Essay topics: Which way do you think is the best way for a student to make new friends?
a. joining a sport team b. participates in community activities c. traveling
There are many approaches to make new friends for students to use, some students like to do some sports in the spare time so that they choose to attend in a sport team to make friends. Some students have strong responsibilities to our society and they prefer to gain more friends when they go to service in the community. Some students also love to make friends when they are on journey. In my viewpoint, I think the most effective and best way for students to make new friends is participating a sport team.
When I choose to attend in a sports team, I would like to choose a kind of sport that fascinates me so that I would have similar interests with other team members. And based on these simil ...
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