When things are changing —whether they be styles (clothing, music cars, etc), technologies (computers, tablets, smartphones), or anything else— those changes can often, but not always, be seen across the generations of population. So, older and younger people tend to have different tastes in music and fashion; they tend to have different levels of interests in social media and other computer-technology-related things. Similarly, when language is changing (and, often, even when it isn’t), older and younger people tend to speak differently. In his quiz, you will hear recordings of speakers from one of three different age groups: older (67-90), adult (40-55), and younger (10-17). Try to guess which age group each of them belongs to.