Describe A Party That You Enjoyed

Describe a party that you enjoyed.

You should say:

When and where the party was held?
Who attended the party?
What kind of party it was?
What you did in the party?
And explain why you enjoyed this party?

Note: You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.

Model Answer:

Life is a collection of moments, and some of the most memorable ones often come from celebrations with our loved ones. One such celebration that I thoroughly enjoyed was a surprise birthday party for my best friend, Raj.

When and where the party was held? and Who attended the party?
The party was held last year at Raj’s house. We had secretly planned everything without letting him know. The attendees were a close-knit group of friends who had known each other since high school.

What kind of party it was?
It was a casual, fun-filled party. We had decorated the living room with balloons and streamers, prepared a variety of snacks, and created a playlist of our favorite songs.

The highlight of the evening was the moment when we switched off the lights as Raj walked in, and then surprised him with a birthday cake and a chorus of “Happy Birthday”.

What you did in the party?
During the party, we played games, danced to our favorite tunes, and shared funny anecdotes about our school days. It was a wonderful opportunity to reminisce about old times and create new memories.

The surprise and happiness on Raj’s face were priceless. Moreover, it was a much-needed break from our busy schedules, allowing us to relax and enjoy each other’s company.

Explain why you enjoyed this party?
In addition to all the fun, what made this party truly special was the warmth and camaraderie among us. Despite the years and distances that had come between us, it felt like we were back in school, reliving those carefree days.

The laughter, the shared memories, and the new ones we created that night reminded us of why we had become friends in the first place.

Overall, this party was not just about celebrating Raj’s birthday, but also about celebrating our friendship. It reminded us of the bond we share and the joy that comes from being in each other’s lives.

IELTS Speaking Part 3 : Follow up Questions

Here some examples of follow up questions that you may asked during your speaking part 3 by examiner related to cue card “describe a party that you enjoyed”.

1. Why do people like parties?
People like parties because they are fun and make them happy. At parties, they can meet friends, play games, and enjoy yummy food, which brings joy and excitement to their lives.

2. Why do some people not like going to parties?
Some people don’t like going to parties because they may feel shy or uncomfortable around many people. They might prefer quiet and peaceful times alone or with a few close friends instead.

3. Do you think those who tend to stay at home are less healthy than those who often attend parties?
Whether someone stays at home or goes to parties doesn’t always determine their health. Being healthy is about eating good food and exercising, which can happen at home or at parties. It depends on personal choices.

4. Do you think music and dancing are a must at a party?
While music and dancing make parties more enjoyable, they are not always a must. Some parties focus on other activities like games or chatting. Whether you need music and dancing depends on the type of party and what the guests like.

5. What would you do if you were disturbed by a neighbour’s party?
If disturbed by a neighbor’s party, I would politely talk to them and ask if they could lower the noise. If that doesn’t work, I might seek help from my parents or landlord to find a solution. It’s important to address the issue calmly and respectfully.

6. What are the differences between holding a party at home and in a public place?
Holding a party at home feels cozy and personal, but it might have limited space. Public places offer more room for bigger gatherings but can be costlier and are more formal. Both have their advantages, and the choice depends on the size and style of the party you want to have.

7. Do children like to party?
Yes, they do. Party means fun and enjoyment to them. It means new clothes, lots to eat and a chance to dance and make merry.

8. Do adults like to party?
Yes, adults like to party. To adults, it means a time to get together with friends and family. It means having a break from the monotonous routine life. It is a time to recharge one’s batteries.

9. Do you like loud music in party?
No, personally I don’t. It gives me a headache. But most of my friends do. They think that any party is incomplete without loud music.

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