A friend in need is a friend indeed

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A friend in need is a friend indeed

  1. 1.  Give definition of a friend; Discuss what friends like are; Draw a portrait of a best friend; Discuss how to keep in touch with friends; Name the ingredients of friendship; Find out what a true friend is.
  2. 2.  http://learnenglis h.britishcouncil.or g/big-city-small- world/series-1- episode-1- meeting-friends
  3. 3.  How do you know If someone is a friend? For me it’s a person Who stands by you till the end, A person who cares, A person who shares, A person who sticks around When you are falling down. A person who’s fair, Someone who’s always there. A friend betrays you never, And a friend last forever.
  4. 4.  …who stands by you till the end; … who cares; …who shares; …who sticks around; … who’s fair; …who’s always there; A friend betrays you never
  5. 5. 1. My friend is brave, because he isn’t afraidof dogs and spiders.2. My friend is sympathetic, she understandsthe feelings of others.3. My friend is hardworking; she works hardat her English and always helps her parentsabout the house.4. My friend is so active, he is sportyboy, and he likes to play football, tennis.5. My friend is frank, because she tells meeverything about her life, and she tellsalways the truth.
  6. 6. 1. Friends are the thieves of time.2. A friend to everybody is a friend to nobody.3. Friend in need is a friend indeed.4. The friends you choose help you win or lose.5. Who chatters to you, will chatter of you.6. The friends you choose help you win or loose.7. Honesty is the best policy.8. An old friend is better then two new ones.9. A good friend is better then silver or gold.10. A friend is so soon found as lost11. A friend: one soul, two bodies.
  7. 7.  GET IN TOUCH STAY IN TOUCH KEEP IN TOUCH LOST TOUCH
  8. 8.  Is there a difference between old and young people in keeping in touch? How do you get in touch with your friends? How often do stay in touch with your school friends? Have you ever lost touch with your friends? Why?
  9. 9. Trust Willingness CommonUnderstanding interests Liberated feelings
  10. 10. Share ideas HaveNever commonbetray interests True Friendsupport trust rejoice

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