A:hadbig argument with david yesterday.hope he’s not still mad at me.
B: what did you argue about?
A: he borrowed some money from me andneededback. He said he didn’t havemoney yet.
B: well, he should pay out back. It’s only fair.
A: yes, butgot angry with him too quickly. He probably thought thatmistrusted him.shouldn’t have got angry.
B; did you lend himlotmoney?
A; not much.hadpay an unexpected bill, soneededmoney back.
B; well, talkhim aboutnext time you see him. He probably feels as bad aboutas you do. Close friends sometimes have disagreements. It’s nothing unusual. Neitheryou said anything really nasty, did you?
A: no , we didn’t.guess you’re right. We should patch things up.
B:course you should. You wouldn’t wantsilly argumentruinlong friendship, would you?
A: what kindqualities do you look foryour friends?
B:like people who are openfriendly. Those people are usually more activefunbe with.like spending time with my friends. We gobars together or play sports together.
A:don’t likemake friends with people who aren’t honest. Honestyvery importantme.
B:think it’s importantmost people. The problemthat you can usually only find out if someonehonest by gettingknow them.
A; you can find out from their friends.
B: if you know anytheir friends. You can’t relyyour friendsintroduce peopleyou alltime. You havego outmakefirst move sometimes.also like funny people.
A: oh,don’t. they don’t seemtake anything seriously. You never know when they are jokingwhen they are being serious.
B: sometimescan be hardtell, but if you knowperson fairly well, you can usually see from their expression what they are really thinking.
A:seems that we generally like different kindspeople. Howit that we are such good friends?
B; maybe people don’t likehave friends that are all same. Most people likelittle varietytheir lives-includingvarietycharacteristicstheir friends.
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