Academic IELTS Writing Task 1 Topic : ages of the populations of Oman and Spain – Pie Chart

The pie charts below give information on the ages of the populations of Oman and Spain in 2005 anf projections for 2055. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words Academic IELTS Writing Task 1 Topic 32

Model answer:

The pie charts show significant comparison of age groups in Oman and Spain. Initial statistics are concerning 2005 and some predictions about the ages of the populations are made referring to 2055.

It is apparent from the charts people who were under consisted half of the population of Oman in 2005. 48% and a negligible 4% of Oman population were 15-59 and 60 and over respectively. However, following a half century is assessed to bring staggering alteration of dominant positions in Oman population. Proliferation from 48% to 57% can be cited as example which will make 15 to 59 year old Oman people dominant in 2055.

However, in 2005, 62 percent of Spanish people were between 19 and 59. Predictions about that status illustrate not significant alterations in the dominance of age groups.

Overall, it is important to note that, in 2055, proportion of people under 14 will slide away in both countries. However, this trend will cause middle aged people to take over dominant position solely in Oman.

(169 words)

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