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Answers: Most vs. Most of
 

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Most vs. Most of: Quiz 1

There is a simple rule for how to use most and most of. Take this short, simple quiz to see if you can figure out the rule.

1. A ______ Japanese would like to improve their spoken English.
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
2. B ______ the Japanese that I have met would like to improve their spoken English.
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
3. D ______ delicious steak I have ever had was at a churrasco in Rio de Janeiro.
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
4. A ______ delicious steaks are delicious because they come from a good cut of beef.
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
5. B ______ the steaks that I have had in restaurants have been overcooked.
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
6. B Sometimes it seems like ______ the people in San Francisco are from other countries or states.
  1. most
  2. most of
  3. the most of
  4. the most
7. A Sometimes it seems like ______ people in San Francisco are from other countries or states.
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
8. D Sometimes it seems like ______ liberal people in San Francisco are from other countries or states .
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
9. A ______ Americans have never tried some of the more unusual Japanese foods, like uni or mirugai.
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
10. B ______ the Americans that I have met in San Francisco have never tried some of the more unusual Japanese foods, like uni or mirugai.
  1. Most
  2. Most of
  3. The most of
  4. The most
11. D Even ______ open-minded Americans that I have met in San Francisco have never tried some of the more unusual Japanese foods, like uni or mirugai.
  1. most
  2. most of
  3. the most of
  4. the most
 
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