What does the 80 year old level means? thanks

englishforever5200 gb United Kingdom

What does the 80 year old level means? thanks

August 11 at 13:33
  • khardy us United States

    The level of someone who is 80 years old;

    "<some number> year old" is used as a noun to refer to someone of that age. I think it normally has a hyphen joining the number and "year":

    He is a sixteen-year old. (He is sixteen years old.)

    All the 5-year olds are playing together.

    And in English, of course, when two nouns are used together in the same part of the sentence, the first usually is used as an adjective:

    I like birthday parties.

    So in the same manner:

    the "80-year old" "level"

    August 12 at 18:57