English grammar rule All most some of noun

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The phrases all of, most of, none of, and some of don’t stand alone. Instead, add the between this phrase and the noun. You also sometimes make the sentence grammatical by removing of instead.


Examples of 'All most some of noun' rule
  1. Incorrect Some of diners complained about the meal.
    Correct Some of the diners complained about the meal.
    Correct Some diners complained about the meal.
    Incorrect Most of resorts are overpriced.
    Correct Most of the resorts are overpriced.
    Correct Most resorts are overpriced.
    Incorrect All of students failed.
    Correct All of the students failed.
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