IELTS Table & Bar Chart – Best Vocabulary

IELTS Table & Bar Chart – Best Vocabulary

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IELTS Table & Bar Chart Best Vocabulary

IELTS Table & Bar Chart Best Vocabulary

IELTS Table & Bar Chart - Best Vocabulary
IELTS Table & Bar Chart – Best Vocabulary

Do not describe all the presented data. Present the main points of each feature. Candidates should make sure regarding the presentation of each feature.

  • Look for significant data; e.g. The highest the lowest etc.
  • Try and group the data. This may require candidates to use some general knowledge about the world, such as recognizing developed and devolving countries
  • Making a plan: candidates should always ask themselves these kinds of questions before they write. Their  task one to make quick plan

PLAN

Topic – standard of living, 5 countries

Language – comparison

Time/tense– 1982- past

Overview– which country has the best quality of life and which has the worst.

   For example –USA for higher.

Groups- USA highest, Egypt, indo- similar, Bangladesh- very low

1.Inspection of the data in the first table clearly shows:

  • It is apparent from this table that considerable….
  • In the third column, there is a distinct trend of….
  • What stands out in the table is….
  • Closer inspection of the table shows….
  • As the table shows, there is a significant decrease…
  • There is a significant difference between column A and column B, most notably…
  • As inspection of the data in the table reveals that….

2. What stands out in this table…

  • ………. Is the general pattern of ……………
  • ………. Is the difference between…………..
  • ………..is the wide disparity between………..
  • …………is the rapid increase of……………….
  • ………….is the growth of…………………
  • …………. Is the high rate of…….

Sentences

  • The figure of 1999 is almost three times more than 2010.
  • The figure of 2011 is exactly four time less than 2010.
  • It is clear that the figures between 2001 and 2010 are broadly in the same range.

Grouping

  • The figures between 1999 and 2000 are very similar to those of prior year.
  • The figures in column A and B are almost identical.

Example related to future tense (2035)

It is estimated that in the 20 years from 2015, the total population of the UK will grow by almost 10 million from 64.8 million in 2015 to 73.2 million in 2035.

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IELTS Table & Bar Chart Best Vocabulary
IELTS Table & Bar Chart – Best Vocabulary
  • Introduction paragraph
  • The overview
  • Body paragraphs
  • Support sentences with data
  • Complex sentences: candidates must write task 1 using a range of complex sentences.

Example:

  1. In terms of the source of fish importation Canada supplied the overwhelming majority in 1988 (60%) compared to china and other countries which provided only 13% and 27% respectively.
  2. Likewise, imports from China rose by just under double over the period. In 2000
  3. Conversely, by 1992, other countries had replaced Canada as the main supplier and made up 46% of all imports in 1992 and 42% by 2000.

IELTS Table & Bar Chart – Best Vocabulary

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