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ms. sue have you read story small potatoes?

  • English - ms. sue -

    No -- and I didn't find this story on line either.

    Sorry.

  • English - ms. sue -

    That alright ms. sue the story be about friendship about two friends, and the protagonist describe their wonderful time with each other, and she lead a simple life, but her friend now be a professional, and the protagonist really miss her friend, and all those times. She really loves her friend and feels lonely now. The humble beginnings no longer important to her friend.

    i going to write how do one deal with friendship that be strong once be4 but now be diminishing? do one try to solve things with friend, or just let go, and leave it to destiny.

    i want to start this off with a quote too, don't know what quote to use. and for this topic i really not sure it be really hard. cause it all depends on our friends and how strong our bond is with them.

  • English - ms. sue -

    I urge you to write the body of your essay before you look for a quote and write your introduction.

  • English - ms. sue -

    alright :)

  • English - ms. sue -

    ms. sue can you please give me a few key points? i only have few points that be there be only so much we can do for our friends, and friendship have to come from both sides not just one, so both have to try and solve conflicts, but if other doesnt try then it be best to leave it all to fate.

  • English - ms. sue -

    Each friendship is different.

    Some friends come together when they have something in common. Our childhood friends are often neighbors or in the same grade. Later we choose our friends according to what we like to do together. These friendships often dissolve when we change or find other activities we like to do or move away. Then it's time to make new friends.

    A few friendships have more lasting and permanent ties. But, in my experience, those friendships are rare.

  • English - ms. sue -

    thanks very much ms. sue :)

  • English - ms. sue -

    You're very welcome, Mohammad.

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