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Parties意为政党、宴会、联欢晚会、派对，本期Nick所带来的话题正是跟Parties这个词汇有关系，在近期的雅思口语考试中便出现了“Do you like go to parties？”相关内容，本期则是会针对性根据Parties这个词汇来进行解析，带来相关的问句以及物料内容。
Q1:Do you like (to go to/going to) parties? [Why/Why not?]
I find it appealing to go to parties, especially when my closest friends are present. At a party, we can get to know our friends in a deeper way and have the opportunity to meet new people. Moreover, there are a wide number of enjoyable activities such as playing games, dancing or singing.
Q2:Do you often go to parties? [Why/Why not?]
I don’t often go to parties since I am not frequently invited to these get-togethers. During special occasions such as weddings or birthdays, I may be asked to go to a party. This occurs about once or twice a year and I am always eager to attend these social gatherings as they provide reprieve from my studies.
Q3:When you go to a party, what do you usually do?
When I go to a party, I tend to mingle with the guests and get to know them. Although I am not the centre of attention, I am not timid to greet strangers for the first time. When there is music, I may dance or sing if most of the attendees participate.
Q4: What do you think are the benefits of parties?
Parties provide a magnificent platform for people to get to know each other in greater detail. There are also fun activities for participants, which could provide a method to relieve stress. Additionally, it can assist some partygoers to forget the troubles in their lives and enjoy their relaxation time.
gathering [ˈɡæðərɪŋ] n. 聚会
reprieve [rɪˈpriːv] n. 暂缓（痛苦、烦恼），暂时缓解
mingle with 加入，混入（人群）
timid [ˈtɪmɪd] adj. 胆小的
attendee [ˌætenˈdiː] n. 出席者
magnificent [mæɡˈnɪfɪsnt] adj. 华丽的
in greater detail 更详细地
participant [pɑːˈtɪsɪpənt] n. 参与者
relieve stress 缓解压力
partygoer [ˈpɑːtɪˌɡəʊə] n. 喜欢社交聚会的人