What is the difference between ""Making friends with English."" and ""Making friends in English.""?
I want to say "use English to make friends",which one is better?
"Making friends with English" means that you use English as a means to make friends (the reason you made those friends is that you spoke English). "Making friends in English" means that you made a friend, and you spoke English to do so. "Using English to make friends" is a more elegant ("better") way to say "Making friends with English". The third option is probably the best.