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Bob is my friend.
He is her friend.
Whose friend is he?
This is my friend Tom.
Bring along your friend.
Is he a friend of yours?
Tom is a friend of mine.
I met a friend of Mary's.
I have a friend in England.
I regarded Tom as a friend.
A friend told me that story.
He is an old friend of mine.
I lent my friend some money.
She wants him to be her friend.
You're Tom's friend, aren't you?
He turned to his friend for help.
I have a friend living in London.
I hear from my friend every year.
I visited my friend Tom yesterday.
She wants him to be just a friend.
What time did your friend go home?
A friend of mine is studying abroad.
I ran across an old friend near the bank.
Mary won't listen to her friend's advice.
She didn't feel comfortable with my friend.
I got a letter from an old friend yesterday.
The boy rowing the boat is a friend of mine.
I am disappointed that my friend is not here.
I ate a large pizza with a friend an hour ago.
I can talk about anything with my best friend.
I have a friend who feeds his dog strawberries.
I have a friend whose father is a famous actor.
My friend Tom has twice as many stamps as I do.
For the time being, I must share this room with my friend.
Even though my friend was a vegetarian, I didn't tell him that the soup had some meat in it.

Make Sentence Friendlier

(sentence), my friend. People add 'my friend' to the end of a sentence sometimes. It's mostly men who do this when talking to other men. Some situations in which you. We are all about having options here at Shmoop. Having the same chocolate chip cookie every single day would get pretty boring (maybe). Same goes for sentenc. Out of pity idiom meaning. You are a person who can make friends in the highest social categories as well as with persons of an inferior status. She was glad to make friends with him, despite the tense circumstances under which the relationship had been formed. You tried to make friends with one of my close and dear friends, who also, as you knew, loved me.