'I'm six foot one' means 'My height is six feet one inch'.
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Student or Learner
I'm not sure how I should describe my height.
Is it OK to say:
1. I'm six one feet tall
2. I'm six one feet
3. I'm six and one feet tall
4. I'm six and one feet
Honestly, I have no idea whether it's a natural way to say it.
Thanks in advance.
Please, correct all my mistakes. I should know English perfectly and if you show me my mistakes I will achieve my dream a little bit faster. A lot of thanks.
Not a teacher nor a native speaker.
BT, note that singular. It looks wrong, but saying 'six feet one' will mark you out as a foreigner! (Not that that's a bad thing; it might just be something you want to avoid!)
I am not a teacher.
Note also that if you want to express it in numerals, as you have in the thread title, it would be 6'1". (' for feet and " for inches).
Unless, of course, you mean six point one feet, which would be six feet and one point two inches.