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1. I ate little food on my lunch plate.
2. I ate a little food on my lunch plate.
3. I ate less food than Bill.
4. Bill ate more food than me.
5. I ate the least food in my class.
6. I ate the least food of all my classmates.
7. I ate the least food of all of us.
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Are they all grammatical? Would you correct some errors?

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  1. They're all fine if you change "me" to "I" in sentence 4. (Do you know why?)

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