Most of vs Most Exercise

What’s the difference between MOST OF and MOST?

Use MOST OF THE to talk about a specific group.  Example sentence: Most of the children in my class are French.

USE MOST to make a generalisation or to talk about the majority.  Example sentence: Most children like ice-cream.

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Most of vs Most Exercise

Multiple-choice exercise to practise the difference between MOST OF and MOST

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______ dogs aren't dangerous.

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I go for a run after work _____.

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I didn't like ______ food at the party.

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______ I go to bed at 9p.m.

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I haven't read ______ before. Can I borrow some?

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The children fight sometimes but play together _____ .

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_____ people want to have a lot of money.

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He works most days. What does this sentence mean?

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_____ students in my English class speak Spanish.

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He works most of the day. What does this sentence mean?

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How many of these films have you watched? _____.

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______ don't drink and drive.

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I think that eating meat is wrong but _____ people think it's okay.

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