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    Half as high!?

    Could you please help me make the phrase "half as high" clear?
    I by chance, listened to a short ad and heard "...half as high".
    thank you so much!

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    Re: Half as high!?

    If the fence is two metres high and the house is four metres high, then the fence is half as high as the house.

    not a teacher

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