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How to ask this question in proper grammatical manner, though I can simply ask what is the area of someplace.

But I want ask in such way, because it will imply the meaning I want.

How long the area or place or a park is spreaded in or how much space did this park consume while it was made.

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Liton DasHow long the area or place or a park is spreaded in or how much space did this park consume while it was made.

Generally, you can ask "How big is the park?". The answer might be an area, or it might be dimensions (e.g. one mile by half a mile), depending on how the other person chooses to answer. If you specifically want the area, ask "What is the area of the park?", as you said.

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Can't I ask in this way?

How much sq km is this area spreaded in?

Liton DasHow much sq km is this area spreaded in?

No. Grammatically "much" should be "many", and "spreaded" should be "spread", but the result is not natural English.

Ok I'll stick to what you said. Thank you so much.
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