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Describe an occasion when many people were smiling
You should say
When it happened
Who you were with
And explain why many people were smiling
The time that sticks firmly in my mind when lots of people were smiling in one place, was when a group of us from my university went to see a comedy performance at the local theatre. It was a sort of end-of-semester thing – we went to dinner, then went to see this great Korean comedy show. It was pretty hilarious really, and a sort of slap-stick humour. Lots of costumes and antics on stage, and acrobatics and conjuring tricks too. So, the whole group I went with was really happy for two reasons: firstly because it was the end of the semester and the holiday was about to start, and secondly because it was a particularly amusing show, with lots of variety. Afterwards we went out for drinks and talked about the bits we liked the most. The humour was a little different to the kinds of humour we were used to because it was a Korean performance, and they have a slightly different style of humour, which I found really quite interesting. So, it was kind of nice to do something different for a change, and it gave us an insight into another culture too. I think performances like this should be encouraged more, as they do help you forget about your daily grind, and just let go and enjoy being entertained. I hope that we can find more performances like this, as I think that it’s important to fund and support arts and performance, and it brings people together in a unique way. Because I’m not so into sporting activities, and I don’t really like bars or crowded nightclubs and places like this, I’d like to spend more time with friends going to such performances. I hope they become more popular, as I believe it can bring people together, and humour is a very important aspect of life. It helps us really calm down and makes us realise that life doesn’t always have to be really serious.
ibe an object (a gift， something you use etc.)
ribe a person (someone you admire， a family member etc.)
ribe an event (a festival， celebration etc.)
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ribe a place (somewhere you visited， a holiday etc.)
ribe your favourite (book/film/advertisement/website)
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