8. Describe a friend from your college/ university.
How would you describe a good friend?
Many people are aware of type A personality. Type A has become part of group conversation. Friends fondly describe a friend as type A and partners describe their partner as type A to understand and explain their relentless nature.
"Describe a Best Friend". Anti Essays. 16 Dec. 2015
It is difficult to describe a friend to someone who has never met that person. I often try to describe my friends from school to my friends at home, or vice-versa, but I am never able to convey just how incredibly cool or special the person is. Descriptions, funny stories, even pictures: they simply are not enough to describe someone, let alone capture their true essence. Sometimes you just have to meet the person to understand how exceptional he or she is.
Here is a list of words that describe a good friendship: affable, affectionate, amiable, , attentive, available, believable, brave, caring, cheerful, considerate, cordial, discerning, easygoing, empathetic, faithful, forgiving, funny, generous, gentle, giving, good listener, heartfelt, honest, humorous, kind, loving, loyal, nice, optimistic, punctual, reliable, responsible, sensitive, sincere, sociable, sweet, sympathetic, tactful, thoughtful, trustworthy, truthful, warm, warm-hearted, winning, and wonderful. How else would you describe a friend that acts like your enemy? Someone who you think you can trust, but you really can’t? Someone who makes you feel worse while she pretends she’s trying to make you feel better? This person is not your friend. But she’s not exactly your enemy either.