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Please check out the following sentences.

(1) What are freinds for?

(2) Freinds are those who can share our laughter, anger, sorrow and happiness.

(3) When there is something on your mind, friends will be there around you to comfort you.

(4) When you meet with trouble, friends will help you solve problems.

(5) So, there is a proverb saying, "On the way of studying, if you don't have any friends, you will be innorant and ill-informed."
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(1) What are friends for?
(2) Friends are those who can share our laughter, anger, sorrow and happiness.
(3) When there is something on your mind, friends will be there to comfort you. (Deleted word)

(4) When you meet with trouble, friends will help you solve your problems.
(5) So, there is a proverb saying, "On the way of studying, if you don't have any friends, you will be ignorant and ill-informed."
Hi,

Another English teacher gives me a correction on the sentence as written.

"As a student, if you don't have any friends, you will be ignorant and ill-informed."

He notes that it's grammatically accepted now, but patently untrue. Honest speaking, the above sentence is directly translated from a Chinese proverb. I am not sure if this English sentence can authentically convey its original meaning.