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Who's your friend?

Who is this person accompanying you? A: "Mary, we're going to be having a meeting at 11 this morning. Who's your friend?" B: "Oh, this is my niece. She wanted to see where I work." A: "Hey, Sam. Who's your friend?" B: "How's it going, Mike? This is my pal Richard. He's visiting from out of town."
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Who's your friend?

Sl. Who is that following along behind you? John: Hi, Tom. Who's your friend? Tom: Oh, this is my little brother, Willie. John: Hi, Willie. Looking at the little dog almost glued to Bob's pants cuff, Sally asked, "Who's your friend?"
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Who’s your friend?

interrog. Who is that following along behind you? JOHN: Hi, Tom. Who’s your friend? TOM: Oh, this is my little brother, Willie. JOHN: Hi, Willie.
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