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    friend

    Is this correct

    he wants to be friends with me
    he wants to be friend with me

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    #2

    Re: friend

    Say:
    He wants to be friends with me.

    Or:

    He wants us to be friends.
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    #3

    Re: friend

    Or simply,
    He wants to befriend me. (Befriend is a verb).

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