Talk About a Positive Change in Your Life: Recent Speaking Test

Talk about a positive change in your life. You should say:

  • What was the change? (Answered in Past Tense)
  • When does it happen? (Answered in Past Tense)
  • How does it happen? (Answered in Past Tense)
  • And explain why it was a positive change. (Answered in Past Tense)

Sample 1

Nowadays, people are very busy, and due to overwork, they become stressed; resultantly, they don’t feel happy. Similarly happened to me when I got depressed after my IELTS result, and at that time, one of my pen pals motivated me by telling me to watch a secret movie which is based on the experiences of different people who have got success after changing their attitude towards life. So on his recommendations, I watched; it was a turning point in my life. I felt a sense of confidence, and I believe in my abilities. Moreover, I consider it a positive change because after experiencing Vibrant energy in myself, I started to deliver motivational speeches through social media and inspired other people. So in this way, I also enhanced my knowledge after consulting with different people. So this was a change that I felt after meeting my pen pal, who turned me into an optimistic person.

Sample 2

In life, we all experience negative and positive changes at a point in time. Sometimes, whether positive or negative, we learn a lot from them. I remember when I was in Senior High School, I was intelligent, but there were other students who were more intelligent than me. And I remember a friend called Richard who used to learn by heart. He will take a book to read when a teacher isn’t in class; meanwhile, the rest of the course will make a lot of noise. I started imitating him by reading my books when my teacher wasn’t in class, and the change I had in my studies was unprecedented. It reflected in my results, and I was very proud of myself and Richard.

Follow-ups of Talk About a Positive Change in Your Life: Recent Speaking Test

Question 1:- Is your country changing rapidly?

Answer 1:- No, my country isn’t changing that much because we, the citizens, have been expecting so much development from the government, but it seems nothing positive is happening over a long period.

Answer 2:- Yes, my country is changing rapidly due to advancements in technology as well as changing attitudes toward the people.

Question 2:- How is your country changing?

Answer 1:- The aspect of my country where there’s a massive change is the public itself. Each individual has a change of mindset, which was not so in the past.

Answer 2:- It is progressing by leaps and bounds. People are educated and hard workers, so they are changing their country with new inventions and techniques.

Question 3:- Do you believe that your country’s changes are positive?

Answer 1:- I will say some of my country’s changes are quite positive. However, the majority of the changes are negative.

Answer 2:- Well, some changes I can say are very beneficial for the people while other changes are not for the benefit of the people. Suppose I talk about some rules and regulations the government makes that are revolted by the common people because they consider it crushing their human rights bit, on the other hand. In that case, development in the case of constructional work such as bridges, ring road and public places are good for people.

Question 4:- Do you think change is good?

Answer 1:- Change is a beneficial thing to every individual and the country as a whole. But changing positively is much better than changing towards the negative side.

Answer 2:- Yes, of course, change is always good because when people experience changes, then it’s a turning point in their life to do better than earlier, and it fills boundless energy in them.

Question 5:- What are some of the major changes that usually occur in people in their lives?

Answer 1:- There are lots of changes that usually occur in people’s life. For example, so may change their bad habits, and others might change their living statuses by getting better employment opportunities.

Answer 2:- Well, there are many changes that people experience, and everything is big in itself, but changes related to marriage, getting a job, and getting stuck in a problem are the biggest ones in everyone’s life, and people try to solve them either with the consultation of the elder ones or with their own experiences.

Question 6:- Is it essential for people to make changes according to their surroundings?

Answer 1:- It is indispensable for people to change towards their external environment as this has a negative effect on our health when not done.

Answer 2:- Yes, it is very important for people to bring some changes in their life according to their surroundings because it is necessary for a person’s survival. If they don’t bring any change or make any adjustments in their life, they will feel depressed and can’t enjoy their life.

Question 7:- Is negative change always bad?

Answer 1:- No, I believe negative changes sometimes have something good in them as it allows you to learn from your past experiences.

Answer 2:- Definitely, it is always bad because a negative change or a negative attitude always brings disappointment and deprives people of getting success. If people have a negative change, he or they will behave accordingly, make an aura around themselves or themselves, and find it challenging to come out of that aura.

Question 8:- In which age group our personality changes the most?

Answer 1:- I believe during the adolescence stage of our lives that our personality changes so much since it’s during this time when we reach self-identity.

Answer 2:- Teenage is the age in which our personality changes a lot because people experience behavioural as well as physiological changes. So they are unable to understand what is happening to them. At such an age, they undergo tremendous changes.

Question 9:- How constant learning brings positivity to our lives?

Answer 1:- Learning actually positively changes our lives faster. As you learn, you avail yourself of change which eventually takes effect.

Answer 2:- Constant learning brings positivity to our life because people stay away from negative thoughts. They set their mind to receive only positive information, so their mind does not let them think about negative ideas. They remain under the influence of motivational speakers and videos. So they behave accordingly.

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