IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic 01: Maximum number of Asian elephants – Graph

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic 01: Maximum number of Asian elephants – Graph

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bharath

Posted on May 22, 2022

The graph provides data on changes in the maximum population of Asian elephants across various countries compared to 1994 and 2007.

Overall, the population has declined compared to 1994, with more than half of the population decreasing in Malaysia and Thailand and still India holding the most number of elephants.

India has maintained its top position having around 7500 elephants in 2007, three-fourths compared to 1994. While countries like China and Cambodia showed an up-trend in population, it does not hold for the maximum number, which combined accounted around 2500.

While this period, Malaysia and Thailand are only left with 1200 each, which is half the population compared to 1994; countries such as Vietnam and Laos maintained their population without any significant growth or loss in numbers.

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Glen Brown

Glen Brown

Posted on May 23, 2022

Band Score: 5
The word count is less than the limit of 150 – 175 words
Use correct preposition
Past tense should have been used throughout the report

reiju

Posted on Mar 17, 2022

The bar diagram indicates the approximate highest population of Asian
elephants in the year 1997 and 2004 of 9 countries.
Overall, it can be observed that among all the mentioned Asian
countries, India has the maximum number of elephants in the both
mentioned years, whereas China has the least number of elephants.
The countries India, Myanmar, Thailand has the maximum number of
elephants in the year 1997, where India has nearly 10,000 elephants,
Myanmar has slightly over 5000 elephants, Thailand has considerably
above 2500 elephants. The countries Malaysia and Sri Lanka both have
slightly over 2500 elephants in the year 1997. Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos
and China have well under 2500 elephants in this year.
In the year 2004, the countries, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos and
China they all have below 2,500 elephants. India, Myanmar and Sri
Lanka have considerably more elephants, where India has about 7500
elephants, Myanmar has nearly 5000 and Sri Lanka has slightly over
2500 elephants.

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Glen Brown

Glen Brown

Posted on Mar 17, 2022

Band Score: 5

Capitalize words accordingly

Concentrate on the correct use of verb form, prepositions, and pronouns

Use punctuation wherever necessary

Past tense should have been used throughout the report

chiedza

Posted on Jan 13, 2022

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The bar graph summarizes how the ammount of elephants in the Asian continent has changed during a period starting from 1994 and ending in 2007.

Overal,some Asian states experienced a rise ,while some ,a drop in their elephant population .It should also be noted that ,one country ‘s proportion of elephants remained stable throught the time frame.

To begin with,India had the most elephants in the eastern continent throughout the whole period.In 1994 there were 10000 elephants in that asian country,however by 2007 this figure had dropped to 7500.Likewise,Malaysia and Thailand are also counties that experienced significant drops in their figures.There were 3000 and 3500 elephants in 1994 ,in Malaysia and Thailand respectively,but these figures dropped around 1000 in 2007.

On the other hand,Cambodia and China saw a slight increase in their elephant numbers during the course of the time.About 500 elephants were present in china in 1994 and this figure increased to around 1000 in 2007.Laos is the only country that had a stagnant number of elephants beteween 1994 and 2007.

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Y S SIVANARAYANA

Posted on Jul 29, 2021

Hi,
In the last paragraph, Cambodia, is not the only country, whose elephant population reversed, There’s China too.

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bichboom

Posted on Oct 30, 2016

Hi,
Could you please explain the sentence: “In the former, the number of elephants dropped as low as 1000.”. Thanks for your favor.

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Thuy Phan

Thuy Phan

Posted on May 3, 2020

In the former, the number of elephants dropped as low as 1000.
=> The number of elephants in Malaysia (the former indicates Malaysia) dropped as low as 1000.

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