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My friend's command is difficult to abide.
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'Abide' generally refers to an ongoing kind of situation, so this is more natural:

My friend's commands are difficult to abide.
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AnonymousMy friend's command is difficult to abide.
The use of "abide" is okay.
I'm not sure how you're using "command."
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Dear Sir,

Kindly tell me whether the following sentence is correct.

I cannot abide him.


Thanking you.

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