"These people are very old."
Translation:ये लोग बहुत बड़े हैं।
@Mark - yes it does look odd, based on my explanation. But interestingly, when बडा, बडे is used standalone (without two entities being compared), then it acts like an adjective that means old, similar to बूढा, बूढे.
Few other Asian language also have this sort of interesting grammar, e.g. Korean. Though I'm still only learning it, I understand these nuances when I come across them because I know them from Hindi.
@tizerzert - it sounds fine to me. Just to reassure you though, it's not the hard "d" sound but a softer one (hit the roof of the mouth with the bottom portion of the tongue which needs to be slightly rolled). Notice the dot below the Hindi letter, it softens the "d" and makes it sound closer to "r" because of the slight tongue roll.