Do you say most important or most importantly?
Most works with both adjectives and adverbs. You can say that something is most important, and you can say it most importantly.
The word importantly = adverb The word important = adjective Both adverbs and adjectives are expressed in degrees. Example adverb: positive = importantly comparative = more importantly superlative = most importantly Example adjective: positive = important comparative = more important superlative = most important Example uses: A problem more importantly addressed as soon as possible. (adverb, modifies the verb 'addressed') You must decide which is the more important problem. (adjective, describes the noun 'problem')
It is important to be healthy because you can have a long happier life! You, kids are the future of the world. Staying healthy is the most important thing than anything else, because if you are healthy, you get to be skinnier, healthier, have a lovely skin, and you look younger! The most important thing of human being is of what is happening in your body and most importantly your stomach.
The constitution is the most important document ever created in American History. It is such a valuable document because its the foundation of our country. The constitution outlines all of our rights as citizens. The constitution allows us to be protected by its amendments from each other and most importantly from the government.
I would not say it was the most important event of World War 2 but I would say it was the most important impetus for motivating Emperor Hirohito to finally surrender to the Allied Forces. Truthfully, the most important events were the surrendering of the axis forces worldwide....that was what the war was about if you think about it.