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How to Express Being in Early, Mid, Late of An Age Group

 

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How to Express Being in Early, Mid, Late of An Age Group

For example, how would one say I am in my early-mid-late 30s? Estoy en los principios de las 30? Los medios de las 30? Los finales de las 30?
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