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Are both these sentence correct, and do they mean the same:


a) ""I think Granny is the most happy living here."


b) "I think Granny is the happiest living here."

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Christine Christie

By this, I mean that her state of mind is the most positive when she's there.

Then use "b" but take out "the".

Christine Christieb) "I think Granny is the happiest living here."
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Christine ChristieAre both these sentences correct, and do they mean the same?

No, they are not correct. What do you mean by "the happiest"?

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By this, I mean that her state of mind is the most positive when she's there.

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