The most is the superlative form of many, much. We use the most with different classes of words.
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)
[the Lake District is an area in Britain]
Scafell Pike is the most easily identifiable peak in the Lake District. (+ adverb)
We use the most with a noun to mean ‘more/less than all of the others’:
Ian earns the most money in our family.
We can leave out the noun when it is obvious:
He didn’t tell the best jokes but he told the most. (the most jokes)
We use the most with a verb as an adverb:
They all cried, but Claire cried the most.
Writing, reading and playing with my friends is what I like the most.
I like writing and reading the most.
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