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IELTS Writing Task 1 Topic:
The diagram below show how leather goods are produced. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and making comparisons where relevant.
Identifying the illustration: Process
Paraphrase the question – using the different words to describe what kind of information the diagram shows
BODY First stage : Hang out the hide on a line => Dry  Transported by lorry => processing  Submerged in vats of soap and water => washed + soaked in lime  Sent to a large rolling machine => smoothed and flattened  Submerged in a liquid called tannin  small rollers are moved over the surface => produce a shine  transported to a different factory => leather products
BAND 8.0+ SAMPLE ANSWER:
The diagram shows the different stages in the process of converting an animal hide into leather goods.
The first stage is to hang out the hide on a line, in the open air to dry. After this, it is transported by lorry to the factory for processing. On arrival, it is submerged in vats of soap and water, and washed and then transferred to another vat where it is soaked in lime. Having been cleaned in this way, the hide is then sent to a large rolling machine where it is smoothed and flattened. In the next stage, it is submerged in a liquid called tannin, which is a mixture of vegetable matter and water. This is followed by the polishing stage where small rollers are moved over the surface to produce a shine. The leather is then transported to a different factory where it is manufactured into the leather products we see in the shops, for example, shoes, handbags and sports equipment.
- Smoothed and flattened
- Polishing stage
- Leather products
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