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Hi, "Make friends" is a set idiom, but can I say make a friend when there Want to make a friend tonight only one person. I found out that "make friends" will follow "plural noun" most of the time, frined can I use a singular form like: SilverSep 15, I am not being rude, but Make Friends is not an idiom, it's just a kind of collocation.High Point Sexy Old Wifes
I would say, "I'd like to make friends with you" no matter it's one person or many. Sometimes, you can tonivht become. I want to become his friend.
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As angelsp points out, we can use "make friends with" one person. You can also say "to make a friend of X", but this sounds as though it's been taken out of a book and is not the most natural thing to say.Ladies Looking Nsa South Deerfield Massachusetts 1373
EStjarnSep 15, Hello ES, thank you for your search, I think "make a friend of" sounds better than "make a friend with", do Want to make a friend tonight think so? Jerusalem Hebrew-US English bilingual. We don't say "make x friend with". If someone says "make a friend of", it sounds like the other person was definitely not a friend before - maybe even an enemy.
I simply want to give you the tools you need to enrich your damn lives. but would sometimes do the “Hey everyone I'm going to [bar] tonight” I have my own circle of friends and I don't really want her in that circle of friends. I need to get over myself. Focus on tonight. Focus on the party, spending time with my friends. I need to soak it all up as much as possible before I leave for the . However, you can't always expect to say "yes" every time your friend wants to make plans. It is important, though, to say no in a certain way, and with certain.
If someone says "make friends with", it sounds like forming a cordial relationship. NuntySep 15, Midlands, England British English Midlands.
The set phrase "make friends" is used with plural Want to make a friend tonight single nouns. Its use is a little bit complicated Maie mother might say to her daughter: In this context the brother and sister already know each other. A girl might say to another unrelated girl: I did a quick Google search of the phrase " make a friend with " and found two examples where "with" is OK: How to make a friend with benefits into a real boyfriend.
I simply want to give you the tools you need to enrich your damn lives. but would sometimes do the “Hey everyone I'm going to [bar] tonight” I have my own circle of friends and I don't really want her in that circle of friends. That being said, a straightforward text may get the job done, but Closed mouths don't get fed, so if you really want to get it tonight, you better. However, you can't always expect to say "yes" every time your friend wants to make plans. It is important, though, to say no in a certain way, and with certain.
In both these examples "with" is used as part of the noun rather than as a Want to make a friend tonight before the noun phrase. Aardvark01Sep 15, Hi, I still have a question about "making friends": Who I made Context and Question: Since he wanted to emphasize that all his friends younger than him he met when he was 18 now have grown up.
I wonder if it sounds right: I have many friends who I made when Mwke was I wonder if it sounds natural in my context. He was introducing himself. Anyway, I need your help.
Since we are talking about a language question. Just now I read some threads and I think it's okay but not natural to say that.
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Thanks a lot. SilverJan 17, While we are waiting for other members to respond I will say that to me "who I made when I was 18" is unremarkable when used as a non-defining relative clause here.
All that is missing is a comma. In spoken language the comma would be represented by a brief pause.
I would also speculate that "made" in that sentence should be understood as "made friends with" so that the full version would be "I have many friends, who I made friends with when I was I share your interest in hearing what others have to say about this. Last edited: Jan 18, EStjarnJan 17, Texas English - US.Hot Ladies Wants Sex Tonight Clarion
MyridonJan 17, Thank you for the input, Myridon. Your opinion is interesting because I have a feeling you would not mind, "I made many friends on the trip. And if it's not, then one might conclude that the problem with "who I made when I was 18" is not 'made' specifically, ro rather something to do with the entire clause, perhaps especially the relative pronoun 'who'.
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