My best friend; Friendship
Leaving Examination Topic #9
- význam přátelství, charakteristika přítele
- můj nejlepší přítel/moji přátelé
- osobnost, kterou obdivuji
- My best friend - description, character, how long you know him/her, hobbies, work
- Real friendship - What do you think it is? Do you have a real friend? Do people need friends in their life? Why?
August 3 is International Friendship Day, time to recognise your friends and their contribution to your life. Friendship helps to bring peace and positivism to the globe
Simple vs. Real Friendship (by Chen Qin)
- A simple friend identifies himself when he calls.
- A real friend doesn't have to.
- A simple friend opens a conversation with a full news bulletin on his life.
- A real friend says, "What's new with you?"
- A simple friend thinks the problems you whine about are recent.
- A real friend says, "You've been whining about the same thing for 14 years. Get off your duff and do something about it."
- A simple friend has never seen you cry.
- A real friend has shoulders soggy from your tears.
- A simple friend doesn't know your parents' first names.
- A real friend has their phone numbers in his address book.
- A simple friend brings a bottle of wine to your party.
- A real friend comes early to help you cook and stays late to help you clean.
- A simple friend hates it when you call after he has gone to bed.
- A real friend asks you why you took so long to call.
- A simple friend seeks to talk with you about your problems.
- A real friend seeks to help you with your problems.
- A simple friend wonders about your romantic history.
- A real friend could blackmail you with it.
- A simple friend, when visiting, acts like a guest.
- A real friend opens your refrigerator and helps himself.
- A simple friend thinks the friendship is over when you have an argument.
- A real friend knows that it's not a friendship until after you've had a fight.
- A simple friend expects you to always be there for them.
- A real friend expects to always be there for you!
Friendship Means... (by Rachel Chastain)
- You know you have a friend for life when they answer the phone at one in the morning because you can't sleep and have a lot on your mind, and they don't mind talking about nothing to get your mind off everything.
- They spare some time to spend with you.
- When you know that if something bad happened to you they'd be there for you, no questions asked.
- When you can look at them when some thing is wrong and they know it just by the look in their eyes and all they have to do is offer a hug and you feel a thousand times better.
- When you know that they'd never lie to you, and would never hurt you and if they did it would only be for your betterment.
- They can make you laugh when skies are the darkest, and they're there with a good movie and some popcorn when you're totally depressed.
- And even if you're a thousand miles apart, it doesn't matter because what you share with this friend is so much deeper then what lies on top that distance plays no role in your friendship.
- Friendship is when they push when you need it, but never too hard; and stand back when the time is right but never to far.
- And the true test of friendship is if you're willing to do it all back in a heartbeat.
- When you're life is so much better because you know them, and they bring out the best that lies within.
A short course in Human Relations
- The six most important words: "I admit I made a mistake."
- The five most important words: "You did a good job."
- The four most important words: "What is your opinion?"
- The three most important words: "If you please."
- The two most important words: "Thank you."
- The one most important word: "WE"
- The least important word: "I"
A personality I admire
- vyberte osobnost, která pro vás osobně něco znamená
- vyberte osobnosti české, britské nebo americké historie
- Czech personalities - Charles IV, Karel Čapek, Antonín Dvořák, Jaromír Jágr...
- British personalities - Henry VIII, Margareth Thatcher, Princess Diana, Queen Victoria, Sir Alexander Fleming, Winston Churchill...
- American personalities - Benjamin Franklin, Mark Twain, Abraham Lincoln, F. D. Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, J. F. Kennedy...
- what does she/he look like?
- what is she/he like?
- what does she/he like doing?