aging or ageing

aging or ageing, Language Skills Abroad
10. His behaviour was really . He was walking down the street, muttering and chuckling to himself.
a) weird
b) weired
c) wierd
1. There was no room in the hotel, so they were at the bed-and- breakfast nearby.
a) accommodated
b) accomodated
c) acommodated

Older people are often assumed to be frail or dependent, and a burden to society. Public health, and society as a whole, need to address these and other ageist attitudes, which can lead to discrimination, affect the way policies are developed and the opportunities older people have to experience Healthy Aging.
Behaviours also remain important in older age. Strength training to maintain muscle mass and good nutrition can both help to preserve cognitive function, delay care dependency, and reverse frailty.

aging or ageing, Language Skills Abroad
Both of these words are correct, and they have the same meaning. Nevertheless, it is still important to choose the standard spelling for your dialect. You can use the spelling of aging and ageing to help you remember which version is appropriate for each dialect.
Remembering Aging vs. Ageing

“Don’t (apologize) for calling us Americans. I’m pretty sure we kind of like it.”
“You might be speaking German these days if it weren’t for us.”
Now I’m confused – since when have Russians ‘kind of liked’ being called Americans?
No I did not! I can only wonder why. Thank you for bringing that to my attention.

aging or ageing, Language Skills Abroad
Choosing between these words is as simple as considering the makeup of your audience.
Here is a similar graph charting the two spellings in American English.