"Les plus âgés font jouer les plus jeunes."
Question: would putting "jouer" after "les plus jeunes" be acceptable? The reason that I am asking is because I read the correct answer as: "The older ones make play (are playing with) the younger ones."
Hmm, I can't say I'm sure, but there's something fishy here... Granted, Google also makes mistakes, but they come up with both versions sounding reasonable...
Les plus ages font jouer les plus jeunes. - Most ages are playing younger. Les plus agees font jouer les plus jeunes. - Most elderly are playing younger.
Both are wrong, I'm afraid. "Most elderly" would rather mean "la plupart des personnes âgées". And "are playing" means "jouent" or "sont en train de jouer", while in the sentence, the "older ones" are not playing but making others play.
is there any difference in pronunciation between 'age' and 'agee' (sorry no diacritics)?