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    friend of/to

    I heard both a friend of... and a friend to... in films.

    "I'm a friend of Sarah Connor. I was told she was here. Could I see her please"?

    "I am Luke Skywalker, Jedi Knight and friend to captain Solo".

    Is there any difference between the two.

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    Last edited by retro; 21-May-2007 at 00:44.


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    Re: friend of/to

    it means same,i think

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