he chart shows the number of mobile phones and landlines per 100 people in selected countries.
Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information given.
The supplied line graph shows data on the number of cell phone and land phone users in 6 countries of Europe and American region. As is observed from the presentation that the
number of land line users in Denmark, US and Canada are higher than the number of cell phone users in these countries. On the contrary, in Italy, Sweden, Denmark and Germany the cell phone users are higher in number than that of land phone users.
In Italy, Sweden, UK and Denmark almost 80-90 percent people use cell phone. Among these six countries, Italian people are highest in percent in terms of cell phone usages whereas the highest percentages of land phone users are found in Denmark which is almost 90%.
The difference between cellphone and land phone users is highest in Italy and in Denmark these two types of users are almost similar. The lowest number of land phone users can be found in Canada.
In summary, North America has more Land phone users than their cell phone users and most of the European people prefer to use mobile phones over land phones.
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第一 : 瞭解圖形資訊
第二 : 瞭解圖表中的資料
第一要找圖表或表格旁的標題或主題， 如此可以大概了解圖形的內容。第二要找出圖形中各項資料的關係，大部分的數據資料會用來顯示兩組或更多組資料之間的關係。通常，這些資訊會寫在標題欄和標題列上。第三找出資料的特徵和趨勢，例如 20xx年到20xx年，越來越少小孩被生出來之類的資訊走向。
第三 : 組織和構思文章
数据图表：a data graph图表, 曲线图/chart/diagram图解, 简图, 图表，示意图/illustration说明, 图解, 图示/table
直方图或柱形图：bar chart / histogram柱状图
趋势曲线图：line chart / curve diagram 曲线统计图
流程图或过程图：flow chart / sequence diagram
The table/chart diagram/graph shows (that)
According to the table/chart diagram/graph
As (is) shown in the table/chart diagram/graph
As can be seen from the table/chart/diagram/graph/figures,
figures figures/statistics统计资料 shows (that)...
It can be seen from the figures/statistics
We can see from the figures/statistics
It is clear from the figures/statistics
It is apparent from the figures/statistics
table/chart/diagram/graph figures (that)
Para1. This is a table / chart / (line线状 bar柱状 pie饼状)graph which
demonstrate / illustrate / reveal /depict /privide information about.............
(1)Obvious明显的; 显而易见的; 显然的/Apparent显然的, 明白的, 清晰可见的from the graph is that ...rank the first/highest, while/whereas但是, 然而,尽管....turn out to be the lowest最低的,最底下的,最小的
(2)It is exhibited显示出/shown in the table that.....
(3)It can be seen from the table that.....
(1)饼．柱图 A，which accounts for...%,ranks the first居世界第一; then next is
B with...%;followed by接着是C, constituting构成...%;finally最后it comes D.E.F at...%...%and...%respectively分别；各自；顺序为；依次为
(2)特殊变化（不变，增长或下降多的） ①It is worth mentioning值得一提that....
②It must be pointed out必须指出……that....
③More striking更令人吃惊is that....
Para4.To conclude总而言之/In conclusion最后, 综上所述/overall大体上, 总的来说
WRITING TASK 1
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The graph below gives information about cinema attendance in Australia between 1990 and the present, with projections to 2010.
Summaries the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words.
The graph shows percentages of cinema attendance at least once a year in Australia between 1990 to 2010 with projections for the future. The graph is described by 4 groups of different ages which are 14 to 24, 25 to 34, 35 to 49 and over 50 year olds. The youngest age group people have been going to cinema more than any other age groups and the percentage has been keeping very high at approximately90% since 1990. It is predicted to keep the high and to increase more from 2006.
The middle age groups’ people have enjoyed going cinema between 60% to 80%. The percentage of age 25 to 34 groups has been higher than the one of age 35 to 49 group but from 2006 the percentage of 25 to 34 year olds people will decrease while the one of 35 to 49 year olds people will increase and get higher than the other one. The oldest people seem to go cinema less than the other groups but the
percentage of the attendance has slightly going up by 15% from 40% to 55% between 1990 to 2004 and it will keep increasing to 60% by 2010.
Overall, it seems the younger age people, the more going to cinema.
This response addresses the requirements of the task and selects relevant material to describe. Key features and an overview are presented, although clearer highlighting, more support and a more comprehensive overview would be needed to reach a higher band. Information is well-organized and there is a clear overall
progression in the response. There is some effective use of cohesive devices, but only limited use of reference and substitution. The range of vocabulary is not wide, but it is adequate for the task. Control of word form and spelling is consistently good, although there are some clumsy noun phrases that indicate limited flexibility. The candidate attempts to use a mix of simple and complex sentences, but control is variable and grammatical errors or omissions are quite intrusive at times. Figures are poorly integrated into sentences and indicate evident limitations.
The bar chart shows how much money was spent on fast foods per week in the UK over a span of 20 years from 1970 to 1990 while the graph reveals the trend of fast food consumption over the same period of time.
As we can see from the chart, the weekly expenses of people of different income levels on hamburgers and fish and chips were relatively higher than that on pizza. The graph indicates that while hamburger and pizza consumption both revealed a general trend of increase, fish and chips showed a trend of fluctuation.
First, the weekly average expenses of high-income people and middle-income people were 42 pence and 33 pence respectively, a lot higher than that of low-income people which was 14 pence. As for fish and chips, high-income people spent relatively less, only 17 pence, but the expenses of middle-income and low-income groups reached 25 pence and 18 pence, much higher than their expenses on pizza which stood at 12 pence and 8 pence respectively. What is worth mentioning is the amount of money spent on pizza by high-income people which showed only 20 pence, 2 pence more than their expense on fish and chips.
Second, starting from averagely 85 grams per week in 1970, people’s consumption of hamburgers gradually grew to 100 grams in 1975 and was then followed by a faster growth, reaching more than 200 grams in around 1983. From then on, the growth gained a stronger momentum, hitting the peak across the board at 550 grams in 1990.
Third, the consumption of pizza revealed a similar trend of growth as that of hamburgers and could also be clearly cut into three periods, though the growth rate was not that fast. It rose slowly from 40 grams per week in 1970 to 80 grams in 1980 and then grew faster from 80 grams in 1980 to 130 grams in 1985. From 1985, the growth rate was even faster and we see a big increase from 130 grams to 280 grams.
Fourth, the consumption of fish and chips showed three changes in the general trend of fluctuation. From 1970 to 1975, it dropped slowly from the original 300 grams per week in 1970 to 280 grams in 1975. Later on, from 1975 to 1985, it dropped a little bit faster when it fell from 280 grams to 200 grams. From then on, it began to rise gradually and till 1990, it had climbed back to 240 grams.
To sum up, the consumption of the three above mentioned fast foods in Britain showed certain rises and falls as illustrated in the chart and graph over the designated 20 years.＋ 更多类似范文