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We’re very close.
We’re the closest of friends. We’re the best of friends.
We’re best friends.
We’re pretty tight.
They’re bosom buddies.
She’s my best friend.
She’s my closest friend.
She’s a dear friend.
She’s like a sister to me.
He’s like the brother I never had. We’re like brothers.
He’s one of a kind. Sue’s one of a kind. What a character!
They don’t make them like him anymore. (cliché) After they made him, they broke the mold. (cliché)
May I join you?
Is this stool taken?
Is this seat taken?
Do you care if I join you?
Care if I join you?
Do you mind if I join you?
Mind if I join you?
Care to join us?
Can I buy you a drink?
Could I buy you a drink?
Could I get you something to drink? What are you drinking?
Care to dance?
Would you like to dance?
You want to dance? (informal) Could I have the next dance? May I have the next dance? (formal)
Do you come here often?
What’s a nice girl like you doing in a place like this? (male to female, cliché) Do you have a smoke?
a smoke = a cigarette
Do you have a light?
a light = a match or cigarette lighter
Do you have a cigarette?
Do you have change for the cigarette machine? Would you like to go somewhere quieter?
Are you going my way?
Going my way? (cliché)
Could I give you a lift?
a lift = a ride
Need a lift?
Where have you been keeping yourself? Where have you been all my life? (cliché)
Are you free Saturday evening?
Are you free Saturday night?
Are you busy on the 15th?
What are you up to this weekend?
What are you doing next weekend?
Would you like to go to dinner?
Would you like to go out to dinner with me? I was wondering if you’d like to go out.
I was wondering if you’d like to see a movie.
If you’re not doing anything, would you like to go to a party with me? If you don’t have other plans, would you like to go dancing?