Part 1: Vocabularies
Friend /frɛnd/ - Example: "I have a best friend."
Part 2: Grammar Structures
Simple Present Tense: We use the simple present tense to talk about general truths and habits. For example, "Friends always support each other."
Present Continuous Tense: Use the present continuous tense to describe actions happening now. For example, "We are sharing our snacks."
Comparatives: Use comparatives to compare two or more things. For example, "My best friend is kinder than anyone I know."
Part 3: Questions
Who is your best friend?
What does he/she look like ?
How did you meet him/her
What do you like about your friend's personality?
How do you show kindness to your friends?
Do you trust your best friend and do you usually share your secret to your friend?
Can you share a memory of laughter with your friend?
How do you support your friends in difficult times?
Do you enjoy sharing things with your friends?
How can you be more generous with your friends?
Can you tell a story about a special friendship in your life?
How do you share your happiness to your friends
Do you believe in your friendship right now?