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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!
 •  Asked 4 years ago  •  by

4  Answers

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...
Answered 4 years ago  •  by
Simone Pettersson es | en, pt
The right sentence is: Almost all Japanese hava black eyes and hair
Or you can say: Most Japanese....
Answered 1 year ago  •  by
Kim Liên vi | ban, zh, mus, cs, en, fr, ko, th11613
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i think it correct. What do you think?
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