[ ɐ hˈʌndɹəd and wˌɒn], [ ɐ hˈʌndɹəd and wˌɒn], [ ɐ h_ˈʌ_n_d_ɹ_ə_d__ a_n_d w_ˌɒ_n]
How to use "A hundred and one" in context?
Fausto is a hundred and one years old.
He has seen a lot of change in his lifetime, from the invention of the telephone to the space race. He has also seen the world go through a number of wars. In spite of all the turmoil, Fausto has remained optimistic and hopeful. He has a strong belief in the goodness of people and that they can overcome any obstacle. "A hundred and one years is a really long life, and there's a lot to see and experience," Fausto says. "I'm happy to have lived so long and been able to witness all of these things.
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