• Describing a friend
  • pikous@eduhi.at
  • 30.06.2020
  • Englisch
  • 3. Ausbildungsjahr
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Phrases and chunks for describing a friend

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General information:
  • My best friend is … and
    he | she is … years old.
  • He | She lives in …
  • He | She is from ...
  • We have known each other
    for … (+ Zeitdauer)
  • I’ve known him | her
    since … (+ Zeitpunkt)
  • We first met …
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Looks:
  • NAME is … and …
  • He | She has got…
  • His | Her … is …
  • I think he | she is a … boy | girl.
  • In my opinion he | she looks very | quite
  • All in all he | she is …
  • I must say that NAME is very …
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Clothes:
  • My friend always | often | sometimes | usually wears …
  • NAME likes wearing …
  • His | Her favourite piece of clothing is …
  • He | She hardly | rarely wears any …
  • In general he often wears … clothes and I like his | her style.
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Character:
  • My friend … is a … boy | girl.
  • He | She is always …
  • I like him | her very much, because …
  • Sometimes NAME can be a little bit … , but …
  • There is one thing I don’t like about my friend.
  • There is nothing I don’t like about NAME.
  • I think he | she is perfect the way he | she is.
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Activities:
  • In our free time we always | often
  • I like spending time with NAME, because …
  • My friend and I always | often | usually … together.
  • We like …, but we don’t like …

Phrases and chunks for writing | talking about friendship

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Friendship soup:
  • I would put … into my friendship soup.
  • For my friendship soup I would choose the ingredients …
  • I think … is important | necessary | essential because …
  • … means that …
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Qualities of a friend:
  • In a good friendship you should be …
  • A good friend must | has to | should
  • In my opinion good friends must | have to | should
  • … is essential in a friendship. I think it won’t work out without it.
  • A good friend must not | should not | doesn’t have to | doesn’t need to
  • I think good friends must not | should not | don’t have to | don’t need to
  • … is not important for me in a friendship. I think there are more important things than that.