2. Do you have pets that became a good friend?
2. Do you agree with the slogan that "friendships last forever"?
3. What makes friendships last?
9. Is it possible to be good friends with the opposite sex without getting involved in a romantic relationship?
8. What activities do you like to do with your friends?
1. What characteristics does Waldof and Statler have in common?
6. How do you spend your free time? Alone or with friends?
2. Do you have any childhood friends in which the friendship has continued into your adult life? What makes this friendship unique?
Read and discuss the meaning and example given for the idiom to "on the rocks". Ask your students to give 1 – 2 sentences using this idiom.
Discuss the reading article, vocabulary and questions with your student.
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7. Do you have good friends from a different religion or race?
10. How are opposite sex relationships different from same sex relationship? 1. Describe what you see in the photograph?
5. Do you have a pen pal? How do you stay in touch?
1. What is your own definition of friendship?
4. In your opinion, how do you become good friends with someone?
3. Name two or three people who are your best of friends? What makes their friendship special?
3. How did you meet your best friend?