In Spanish, we use the verb tener (to have) to talk about age. To say I am [number] years old, we use tengo + [number of years] + años.
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To ask how old someone is, you can use either the informal tú form (tienes), or the formal usted form (tiene). You're literally asking How many years do you have?
1. you cannot omit años in this expression.
2. we never use the verbs ser or estar (to be) to talk about age.
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