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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116486: Elder, older, eldest, oldest
Elder, older, eldest, oldest
Elder and eldest mean the same as older and oldest. We only use the adjectives elder and eldest before a noun (as attributive adjectives), and usually when talking about relationships within a family.
Let me introduce Jane. She's my elder sister.
Older and oldest can be used to refer to the age.
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