When a friend dies, part of yoursel dies too.
"Johnny was expecting his friend over after school."
i wanted to go park so i can play with my friend
The host's geniality and warmness were comforting.
My friend just had a random remark about her fish
I left my friend nonplussed when I told her that I had two bellybuttons.
It should be--- I asked my friend,"When is your birthday?"
It is etiquette to put the person you are talking about first and then yourself. This is not the right sentence to use 'My friend and me,' but, 'My friend and I.'
Hi 1 is correct because of the punctuation.
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The correct grammar for this sentence is: When did your friend come?
Be yourself. If they do not like your personality, they should not be your friend.
Example sentence - She will never have a friend because she doesn't know how to be a friend.
Me an' my friend went to the store. No, no, no. My friend and I went to the store.As a rule of courtesy, you always mention yourself second in a sentence. "I" is the first person (singular) pronoun, and yes, "I" should come second in a sentence. You should put "we" (first person plural) second also.
The sentence "Congratulations, dear friend!" is already properly punctuated.
The noun is friend.
The person spoken to is called the 'second person'. The second person pronouns are: you, yours, your, yourself, yourselves. Example sentences: Jack, you are a good friend. How many of you are there? The tuna sandwich is yours. Your friend brought your homework. You can see for yourself how easy it is. Make yourselves comfortable.