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1. He behaved most carefully.
2. He behaved the most carefully.
3. He behaved very carefully.

(Are they all grammatical? Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Thank you.)

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    All are grammatically correct, but #3 is the best of all. #1 is OK. If you use #2, you need to complete the comparison: "... the most carefully of all the students." (example)

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