Most/some/all Of + Plural Noun Without The

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Most/Some/All Of + Plural Noun Without The


When using the phrases most of, some of, and all of, put the definite article the before the plural noun which is being modified by the phrase.


  • I want to clean all of rooms in the house before the guests arrive.
    • The phrase all of should be followed by the article the.
    • I want to clean all of the rooms in the house before the guests arrive.

  • Most of people are careful of their health in the winter.
    • Most of the people are careful of their health in the winter.

  • Some of vegetables are fresh, but some are frozen.
    • Some of the vegetables are fresh, but some are frozen.
 
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