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Monday, November 13, 2017

IELTS Writing Section 1 Exercise Day 1: Single Line Graph

As of today, I will be going to post my IELTS writing exercise on my blog, feel free to give a comment, critique or advice. It will be really helping me in my IELTS training especially in writing. If you feel that my grammar is still bad, please let me know. Thank you.

In my first day of the writing exercise, I have to make a writing about describing a graph/chart/table with a minimum of 150 words per writing. So, let’s start shall we, the graph that can be seen below is about the unemployment rate figures amongst age groups of women.


The Unemployment Figures Amongst Women(There will be no title when you’re on IELTS Writing Section Test)



The graph shows/describes/reveals  the rate of unemployment amongst women from 8 different age group. It can be seen/It can be clearly seen that there’s two age group that has highest unemployment rate from the graph, the first highest unemployment rate is in the age group of 45 and the second highest is in the group of 18.
As is shown/according to the graph/as can be seen from the graph, between the age group of 18, 20, 25, 30 and 35, the youngest age group has the most/the largest rate of unemployment women than the rest (about 15%). 20-years old women have lower figures than the 18 years old women (about 10%). The graph keeps decreasing/falling/dropping from group 18 to 35 with the lowest employment rate in the age group of 25 and 35 (about 5% each). Between the age group of 25 to 35, there is a group of age 30 where there is a slight increase in the unemployment rate that reaches 6 percent in that group.
The peak/the highest/the largest value of employment rate is recorded amongst the group of 45 years old women, and all the remaining groups after that have much lower figures: 8% at age 55 and 9% at age 65.
To sum up, the figures of most female age groups are relatively uniform and change from 5 to 9%, with rare exception such as/from the age group of 18 and 45 years old women.




So that’s it, please let me know if there’s some bad grammar in there. I really appreciate your comment, critique and advice that you can give to me. Thank you and see you next time.

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