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I want to say if you have more friend, you will be more powerful.

Which one is better in form?

  • Friends you have more, more powerful you became
  • More friends you have, more power you will will have

Does the above options correct?

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    The more friends you have, the more power you will have.
    – JayHook
    Commented Feb 5, 2015 at 13:29
  • The first one is a bit 'Yoda' ...but it's always 'the more' for this type of comparison, so as @JayHook said, or 'The more friends you have, the more powerful you [will] become.' Commented Feb 5, 2015 at 13:48

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As @JayHook said,

The more friends you have, the more power you will have.

Is correct.

Some alternatives are:

The more friends you get, the more powerful you will become.

When you have friends, you have power (slightly different meaning)

Friends are power. (more-than-slightly different meaning)

Hope this helps.

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