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Tomorrow he will write to his acquaintance.

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

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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".