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    require (again)

    So, letīs change the sentence.

    A true relationship requires respect and friendship FROM both sides?


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    Relationships don't have needs. People have needs. How about:

    • A true friendship involves mutual respect.


    • Two people must respect each other or they can't truly be friends.

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    Re: require (again)

    Andrea - It would be helpful to both you and this forum if you registered. You would then be able to hold your discussions about require all in one place, and of course you would get all of the extra benefits of registering with this forum.

    PS - Welcome to UsingEnglish!

    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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