Almost all people (not almost people) like pizza!

Michael Grammar 2 Comments

Do you like pizza? I certainly do! I especially like the pizza at Lombardi’s, the most famous and excellent pizza place in New York. I would guess that almost all people on the planet earth like pizza. And that, my friends, is the point of this lesson. A very common mistake I hear is this:

X  Almost people like pizza  X

Please be careful, ok… We don’t say almost people. The correct phrase is:

Almost all people like pizza  – OR  –  Most people like pizza. ← Both are ok and mean the same thing.

How about in your country? What food do almost all people there like to eat?
If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!

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  1. I like pizza too. I think almost all Japanese like pizza even if older person because Japanese use traditional foods. Can you believe We use Tofu, sea weed, Fish etc. I called it “Funny Pizza!”

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      Yes, I can belive it because I lived in Japan for 4 years. The most surprising was pizza with tuna, corn, and mayo on top. For an Italian American, that was just too diffferent to be called “pizza.”

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