IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic 24 : Hours worked and stress levels amongst professionals in eight groups – Graph

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic 24 : Hours worked and stress levels amongst professionals in eight groups – Graph

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rosewings

Posted on May 10, 2016

HI,im having troubles with my writing task 1.can you help me to correct my mistakes in my writing. this is my writing on test 1 of Cambridge IELTS 10 book…its about the 2 pie charts given.. please correct my mistakes. thank you

WRITING TASK 1
the above given charts shows the household energy consumption and the house hold green house gas emissions in Australia.
main components given in the charts are Water heating, Heating, Refrigeration, Cooling, Lighting and other appliances.
from these components highest energy use is found in Heating (42%) whereas lowest is found in Cooling(2%)
however the emission of greenhouse gases is highest for Water heating (32%) and lowest for Cooling (3%)
the energy consumption for Water heating is also considerably higher with 32% when comparing with the energy consumption of other components except for heating which have consumption less than 20%
nevertheless the emission of green house gases for other appliances is also higher with 28% considering the other components which have emission less than 20%( except Water Heating)
however these charts depicts that the energy usage of each component is more or less connected to the emission of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere

thank you

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