Describe a time when you changed your opinion IELTS cue card
Follow up Questions
Here are some examples of follow up questions that the examiner might ask during your speaking part 3 related to cue card “Describe a time when you changed your opinion IELTS cue card.”
1. Do children like to change opinion?
During the formative years, our opinions are short-term. As and when children have new experiences, based upon their understanding, they like to change their opinion.
2. Why do people change their opinion?
People usually go through the process of changing their opinion when they come across contrary evidence against their formerly held belief. If they decide on not changing it, they experience guilt. Hence, although they find it hard at the beginning, with time, they do change their opinion.
3. Who do young people turn to for advice?
Youngsters have too many questions in their minds, and they always strive hard to get
suitable answers for them. Based on the concerned matter, they usually take advice from parents, siblings, relatives, friends, teachers and colleagues.
4. Do people like giving an opinion about politics?
These days there is an overdose of politics based content through the medium of electronic and print media a large section of society has developed this habit of staying away from political decisions. Most of the people tend to stay away from such discussions. Hence, the percentage of those who would like to give an opinion on political scenarios is reducing.