IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic: The development of cutting tools in the stone age – Diagram
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Paraphrase: diagram>illustration; shows>demonstrates;
Overview: The presented illustration demonstrates the cutting stone tool and how it transformed from 1.4 million years ago to 800 thousand years ago.
Paragraph 2: (1) Talk about how the tool was 1.4 million years ago. Give explanation.
Paragraph 3: (1) Talk about how the tool was 800 thousand years ago. Give explanation.
The presented illustration demonstrates some of the first cutting stone tools ever invented and how they transformed and improved over the course of human civilization – from 1.4 million years ago to 800 thousand years ago. It is clear that the same tool underwent radical changes and turned sharper, better and more effective through the ages.
The stone tool made 1.4 million years ago was more rounded at the top and bottom edges. From the front and the back view of the tool, it is clear that the diameter in the middle was almost 5 cm, and towards the top and bottom, it was around 3 cm wide. The side view shows that the tool was wider in the middle, with a diameter of approximately 3 cm, and it tapered towards the top, and the bottom ends. The back of the stone had fewer cuts than the front, and they were also particularly sharp or fine, decreasing their overall capabilities.
800 thousand years ago, this tool developed into a sharper, more refined one. The front and the back view show that the maximum diameter of the tool was the same as in the older tool, but it was more towards the lower side. The bottom tapered into a 1 cm point, but the top tapered more sharply into a 1 cm point. The side view clarifies that it was much lesser in width (1.5 cm) than the older tool. The stone was more chiseled than the previous one.
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