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That movie is particular/particularly favorite of mine.

Which is correct?

Thanks
LiJ
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You need to learn to find the answer to such questions by yourself.
Make the Google engine
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search over the New York Times site by with:
site:nytimes.com "particular favorite of"
site:nytimes.com "particularly favorite of"
Yes, I should've done it myself first

I got it. I thought the word order was adverb + adjective first, but these are an adjective and a noun phraze, I suppose.

By the way, 'favorite' is countable, so;

These are particular favorites of mine.

Is this correct?
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Yes, this is correct.
Yes, exactly. Favorite is the countable noun.

It's a particular favorite; they are particular favorites.
Got it! Thanks, GG.
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Thank you so much, Marius.