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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30431: Vocabulary : Our life
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    Vocabulary : Our life

     Hello !


    Stages of Life



    Is it a he or a she ? or?



    A baby / a newborn

    To expect a baby

    A toddler

    To breastfeed a baby


    To be born


    To give a baby his /her bottle

    A nappy (GB) a diaper (US)

    To crawl

    A lullaby

    To rock

    Baby born out of wedlock

    To christen / a christening


    To have an abortion




    Childhood and Youth 

    Be a good boy / girl !              


    A youth /a youngster

    To grow up

    A kid (US)

    To rebel

    A teenager / to be a teenager

    To educate

    Well mannered / bad mannered

    To bring up children

    Juvenile delinquency

    To come of age




     Just married !


    An adult / a grown-up

    To experience


    To settle down

    She doesn't look her age

    To cope with

    She's in her late twenties

    To mature / mature

    A husband / a wife

    To get married / a wedding

    The bride / the bridegroom

    To cohabit

    A wedding anniversary

    To divorce somebody



    Old age

    You are as old as you feel !



    The old / the elderly

    To grow old / to get old

    Senior citizens

    To retire

    Old people's home

    To turn white

    Life expectancy

    To dote


    To die

    A funeral

    To be in mourning

    A widow / a widower

    To bury

    A centenarian

    To be at death's door

    A will

    To inherit

    Choose the correct answer.

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    1. Thanks to the fantastic progress of medical science, keeps increasing.

    2. Mrs Jones is a , her husband died two years ago.

    3. This young couple has had to financial difficulties, but everything is OK now.

    4. Paul offered Kate a diamond for their 25th .

    5. In his , my grandfather has bequeathed his boat to a distant relative.

    6. Not so long ago, parents having children were a disgrace. Fortunately, they no longer are now!

    7. John is going bald, turning white and a little, but is still very fit !

    8. I know she doesn't look her age, but she is in !

    9. Shakespeare in 1616.

    10. According to psychiatrists, rebellion is a necessary stage in the development of a .

    11. When a man and a woman are in love, they may wish to .

    12. Jane is a very tiny baby, so the doctors advised her mother to her.

    13. When were you born? I ... many years ago!!!

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