Describe a party that you joined
You should say:
- When it took place.
- Where it was.
- Who were there.
- What you did I here.
- And how you felt about the party.
I’m going to tell you about a New Years Party I went to about 2 weeks ago now. Since I don’t much enjoy crowds on New Years Eve, I thought of just staying at home and watching movies. However, my friends convinced me to come to their party, which I was hesitant about, since the party only included couples and myself.
Anyway, I went and it turned out (in the end…) being fun! We started off the evening by going out to a Japanese restaurant for sushi. It was delicious! After this, we went back to my friend’s house for the party. We drank wine, smoked hookah, and played board games until we finally reached the time to do the countdown (the 10 seconds before New Year’s). We, of course, had a glass of champagne ready for when the clock struck midnight. Followed by the cheers, everyone turned to their significant other for the first kiss of the New Year, except me, of course.
All in all, I had a pretty nice time at this party. As I’ve gotten older, I enjoy low-key (relaxed) social events more than big, crowded parties, so this was ideal for me. I really liked sitting around drinking and smoking hookah and conversing. Additionally, the food was great and my friend sat out some tasty snacks at his house, such as cheese, crackers, and olives. This definitely beat staying at home by myself! Even as the only single, I had a great time.
QUESTIONS FOR PART 3
What are the things the old and the young like doing in their free time?
Truth be told, many old people spend their leisure time indoors, sitting down, reading a book or resting; or they might go outside for a brisk walk in the evening. Many of them enjoy watching TV or knitting. Young people, on the other hand, enjoy a variety of things. Many do the same things I mentioned that old people do, but in my opinion, there are many more options available if you are young. You can play sports, go clubbing all night, participate in extreme sports like bungee jumping or sky diving – that might give an older person a heart
Should parents spend much money on children’s party?
I guess it should depend on the financial budget of the family and the importance of the birthday party. If a family is well-off, splurging more on a grand birthday party for their beloved son won’t matter a big deal, especially if it marks a milestone in their life. Having said this, those from less advantaged family backgrounds should weigh the pros and cons carefully before throwing a party for their kids, as this can make an inroad into their monthly income; so a small and cozy party enough.
Why some people dislike attending parties?
People are being increasingly on the go land can hardly manage time for drinks or parties as they are overly occupied with work-related matter Given this, a 2-hour wedding reception party, for example, can take away their precious time for work, making them delay their progress. Besides, some families fire running short of cash to cover the expenses for attending parties, so every time there’s a wedding invitation, they’re often Worried and helpless.
Why do people throw parties?
Parties are a good occasion for reunion and bonding A fact is that people in modern society are up to ears with their work and can hardly manage time for socialization, so attending parties can be a golden opportunity to catch up on what is going on with their friends whom they may not have met for ages. Secondly, parties often nark a milestone in an individual’s life and record memorable experiences the host has with his friends and family. After all, parties can have a meaningful role to play in our life.
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