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    aysaa is offline Senior Member
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    at the age of

    Hello

    At the age of.

    -Hmm, I don't know. It depends on the age of which she is at.

    I have tried to built a relative clause sentence with 'at the age of', but I don't know if it is exactly grammatically OK, or not. Could you please check it if it is OK.

    Thanks.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Re: at the age of

    It depends on how old she is.

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    Re: at the age of

    If you have to use 'at the age of', try these:

    'I first went to school at the age of four.'

    'I got my bus pass at the age of 65.'

    Rover

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