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Hello

1. Does this make sense?

He contacts his mobile device by the hand most out of his body parts. (contact to mean "touch")

2. Or should it be chaned to

He has contact his mobile device by the hand most out of his body parts.

3. both "by" and "with" ok to use?

4. In the above, can I say "a hand" because we contact the device with only one hand?

But is "the hand" better because we can use either side of two hand? (but we still use only one hand at one time)

Million Thanks to you all
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Your sentences are very strange! Do you mean "He touches the mobile device with his hand more than with his ear or his knee?" "His hat has more contact with his head than with his elbow?" What is the point of these sentences? Can you give us any context for needing to state what seems quite obvious?
Also, as someone already told you in the "hat/head" thread, the phrase "body parts" is not natural here. "Bodily parts" is not better. Use "part of the body" if you really must make these assertions. "His sock touches his foot more than any other part of his body."
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1. Does this make sense?

He contacts his mobile device by the hand most out of his body parts. (contact to mean "touch")

2. Or should it be chaned to

He has contacted his mobile device by the hand most out of his body parts.


You have to find another way to express your sentences. I have no idea what you want to say!Emotion: sad
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Ok. thanks for letting me know.

I'll do it step by step.

"The area that his mobile device has most contact with is the hand out of his bodily parts."

I am trying to rephrase the above in the following three ways.

1. He contacts his mobile device most by the hand out of his bodily parts.

or

2. He has most contact with his mobile device by the hand.

or

3. The mobile device has most contact with the hand out of his bodily parts

I wonder if 1 means anything.

and which out of 1,2,3 is good or needs correction?

thanks a lot
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Thanks for clarifying bodily parts.

Yes, I meant "touch" by contact.

So none of the following is natural English?

0. "The area that his mobile device has most contact with is the hand out of his bodily parts."

1. He contacts his mobile device most by the hand out of his bodily parts.

2. He has most contact with his mobile device by the hand.

3. The mobile device has most contact with the hand out of his bodily parts
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Right. None of these sentences sound natural. I can't even think of a nautral-sounding way to say what you want to say.
Briefly:

None of your above sentences are understandable, let alone natural.

A touch is a gentle, momentary contact; but it's understood without being pleonastic.

i.e. a touch screen on the newer cell phone. Please review my past post explanation on "contacts".

A light switch is a solid contact device which you have to flip up or down to turn on or off the light.

So the way you used "contact" is quite strange and hard for the helper to visualize what you meant because no native would say it like that. As I advised you before, don't try to create odd scenario when you try to build your overall English skills because it can cause you to chase your own tail.