Describe an old friend you enjoy talking with
You should say:
who this person is
how you knew him/her
what you usually talk about
and explain why you want to talk to this person
I think friendship is extremely important. Friends are like our brothers and sisters and sometimes more then that. My best friend is Rahul. We met in a boarding school in Shimla when we were studying in 3rd class. So both of us studied in the same school and in the same class. So I can say we have been best friends since our childhood . At that time, we often used to go to school together and return back home. We also used to go to a nearby forest every Saturday and Sunday. Presently, He is doing his M.B.A from U.K. These days I stay in touch with him through emails and sometimes we even chat and once in a while, he calls me when he gets time.
He is a very hard working person, even now he is doing a part time job in a bakery along with his studies; as a result, I admire him very much. Since he is one year older to me he advises me about so many things; for instance he is the one who told me to go for ielts class at Way-Ahead Institute and plan about studying in U.K.
I share everything with my best friend and he also shares everything with me; like he is always the first one to wish me on my birthday; also he was the first person I called up as soon as I got my higher secondary result.
He helps me whenever I need him; for example’ when my sister wanted to study in U.K he arranged her prospectus and helped her with her accommodation.
What I like the most in my friend is that he is very simple and straight forward person and always speaks the truth. He even criticizes me when I am not right; like, when I argued with my teacher one day, he straight away told me that I was wrong and I should feel sorry about it.
We both even have similar liking. Both of us like to listen to old Hindi songs and also eat South Indian food. Our favorite is Kishore kumar and we like to eat Dosa very much. Whenever he comes back during his holidays we definitely visit a south Indian Restaurant in our hometown, what more, he is very good cook himself and also plays very good guitar. I am longing to see him as soon as he returns to India after completing his studies. He has promised me that he will get a laptop for me when he returns.
1) Do you think it is easy to make friends in your country?
Yes, of course. Nowadays, we get a lot of opportunities to make friends in our schools, colleges or at our working places. transportation and communication are easy and convenient so I feel We have more opportunities to meet all kinds of people and make friends with them.
2) What do you think the difference between adults and children making friend?
The difference is attitude or mindset between adults and children making friend. In general, children like to make friend with good students because they can help each other in studying or with whom they can play. But adults make friends with anyone they like sometimes adults might make friends for some selfish reasons.
3) How do children make friend?
Children make friends with other children while studying in the schools or playing.
4) What is the most important thing in friendship?
I strongly feel that Trust is the most important thing in friendship. We have to trust our friends other wise friendship can soon break also we should treat our friends with respect and not take the it for granted all the time.
5.) In what ways have you helped your friend or your friend helped you?
I think my friends have helped me in many different ways for instance when I got sick before exams my friends shared their notes with me. I also helped my friends in times of their need like I helped one of my friend with some money when he needed it the most.
6) Why do friendship sometimes break up?
Mainly friendship breaks up because of some kind of Misunderstanding For example, when I was studying in my school one day, my roommate lost his watch. He thought I had taken it. At that moment, I was very angry but I said nothing, and then I helped him to look for the watch. Finally, we found it in his pocket. My roommate apologized to me. I forgave him his rudeness. So, I think trust is the most important thing between friends.