Two days ago, Robert was 16 years old. Next year, Robert will be 19 years old. What is today's date and when is* Robert's birthday?
*The question originally wrote it as in, but I think "is" is more grammatically correct...
Thanks a lot!
"Two days ago" or "two years ago"? if "two days ago", then Robert must be 18, if he is going to be 19 next year. if "two years ago", then Robert is 18 now and will be 19 next years.
His birthday appears to be "two days ago", which was March 23 and was born March 23, 2005. Next March 23, 2024, he will be 19 years old.
From my understanding, it is asking what is today's date based on the question, not the current date.
To be honest, the question itself is pretty confusing, so I'll just skip it, thanks for all the help.