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    rules of game

    Are these sentences correct:
    1) They just seemed to be kicking the ball around and having fun. There didn't seem to be any game rules.

    2) They just seemed to be kicking the ball around and having fun. There didn't seem to be any rules of game.

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    Re: rules of game

    No. "The game didn't seem to have any rules" or "There didn't seem to be any rules to the/their game" are possible.
    I am not a teacher.

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