Most or most of

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englishgeek

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The correct answer is A.

Most is used to refer to an unspecific number of things in a group.

Most of is used to refer to a specific number of things in a group.

Most of the students in class, can speak a little bit of English.
 

writeedge

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We use most with nouns to mean 'the majority of': ... When we are talking about the majority of something in general, we use most + noun. When we are talking about the majority of a specific set of something, we use most of the + noun.