1. Nonotheouf Member

    Hi everyone,
    I wanted to know if it's correct to say "the character that impressed me most" or " the character that impressed me the most". Or are they both correct ? Thank you .
  2. Avignonais Senior Member

    USA, Anglophone
    Both are correct. You can hear both said. In written English, I only use the second one (i.e., the most). I am not sure why.
  3. wildan1

    wildan1 Moderando ma non troppo (French-English, CC Mod)

    I agree. C'est kif-kif !
  4. sev28 Member

    French, France
    What strikes me "THE most" or "most"?

    Hi everybody
    Everything's in the title!
    I've found both on the internet, and I don't know if they are both correct.
    Thanks for your help! (and goodnight ;)
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 22, 2012
  5. MissIngalls Senior Member

    As far as I know, both are correct. I hear both versions often, and neither has ever bothered me!
  6. geostan

    geostan Senior Member

    English Canada
    Yes, either version is correct.

  7. lapetitebiquette Senior Member

    I'm wondering if I should use "most" or "the most" in the following sentence:

    On Sunday people do what they like most (or "the most): relaxing.

    I would say that "most" without the article THE is correct.
  8. Novanas Senior Member

    English AE/Ireland
    I think either is acceptable. I believe that "the most" is OK, but in practice people quite often omit "the", and I'd probably omit it myself.

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