1. How much gas do you need?
(What does gase mean? Just gas or gasoline?)
2. I ate a piece of watermelon.
3. I ate two pieces of watermelon.
4. I ate a piece of watermelons.
5. I ate two pieces of watermelons.
(Which ones are correct?)
English - Writeacher, Saturday, July 18, 2009 at 7:44am
The word "gas" is usually short for "gasoline" -- especially when referring to cars. The word "gas" can also be referring to natural gas, a different fuel that is used mostly for cooking and heating.
2 and 3 are correct; 4 and 5 are incorrect.
English - Anonymous, Friday, January 18, 2013 at 7:01pm
They all are correct gasoline is a short word for gas so all the of the answers are correct