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IELTS Grammar: most or most of?

Should you write "most people", "most of people" or "most of the people"?

Answer:

  1. Dont write "most of people".
  2. "Most of the people" is correct when you are talking about a specific group of people e.g. most of the people in my department.
  3. For IELTS writing and speaking "most people" is the best phrase.

Here are some examples for IELTS Writing:

  • English is taught in most countries. (most of countries)
  • Most people agree that the ability to speak English is a useful skill.
  • Most products are made in factories rather than by hand.
  • Crime is on the increase in most major cities.


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