Describe someone in your family who you like.
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.
One of the most enjoyable parties I attended was the 90th birthday party of a neighbour. It was quite amazing! His younger sister aged 87 travelled hundreds of miles to be there and the guests were aged from about 1 year old to even older than 90. I am sure that there were over 100 people there, both his friends and family.
The party was held in a hotel ballroom and everyone soon got to know the other guests. After the meal, different people stood up to do something to entertain the others. Some guests sang songs, some told funny stories, and the others played some music. I played some Scottish dance music on my fiddle (violin) and people clapped their hands and tapped the floor with their feet. Later I played the fiddle again for people to dance.
At the end of the party, the 90-year-old man’s friend from school days—now aged 92—told stories of what they both had done when they were little boys at school and everyone laughed. After this, the man’s sons and daughters all stood up and said how important their father had been to them and how much they loved him.
At the very end of the party we all drank toasts to the health of the man and all this made him cry. There was one sad note at the end: when the old man spoke, he wished that his wife had been there to share all this, but she had died 9 years before.