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    Hi, everyone!
    Can anybody explain me a difference between two phrases: "friend of mine" and "my friend"?
    Thanks!

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    Re: friend

    Quote Originally Posted by Straw_hat View Post
    Hi, everyone!
    Can anybody explain to me the difference between two phrases: "friend of mine" and "my friend"?
    Thanks!
    Why don't you post some sentences with the two constructions in and then see if you can see a difference? We can tell you if you've used them correctly.

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