IELTS Speaking Part 2: Describe a meal you had your friends

IELTS Speaking Part 2: Describe a meal you had your friends

Describe a meal you had your friends (in someone’s home or in a restaurant)

You should say:
who organized this meal
where you had it
what you talked about during the meal
what you ate and drank
and explain why you had this meal with your friends.

 



ANSWER:

Last month, I had a get-together with some of my high school friends whom I had not met since we graduated. Then, we decided to have lunch at a well-known pizza restaurant in the city centre.

Arriving at the restaurant, we were quickly given the menu. What surprised me the most was that there were various types of pizza and drinks; hence, it took me quite a long time to choose the food. After that, we talked with each other while waiting for the dishes. Some of my friends were studying at the same university, some had decided to get a job. And I was especially impressed by the decision of one friend to take a gap year. She said that as she had a strong passion for traveling, she would spend one year visiting lots of places.

Then, the dishes were served. The pizza was out-of-this-world and the drinks were tasty although they were a bit pricey. We kept talking and enjoyed the meal and drinks for about two hours. Actually, meeting them reminded me of the time when we studied at high school and I realized that now we were all grown-up, we had our own plans to pursue. But we all promised to meet up regularly.



VOCABULARY:

– get-together: [noun] an informal meeting or gathering of friends.
Example: We usually have a family get-together during the New Year celebrations.

– gap year: [noun] the year that a young person spends working and/or travelling after leaving school and starting university.
Example: I’m planning to take a gap year before I start my university course, and I have decided to go to see India and China.

– have a passion for: [expression] have a hobby or activity that you like very much.
Example: He has a passion for traditional music, and he is learning to play some traditional musical instruments.

– out-of-this-world: [adjective] used to emphasize how good or beautiful something is.
Example: The variety of Vietnamese food available during the Tet holiday is out-of-thisworld.

– tasty: [adjective] having a very delicious flavour.
Example: When I want something tasty to eat, I often buy some chocolates or ice-cream.

– a bit pricey: [adjective] a little expensive.
Example: Although my favourite restaurant serves food that is out-of-this-world, it is unfortunately a bit pricey, so I can’t afford to eat there often.

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