Extensive properties depend on the amount of substance. The volume of a sample is an extensive property: 1000 grams of water takes up more volume than 10 grams of water. Mass is also an extensive property.

Below is a list of extensive properties:

In the example picture below, the balance scale measures the mass of the beaker and liquid, while the beaker measures the volume of the liquid it contains.

Liquid in a beaker. The beaker is sitting on a triple beam balance.

Source: Triple Beam Balance, biologycorner, Flickr