a cap on/older than you for six years

juandavidcrog

Senior Member
Colombian Spanish
Hey guys I'd like to know if these two sentences make sense.

(you look really cute with that cap on)

and

"I'm older than you for six years"

(I know I could also say I'm six years older than you but I'd like to know if this way is right too)

Thanks in advance
 
  • teksch

    Senior Member
    English - American
    The first sentence is fine - "You really look cute with that hat on."
    The second sentence is incorrect - "I'm older than you for six years."
    I'm six years older than you - I'm older than you by six years.
     
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