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    Question No foods, drinks etc...

    Hi teachers!
    Which sentence is correct?
    1- No foods, drinks, candies and chocolates are allowed in the Lab.
    2- There are no foods, drinks, candies and chocolates allowed in the Lab.

    Also: Can we use plural form of food? Is it a countable noun?
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    Default Re: No foods, drinks etc...

    They're OK, but I would just say 'No food or drink allowed in the lab'.

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