So I have recently have gotten into japanese and my close friend who is from japan is teaching me japenese, one of the sentence she wrote is this あなたわ友達ですか? which I sort of understand and I know is refering to me, but eventually I don't have the knowledge to put it all together yet, if anyone could help it would be nice

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Well really I would be assuming he meant " Are you my friend?" or " you're my friend? " although the sentence should really be あなたは友達ですか and even that translation is a bit generic but yes that's what he must have meant. あなた (formal) you は topic marker particle ( not spelled わ ) 友達 friend です formal/polite particle basically meaning being etc か formal/polite question particle

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