Tomorrow he will write to his acquaintance.

Do I understand correctly that in this sentence the word "acquaintance" can be replaced by "friend", "familiar"?


If we say someone is our acquaintance, it means that we know them but not very well.

Friendship is a deeper relationship.

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I had to translate the sentence into my language.

If I understand you correctly, this word means "the person that I know, but he's not completely friend to me" (I communicate with him, but he's not friend)

And is it correct to say "He/she is acquaintance" or "He/she is my acquaintance"


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And is the syntax of this sentence correct?

He/she is just my / an acquaintance"

You might eg just say 'hello' to him if you pass him in the street.

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Just say " a casual acquaintance".