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04 / 06 / 2008

MUTUAL FRIENDS: meaning and examples

Good morning.

Today we continue with more vocabulary from the last CommunicACTION Weekend in Viladrau.

Today's expression is: Mutual friend

Mutual is an adjective that means "shared by two or more people." In this case, we DO NOT use "common friend." A "common friend" is a "typical" friend.

Example 1:
We met at the home of a mutual friend.

Example 2:
After I met my wife, I discovered that we had a mutual interest in music.

Example 3:
I don't like him, and I think the feeling is mutual (= he doesn't like me either). 

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