What is the difference of ALMOST, MOST and MOSTLY?
almost = nearly is an adverb "I was almost awake when he came in°
most forms the superlative; means very and in some cases is almost: "most everyone agrees"
mostly: adverb means largely or generally
To use the modal verb 'must' when you talk about the past.
When do you use mich vs mir? Also why is it "Mir ist kalt" instead of "Ich bin kalt"?
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