雅思口语part2话题卡：Describe a subject you used to dislike but now have interest in 描述以前不喜欢但现在感兴趣的学科
Describe a subject you used to dislike but now have interest in
You should say:
What the subject is
Why you disliked it
What you are interested in now
And explain why you become interested in it
I would like to talk about Classical Chinese, which was a subject that I hated in middle school but now favor the most.
Actually, we had our Classical Chinese course since the first day our middle school, it’s been quite a while. But I somehow couldn’t pick up any interest from it. It might be the reason that my Chinese teacher was extremely harsh to us, you know, she sometimes punished students by not allowing them to have dinner if we didn’t manage to recite the entire piece of article learned from the last course, which was quite discouraging and made me feel sick about learning Chinese.
This kind of reluctance in learning Chinese has been with me for years until I came to study in college, where I got much exposure to Classical Chinese literature in different genres. This Chinese literature, especially during the early period of the Republic of China, has enabled me to have a bigger picture of the world. This article is from Laokaoya website. For example, John C.H. Wu, who was a Chinese jurist and writer, wrote some annotations for Tao Te Ching and other traditional Chinese work, which helped me discover the beauty of Chinese and the culture behind the language.
I think the main reason why I become interested in this subject is that I have realized the power of the Chinese language. It is a language that helped contain a lot of ancient Chinese wisdom. But, unfortunately, it seems that most of the Chinese people don’t know much about it, and they lost direct contact with those wise ancestors.
Part 3 追加问题
Do you think learning many subjects at one time is better or learning one subject is better?
Do you think learning many subjects is beneficial to your work?
What subjects are more practical to learn nowadays?
Do you think all teachers should have entertaining teaching styles?