Describe an interesting conversation you had with your friend; You should say:
- Who did you speak with?
- Where you were?
- What the conversation was about?
- And explain why you think it was interesting?
I had an interesting conversation with my childhood friend I had last seen in ages. It had been a long time since I saw her; we were in our teenage years when we last saw each other. Her name is Tariro, and we were very tight friends, but we separated due to sad circumstances when my guardian died, and we had to move towns.
We’ll meet at a friend’s wedding. I was least expecting to see her. My friend from work had asked me to accompany her to the wedding, and while we were there, I saw her come in. I was so happy, and we took some time to talk.
We discussed our friendship and how being apart changed us. The interesting part was how we had progressed in life. The fulfilment of our dreams made me realize how amazing life is because we had aimed to have careers and get married. All those things we had accomplished. She had always wanted to be a teacher, and that’s what she is doing; I wanted to be a nurse. This conversation made me realize dreams come true.
It was interesting because I got answers to my questions about her since I had lost contact with her. It made me believe more in more things since our childhood dreams had come true. She also encouraged me to engage in business since she was into business too. Gave me ideas that seemed very interesting and easy to do.
Follow-ups of Describe an Interesting Conversation ou Had With Your Friend
Question 1:- How do friends communicate with each other?
Answer- Friends communicate in different ways, and they can communicate verbally or non-verbal. Verbal communication is only feasible when they live in the same community, but those far from each other can use gadgets such as phones and computers by text or email. This is a great way to keep friends close.
Question 2:-Why is body language important?
Answer- Body language is important because it reveals the truth behind words. I have discovered that when talking to someone, you can read more than what they are saying by their actions. Someone might show they are not interested in what you are talking to them by facing away from the one talking to them.
Question 3:-What’s the difference between having a conversation with a man and having a conversation with a woman?
Answer- There is a difference between a conversation with a male and a female. Males tend not to speak much, and their discussions are different from women. For example, they talk about world issues, and women talk about domestic issues and gossip. Interestingly, women can spend the whole day talking about different issues.
Question 4:-Do you think women like to chat more than men?
Answer- Yes, they do. Women talk a lot. They can spend so much time talking about the same issues going into detail about issues that might seem irrelevant. They also gossip a lot about everyone in their neighbourhood. It’s a big problem that breaks friendships.
Question 5:-When men chat with other men do they usually talk about the same things that women do when they chat with other women?
Answer- No, they don’t. Men tend to talk about issues in the world and topics of interest in the news. Men might have their gossip, but it’s different from women’s gossip. They don’t get into so much detail and break down each other.
Question 6:-What is the difference between chatting and gossiping?
Answer- Chatting is when people talk about general issues, unlike gossiping, where they talk about issues that shouldn’t concern them. Gosling is when someone talks about the other in their absence and not being able to say it in front of them. People can chat about anything, and anyone can join in because it’s not secretive as gossip.
Question 7:-Who do you prefer chatting with – your parents or your friends?
Answer- My friends, of course. We have a lot in common, and we have interesting topics to chat about, while with my parents, topics are limited, and there are some restrictions to what we can talk about, whereas with my friends, it’s open with no boundaries. Topics are endless.
Question 8:-Do most people have just a small number of friends or many friends?
Answer- It depends on the individual .some people prefer small close friends while others want friends everywhere and a big number. People have friends for different reasons, so if they have a big company of friends, they look for many friends, but some want friends for companionship and prefer a small number. I have always had a small circle of friends.
Question 9:-How do most people make new friends in your country?
Answer- In our country, we meet friends in different fellowship places. It can be at school, workplaces, weddings, funerals, and drinking spots. In our country, it’s easy to make friends, and people are warm and welcoming.
Question 10:-What qualities do you think a good friend should have?
Answer- A good friend loves the other the way they are and corrects the other regardless of how they feel or react. Listens when one needs a listening ear or shoulder to cry on. Does gossip about the other.
Question 11:-Are there any disadvantages of face-to-face conversation?
Answer- Yes, there are; it’s easy to see if the conversation is interesting or not by noting the body language .lts easy to talk face to face because you see the person you communicate with.
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