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Hi from Istanbul,

I have never seen this type of grammar before.

"Benjamin is the better looking ( of the two). ??????

here is my question:

"I thought it was most interesting ." Is this sentence correct?

second question:

what is the difference?

There were a lot of people in the concert.---There were many people in the concert.

Thanks in advance.
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... AT the concert

http://query.nytimes.com/search/query?query=%22people+at+the+concert%22+&srchst=nyt

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A New Rock Festival Opens, In New York and on Line

... be that many people at the concert, but in Tokyo, ...

July 17, 1995 - By NEIL STRAUSS (NYT)
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Writing as someone who has three concerts this weekend, with a 12-person orchestra and a choir of about 85, there are a lot of people IN these concerts. Hopefully, there will be many people AT the concert in the audience as well.

In the concert and At the concert are both acceptable - they just mean different things.
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"Benjamin is the better looking ( of the two).

Yes, it is fine.

It means, as regards him and someone else, in terms of appearance, Benjamin is the better.

"I thought it was most interesting ." correct most = very

There were a lot of people in the concert. = There were many people in the concert
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