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1. A door is usually over 2 metres .

2. Basically, a bar of soap is .

3. We've invited quite a lot of people, hopefully our table is 5 metres .

4. This well is about 150 metres .

5. A planet is .

6. A CD is .

7. A stop sign is .

8. A sheet of paper is usually .

9. Cell-phones are usually about 4 cm .

10. A floppy disk is .

11. A pencil is about 15 cm .

12. A pipe is .

13. A post card is about 10 cm .

14. A loud speaker is .

15. A plate is usually .

16. You can't put many dishes in that cupboard, it's only 20 cm .

17. Envelopes are normally .

18. A wheel is .

19. A tennis ball is .

20. A tree trunk is .

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