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Yeot is a traditional Korean sweet like taffy. It is made from sweet potatoes and grains. Because it is sticky, Koreans like to give it as a present to students. They hope students to pass their exams. As yeot is sticky, when you put it on the wall, it will stick to the wall for some time. Studdents are expected to belong to the universities they want as the sticky yeot on the wall.

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    Yeot is a traditional Korean sweet, similar to taffy. It is made from sweet potatoes and grains. Because it is sticky, Koreans like to give it as a present to students. They hope students will pass their exams. Because yeot is sticky, it will stick to a surface, such as a wall for some time. Students are expected to belong to the universities they want as the sticky yeot on the wall. <~~This last sentence doesn't make sense. Would you rephrase?

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    Thank you.

    People expect students to be students of the universities they want like the sticky yeot on the wall. The sticky yeot would be regarded as a member of the wall for the time being.

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    OK, here's a suggestion for that last sentence:

    Students are expected to remain at their universities as long as the yeot is on the wall.

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