The Spanish words for "I am older than you" are, "Soy mas viejo (or vieja if you are female) que usted." It is pronounced, "soy mahs bee-AY-ho (or bee-AY-ha) kay oo-STED." Sites such as learn-spanish.co.il provide audio pronunciations of many common Spanish words.
Viejo is the masculine word, and vieja is the feminine word for "old" in Spanish. It can be masculine or feminine, according to the gender of the word you are describing.
the spelling is anos and it is spoken as "A-nios".
to say age in spanish you say (edad)
mas viejo/a que (male/female)
When you are talking about yourself, you say "Tengo (your age) años."
To say 'I am thirty years old' in Spanish, you would say 'Tengo treinta años.'
To say 'I am fifty years old' in Spanish, you would say 'Tengo cinceunta años.'
To say 'I am twenty years old' in Spanish, you would say 'Tengo veinte años.'
you are getting old
You are getting old
The expression to say how old you are or a material object is in Spanish is "tener ____ años".If you literally want to translate "years old" into Spanish, this would be "años de vejez", but this is nonsense to any Spanish speaker.
Cuántos años tienes? - How old are you
Viejo or antigua
You say "Ella es vieja"
old house = casa vieja.