Almost Perfect

Today’s tip:  “almost” needs to modify a quantity.

  • Almost all students are happy. <- good English
  • Almost students are happy. <-bad English

“Most” modifies a plural or non-count noun

  • Most students are happy. Most cheese is delicious. <- good English
  • Most car is expensive. <- bad English

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