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She didn’t mention how old her children were.
‘How old are you?’ ‘I’m 5 years old.’
He’s not old enough to see this film.
Aren’t you too old to play with dolls?
He’s 26 now, which is quite old in this sport.
He’s the oldest boy in his class.
I’m older than my brother.
A lot of old people live alone.
Trees are the oldest living things on the planet.
I hope I’ll still be able to play golf when I get old.
There’s an old belief that animals can predict earthquakes.
Her sewing machine’s really old – it was her mother’s.
Why do you keep all these old newspapers?
That old car of theirs is getting so unreliable.
It was nice to get back into my old routine.
‘Thy’ is an old way of saying ‘your’.
Look at all these old machines!
The old motorway to Glasgow only had two lanes.
a tour of Warsaw’s picturesque Old Town
a poem written in Old English
How is my old buddy Jim?
Dear old Aunty Emily – what would we do without her?
Being the houseguest having to sleep on the couch was getting old very quickly.