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I'd like to talk about yeot, a Korean traditional sweet. People like to give yeot to students who are going to take an entrance examination. They want the students enter the universities that they want. When you eat yeot,your will find that it is sticky. So eating yeo can be campared with entering the university by passing the entrance examination. The students can be members of the universities and cannot be separated from the universities like a sticky yeot in the mouth.

(Would you check my passage about yeot? This is a little different one from the previouse one. Thank you.)

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    The following sentences have been revised. Check out the [brackets].

    "I'd like to talk about yeot, a Korean traditional sweet. People like to give yeot to students who are going to take an entrance examination. They want the students [to] enter the universities that they want. When you eat yeot, [you] will find that it is sticky. So eating yeo[t] can be campared with entering the university by passing the entrance examination. The students can be members of the universities and cannot be separated from the universities like a sticky yeot in the mouth."

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    The only other correction I see that needs to be made is the spelling of "compared."

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