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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127542: Stages of life
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    English exercise "Stages of life" created by valdyeuse with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from valdyeuse]
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    1. My parents are both 33; they are in their .

    2. My grandfather is . He stopped working when he was 62.

    3. Christie's elder sister is in her . I think she is 25 or 26.

    4. My mum had a recently. It is only three weeks old.

    5. Somebody between 13 and 19 is called a .

    6. 14 and 15 is a difficult age for boys going through .

    7. Officially, you are an when you reach 18.

    8. My eldest is 8 years old now.

    9. I'll be 40 next year. That means people will call me .

    10. Both my grandparents are in their . My grandad will be 70 next year.










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