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Classify My Classmates

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Classify My Classmates
Classmates are the group of people that we must meet as long as we still have school life; that is, Classmates are important in our school life. To me, it is hard to make new friends in a new environment because I am poor at social with others. Fortunately, I have had some classmates that were very close to me in any stage of my school life.

In my opinion, there are three types of classmates, according to the level of familiar. First one is the most unfamiliar one, we are just in the same class, but we don’t talk, even don’t say hello to one other. I do not dislike them, but just cannot get along with them. The second type is the common type, we are in the same class, and we usually greet with each other. We can chat without any embarrassment but we would not share our worries and talk deeply. I have most friends in this ‘so-so’ relationship, but if we are very match, then we will become the last but the most intimate type of classmates. The third type is, to me, the most important and concerned one. As what I said, I’m a passive person and have less ability of social, so it is hard for me to have intimate friends. But, once I considered someone is my good friend or even soul mate, I will be very ‘loyal’ to that person, treating her as my own family, share secrets and worries to her… and so on. On the other hand, when she gets into trouble or has anything wrong, I will try my best helping her and always be on her side.

A classmate who has good relation with us can become our close friend in our life time. A friend who becomes our friend when we’re just a student is the most pure one; we should think her as treasure. Word Count: 319