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Are you confused between the two question words ‘How long’ & ‘How far’, which to use when? Don’t worry in this English lesson ESL teacher Rachna brings out the difference between two questions ‘how far’ and ‘how long’. Sit back and watch the ESL lesson to solve your confusion and don’t forget to take a test at the end of the video to test how much you have learned from this English lesson.
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How far: is used to ask about the distance of one place from the other.
Example: How far is your office from your home?
My office is 5 kms away from my home.
Example: How far is the cinema?
It is a mile away from here.
Example: How far will you drive to reach the station?
About 35 kms
‘How far’ is also used to ask about the extent one is ready to till for something
Example: How far will John go to convince Maria to marry him?
Example: How far would you go to keep your parents happy?
How long: is used to know the amount of time something takes
Example: How long have you been waiting?
I have been waiting for 15 minutes
Example: How long is the movie?
It is for 2 hours
Example: How long will it take to reach the station?
It will take 45 minutes to reach.
Example; How long is John going to wait for Maria’s answer?
He is going to wait for 2 weeks.
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