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"Which do you use more often, bus or train?"
"Which do you use the most often, bus or train?"
In practice, the second is commonly used in the first sense, and most people neither notice nor care. Even so, if you are comparing only the two named things then I recommend the first version as superior.
Which do you use most often?
KooyeenAnd I guess the article can be left out, right?Yes. The article certainly can be left out.
Compare the following:
1) If you go on to the national lottery website, it will tell you the most frequently drawn numbers. 2) What lottery numbers come up most often?, Notice "the" is missing in the latter sentence.
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