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I had a time to go over powerscore lesson books. Anywho, not all or not always can be expressed some are not which is stated in lesson books. However, lesson books didn't really make clear of and I am not so sure of relstionship of most aren't aka: probably not with some are not. (I might have missed relevant part) In my brain, most aren't can be technically same as some aren't considering some aren't meaning at least of one of the set isn't .
Also, I am making sure of this adjectives: which category, equivalent of mostly (more than half of times, 51-100) or sometimes (1-100) that
Frequently and Regularly belongs to the category of sometimes (1-100) not mostly (51-100). It feels like it should belong to mostly category , but in real life wise and lsat complications wise , Frequently and Regularly , belong to sometime category. Correct?
Also, even though phrase, All the time, logic-technically belongs to always (100 percent) category considering how it is used in everyday english, shouldn't it be category of mostly (51-100%)? Therefore how one should treat it as ?