Susie had 6 rocks each rock is 3 centimeters long If she lined them up how long would the line be?
3 centimeters times 6 are 18 centimeters.
A centimeter ruler is usually 30 centimeters long how many rulers of these lined up end to end would equal 6 meters?
It depends on whether you are using it as a subject or object. "Susie and I" is correct when used as a subject: Susie and I plan to be there. "Susie and me" is correct when used as an object: The Harrisons invited Susie and me to join them last weekend. Using only "Susie and I" regardless of the role it plays in the sentence is a common error. If you are unsure which form…
This asks, "What do your parents call themselves" or "What are your parent's names" so you would say "They are named Bob and Susie" or whatever their names are. In Spanish this would be: "Se llaman Bob y Susie" or "Mis padres se llaman Bob y Susie." The subject tends to be optional in Spanish, especially when the listener already knows who you are talking about.
i would say that he is around the size of a kitchen sponge. maybe 5 inches tall or 20 centimeters tall. that would mean patrick would be roughly a centimeter taller than him. squidward would be around 24 centimeters tall and mister krabbs would be around 22 centimeters tall. sandy would be 21 centimeters.