Mod6 Friends

That’s English! Mod 6 unit 3


It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.

William Blake (1757 - 1827)


Ask your partner these questions.

Don’t forget to use follow-up questions.

Who/ Where/When/How /How long/How much, many/ Why/What/What time/



Start your answers like this:

Have you got a lot of friends?

Yes I have…   No I haven´t…only a few.

Who is your best friend?

(his/her) name is …

How long have you known each other?

We’ve known each other for…/ since …                                   

How did you first meet?

I met him/her…

What was your first impression of (him/her)?

My first impression was…

What do you like about (him/her)?

I like him/her…because

I don´t like him/her because…

What do you have  in common?

We are both…

We haven´t got anything in common.

Do you ever argue?      What about?


Sometimes. We sometimes argue about…

And you’re still best friends, aren’t you?


How often do you see each other?

We usually see each other  ….. 

What does s/he look like?

S/he is…

What is s/he like as a person?

S/he is…

What is his/her hobbies and interests?

They like…

What  does s/he do?

He / She is a (n)

Will you be friends for life?

Yes, we will / No we won´t

Do you think your best friend can’t be a member of your family?

Yes, think so.   I don’t think so ..

Do you think men have more close friends than women?


Do you think men keep their friends longer than women?


Do you think women have more serious conversations with their friends than men?


Do you think it is possible to have a best friend of the opposite sex?


Do you think it is possible to stay good friends with an ex-partner?


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mod6un4 friends.mp3
miguel prieto,
Dec 6, 2012, 11:04 AM