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Friends

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This Revision Bite will give you practice in writing Gaelic. In this subsection, we’ll look at questions where you are asked to write about your Friends.

Friends

You have been asked to write an article for your school magazine on the topic of Friends.

You may include the following details:

  • what a friend is

  • different kinds of friends

  • activities

  • my best friend and why

  • anything else you want to include

A good piece of writing should contain roughly seven paragraphs. A good rule of thumb is to include one (or two) of the details suggested in the question as individual paragraphs.

Your paragraphs may follow the details suggested. For example:

  • Paragraph 1 can say what a friend is.

  • Paragraph 2 can cover different kinds of friends.

  • Paragraph 3 can describe activities you do with your friends.

  • Paragraph 4 can talk about your best friend and explain why he or she is your best friend.

  • Paragraph 5 can deal with anything else you may wish to include or it can be your closing paragraph.

Remember that the beginning and close of a piece of writing are very important. These two parts create a positive impression, if they are done well.

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