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Could anybody correct these three sentences for me?
(1)There are many susis in this bowl.
(2)There are many kinds of susis in this bowl.
(3)Susis origin from Japan.
(4)There is sour flavour in the rice of susis.
Many Thanks in Advance
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Sorry, the link does not work and I don't know what "susis" are. (Do you perhaps mean "sushi"?)

Thanks,
Can sushi followed by s?
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No, "sushi" does not take an "s". You can say

There are many pieces of sushi in this bowl.

There are many kinds of sushi in this bowl.

Sushi comes from Japan.

Sushi originates in Japan.

Sushi rice has a sour flavour/taste.

I still can't see the picture in your post, and I'm no expert on sushi, but I think it is usually served on a (flat) plate, rather than in a bowl.
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So, it's right to say that
There is much sushi.
I think it's grammartically right, but unnatural.
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Could anybody please help me with it
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So, it's right to say that
There is much sushi.
I think it's grammartically right, but unnatural.
Many thanks in advance
Hi

There is too much sushi on that plate.

There is a lot of sushi on that plate.

Negatve - I didn't eat much sushi yesterday.
Thanks,

is it incorrect?

There is much sushi.
Many thanks in advance
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