1. Do you have an e-mail penpal or a chat friend?
2. How long have you known each other?
3. What's the usual first impression that you get from friends you meet through the internet?
4. What information would you hold back from your internet friends?
5. How do you build trust through this type of friendship?
i am words typed into cyberspace
the memories we share are easily saved as they are erased
my origin and whereabouts you can never trace
i will be your best friend with a helping hand but without a face
my identity is defined by the pseudonyms i use
but in truth i am merely a reflection of the emotions in you
Let this topic guide you through conversation practice
- Find someone you like to talk to from the list below
- Invite by Skype Chat
- If accepted, call to start
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Hello Anna. Thanks for sharing. Wow! Four years is a long time. Devoting a portion of our time to say a simple "Hello" and "How are you?" helps keeps people connected though far apart. That's true. Day by day we expect a response from the previous letter that we've sent. I agree with you. Personal information should be kept private for our own safety.By Anna Logvinova:
I have several en-mail penpal friends, we've never see each other in real life for 4 years we've conversed. First impression is always surprise (then he or she writes first),than from letter to letter sense of expectation is growing. May be about my personal life, address