Percentage of Water Used for Different Purposes in Six Areas of the World- Pie Chart
In IELTS Writing task 1 of the Academic section, there will be a visual representation or a diagram on which you have to write a paragraph. One of these visual representations may be pie charts. Given below is a pie chart question with sample answer that will help you to practise and get a good score.
The charts below show the percentage of water used for different purposes in six areas of the world.
You are advised to spend about 20 minutes on this task.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
You should write at least 150 words.
Percentage of water used for different purposes in six areas of the world.
Paraphrase: Paraphrase the topic sentence using synonyms.
Overview: Mention the main features of the pie charts and give an overview of the information provided.
Paragraph 1: Elaborate on the usage of water in different parts of the world.
Paragraph 2: Elaborate on the usage of water in different parts of the world.
The given pie charts depict the various categories of water utilization in six different regions of the world.
The agricultural sector is the dominant user of water in most of the countries represented. Industrial use makes up for the majority of water consumption in North America and Europe.
Agricultural use of water contributes significantly to the total water consumption across the six regions mentioned. In Africa, Central Asia and South East Asia, agricultural use contributes more than 80% of the total water use, whereas industrial and domestic water consumption contributes less than 20% to the total across all the three regions.
In North America and Europe, the water usage trends are quite similar, with close to 50% of the total water consumption being done by the industrial sector. Around 30% – 40% of the water is used by agriculture and around 15% for domestic use for both these regions. For South America, agricultural use of water is 71% of the total, and industrial and domestic use make up for 19% and 10% of the total, respectively.