- Who are your next door neighbors?
- What are they behaving with you?
- What do they do a different festival?
- How do you feel about your neighbors?
Answer: a proverb says, ‘a good neighbor is better than a bad brother.’ My next-door neighbor is one of my uncles. His house is just opposite to ours. He is about forty years old. He is a businessman. He is an M.A. his wife is a school teacher. She is a B.A.B. Ed. My uncle has three children; one is son and two are daughters. His son is a college student and daughters are school students. My uncle and aunt are very sociable, frank and well-behaved. They are always on good terms with us. We are also very co-operative with them. We have strong fellow-fillings among ourselves. We share our sorrows and happiness. We often meet together and discuss matters of mutual interests with open mind. We also exchange greetings, good and other things on different festivals. Both my uncle and my aunt love me dearly. We are very proud of our neighborhood.
- What do you mean by neighbors?
- Why are neighbors essential?
- How are your neighbors?
- Who is your next door neighbor?
- What is the main traits of him?
- What type of life does he lead?
Answer: Neighbors are those persons who live adjacent to us. Man is a social being: He cannot live alone in the society. So he has to live with other neighbors in a particular place. 1 live in a city. I have many neighbors. All of them are very co-operative and helpful. They are also well-behaved. My next door neighbor is Mr. Rahman. He leads a very simple life. He does not nourish high ambition because he knows that high ambition drives a man mad. He cannot enjoy a moment's peace. He cannot enjoy a sound sleep. He runs after earthly things which keep him always busy. So my neighbor has no high ambition. He is free from all cares and anxieties. He is content with what he has. He does not want more. He is not competitive at all. Therefore, he enjoys a peace and happiness in life.