雅思口语P2中会经常考到朋友类话题，如a friend from childhood; a person you like to spend time with；a friend you like to talk with等。我们今天一起来学习相关词汇吧！
keep company with 与… 人做朋友/为伍
to enjoy someone’s company: 喜欢某人的陪伴
sb. is good company 好伙伴; 志趣相投的伙伴。
e.g. Never keep company with dishonest people.
e.g. What a great night! I enjoyed myself a lot. You're good company.
e.g. You're also approachable, so people enjoy your company and feel at ease around you when it's really nice to put yourself in other people's shoes.
Feel at ease 感到轻松
Put yourself in other people's shoes 换位思考
2. hit it off
e.g. Though we work together, we've never really hit it off.
e.g. Although we hit it off when we first met, we don't always see eye to eye.
补充：see eye to eye 完全同意(多用于否定句)
hit it off right from the word go
be on the same wavelength
have a lot in common
have shared interests
3. backstabber /?b?k?st?b?/
n. 背后中伤者; 阴谋暗算他人的人
e.g. The two become good friends almost from the start, but Sarah soon realizes that Sally is a ruthless backstabber.
短语：stab sb. in the back
e.g. He's the kind of person who gets you to trust him but then stabs you in the back.
短语：a stab in the back
e.g. I can't believe that someone I had helped and supported would steal from me. It's a real stab in the back.
A is on good terms with B 与…相处很好
A and B are not on speaking terms 不说话；冷战
e.g. She had been in the company for only on month, but she was on good terms with her colleagues.
Before buying the house, George had：
A. experienced severe family problems.
B. struggled to become a successful author.
C. suffered a serious illness.
原文：His professional success was enormous, but his personal life wasn’t as successful. He was no longer on speaking terms with his brother and had been devastated by the death at the age of seven of his elder daughter Josephine.