Not most people like him.
Not most of them are good looking.
As far as I know, before the words like "many", "a lot", "some" and "every", we can use the word "not" for not causing any ambiguity depending on what we want to mean. I think we can use it before "most" too. Am I right? Are these two sentences above correct?
Can I also say these:
Not most of the time I play video games.
I play video games not most of the time.
I think the sentences in question 1 are correct but I feel like these two here are wrong. I think I have to say "I don't play video games most of the time" even if I play video games quite often (quite often but not most of the time), am I right?
EDIT: In the first question, I mean "Not most people do like him". What In t I mean by saying it is not "Most people do not like him.". I mean, there can be many people who like him, but not most people like him. For example, 50% of people might like him and that's a lot, but that's not most people. If I say "Most people don't like him" for describing this situation, it is wrong because %50 doesn't count as most people. But, John Lawler said that it was wrong to say "Not most people...". So, I don't know what to do