Friendship: A Ten Year Old’s Perspective

A very important advice from one of my students about friendship today:

There has many prendship’s lur (*friendship’s rule):

1. Lespect each other (*respect each other)

2. Understanding each other (understand each other)

3. Do not sherpishy each other (do not be *selfish)

4. Listening to each other (*listen to each other)

5. Shering, kerring and herping each other (*share, care for and help each other)

6. Don’t tork behind the one’s back each other ( do not *talk behind each other’s back)

I hope you all get what he was trying to say. He’s very young and he’s just starting to learn English. He’s still bulol (a Tagalog word used to describe someone with defective speech). His sentences are disorganized and funny, but his vocabulary is good and everything he said makes a lot of sense.

What do you think?


5 thoughts on “Friendship: A Ten Year Old’s Perspective

  1. Oh my gosh, so adorable!! ❤ ❤ ❤ I hope he really knew what he was saying (too often we use words like "respect" and forgot its real meaning) and that he'll stick with his words while growing up ❤ he seems to understand friendship better than many adults!

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    1. Absolutely! 😀 Most kids nowadays understand things better than us, which is why it’s always a great opportunity for me to listen and to know what they think. I sent you an e-mail by the way! Hihi ❤


      1. hmm I’m not sure if they really know what they’re saying? I mean, they’ve learnt that those are values they should appreciate, but I think it’s difficult to make them fully comprehend what it’s actually about since we’ve often forgotten the meaning. I hope you understand me 😀 but yes, you’re right, because they remind us of what we should appreciate so it’s important to listen to them 🙂
        I’m listening to what you’ve sent me.. soo cute!! ❤ ❤ ❤ I'll answer your mail :*

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