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2021年1-4月 雅思口语 Part 3 Topic 41 改变看法

 

Do children like to change opinions ?

Children tend to get influenced easily. Since they have not yet developed their critical thinking skills, more often than not, they change their opinions. Children may change their stand over time. As they go through physical, emotional, psychological and social development, they could have a more accurate picture of the world, from self-learning through exploration or from their parents through responsible parenthood.

When do people change opinions?

Our opinions change as we go through changes in our lives, such as changes in life plans, expectations, or simply with age. The more we go through in life, the more things we know, and sometimes these things could make us change our opinion regarding a certain matter. Ill take myself as an example, only when I am old enough that I realize the importance of family and understand the responsibility that it demands me to be a hardworking and loving person.

Who do young people turn to for advice?

People who have done more and gone through more are the individuals that young people turn to for help. The reason is, young people generally do not have that much experience in either field, so sometimes, they are anxious about their future. As someone who has gone through the same route possibly has more tips that can help shed a light, so young people want to ask them for advice to weigh in the options they’d take in the future.

Do people like giving opinions about politics?

Yes, at least people I have talked to are not scared of giving opinions on politics, but only in private settings. Sharing thoughts on politics is not a really big concern, as it only reflects the way we view the world. That being said, sharing political remarks in public space is not what I advise, because the complexity of politics will bring in many unexpected troubles regardless of the validity of the statement. I think this is what makes others reluctant to share their opinion. In my view though, giving opinions is part of freedom of speech, but advocating them publicly is another thing. When your intention collides with others, that is when you’d expect a knock on your door.

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