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IELTS Graph Writing Task - Make Grammatical Corrections

By Admin at March 12, 2012 18:03
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IELTS Academic Exam is taken by students for admissions in British, New Zealand, Austrlia, Canada and US colleges and universities

Graph Writing Task 1

Following are some common mistakes Academic students do while writing.


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1. In 1994 to 2004 there were a continuos increase in the people which went to North America.

2. 23 Book club member prefferred reading fiction.

3. From 2003 23 percent of the graduates earning less than the national average.

4. In 1990 2000 people was unemployed.

5. In 2009 there were a lake in the wsetern region.

6. The percentage of water used agriculture sector were 90.

7. 17 hours was spend by people in reading books on a month.

8. During 1994 there was a factory but in 2000 it were converted into skyscrapers.

9. After being converted into liquid two by products was produced.

10. The area of woodland were convert into golf club.

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IELTS-Tips: Writing A Pie Chart In Task 1 For IELTS

By Admin at May 11, 2011 00:20
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Sample Graph Writing In IELTS


The graph writing is Task 1 in the 1 hour exam and 20 minutes should be spent on the same. You are supposed to write a minimum of 150 words and your range may go to 180 words maximum.

Sample Question:

The chart below shows the percentage of school leavers entering higher education (i.e. college and universities), and graduate earnings 1 year after graduation.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least 150 words.


1987: 14%                                                                2007: 35%



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IELTS-Skills: IELTS Sample Line Graph Writing

By Admin at April 26, 2011 18:19
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Question: The below mentioned graph describes the cinema attendtance by age in Britain. Write a report with minimum 150 words explaining the trends.


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Model Answer

In general cinema attendance increased significantly from 1984 to 2000. However, the number of people watching films at the cinema varies with age. Since 1984, cinema attendance has risen considerably across all age groups, but the increase was greatest for the 15-24 age group, which rose from about 18% in 1984 to over 50% in 2000. Though the figures fluctuated between 1990 and 1995 this age group still went to the cinema more than any other group.

There was also a substantial rise in cinema attendance among older people (35 plus). In this case the figures increased over this period from about 2% to over 10%. Cinema attendance of 7 to 14 and 25 to 35-year-olds followed a similar pattern from 1984 to about 1997, which was characterized by a gradual increase until about 1994 followed by a decline after this date. However, from 1999 the trends differed in that 7 to 14-year-olds went to the cinema less frequently while cinema attendance of 25 to 35-year-olds was on the increase.

To conclude, it is clear that the younger generation liked giong to cinema more as compared to elders.


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