“Growing old is mandatory, but growing up is optional!”
If I could retire...
Let’s practice the 2nd conditional now!
If I could retire tomorrow, I would…
How would you finish this sentence?
- To fuse (5:41) – Two things joining together
- Longevity (7:57) – A long life
- To grow up (8:25) – To become an adult (it doesn’t mean ‘get older’
- To shatter (9:27) – To break like glass
- Cut out to be something (10:05) – To be good enough to be something (eg. I’m not cut out to be a doctor)
- I’m getting on a bit (10:29) – I’m getting older
- Golden age (13:34) – a time or era where one thing was most popular
- The time of my life (15:35) – One of the happiest moments of my life
- To age well (18:56) – To still be suitable for the audience after much time has passed
- You look great for your age – You look much younger than you really are