+0

Would you tell me which do you usually use for a distance?

1. a quarter mile

2. a thousand feet

Both are not the same, but I want you to tell me the likeliness to use.

+0

If you're saying how far you have to walk or drive, you'll probably say"a quarter mile".

If you're measuring the length or height of something like a street or a building, you'll probably say "a thousand feet".

CJ

Comments  
Excuse me, not likeliness but tendency.
Site Hint: Check out our list of pronunciation videos.
 CalifJim's reply was promoted to an answer.
Thank you very much, CJ! It is so nice answer for me.