IELTS Writing Task 1 Test on 3rd February 2018 with Band 8.0-9.0 Sample

IELTS Writing Task 1 Test On 3rd February 2018 With Band 8.0-9.0 Sample

This page shows how you are supposed to write the report for the table or chart given in a systematic way and to get a good IELTS Band score in the examination.

Table and Pie chart showing household income

Task 1: The information below gives details about household income and spending on food and clothes by an average family in one UK city in 2010 and 2013.

IELTS Writing Task 1 Test On 3rd February 2018 With Band 8.0-9.0 Sample

Report Plan :

Paraphrase: gives details about>shows, illustrates; spending>expenditure. Write one sentence for each type of diagram.

Summary/overview paragraph: (1) total family income fell (2) percentage spent on fruits and vegetables rose significantly in 2013.

Paragraph 3: total household income fell; the proportion spent on food and clothes rose (see the table).

Paragraph 4: Compare spending on clothes (% falls) with spending on fruits and vegetables/dairy products (% increases).

Paragraph 5: Compare spending on ‘other food and drink’ (stable) and meat and fish (% decreases).

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Report :

The table shows total family income per household in a UK city in 2010 and 2013, together with specific expenditure on food and clothes. The pie chart illustrates how spending on food and clothes was broken down into 5 categories.

Overall, it is clear that total income fell in 2013, whereas spending on food and clothes increased from the 2010 figure. The proportion spent on fruits and vegetables rose sharply in 2013.

Total household income saw a significant fall, from £29,000 in 2010 to £25,000 in 2013. Despite this overall decline, expenditure on food and clothes rose by £1000, to reach £15,000 by 2013

Taking this expenditure on food and clothes, the proportion spent on clothes decreased from 22% in 2010 to 12% in 2013. In terms of spending on food, there was a notable increase in the figure for fruits and vegetables, from 20% to 35%. The proportion spent on dairy products also rose, reaching 20% in 2013.

In contrast, while the percentage spent on other food and drink remained the same at 18%, the figure for spending on meat and fish fell significantly from 25% in 2010 to 15% in 2013.

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