Class: Eng 110.
Instructor: Mrs. Anna Forbes.
How different we are! We deal with different people. These people can be our neighbors, class fellows, our friends or they can be our roommates. If I speak about my roommates, first I will categorize them into different groups. However roommates include people or students who come from different places, provinces or even from different countries so in this case they are categorized into various divisions. Generally in my point of view, roommates are classified into three diverse sorts in terms of their behavior, ethic or morality, merit and as bellow; The first kind includes the roommates who are so friendly. They are so easy to deal with: we can joke with them, ask them to help us, go with them outside for entertainment, borrow money from them and so forth. Totally we are comfortable and enjoy being with them. Actually this category of roommates, obviously due to their appealing and friendly behavior, can make lots of friends. I myself have such a friend in my room in our university’s dormitory. He is a happy and joking boy. We are five in a room, and gathered from different provinces of Afghanistan each with totally different defines. One is from Badakshan, the north east province of the country. Sometime when he is not in our room others sense his absence there. Because he jokes and speak more than his other roommates do. I really like such friends resemble him. We can simply rely on each other and there is nothing between us to doubt on. We help, talk, play, walk and study together. We value and prefer our friendship more than our personal interests. Sometimes we accept that behaving in ways that please our friends is the way to strengthen our friendly relationships. The second kind contains roommates who are semi friendly. They are fairly good in terms of behaving with his or her roommates or...