Why not 'elder'????
No one says elder in this century, but I guess it should be accepted. A more useful alteration would be "big brother/big sister."
People do actually say that, even if its not particularly common.
The more you know...
Wintertriangles, I occasionally hear someone refer to their elder brother or sister.
I say elder sometimes. It should definitely be accepted.
just let me use girl for 여자 please
2 seconds later i'm failing cause I didnt say "older"
As singular and plural is often unstated, and no number was mentioned here, I deliberately tried 'older brothers and sisters'. Should this have been accepted, or is there some special variation to the singular/plural conundrum here?
Inconsistent use of “that woman” and “she” in acceptable answers. Some consistency please.
That woman has a older brother and sister. This means both of them.
good old oppa the first korean word i know back then
Typo: That woman has an elder brother and 'older' sister. Why? I had typed 'elder' for both.