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Please check the sentences.

1. I have two cousins: one is tall, and the other is short.

2. I play forward in soccer.

3. He doesn't like baths.

4. I walk for thirteen hours a day.

5. It applies both in teaching and (in???) learning.

6. I eat rice, rice cake and rice soup.

7. High school is different from middle school.

8. My question is (that??) how can you rephrase this question?

9. This will prevent their ever going to heaven.

10. The issue is managing the financials.

11. It is rainy/snowy outside. (Why not just, "It is raining/snowing outside."?)

12. This is a group he helped found (why not, find??)

13. Feel free to email the above address.

14. I am old school.

15. What you said reflects my view on the subject perfectly.

16. This deals with the types of input. (Why not just, "type of input'?)
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1. I have two cousins: one is tall, and the other is short. I'd drop the comma after tall.

2. I play forward in soccer. ok

3. He doesn't like baths. ok

4. I walk for thirteen hours a day. ok

5. It applies both in teaching and (in???) learning. ok if you keep the second in.

6. I eat rice, rice cake and rice soup. ok

7. High school is different from middle school.

8. My question is (that??) how can you rephrase this question? How can I rephrase this question?

9. This will prevent their ever going to heaven. ok

10. The issue is managing the financials. ok but 'financials' is rather jargonistic

11. It is rainy/snowy outside. (Why not just, "It is raining/snowing outside."?) either could be used.

12. This is a group he helped found (why not, find??) A different meaning altogether. Found - to form something, often a group or a company. The founders are the people who found a group. Lots of people might find the group after that!

13. Feel free to email the above address. ok

14. I am old school. ok

15. What you said reflects my view on the subject perfectly. ok

16. This deals with the types of input. (Why not just, "type of input'). This shows that there are several different types of input.
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Thank you very much. I have one question if you are kind to answer them still.

Why is there no need to put any articles for the words 'rice cake' and 'rice soup' or make them plural?

I eat rice, rice cakes and rice soups.