IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic: Water Cycle – Diagram

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic: Water Cycle – Diagram

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Vivek Rajput

Posted on Mar 9, 2022

The chart illustrates the circulation of water in nature.
Overall, it is clear that there are three primary stages in this process, beginning with water evaporation and the formation of a cloud. The next step shows the water‘s journey after falling to the ground, and the process ends with saltwater intrusion.
At the first step of the process, water evaporates into the air, as a result of the sun’s heat. It is estimated that 80% of total water vapour is taken from the ocean. Following this, a cloud is formed by the condensation of water vapour.
In the next stage, the heavy clouds cause rain or snow. Water from the precipitation partly pours into the lakes or is absorbed into the ground. The surface runoff, which is made from rainwater, creates the groundwater and then flows back to the ocean without reaching the impervious layer. The final stage of the process is saltwater intrusion, where water from the ocean moves to the freshwater aquifers.

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Glen Brown

Glen Brown

Posted on Mar 10, 2022

Band Score: 5
use c2 vocabulary

manasa

Posted on Mar 6, 2022

The flow diagram represents the periodic movement of water.
In overview, it is lucid that there are three crux stages involved in this natural process which is a perennial periodic flow. The process starts from evaporation of water and then soon heavy clouds are formed for rain and snow based on the weather condition in that place at last those frozen and unfrozen droplet reaches moana.
In the first stage, water gets vaporized from ocean due to the heat produced from sun waves here nearly more than half amount of water getting evaporated in air which is condensed by cloud. At the next stage, the formation of cloud is happened by using those waters and also it is started pouring some amount of the water as rain in the lakes or on the land and as snow in the peak of hill where it get freeze due to the temperature . In the final stage, some quantity of underground water from surface ran into the salt water intrusion before reaching ocean without penetrating into the impervious layer.

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Glen Brown

Glen Brown

Posted on Mar 7, 2022

Band Score: 5
The word count is exceeding the limit of 150 words
Concentrate on the use of tenses
Put punctuation wherever necessary

dszsa

Posted on Feb 10, 2022

The diagram illustrates the circulation of water on Earth.

Overall, the process begins with exaporation and ends with salt water intrusion.

First, the heat from the sun causes the sea to evaporate and around 80% of water vapour is from the sea. After the water vapour travels up the air and condenses. The condensed water vapour accumulates and eventually forms a cloud.

Subsequently, precipitation occursa and water rains from the cloud onto the mountains which creates lakes, snows and also surface runoff. Water absorbed by trees and the ground sink and combine with surface runoff to become groundwater flowa back into the ocean without reaching the impervious layer. Finally, before the water reaches the ocean, saltwater intrusion occurs.

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Janice Thompson

Janice Thompson

Posted on Feb 11, 2022

Band score: 5

Take care of spellings.

prakash

Posted on Mar 31, 2019

Outstanding sample
It’s really Helpful !!!

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