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    #1

    Your age is growing or increasing.

    You were 29 previous year and this year you have turned 30. So your age is "growing" or "increasing" it is not decreasing.

    Please check.

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    #2

    Re: Your age is growing or increasing.

    Neither is natural. We just don't say that.

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    You were 29 previous last year and this year you have turned 30. So your age is "growing" or "increasing" it is not decreasing. You are getting older.
    It's all a bit obvious, isn't it?

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