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Friendship

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This exercise in this Revision Bite will help you to practise writing a simple paragraph about friendships.

Writing question: Friendship

In your controlled writing assessments, you will have to write at least 100 words for each task. If you are aiming for grade C and above, you will have to write at least 200 words for each. The practice exercises here are mainly shorter, just to help you gain confidence in your writing.

  • First look carefully at the list of questions. If there are any words you don't understand, look them up in a dictionary.
  • Write your answer on paper, to compare with the sample answer on the next page.
Question

Your French penfriend wants to know how you get on with your friends. Write a paragraph about 50 words long You could include the following:

  • who your best friend is
  • what he/she looks like
  • description of his/her personality
  • what you do together
  • why he/she is your best friend

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