本次题库为大家带来雅思口语Part2&Part3部分2018年1-4月新题之事件类话题：个人的成功经(Describe the most
successful thing you did in your
Part2&Part3 新题部分—— 事件类：个人的成功经历
Describe the most successful thing you did in your memory.
You should say:
What you did
When you did it
What difficulties you faced/How you did it
And how you felt when you were successful
How to measure a person's success?
Do you think the way people gain success has changed?
How do you define success?
How to reward successful people?
What's the most difficult thing you have ever done?
What qualities does a person need to be successful?
Is failure a necessary thing in people's life?
Speaking of the most successful thing I ever did, I’d like to talk about a social welfare activity I took part in when I was in high school, which later became something I am really proud of.
At that time, the local government of my hometown was planning to build a shopping mall in a public park, sacrificing people’s welfare to gain itself more profits. Some of us high school students found out what the government was up to the moment we saw a group of loggers destroying the trees in that park, trampling on the rights of local people. Without hesitation, we decided to protest against the government’s wrong doing this time, even though we all knew how hard it would be for someone like us to stand up against such a powerful authority.
In the beginning, there were only a few people on board, mostly students from my high school. In order to make this thing work, we then made some flyers, gave them out to some of the citizens living nearby, and that’s how we started to draw attention. Having learned about the government’s mischievous doing to the park, people from nearby communities started to get involved. In no more than three days, up to about 40 people joined our group, among which are teachers, retired military officers, housewives and students like us.
After having discussed about how we are going to make the government stop its abhorrent doing, we first went to a local newspaper, told their stuff about our concerns on the government’s doing to that park. Later, we went to the local police station, met some politicians and social works there, presented to them our views on how the authority’s planning on the park is going to harm people’s welfare. Thanks to our hard efforts, they finally put a halt to what was going on with those beautiful trees in that park.
To be frank, it was not easy to fight against such a powerful authority and we had been struggling for nearly 6 months. Through this event, I learned how to stand up for justice, and that’s something I’ll always hold dear to.