IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic 20: Changes in spending habits of people in UK – Graph

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic 20: Changes in spending habits of people in UK – Graph

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Carolina

Posted on Jan 26, 2022

The pie charts illustrate changes in spending patterns of the UK’s populations in two years, 1971 and 2001.

Overall, it can be observed that food was the most significant sector people spent money on in 1971, while cars accounted for most of their spending thirty years later. The most dramatic change can be seen on the food sector which has shown a fall of 30 per cent of people’s spending during this time frame.

Also worth noting is that cars spending increased by just over a fifth and people spending habits on computers also demonstrated a growth of approximately 10%. Restaurant spending comprised of 7% in the first year and this figure doubled in 2001.

In contrast, all the other categories showed a decreased in its proportions; apart from food which had a substantial fall, the other sectors, books, petrol and furniture, showed only a minimal change by 5%, 2% and 1% respectively from 1971 to 2001.

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Carol

Posted on Jan 25, 2022

The pie charts illustrate changes in spendings patterns of the UK’s populations in two years, 1971 and 2001.

Overall, it can be observed that food was the most significant sector people spent money on in 1971, while cars accounted for most of their spendings thirty years later. The most dramatic change can be seen on the food sector which has shown a fall of 30 per cent of people’s spendings during this time frame.

Also worth noting is that cars spendings increased by just over a fifth and people spending habits on computers also demonstrated a growth of approximately 10%. Restaurant spendings comprised of 7% in the first year and this figure doubled in 2001.

In contrast, all the other categories showed a decreased in its proportions, apart from food which had a substantial fall, the other sectors, books, petrol and furtniture, showed only a minimal change by 5%, 2% and 1% respectively.

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Janice Thompson

Janice Thompson

Posted on Jan 27, 2022

Band score: 5

Concentrate on prepositions, articles, pronouns.

Kishan

Posted on Dec 23, 2016

Hi
Could you please send me the all the IELTS (academic) material related to January 2017 test regarding writing material for task 1 and task 2 both place sent me…
My email:- [email protected]

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