```Write a short program which takes in a positive number of seconds representing an age, and outputs an estimate of that time in English.

Your program must output the *least precise* amount of time which has passed, among the following metrics and their lengths in seconds:

second = 1
minute = 60
hour   = 60 * 60
day    = 60 * 60 * 24
week   = 60 * 60 * 24 * 7
month  = 60 * 60 * 24 * 31
year   = 60 * 60 * 24 * 365

**Examples**

input      : output
1          : 1 second
59         : 59 seconds
60         : 1 minute
120        : 2 minutes
43200      : 12 hours
86401      : 1 day
1815603    : 3 weeks
1426636800 : 45 years

As you can see above, after the time of say, 1 day (60 * 60 * 24 = 86400 seconds), **we no longer output minute(s) or hour(s)**, but only days until we surpass the time of one week, and so on.

Consider the given length of time to be an age. For example, after 90 seconds, 1 minute has *passed*, not 2.

**Rules**

- No specification for 0 or negative inputs.
- Follow proper pluralization. Every measure greater than 1 must include an `s` following the word.
- You may not use a pre-existing library which serves the function of the entire program.
- This is a code golf, shortest program wins the internet points.
- Have fun!

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