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    #1

    We are [no longer] friends no longer

    Hi,

    - We are friends no longer.

    Is it OK to construct such a sentence, or should I say:

    - We are no longer friends.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: We are [no longer] friends no longer

    They are both correct. The second is more common.

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