On the internet I read the word friends have many meaning.
I am friends with my last schoolmate from university.
I have got five friends from Indonesia.
Those people are friends of Lord Voldemort.
The first form is a verb, the second is plural noun and the third is plural noun too.
Am I right?
What is different between nouns members of and friends of? Do we use the first word only with things and the second word with people?
Can I say:
I am a member of British parliament.
I am friends of British parliament.