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What is the difference between ~ "Almost all Japanese have black eyes and hair" and "Almost Japanese have black eyes and hair".
If possible, please recommend me which is the best sentence above, which is not correct. Thanks!
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Sometimes there is confusion between the words most and almost. Most if you mean to say nearly all or a majority of a group. Almost means very nearly but not quite all.

Don't say: Almost Japanese...
Do say: Most Japanese...
Or do say: Almost all Japanese...
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Simone Pettersson es | en, pt
i think it correct. What do you think?
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