If your friend suddenly starts avoiding you then obviously something is wrong. If there avoiding you then invite them to your house to hangout and then talk to them about whats going and tell them know matter what it is you'll help them through it.
He is growing up and now noticing you as a woman (as well as a friend).
ask her about it! it's not right and she obviously fancies him. tell her to stop getting so friendly with him. or ask your boyfriend.
Obviously no one can really be "a friend to all" persons. But, the phrase is often used to describe someone who is friendly, approachable, helpful toward a wide variety of people, etc.
A friendly letter is a letter to a friend
you could ask him, or see if he acts friendly around you.
Friend as an adjective is friendly.
prefixes of friendly
It depends on what the other friend did to the friend.
In my opinion, someone who mocks you or makes fun of you obviously doesn't respect you like a true friend. So, no they're not technically your friend. Friends will often mock each other, in a jovial spirit or simply ebcause that is the nature of their friendship. So, while this person is obviously not a perfect friend, they are still familiar with you; whether they are friendly depends on the situation surrounding how and when they mock you.
The adjectives related to "friend" are friendly and friendless.
Replace them. They may be your best friend, but you are obviously not important to them.
i guess they are scared of somthing or someone scared them thank that is what happened to my friend
Friend: homeboy, homegirl, homie Friendly: hospitable, helpful
Then obviously he/she is not your best friend. You should be real with your "best friend."
The adverb form is friendly, in a amicable manner. For example: He seemed friendly. The word friendly is also an adjective: He has a friendly smile.
When you keep catching him looking at you or he suddenly starts acting like a dork when you're around or starts ignoring you.
Me obviously! No; but seriously, his best friend is........