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Can I use "the most possible" as in "Give the most possible attention to you"? Or should I use "as much attention as possible". The second sentence sounds more natural to me, but in my research about the subject I have seen sentences like "Everything about Hollywood is about how to get the most possible people to come." or "It's purely about how we can make the most possible money off of them."

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7 respostas
Redseahorse 3 28 413
Well, after a quick semantic approach to these phrases. Guessingly, I'd say that there's a slight difference between the two applications.
Taking into account the use of the word MUCH as an adjective, it'd be left that the word MOST would be its superlative form; hence there'd be in these sentences a minute misinterpretation or at least a narrow inconsistency.

I might be wrong!
Redseahorse 3 28 413
It's been a while since I've replied to Ruth's inquiry; nevertheless, it still puzzles me a bit to this day.
Dear friends, any further suggestions will be appreciated!
Leonardo96 18 290
The way I see it the use of "possible" in this sentence is not really necessary and can be thought of as just an emphasizer of sorts. You could easily say "give the most attention to yourself" which can be understood as you putting yourself first and foremost, as opposed to living for other people and prioritizing them. As for the other sentence with the "as much" structure the use of possible would be much more common and naturally applicable. "Give as much attention to yourself as possible". There can also be a slight difference of context, in this case it might not necessarily refer to comparison in regards to devoting time and attention to you vs to other people but just a sentence that indicates that you should take care of yourself and look after your own life as much as you can. The priority and comparison factor can be thrown out.
PPAULO 6 48 1.2k
Can I use "the most possible" as in "Give the most possible attention to you"? Or should I use "as much attention as possible". The second sentence sounds more natural to me,
I think Ruth got puzzled because in academic writings we use impersonal 'impersonal' language, that's why I boldened that part (not because it's correct).
So, in 'academicalese' we would find sentences like :
The aim (of the OR of this work/study, etc) is to attract as much attention as possible to (instead of "your aim" is...)

But, let's forget the academic language and then "you" enters, in a more colloquial communication:
Attract as much attention as you can.
PPAULO 6 48 1.2k
Everything about Hollywood is about how to get the most possible people to come."
To this chunk of text, I think that a more natural way to express it would be "to draw the largest amount of viewers is what's Hollywood is about."
In times in which the audience had to get to the (movie/cinema) theaters to watch a film "to draw in the largest amount of viewers is what's Hollywood is about.".
Sounds more natural English to me.
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Redseahorse 3 28 413
Tks fellas!
PPAULO 6 48 1.2k
It's a pleasure to help out a fellow learner, Red. And I have learned a lot from your questions and answers as well. See ya around. ;-)