Posted by **rfvv** on Monday, August 29, 2011 at 5:02am.

1. Two hundred and fifty-six grains of rice amounts to one spoon of rice.

2. Two hundred and fifty-six grains of rice amounts to one spoonful of rice.

3. Two hundred and fifty-six grains of rice amounts to a spoonful of rice.

4. Two hundred and fifty-six grains of rice amounts to a spoon of rice.

(Are the sentences all grammaticl and the same?)

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