A TALKATIVE PERSON.
who is the person?
how do you know the person?
what is the person like?
and explain how you felt about the person?
nowadays we come into contact with a number of persons out of which some could be shy and others are talkative. shy persons keep quiet in the company of their friends but talkative persons never keep them quiet wherever they go. today I would like to talk about a talkative person who is one of my good friends.his name is Tejinder Singh.i came into his contact when I was doing my graduation in dm college Moga in 2001.
now whether we have completed our study but we still in contact with each other.we meet every day in the evening in the nature park where we do exercise and have gossips with each other.he always starts some conversation on different matters and in between his conversation he gives me little chance to speak.he is looking like a genius and mostly talk on social matters.
he is very personal and no one judge him by seeing that he is such a talkative person.whenever I am getting sad he tries to create a laughable atmosphere with me. he makes all the efforts with his conversation to help me to get relief from my tensions and worries. I never feel bored in his company.he is such a good personality that I wish that he become my friend for the whole life.
Gagandeep Singh Kahlon
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Hey in the end, you wrote “he become my friend for the whole life”
but “he becomes my friend for the whole life” is correct.
hi dolly chahal, just look at the previous words. the speaker wrote ” i wish” …….so he is write at his place.
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