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    extent or degree

    Is it okay to say " I am satisfied with the extent of our frienship" ? Or should I say " I am satisfied with degree of our friendship"? Which one sounds better?

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    Re: extent or degree

    When discussing a friendship, it would be better to say "degree."

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