Describe A Party That You Enjoyed – IELTS Cue Card
Describe a party that you enjoyed.
You should say:
- whose party it was and what it was celebrating
- where the party was held and who went to it
- what people did during the party
and explain what you enjoyed about this party.
It was my parents’ anniversary when I decided to arrange a surprise for them. I decided to call all the known relatives of ours. We invited a few friends whom I have known since I was a kid. I would not be able to organise it utterly alone because of the monetary issue. I used up my savings for buying the cakes and pizzas and took the remaining money from my brother.
The party was organised at our home. The day before the party, they were forced by us to stay at our grandparents’ place so that we could decorate the building. Our plan was informed to our grandparents so that they could help us in the execution of the plan.
I was in doubt as to how many people would actually show up at the party, but much to my surprise most of them came. We were accompanied by our cousins and aunt and uncle to help us with the preparation. Everyone was enjoying the party. Guests were chit-chatting or just catching up with old friends talking about the olden times. Dinner was served around nine because many of them had to return home.
Our parents arrived at around 6 in the evening. They were blindfolded. My brother and I guided them in and opened the blindfold. They could not believe that we could organise something like this. There was a spark in their eyes which was somewhere between pride and happiness. It was that exact moment I wanted to pause the time and live it a little longer. They do so much for us everyday selflessly, and this wasn’t even a payback. This was just how we decided to show how special they were to us.
- Execute: implement
Eg: She executed her plan.
- Monetary: something related to money
Eg: They are having some monetary issues
- Organise: making arrangements
Eg: Payel organised a farewell party
- Blindfold: a piece of cloth tied round the head to cover someone’s eyes.
Eg: She is blindfolded to play hide and seek
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