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1. How heavy is he?
- He is 70 kg.

2. How much does he weigh?
- He is 70kg.

(Which one is right? Are both right? Which one is commonly used?)

  • English -

    1. is correct but look at the question #2. I'd answer: "He weights 70kg. "


  • English -

    He weighs 70 kg. (not weights)

  • English -

    Thank you.

    1. He weighs by 70kg.(What about this one? Is 'weighs' a transitive verb or an intransitive verv?)

  • English -

    That sentence is incorrect. "Weighs" is a transitive verb.

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