Natalia Piskunova
Most of There is a sentence: I watched most of the film, but not all of it. What does it mean? Why not "I watched most of the filmS"?
Nov 28, 2014 1:01 PM
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I watched most of the film, but not all of it. You are talking about ONE film. You didn't watch all of it. You stopped watching this film before it ended. I watched most of the films. Here you are talking about several films. Maybe you stayed somewhere for the weekend where there were a lot of different films on DVD. You watched a number of these films, but you didn't watch all of them. Maybe there were 10 films and you watched 8 of them.
November 28, 2014
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Natalia Piskunova
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English, French, Russian
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English