Question 10: Read the passage carefully, then decide whether the following statement are true (T) or false (F) The proverb ‘A friend in need is a friend indeed.’ means that we shall know who our real friends are when we are in need. Those who desert us when we are in difficulty are just unfaithful friends. A true friend would remain with us whether we are rich or poor. Some people be friend the rich, simply for the sake of getting benefits from them. It is useless to have insincere friends because these friends remain with us as long as we are rich or powerful. It is better to have one or two good friends rather than having hundreds of insincere ones. A true friend will stand by us in our trials and tribulations. He will be a great source of consolation and comfort in our troubles. So we must be careful in choosing our friends. It is difficult to choose a sincere friend overnight; it takes years for us to find a sincere friend. It’s not worth having a lot of friends.
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