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Almost right - It's "She is younger than me".
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I think you may mean "she is younger than me". You could also say you are older than her.
I'm assuming you want to state that "she" is not as old as you are and is younger than you are?
Who is the idiot here. The questioner? Or me, for taking the time to answer? It is: "She is younger than I." ("She is younger than I am", not "she is younger than me am".)
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