Talk To A Close Friend Analysis

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There are so many different ways that I can talk to a person; I have the choice to talk to them with kindness, respect, excitement, bitterness, or even anger through my voice. The way I speak to my teachers, or my boss, will most likely differ from the way I speak to a close friend. That is called language variation. It is very typical around the world, and most of us use different variations with certain people and probably do not even realize it. With that being said, I have learned several lessons in my life, but there is one that I cannot forget that I am very thankful for. It all started when I was a tiny, little blonde-haired, girl, going back and forth across the yard to my grandma’s house. She lived right next door to my family and I, in a little white house, full of things for me to get into. I will never forget riding my Barbie battery operated Jeep, loaded down with all of my baby dolls, through the tall grass pathway that connected our yards. I would go over there every day after I got home from school, or she would come pick me up in carpool. At the time, it felt like that school day was going to drag on forever, but when I would see her car in the carpool line, I was the …show more content…
Those were always the “cool” things she had taught me, but one important lesson will forever stick with me and hold a special place in my heart. It was the day she taught me how to talk to adults “like a big girl” at the time, but which is now considered talking to an adult with respect. When she taught me this, I remember not really knowing what she was talking about. I had only really been familiar with my manners, but that was it. I was willing to learn because like I said, my grandma was the coolest person to me, so since she was teaching me, I was ready to learn. My family was big on respect and wanted my brother and I to respect all adults whether we liked it or

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