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1. The animal eats one kilogram of plant every day.

1-1. The animal eats one kilogram of plants every day.

2. The animal eats one kind of plant every day.

3. The animal eats many kinds of plant every day.

4. The animal eats many kinds of plants every day.

5. The animal eats a liter of plant every day.

(Are they all grammatical? Do we have to use the singular form 'plant' or the plural form 'plants' in the sentences?)

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