Basic English Grammar – MOST, ALMOST, or ALMOST ALL?


Most, almost, or almost all? In this English lesson for beginners, we examine a common mistake students make. Do ‘almost all’ and ‘most’ mean the same thing? “Almost cats like birds”, “almost all cats like birds”, or “most cats like birds”? What is the difference? Almost all of you will get something from this lesson.

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