In Japanese ‘(A) の
一番（いちばん） (C)’, is a regular expression that is used for showing that something is ‘the most (C)’, usually an adjective. This structure can be used with almost any adjective, whether it is positive or negative. Each part of this grammar point represents the following:
(A) - A group.
(B) - A single thing/person within that group.
(C) - An adjective, or general description of that thing/person.
Out of all foods, I like sushi best. (Sushi is the number 1 liked food)
Out of all classes, I don’t like science the most. (Science is the number 1 hated class)
This expression is also frequently used with demonstratives such as この
Out of all of this, which one do you like best?
Out of those, the cookie is the most delicious.
The construction ‘(A) の中（なか）で
’ is regularly translated by itself as ‘among (A)
’, and may be used in many different expressions. This will be covered in a separate grammar point