A friend in need is a friend indeed.

stenka25

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South Korea, Han-gul
A friend in need is a friend indeed.


(I think 'A friend in need' means 'a friend who supports in my hour of need' on the basis of the two below sentences. Then, we have no confusion with 'people in need', ie 'people . Am I right? )

• The charity aims to provide assistance to people in need.

• He helped me in my hour of need.
 
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  • A friend in need is a friend indeed.


    (I think 'A friend in need' means 'a friend who supports in my hour of need' on the basis of the two below sentences. Then, we have no confusion with 'people in need', ie 'people . Am I right? )

    • The charity aims to provide assistance to people in need.

    • He helped me in my hour of need.
    A friend who helps you when you are in need is a true friend.

    LRV
     
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