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    a method of measuring/of measurement

    Hi!

    They chose this method of measuring. Is it correct?Or
    They chose this method of measurement?

    I guess the second one is correct. But what about the first one. Is it possible to say so?

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    Re: a method of measuring/of measurement

    The first would be right if it said what the method was measuring.
    "They chose this method of measuring the accuracy of the result."

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    Re: a method of measuring/of measurement

    Thanks a lot! Now it's clear to me!))

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