IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic: Different sources of air pollutants – Line Graph

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic: Different sources of air pollutants – Line Graph

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Trần Nguyễn Gia Khang

Posted on Sep 26, 2022

The line graph illustrates sources of substances that can cause air pollution in the United Kingdom from 1990 to 2005. Overall, the total number of air pollutants has declined over the period, with the decrease of industrial sources is the most substantial.

In the period between 1990 and 1999, the overall figure of air pollutants slowly declined from 7 million tonnes to 4 million tonnes, before levelling out for the following 3 years. The figure then dropped by 1 million from 2002 to 2005. Next, after slightly reduced from 5.5 million tonnes to 5 million, the figure for industrial sources experienced a dramatic loss by 2 million tonnes. Then, the number continuously dwindled to 2 million in 2005.

Turning to transportation, the figure for transportation sources remained stable for the whole period with a million tonnes. In contrast, the number of domestic sources drastically fluctuated. Starting with 1 million, the figure modestly diminished to about 0.5 million tonnes in 1996, before rising back to 0.7 million in 1997 and fell again to almost 0 million in 2005.

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georgia

Posted on Mar 14, 2022

the given line graph depicts the information about how many people utilize the metro during the day, specifically at the beginning of 6. am and the ending at 10:00 p.m in Paris. Calibration of data is done in numbers.
Overall, it is seen from the chart, an increasing number of people use Paris metro station in the morning around 8.00 am and in the evening around 6.00 pm. In addition, there is no remarkable change for the midday hours from 12.00 am to 2.00 pm.
Furthermore, the number of people dramatically increase from 100 at 6.00 am to fourfold of it at 08.00 am. It is needless to say that, we can see the same figure for between 4.00 pm. and 6.00 pm. However, the numbers tend to decline after eight o’clock significantly at nearly 200 at ten o’clock. And the same trend as after 6.00 pm till 20.00 but at 100.

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Glen Brown

Glen Brown

Posted on Mar 15, 2022

Band Score: 5
use c2 vocabulary
Ensure capitalization of words

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