Friends are fun to be with!
I have a lot of friends. They are very noble. My best friend is Paurush because he is an intelligent boy. He is very good. He works very hard. I enjoy playing games with him. My second best friend is Karthikeya. We both enjoy playing and studying together.
Paurush is a tall and strong boy. Karthikeya is very wise. If my friends cannot understand something, I help them. If I cannot understand something my friends help me.
In the evening, we play cricket, football, etc. I have a few friends in the society. My best friend is Debu. Sometimes we play and sometimes we do cycling. We do not use bad language.
We appreciate each other. Sometimes I go to his house to play ludo, TV games, etc. We go to the neighbourhood park to play basketball. Sometimes we participate in society competitions. I win prizes in speech competition, drawing competition, lemon race and other competitions.
My friend also gets prizes. We get excited when we open the prizes. We share our prizes. We eat Maggi together. We dance together also. If I am in danger, they help me. I love my friends very much and I value their friendship.
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