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Friendship and friends
Sayings about friendship Life without friendship is like the sky without sun. True friendship starts the moment one person says to another, “What? You too? I thought I was the only one!” The best mirror is an old friend. A friend in need is a friend indeed. A friend is one who walks in, when others walk out. Every person is a new door to a different world. A friend is someone who can sing you the song of your heart when you’ve forgotten it.
Adjectives to describe friends Name the negative adjectives happy, chatty, nice, bossy, liar, mean, lazy, serious, rude, relaxed, interesting, sad, truthful/honest, late, kind , boring, quiet, polite, easy going, punctual, hardworking, silly, fun
What is a good friend like? A good friend should/shouldn’t Quality True False 1. Be honest 2. Be kind and helpful 3. Have a lot of money 4. Be selfish 5. Always tell the truth 6. Never keep his word 7. Never tease other children 8. Always quarrel with me 9. Live in a big house 10. Be brave
Give advices Be…! Don’t be…! Try to…! Don’t …! Stephen is my classmate. He is not honest and never tells the truth. He teases girls in our class and I don’t like it. I always quarrel with him and fight after school. I’m sorry afterward but he isn’t.
Describe your best friend She/He is a very good friend of mine. We’ve known each other for … years. She/He is very … She/He has got … She/He is usually … Sometimes she/he is a bit … attractive, good-looking, handsome, pretty, ugly, overweight, short, slim, skinny, tall, well-built, dark-, fair-, pale-skinned; short/long, curly/straight/wavy, blond/dark/fair/red/dyed hair; confident, easy-going, enthusiastic, friendly, funny, hard-working, helpful, impatient, honest, kind, lazy, outgiving, quiet, romantic, sensitive, shy, sociable, talkative, tidy, untidy, unhappy
Literary Friends There are numerous works of verbal art that celebrate friendship and countless pairs of friends and even trios that are universally known. Don Quixote and Sancho Panza; Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson; Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer; the Three Musketeers; Harry, Ron and Hermione – the list is endless. And I believe it is also true that many of us, while reading these great stories, have dreamt of becoming part of them. Now it’s time you wrote yourselves into your best-loved tale.
Home task Which character(s) would you like to make friends with? Whose place would you like to take? Or maybe you’ll be a completely new character, say, the fifth musketeer? Give free reign to your imagination.