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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

IELTS Writing Section 1 Exercise Day 2: Double Line Graph


In this day 2, 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 Writing Section 1, I have to make a writing about describing a graph/chart/table with a minimum of 150 words per writing. I should spend about 20 minutes on this task/exercise. So, let’s start shall we, the graph that you see below shows the amounts spent on apparel on the internet in USA and Japan Between 1999 and 2003. (write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.)

Amounts Spent on Apparel on the Internet in USA and Japan 

                The graph compares the amount of money that has been spent online on apparel in the United States of America (USA) and Japan starting from 1999 and until 2003. It can be seen/It can be clearly seen/it is clear that at first Japanese buyers were spending much more many than Americans did in 1999 and 2000 but as the years went by the spending habits between two countries became almost identical with each other.
                According to/Based on the graph, In the year of 1999, Japan was spending on apparel almost twice as much as USA (10 million versus 5 million of dollars). In the following year, apparel expenses of both Japan and USA kept growing even bigger to 12 and 10 million respectively. It is shown that the amount of money that the USA has been spent in apparel almost as much as/at the same level with Japan.
                The later year in 2001, the amount of money spent on apparel plunged in both countries. The year of 2001 is the only year when expenses dropped/plunged/fallen in Japan and USA. There is an interesting thing that happened in this year, the amount of money spent in the USA were slightly higher/just over the top than Japan which the USA spent 8 million and Japan reached the bottom of 7 million.
                After the sudden drop in the year of 2001, two following years, 2000 and 2003 showed a rapid increase in apparel sales in both countries. In 2002 the USA spent about 19 Million and Japan numbers were very close to 18 million. Online apparel sales became even more popular in 2003, pushing the figures higher to the peak value of 20 Million in both Japan and USA.

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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