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    but rice vs except the rice

    "All the cereal grains but rice grow on the prairies and plains of the USA".

    Could I use " ....except the rice grow....." in this sentence?
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    Re: but rice vs except the rice

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "All the cerial ​ cereal grains but rice grow on the praries prairies and plains of the USA".

    Could I use " ....except the rice grow....." in this sentence?
    You could use "except rice", but not "except the rice".

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