Learn English Vocabulary - Describing a party in English. ( English Lesson)
We all love to attend parties, be it birthday parties,office parties, anniversary parties and so on. How do we describe a party we attend? In this Spoken English Lesson we will look at phrases to describe an event or a party we attended.
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Below are the phrases that can be used when someone asks you in general about what you did at the party:-
1. Chatted up with friends - Spent time talking to them
2. Danced all night long - It means you had a great time dancing
3.Had couple of drinks - Enjoyed drinking
4.Flirted/Socialized - Met new people and had interesting conversations.
Below are the phrases to describe the music that was played at the party:-
1.Right up my street - Something that you really enjoy listening to
2. It was upbeat / Rocking - Fun and kept the party alive
Below are the phrases to describe the atmosphere of the party:-
1. It was laid back - Had a nice time
2.It was chilled out - Nice smooth party
3. It was electrifying - Wild Party
The decor also plays an important role in a party ,if you would like to describe the way the place was decorated for the party, below are some phrases that will help you to do so:-
1. Funky - Interesting Decor
2. Cool - Nicely decorated
3. A bit Tacky - Cheap and bad decor
4. Themed - The decor had a particular theme or setting.
Use these phrases the next time you describe an event or party to someone.
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