Definition Of Friendship Example Essay

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Friendship
Read the following information about friendship.

Using the information presented, your own experience, observations, and/or readings, write an article for your school newspaper about the meaning of friendship.

As you write your speech, remember to:
Focus on the definition of friendship.
Consider the purpose, audience, and context of your article.
Organize your ideas and details effectively.
Include specific details that clearly develop your article.
Edit your speech for standard grammar and language usage.

Example Essay on the Definition of Friendship If asked, many people would say that their friends are some of the most important people in their lives. However, sometimes it is hard to recognize the value of a
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Beautiful, dangerous, and heart-wrenching, friendship is not something that can be easily defined. It is something that must be seen, lived, and experienced.. Poets can write about it, musicians and sing about it, but until you make a true friend, and become one in return, the definition of friendship will always be a bit slippery and hard to hold onto. From my experience, this much I know is true: friends are those people who love you for who you are, and who you want to be. They know your deepest secrets and understand because they have the same secrets. They are not afraid to tell you the truth when you really need to hear it, and most importantly, they will always be there for you. Albert Schweitzer once said “Sometimes our light goes out but is blown into flame by another human being. Each of us owes deepest thanks to those who have rekindled this light." So, to my friends who have rekindled my light, I thank you.

Example Essay Questions: These questions will help you to look for the things that make essays really excellent. Read the essay on the backside of this sheet and then do the following things:

(1) Circle the attention grabber.

(2) Find and highlight the thesis.

(3) Find and highlight topic sentence of each support paragraph.
(4) Find and highlight the concluding sentence of each support paragraph.
(5) List the main idea of each support paragraph.

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Support paragraph 2 -

Support paragraph 3 -

(6) Underline the
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