Academic IELTS Writing Task 1 Topic : Paris Metro station passengers – Line Graph

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The line graph shows Paris Metro station passengers. Summarise the information by selecting and report in the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words

Academic IELTS Writing Task 1 Topic 38

Model answer 01:

The line-graph indicates the number of people using a metro station in Paris over a given day of year.

The number of passengers rises sharply in the morning reaching a peak of 400 at 8 am. After the morning peak there is a steady drop to 300 at 9 am and less than 200 at 10 am. Between 10 am and 11 am there is a slight increase. The number plateaus just below 300 between 12 noon and 2 pm. In the afternoon, there is a decline in the number of citizens using the station to just 80 at 4 pm. The evening brings a huge increase from 200 at 5 pm to almost 400 at 6 pm. The number of passengers tapers off slightly after 6 pm, but falls quickly to 120 by 8 pm. After a small rise at 9 pm, the number tails off to 120 at 10 pm.

All in all, the time series show that the greatest number of passengers gather in the station early in the morning and also early in the evening.

(178 words)

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Model answer 02:

The line graph shows Paris Metro station passengers. Summarise the information by selecting and report in the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The line graph compares the number or passengers that metro station received in Paris from 6am to 10pm. It is clear that the highest number of people used the train between 8am and 9am, and between 18:00 and 19:00. By contrast, the time between 16:00 and 17:00 saw the lowest number of people using the service. The number of passenger rose dramatically from 100 at 6am to a peak of 400 around 8.30am. however, the figure dropped substantially by around 200 people by approximately 10am. From 10am to roughly 16:30, there was a fluctuation between 100 and 300 people, reaching the lowest number of people again at 16:00. More and more passengers started to take the train from 4pm to around 6.30pm, with the increase of 300 people. But the figure fell substantially fell to 100 passengers at 8.15pm. there was a slight increase of 100 people during one hour, but dropped around 90 people at 22:30. (181 words)

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Model answer 03: The line graph describes the number of passengers use the metro station during the day. The number of passengers reaches its peak twice a day that is 400 people. One is in the morning where people go to their work between 7:00 and 7:30. The other time is between 5:00 and 6:00 in the evening in which most of people return from work. In the morning around 6:00, the metro reaches its lowest number of passengers in which the number is only 100. Similarly, there’s a drop in the number at 3:30 pm and at 7:30 pm. Through the day, the number of passengers use the metro is tenuous. After 8 in the morning, there’s sharp drop where it reaches 200, then it rises again at 10:00 until it reaches 300 people at 11 a.m. The number remains the same for around three hours, then it faces another fall. Later at 8 in the evening, a noticeable increase after the huge drop to 100 to become twofold is followed by another drop at 10 p.m. (175 words)

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Model answer 04: The graph bar shows the amount spent on consumer goods during 2007 by five countries: Belgium, Spain, Austria and Britain. Overall, Britain scored the highest spending in all kinds of good amongst the other countries, whereas Belgium and Austria had the lowest spending. Britain got the highest spending in all goods compared to the other countries, and cameras had the highest money spending in Britain in which it was 170 thousand pounds. Similarly, Spain spent higher than Austria and Belgium in console games, outdoor game accessories, and cosmetics, whereas had the same spending with Austria in toys in which they spent around 158 thousand pounds. Austria and Belgium spent lesser than the other two countries in most of the goods. By comparison, Belgium spent higher in console games, outdoor game accessories and cosmetics. However, Austria spent higher than Belgium and Spain in books with around 156 thousand pounds and in cameras with around 166 thousand pounds per year. (158 words)

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