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Just one more thing.
Which of the following sentences are grammatical?
Thank you very much for your cooperation.


1.I spent most of my holiday at home.
2. I spent the greatest part of my holiday at home.
3. I mainly/mostly stayed at home during my holiday.
4.For the most part, I spent my holiday at home.
5. Could you tell me what the weather will be like tomorrow?

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asked by Frank
  1. All of them look grammatically correct to me.

    For 3, both mainly and mostly work, but mostly is a better word for what you are trying to say.

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