How do you say how old somebody is?

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He is ten years-old. - or - She is eight years old.

I learned to use "tiene anos". But I am still not clear about how to use it. Could somebody please explain'

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updated JUN 16, 2009
posted by Elly27

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I learned to use "tiene anos". But I am still not clear about how to use it. Could somebody please explain?

"Tiene anos" means "He/she has anusses" (=assholes). The word for "years" in Spanish is "años"; without the ÿ, the word "anos" means "anusses".

For "He is X years old" we say "Tiene X (años)" in Spanish.

updated JUN 16, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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Elly: Go to this Lesson and listen to what Paralee, the teacher, has to say. When she finishes the lesson, I know for sure you will have the answer you want.

Good luck with it. Here it is:

http://my.spanishdict.com/learn/show/11/1

updated JUN 15, 2009
posted by Moe