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Hi guys!

Suppose you have not seen your friend Mike since 15 years. And unexpectedly you met him in a public place. You noticed the features of his face have changed a lot, because he got old remarkably. So, how can we explain it in English? For example can we say:

Man, I did not know you, you have changed a lot!” ? Is this correct English? Purposely I avoided saying “you have got old”. Because, as you know, people do not like it! Please feel free to correct the English of any part of my post.
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Hi,

It's correct English. Whether you should say it is your decision.Emotion: wink

Clive
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I would suggest "I didn't recognize you" instead of "I didn't know you."

Clive is tactfully saying that "You've changed a lot" when you both know that it was not a change for the better is not something the person needs to be reminded of.
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"Man, I did not know you, you have changed a lot"

I feel this sentence a bit strong! How can I say it nicely or more politely? Please suggest.
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Hi,

eg Man, I didn't recognize you. It's been such a long time.

Clive