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Hi there,

1. Is it correct to say: Sally wants to make friends with John. OR Sally wants to be friends with John?

..'friends with OR ...friend with'?

2. John and Paul met at chatroom. John asked Paul, 'Can we be friends?' Or 'Can I be your friend? Or 'Can I make friends with you?' Or Can I be friends with you?' Which one is correct?

simon
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RuttonjeeHi there,

1. Is it correct to say: Sally wants to make friends with John. OR Sally wants to be friends with John?

..'friends with OR ...friend with'?

2. John and Paul met at chatroom. John asked Paul, 'Can we be friends?' Or 'Can I be your friend? Or 'Can I make friends with you?' Or Can I be friends with you?' Which one is correct?

simon

1. Both of these are ok

2. "Can we be friends" or "can I be your friend" are probably the best ones.
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hi there,

thanks for your reply. So can I say: Sally wants to make a friend with John?

simon
hi there.......... who is this??