1.age n. 年纪，年龄 v. 变老
for age 很久，很长时间(for a long time)
例句：I haven't seen you for ages, but I hear you are going to study abroad soon.
2.all 全部的，所有的 adv. 完全地，全部地
after all 毕竟，终究，到底，终于
1.A:Mary won't be coming to work tomorrow. She's finally going to the photography exhibit.
B:Oh, so she managed to get tickets after all.
2.A:I talked to Philip today and he said he'd be coming to the party.
B:Oh, so he can come after all.
3.A:I've just seen the X-rays and your teeth look just fine.
B:I see. Then there is nothing to worry about after all.
3.decline v. 1．拒绝（接受某物）；谢绝2．下降3．衰落4．倾斜；垂头 n. 1．下降，下倾，下垂2．衰落3．斜面，倾斜4．消耗病（如肺病）
for the decline 数目减少
例句：The major reason for the decline of Asian elephants is the harm to their forests.
die out 消失；灭绝(disappear; become extinct)
例句：1.Some languages are dying out because the groups who speak them are declining or because the speakers have adopted another．