IELTS Table Chart : How to describe a table in IELTS writing task 1?

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IELTS Table Chart : How to describe a table in IELTS writing task 1?

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What is a table in IELTS?

A table is a visual information which contains words, numbers or signs, or a combination of these, displayed in columns and rows to illustrate some data and the relationship between them.

What are some of the linking words that can be used, when describing a table?

“Overall”, “From this perspective”, “On the other hand”, “in terms of”, “as opposed to” etc are some of the examples.

What is the structure for interpreting a table?

Introduction/ Overview Body paragraphs – Detailed explanation using data from the table

In how many words, can we describe the table?

Not less than 150 words.

Can I give my opinion on the table?

No. You only have to summarize the facts given on the table.

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