Exercise 2 - Examples
We can measure something exactly if it has already happened, but we can only
or guess about things that will happen in the future.
For example, we can measure the exact amount of rain that fell yesterday, but we must
how much will fall tomorrow.
Here are more examples which illustrate the meaning of
Sort the items below into two categories:
things that we can
things that we can count exactly.
Drag and drop your answers into the table.
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