Today social media is riding high on the trend line. The more "friends" you have, the better! Or is it really?
What do you think is better - having many friends, or having a few close ones? Are friends just a social convenience, or a genuine commitment? Personally I feel it takes much time and effort to develop a good friendship. Putting another's interests ahead of your own and unselfishly giving of yourself forges strong bonds between people. And the more you give of yourself, the more one will be moved to reciprocate.
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I prefer to make friends in reality,because i think it is more reliable and i like communicating with others face to face.I don't wanna have many many friends,some who have lots in commom are enough.In my life,i have a few good friends and two of them are my best friends and i treat them as my family members.Although we are far away from each other studying in different universities in different cities,we just meet each other twice a year,our friendship is still very good.we hardly chat using social media,just sometimes.when we miss each other,we just call.
we can't deny that we can make some good friends on the Internet and I did it ,too.But i love my friends in reality more and i really very appreciate it.
Having good interpersonal relationships does good to both our life and work,but it doesn't mean the more friends,the better.As far as i am concerned,the less is more.some friends who know about me and we can talk about every topic,some goals and lots of interests,i can do what i want ,that's my happiness.
Thank you for your question. No matter what time of day it is, you will always use the word "of." The word "of" is used to indicate connection or association with something. For example, my topic is associated with the day it was written on.
In most cases, the word "off" is used to indicate removal of something from something else, or something has ceased functioning.
Katy, I'm just wondering, by the end of the day, may I say "the topic off the day" instead "the topic of the day"?