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Nothing is as much important as our health.
Nothing is as important as our health.
Nohting is so important as our health.

Which of the above sounds right and good to you? Thanks.

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Here, you are comparing. I think that the first one is the most correct.
Thanks, Jain.

I'm sorry to say that the first one is considered to be wrong; the correct one is the last one. I made up the second one because I think it's also correct.

But would you like to clear up as for why the first is correct?
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I chose the first sentence because it sounded good to my ears.

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If I were you, I would choose the second one myself.
The first is incorrect.

The other two are ok, but number 2 is the most natural construction.
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Nona The BritThe first is incorrect.

The other two are ok, but number 2 is the most natural construction.

Thanks, Nona.

But could you spare me a few words as for why the first one is incorrect? Thank you in advance.
Hi Angliholic

The word 'much' would usually modify/refer to a noun:

Nothing is of as much importance as our health.

In addition, you will sometimes see 'much' used this way, for example:
We were much relieved when we heard the news.

Thanks, Yankee, for the unique reply.
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