Les Enfants ont trente deux ans?
At which point would I refer to my own children at something other than les enfants? Their ages are 32, 30 and 17; it seems strange for me to call them les enfants.
Hi, i'm a native french and i confirm that you can keep on saying "les enfants" or "mes enfants" until you're a very old granny ;-) Even when your children are fifty or seventy you can say "les enfants" ! "Enfants" is not actually related to a question of age (when plural), there is no subtility as "mis niños/mis hijos" in spanish or "i miei bambini/i miei figli" in italian.
De rien ^_^ (C'est sûr, ce n'est pas pratique quand on n'a pas le bon clavier !)
"Merci de m'avoir corrigé(e) / de me corriger". "à partir de maintenant" "Je ne vais plus faire / je ne referai pas", et enfin "il vient" (from what I've read on this forum it seems duolingo has a mistake about this one somewhere, it's definitely supposed to be a T in the third person singular)