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People in their forties watch TV the least.

Who watchs TV the least?
People in their forties do.

People in their fifties watch TV most.

Who watches TV the most?
People in thier fifties. They watch it 203 minutes a day.

Which group watches TV most?
Peole in thier fifties do

Which group watches TV the least?
People in their forties.

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I have written down several expressions related to watching TV. Do we have to use the definite article or not? Would you let me know the expressions which we can use or not? If you have some more expressions, would you let me know them?

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    People in their forties watch TV the least.
    right

    Who watchs TV the least? spelling ~~> watches
    People in their forties do. right

    People in their fifties watch TV most. right

    Who watches TV the most?
    People in thier fifties. They watch it 203 minutes a day. spelling ~~> their

    Which group watches TV most? right
    Peole in thier fifties do 2 spelling problems; needs period at the end.

    Which group watches TV the least? right
    People in their forties do.

    The word "the" can be used or not, depending on how emphatic you want to be. Either way works fine.

    =)

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    Thank you, Writeacher.

    Who watch TV the least?
    People in their forties do.

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    What about watch, the plural verb instead of watches, the singular verb?

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    No, you'd use the singular verb there since you don't know yet whether the answer will be singular or plural.

    Who watches TV the least? (singular verb)
    People in their forties do. (plural verb)

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