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Identifikators:443040
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Publicēts: 28.12.2006.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Augstskolas
Literatūras saraksts: Nav
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(1)Housing and dwellings.
“My home is my castle”. I agree to this statement, because, we choose it and decorate it with our choice and taste in order it looks nice, we could have a rest, invite friends.
Well, time is not standing, and everything is developing, a great variety of houses are built, and now if we are wealthy, we can afford any kind of house we want, even construct it according to our ideas and wish.
We can choose the floor, number of rooms, the place with a better surrounding (park, river, school, kindergarten, stores etc. now there is even a possibility to buy a flat with unfinished building house, where we have only a plan of a flat, and this house. It is modern in European Union.
(2) Human relation
Nobody wants to be lonely. But it depends only on us. Some people can find common language almost with everyone, some can sit in one corner and complain: I’m so lonely, nobody loves me etc. such people are not satisfied with themselves; they are usually bottled-up.
Everyone wants to have friends. The only way to have a friend is to be one. If you are sociable, you can hold secrets, and people like your society, you’ll have many friends.
Friendship is equality. Both of friends have the same rules. Real, true friendship is based on internal and external similarities (mental and spiritual). …

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