雅思口语part2话题卡：Describe a time when you changed your opinion 描述一次你改变看法的经历
这道口语part two要求考生描述一次自己的opinion （观点、看法、想法、主张）发生变化的经历。可供选择的题材有很多。例如，对某一件事情产生了偏见，但是经过自己人生阅历的积累和修养的提升，不再对这个事情固守己见。具体来说，可以是对某一个人的做事风格看不惯，但之后又发现他的为人处世才是更加完善的，等等。老烤鸭相信大家多多回忆一下自己的人生经历就一定能够找到一件印象深刻的事情来陈述。最后，老烤鸭小编还是需要提醒大家，在看到这道题目之后先最好给自己一两分钟的时间打个草稿构思一下，然后进行口头演说，最后再参考老烤鸭给出的原创答案进行学习。
Describe a time when you changed your opinion
You should say
When it was
What the original opinion was
Why you changed it
And explain how you felt about it
A time I changed my opinion happened last spring, which was during the time when the coronavirus outbreak took place.
Well, before that spring, my opinion on higher education was that it’s just a waste of time and money. You know, we could have entered society earlier and gained more experience of the valuable things that only can be available out of school if we chose not to spend another year or two or even more of being a student at university. And, I thought that at the end of the day society was the true university. You know, I had seen many of my relatives who didn’t receive much education but still lived good lives, not to mention about Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg who were the most successful examples in the world.
Well, I changed my opinion totally because of the pandemic. You know, when the lockdown started to roll out, everyone was like in the middle of nowhere, especially for those who were working their butt off as the only breadwinner in the family. You know, this article is from Laokaoya website, getting laid off meant the entire family would hardly make ends meet. However, those who got higher education were way better than those who didn’t as the market always prefer applicants with strong educational backgrounds. And, it was observing this unprecedented situation that I had made a sudden change in my mind.
Well, the reason why I changed my idea was that I have experienced seeing friends and relatives struggle with the same obstacles and couldn’t make any changes at the moment. You know, I clearly remember a brother-in-law of mine said to me that how he wished he could have been a student for a longer time at college.
I definitely felt grateful that I changed my traditional idea. And, I also appreciate my parents who could support me financially and mentally to study abroad.
Part 3 追加问题
Do children like to change opinions?
When do people change opinions?
Who do people turn to for advice?
Do people like giving opinions about politics?