The most important thing is


Senior Member
french belgium

My friend is invited me in his place for two weeks.
He asked me if there were things I wanted to do when I'm there.
I mentioned a few activities and said that the most important thing is to be with him and I was flexible with the plans.
I don't know if it's too strong to say that or if there is something else I could say meaning quite the same thing.

Can you please help.

Thank you

  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    Without knowing your relationship with this friend, it's difficult to say for sure. If you're very close friends, it's fine. If it's more of a casual friendship, it might feel a bit intense, and you could say, instead, "I'm just looking forward to spending some time with you."
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