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In a superlative sentence, I know we can say "He is one of the most (adjective)".
If there are more than one person I want to mention, is it OK to say "They are ones of the most (adjective)"?
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Mr M is right. Satokos should say something like: They are some of the best football players.

CB
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Yes.
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That sounds odd to me. Could you give us a complete sentence?
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I created two sentences as these:

"Money is one of the most important things in life."
"Love and health are ones of the most important things in life."

In the second case, I should say "some" instead of "ones", is that right?
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Thank you for giving me the answer.
satokos In a superlative sentence, I know we can say "He is one of the most (adjective)".
If there are more than one person I want to mention, is it OK to say "They are ones of the most (adjective)"?
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