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    peter123 is offline Senior Member
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    Hi there,

    Is it correct to say like these?

    1. How much do you weigh?
    2. What is your weight?
    3. You should be careful about how much you eat.
    4. You should be careful about how much you weigh.
    5. You should be careful about what you weigh.

    Tks
    pete

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    All are correct in their own way, but to be used only in the right context - say in a doctor's surgery by the nurse or doctor.

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