Describe a party that you enjoyed IELTS Cue Card

Describe a party that you enjoyed IELTS Cue Card


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

Sample 1


Although I have attended umpteen parties, one was exceptional, so it is worth mentioning.

When and where the party was held?

The party was held in a restaurant near our school.

Who attended the party?

All my classmates with me in my 12th standard attended that party.

What kind of party it was?

It was a school reunion party.

What did you do at the party?

We did many things in the party. It started with a welcome drink. After that, everyone gave a small speech about our future goals and aspirations. After that, we had a poolside dance party. There were numerous mouth-watering delicacies to pamper our appetite.

We had to leave the restaurant at 11:30 pm, but the party did not end there. We went to one of our friends’ houses nearby and had a chit-chat session until 4 am. After that, we went to a coffee shop, and after having coffee, we parted ways and went back home.

And explain why you enjoyed this party.

 I enjoyed the party for many reasons as I met my friends after a long time. I was in class nine because due to the covid, there was a lockdown, and for the whole year of 12th standard, we had lessons from home.

Apart from this, the other reason for enjoyment was that most of us got admission to good colleges, and we celebrated that with pomp and show.

In a nutshell, the good time spent at that party will always remain etched in my memories.


Here are some examples of follow-up questions that the examiner might ask during your speaking part 3 related to the cue card “Describe a party that you enjoyed IELTS Cue Card”.

1. Why do people like parties?

People like parties because when they attend them, they get instant gratification by eating mouth-watering delicacies, dancing, listening to music, and talking to their near and dear ones.

2. Why do some people not like going to parties?

Some people do not like going to parties because they want to stay away from the hustle and bustle. Moreover, sometimes you develop a dislike for parties if someone adverse happens to you at an event.

3. Do you think those who tend to stay at home are less healthy than those who often attend parties?

Your fitness depends on whether you stay home or like to go to parties. Both systems have their advantages and disadvantages. So your health depends on what you eat and how you exercise,

4. Do you think music and dancing are necessary at a party?

Music and dancing are not just at a party because there are other means of enjoyment like playing games, role-playing, and mimicry of the participants.

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