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Study the word list: Measurement

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area These are common features of a rural area. *
cubic Volume is usually measured in cubic centimeters.
metric The metric system of measurement has overtaken the imperial system.
centimeter American English spelling The measurement was one centimeter out.
foot The football player kicked with his right foot.
inch My computer display measures 19 inches.
kilometer American English spelling The shop was about a kilometer down the road.
meter American English spelling The man came to read the gas meter.
mile The sun is 93 million miles away.
millimeter American English spelling There are ten millimeters in a centimeter.
measure Degree is the unit used to measure angle. *
yard Leave your bike in the yard.
gallon A gallon is an imperial measure of volume.
liter American English spelling This flask holds one liter of juice.
quantity A large quantity of fruit was found in the truck.
gram American English spelling A gram is a metric unit of mass.

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