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A TEST BETWEEN MY BEST FRIEND AND ME Friendship is the widest and simplest relationship between people and people and there is no one can live without friends Friends are the persons who always stay beside us whenever we feel sad or disappointed Besides they are also the people who know more about our girlfriend and boyfriend than our parents My best friend and I knew each other when we were only grade 2 so our relationship is very close But we faced a big test 3 years ago and it made us almost break the friendship My best friend Ronnie was very smart handsome tall and nice also he was the style that many of girls like We knew each other for 9 years long until now Unbelievably we knew each other in Taiwan yet we still got chance to live together in Canada In Taiwan we lived very close so we often did the homework together go to school together and also play together We went to same elementary and high school as well Therefore even we have arguments it still couldnt cut our friendship Counter the arguments helped us to more understand the important of friendship Until grade 10 we faced a big friendship test which was we like a girl who was in our class But I didnt know it until that girl became to Ronnies girlfriend When I knew this news I suddenly could not believe it was the fact Thereafter I was been very sad and didnt talk to him any more Even in the night I always dreamed Ronnie and she chatting happily Many of our friends tried to solve the mistake between us but it wasnt worked at all Because of this event go to school became my pain and my school life became insipid In one night of two weeks later I suddenly realized that I could not cut
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