It is said a friend in need is a friend indeed. An ideal friend possesses all the qualities of head and heart. It is easy to befriend anybody, but difficult to have good friends. I have also many friends but I like Rahul the most.
Rahul is my best friend. He reads in my class. He is sixteen years of age. He sits next to me in the class. He lives in my neighbourhood, so we play together. He likes me very much. He has proved helpful when there was a need for help.
Rahul is a very handsome boy. He has good health. He speaks sweetly. He has good manners. He has a command both in studies and sports. He has won many prizes in sports contests. All the
students of our class love him.
His father is a doctor and his mother a teacher. His parents are very kind and gentle. They love children. His mother loves me like her own son. I like Rahul very much because he is intelligent as well as a good player. He has no bad habits. He respects his parents, his teachers and others. He goes to school in time and regularly does his home-task. He likes to play when he is free.
Rahul and I go to school together. He is the most intelligent boy and always stands first in the class. Our teachers like Rahul for his intelligence and the students for his friendly nature. He has pleasing manners, sweet words and a cheerful face.
Rahul is very sympathetic to the poor and helps them. He wants to spend his time with him. In fact, he is an ideal of all. is very kind to all. He treats everybody like a friend. Every student wants to spend time with him. In fact, he is an ideal of all.