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I moved to another apartment. Could I say "the old apartment" to refer to the apartment I just lived in? Or "the former" apartment? Thank you.
"The former" would be better.
Although "the old" is correct, it means it is not new or modern.
I am not sure, but I think there is something wrong with " I just lived in" . Could you rephrase your question?
"I ran into my old boyfriend at Barnes and Noble, yesterday."
We know you mean your ex-boyfriend and not your 90 year old boyfriend.