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    Last edited by bellentsai; 20-Feb-2005 at 06:36.

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    #2

    Re: Deleted

    They're both OK.


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    #3

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    one of my friends or one of my friend?
    which is correct? friend with s or without s?

    thanks

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    #4

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    Friends- you need to have more than one to say 'one of'. If you only had one friend, you would simply say 'my friend'.


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    thanks.

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