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Friendship

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Card 3
 
 
 
 
 

           Friendship in the Modern World

1. Read the article and say in 2-3 sentences what it is about.
2. Read aloud the extract which says about the changes in the modern society.
3. What do people think about people who have no friends?
4. What does Aristotle say about the three types of friendship?

 
 1. Read the article and say in 2-3 sentences what it is about. (True/False)
 
 The text is about friendship.
 
 Friends and friendship aren't important in the morden society.
 
The auther says what people think about people who have no friends. 
 
The text also describes three categories of friendship that were distinguished by Aristotle.
 
The author says that it is easy to find true friendship.
 
 2. Read aloud the extract which says about the changes in the modern society.
 
The paragraph to read is .
 
 3. What do people think about people who have no friends?
 
 People who have no friends are frequently regarded as... (2)
 
  happy
 
having problems
 
strange 
 
  honest
 
 
4. What does Aristotle say about the three types of friendship? 
 
 
 
 The first category of friendship 
 
 The second category of friendship ,
 
 The third category ,
a. is the highest form of friendship
b. is based on the idea of pleasure
c. is when one soul belongs to
     two bodies
dhas a practical value
e. Friends enjoy doing things together and
    they have a lot of in common