📕📘Most, the most, mostly..
✅ Most..

📘We use Most for the quantifier it talks about quantities, amounts and degree.
📕We can use it with a noun (as a determiner) or without a noun (as a pronoun).
📘We can also use it with adjectives and adverbs to form the superlative.
✅Most with a noun..
📕We use most with nouns to 📘mean ‘the majority of’:
✅ She plays tennis most mornings.
📘When we are talking about the majority of a specific set of something, we use most of the + noun.
✅Most desserts are sweet.
📕Desserts in general..
✅The food at the party was delicious.
✅ He’d made most of the desserts himself.
📕📘When we use most before articles (a/an, the), demonstratives (this, that), possessives (my, your) or pronouns (him, them), we need of:
✅Most of the information was useful. Some of it wasn’t relevant.
📕 When there is no article, demonstrative or possessive pronoun, we don’t usually ..

📕📘The most..

📕The most is the superlative form of many, much. We use the most with different classes of words.
📕The most with adjectives and adverbs.
✅We use the most to make the superlative forms of longer adjectives and the majority of adverbs:
✅They’re using the most advanced technology in the world. (+ adjective)
📕We use the most with a noun to mean ‘more/less than all of the others’:
✅Mahsa earns the most money in our family.
📘We can leave out the noun when it is obvious:


📕Mostly is an adverb that means ‘mainly’:
✅I am mostly interested in the history of the house.
📘We don’t use mostly instead of most or the most.
✅ have some cold days, but mostly it is warm.
✅Mostly, she was trustworthy and accurate.