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    Is this correct? "All rice is eaten"?

    Hi,

    I write passive sentence using rice (uncountable). I have no sense about the sentence correctness. Can someone please help me? Thank you..

    All rice is eaten

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    Re: Is this correct? "All rice is eaten"?

    With a period/full stop at the end, it is grammatical. But it doesn't say much and I am pretty sure it is not true.

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