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  • Academic Task-1 ( pie chart)

    Posted by Falak on August 27, 2021 at 4:40 PM

    The chart below gives information about the household percentage of spending on essential goods in China for the years 1995 and 2011

    Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

    Tauqir replied 5 hours, 17 minutes ago 29 Members · 56 Replies
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  • Arjun

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    The two pie charts illustrate the information in proportion about the household expenditure on necessities from 1995 to 2011 in China.

    Overall, it can be seen clearly that food was the major expense for people of china, which was accounted for over the half of the budget in both the years while others like clothing, medicine and household goods were the least in household expense.

    To begin with, money spent by people on Medicine was comprised of 4% in 1995 which got raised by 5% of difference in 2011. Likewise, expenditure on other household goods in the first year was 9% which increased with a slight difference of 3% in 2011.

    With regards in decreasing order, there was a higher proportion in 1995 (19%) which went down with a minimal difference in 2011 (18%). Whereas, food item was the most popular and basic necessity for people to buy which sharply went down with highest difference of 9% within both the years (i.e 1995 and 2011 respectively).

    • Falak

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      August 27, 2021 at 7:03 PM
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      introduction : from 1995 to 2011 (in 1995 and 2011)

      while others like clothing, medicine and household goods were (medicine) was the least in household expense./ while others like clothing, medicine and household goods had measurable changes in both the years

      which got raised by 5% (7%)of difference in 2011

      With regards in decreasing order, (Clothing) had a higher proportion in 1995 (19%) which went down with a minimal difference in 2011 (18%)

      Feedback : analyse the data carefully . Use variety of structure

      Band : 1.5/3

  • Aniket

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    The two pie charts illustrates the proportion of budget on household necessities for four categories, for a particular country China, in two years 1995 and 2011. Overall, it can be seen that the budget had increased gradually for medicine and household necessities, while food and clothing holds a major and significant proportion respectively for both the years.

    As it can be explicitly observed that, the budget on food products had declined about 9 percent in the last 16 years. On the other hand, there was a marginal fall in clothing by merely a percent.

    With regards to the remaining groups, both household goods and medicine increased slightly. In the year 1995, medicine comprised of a tiny fraction, while it increased slightly to roughly about one in ten in the year 2011. Similarly, household goods rose from about 9 percent to just over a tenth.

    In conclusion, spends grew in the last 16 years for medicine and household goods. While, a marginal fall was observed in food and clothing.

    • Aniket

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      @admin could you kindly evaluate my writing.

    • Falak

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      The two pie charts illustrates (illustrate)

      Overall needs to be a separate paragraph

      There is no requirement of writing conclusion in writing task-1

      While, a marginal fall was observed in food and clothing. (food didn’t fall with marginal difference rather fell dramatically)

  • Anuj

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    The given charts provide the data regarding household percentages of budget on essential goods of China in 1995 and 2011. At first glance, it can be easily seen that the Food category comprised more than half of the budget in 1995 and 2011, Whereas the Medicine category, couldn’t make it up to even one-fifths of the budget in 1995 and 2011.

    The Food category has played utmost importance in China’s household expenses in 1995 and 2011. Its percentage stood 68% and 59 % in 1995 and 2011. Though this percentage plummeted by approximately 16 % in 2011 for the Food category in comparing to the Food category in 1995. But the significant growth has been shown by Medicine category in 2011 reaching from 4% to 11%.

    Whilst, an increase in percentage can be seen in Household goods category. However, the percentage has risen by 3 % which stood well below that of the Medicine category which escalated by 7 % in 2011.

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      @admin Request to evaluate my writing

  • Jitendra

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    The given pie charts represent the percentage of household budget for necessities items in China for two different years 1995 and 2011. Overall, maximum money was spent on food in both years whereas least amount of budget was spent in medicine.

    Looking in details, people spent 68% of their budget on food items in 1995 which was decreased by 9 % in 2011. The budget spent on clothing was almost same which was 19% and 18% in 1995 and 2011 respectively.

    Whereas less budget was spent on medicine and houhold goods. The budget allocated for medicine was only 4% in 1995 which is the least of total and this was more than doubled in 2011 and increased to 11%. Moreover, people spent 9% of budget in household goods in 1995 which was rose by 3 % in 2011.

    • Falak

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      Feedback :

      Overall needs to be a separate paragraph.

      budget was spent in (on) medicine

      Whereas less budget (small portion of overall budget) was spent on medicine and houhold goods

      Task -1 should have 150 words minimum (must) ; these are only 138 words .

      Band : 1.5/3

  • Elena

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    The pie charts show data regarding the household share of investing on essential items in China from 1995 to 2011 .These categories are calculated in percentages.

    Overall, the food was the major expense in both charts in China in the last 16 years , after food , clothing is followed by necessity ,while categories such as household goods and medicine were not in such a priority.
    First of all , percentage of food in the 1995 was more than two third , but dramatically decreased in 2011 by approximately 9%.However ,the chart show that second large expense were on clothing, which starts from 19% and observed marginal drop of 1% through 16 year period .


    On the other hand , money spent by people on medicine jumped from 4% in 1995 to a minority in 2011, while household goods made a moderate change and increased from 9% to 12% through the years.

    • Falak

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      from 1995 to 2011 (in 1995 and 2011)

      the chart(S) show that second large expense(s) were on clothing,

      , money spent by people on medicine jumped from 4% in 1995 to a minority (minor increment) in 2011

      Word limit needs to be maintained (minimum 150words)

      Band: 2/3

  • Annie

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    • Falak

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      china (China- proper noun)

      the percentage of medicine is (was) 4%

      budget were (was) spend (spent)

      in 2011, it decreased by marginal difference of 1% (read the data carefully)

      It reduces ( reduced) – maintain the tense throughout

      Even though the budget is reduced, it has highest percentage -?

      Band: 1.5/3

  • Sai

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    December 17, 2021 at 9:24 AM
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    The two pie charts throws light on the percentage of consumption of the essential goods like food,clothing,medicines for the year 1995 and 2011 in china

    Now we can observe the drastic fall in the spending on food items which is a decrease of 9% and we can also observe large increase in the medicine consumption which might be due to decrease in spending on food items.But there is not much variation in the spending on the clothing goods and same is the case with household goods which is mearly a 3% fall in these sixteen years gap

    Overall it reflects the change in the lifestyle of people of China in between the years 1995 and 2011,people increased their spending on medicines and decreased their spending on food and there is slight variation in the spending on the clothing and household goods.

    • Falak

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      The two pie charts throws (throw)

      we can also observe large increase in the medicine consumption which might be due to decrease in spending on food items ( we can’t infer from pie chart that one is affecting the other consumption)

      mearly (merely)

      need to add more grouping and comparison of data

      Band : 1.5/3

  • Shivani

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    In this essay we will compare the for the years 1995 to 2011, the percentage of household spending on necessary goods in China. The pie charts show data patterns in four key categories food, clothing, medicine, households.

    The biggest percentage of money spent on food is evident from the entire data. Medicine, on the other hand, receives a smaller share of the budget.

    As can be seen from the graph, China spent the maximum amount of money on food in 1995, accounting for 68 percent, and then rapidly declined to 59 percent in 2011. Clothing and on the other hand, had a percentage of 1995, with 19% and 18%, respectively in 2011 so they was not a huge change.

    However, medicine has a huge rise in the years as it was 4% in 1995 and, in 2011 a comparable share of the money was spent with an 11%.

    Lastly, with the household, good China increased their spending on it by 9% in 1995 to 2% in 2021.

    • Falak

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      December 29, 2021 at 12:38 PM
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      In this essay we will compare the for the years 1995 to 2011- Task-1 is not an essay

      (Overall,) The biggest percentage of money spent on food is evident from the entire data. Medicine, on the other hand, receives a smaller share of the budget.- Overall is important to mention in the overview

      Clothing and on the other hand (on the other hand, clothing)

      had a percentage of 1995, with 19% and 18%, respectively in 2011 so they was not a huge change. (had percentage of 19% and 18% in 1995 and 2011 respectively).

      so they was not a huge change. (it experienced a marginal change)

      spending on it by (from) 9% in 1995 to 2% in 2021.

      Feedback : Follow the Task-1 structure , as discussed in class. Sentence structure needs to be improved. Make use of cohesive devices and prepositions should be use carefully.

      Band: 1.5/3

  • Besto

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    The Pie chart represents the percentage of the household budget for necessities in china for 2 different years 1995 and 2011 and the overall money spent on food is higher than another household budget

    Looking in detail people spent more budget on the food item in 1995 than 2011 and the money spent on clothing was almost same in the 2 years.

    Totally less money was spent on medicine and household goods in both years and in 2011 households goods was more than the year 1995 which was increased by 3 percentage

    and the budget spent on medicine was increased by 7% in 2011 so the % of health issues are increased than the year 1995

    • Falak

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      necessities in china (China) for 2 different years – proper noun

      Overall should be separate paragraph

      Looking in detail (,) people spent more budget

      Word limit of minimum 150 words should be maintained. Mentioning figures and data is important to fulfil task achievement. Punctuation and sentence structure should be used carefully.

      band: 1/3

  • Sakshi

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    The two pie charts illustrate the information regarding percentage of household expenditure on the necessary elements for the years 1995 and 2011 in china.

    Overall, In both the years the food expenditure takes the maximum proportion of the budget which is almost more than half the proportion of the entire budget. Whereas, others like clothing, medicine and household goods was least in the expenditure.

    As it can be observed that money spent on medicine was comprised of 4% from the entire budget in 1995 which increased by 5% in 2011. In the same way, the amount spent on the other household goods was 9% which rose with a slight difference of 3% in 2011.

    While there was an increase in the expenditure of some goods, others showed a slight decrease. With regards to decrease, expenditure on clothing was 19% in 1995 which shows a minimal 1% of decrease in 2011(18%). Although food was among the most popular choices in both the years, it shows a 9% decrease from 1995 to 2011.

    • Falak

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      china. (China) – proper noun

      clothing, medicine and household goods was (were) least in the expenditure.

      medicine was comprised of 4% from the entire budget in 1995 which increased by 5% (7%) in 2011.- Read and analyze the data carefully

      While there was an increase in the expenditure of some goods, others showed a slight decrease (unclear statement )

      With regards to decrease, expenditure on clothing was 19% in 1995 which shows a minimal 1% of decrease in 2011(18%) ( The amount of expenditure had decreased in clothing with marginal difference of 1% in 2011 as compared to 19% in 1995) – Range in sentence structure , avoid monotonous sentence structure.

      it shows (showed) a 9% decrease from 1995 to 2011. – maintain the tense throughout.


      Band: 1/3

  • Rutul

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    The pie chart encapsulates and compares the proportion of household income spent on essential goods in China between the years 1995 and 2011.

    In a broader perspective, it is intelligible that the portion of medicine increase to nearly three fouth while the food shows the highest decrement in its proportion.

    To explicate the pie chart, the overwhelming majority increment noticed for the medicine which was experience steep rise from 4% in the year 1995 to 11% in the year 2011. Not very far from that, household goods also increase from 9% to 12 % between the year 1995 to 2011.

    On the contrary, two-sector, food and clothing face the fall between the year 1995 and 2011. The food, which accounts for 68% of total expenditure on household goods, decrease to 56% in the year 2011, furthermore, clothing which roughly accounts for 18% of total expense decreased merely to 18% in the year 2011.

  • sriranjini

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    The chart depicts the percentage of household budget for the essential goods in China for two years mainly in 1995 and 2011.

    After observing shrewdly, in 1995 and in 2011 the major portion of the budget goes to Food which constitutes from 50 – 70 percent of the chart .The money spent on Food depleted 9 percent over the years.

    Moreover budget was split unequally between Clothing, Medicine and Household goods under both the years.

    For instance, Money spent on Clothing had decreased a percent of 1 which was not a drastic change as compared to Medicine which had increased almost 7 percent. Also the budget for Household goods too increased by 4 percent respectively.

    • Falak

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      Feedback : Word limit of minimum 150 words has to be maintained. While giving overview, use “overall” and the featuring paragraphs should be elaborated with exact comparison and grouping of data. For reference, check answers on the same link.

  • shivam

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    The pie charts illustrate the household essential needs budget in China for the years 1995 and 2011 data in percentage.

    Overall, food is the highest priority of essential household item followed by clothing which was approx one fourth, then the household goods which holds some percentage, and least necessity was given to medicine, which was not even one tenth.

    Since 1995, food priority was two third as in 68% but in 2011, there was a minor decrement of 9%. There was a marginal drop of 1%, but still clothing holds one of the most essential budgets in china.

    Although, medicine became priority of people in 16 years after 1995, with a major increase of 7% from 4% in 2011. Furthermore, there was adequate increase of 2% in household goods in 2011, from 9% to 11%.

    So, at last there was a major change mainly in food, which decreased on the other hand, medicine, which increased.

    • Falak

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      then (than) the household goods which holds some percentage

      Overall, Food and clothing remained the largest categories in both years, and medicine and household goods remaining the smallest. Admittedly, there were noticeable changes in all four categories over the years. (recommended overall , talking about the trends , not data)

      Although, medicine became priority of people in 16 years after 1995, with a major increase of 7% from 4% in 2011

      Although, medicine became priority of people in 16 years after 1995, ( medicine still hold small percentage of 11% in 2011, so clearly it wasn’t the priority)

      one of the most essential budgets in china.(China) – proper noun

      conclusion is not required in Task-1.

  • Tejas

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    The given two Pie charts elaborate about the household budget for necessities in China for 1995 and 2011.

    We can clearly observe that the food took the major part of the household budget for both the years respectively although the spending fell from 68% to 59%.

    The clothing is the second most imperative part of the household expenditure but it fell narrowly from 19% in 1995 to 18% during 2011.

    The household goods share come third for the given years of 1995 and 2011 however, the percentage narrowed from 12% to 9%.

    Last but no the least medicine occupied the least space for the two years. But the we can clearly

    notice the spending on medicines progressing rapidly from 4% on the given year of 1995 to almost 11% matching the food

    We conclude that Food part occupies the first rank among household spending by huge margin followed by clothing, household good and medicines. But can see clear increase in more being spent on medicine.

    • Falak

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      Overview needs to be mentioned after introduction. It should begin with cohesive device “overall” and must talk about the trends.

      Last but no the least (,) medicine occupied the least space for the two years

      Task lacks the structure as suggested , don’t write conclusion in task 1. Sentence structure needs to be improved.

      Band: 1.5/3

  • Poojitha

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    The Pie charts provide information about the budget rate for household necessities in China in the years 1995 and 2011.

    In both pie charts, Food has got more than half of the budget percentage while the remaining necessities have got the remaining budget.

    In the year 1995, the percentage of budget allotted to Food is 68%. Clothing is having the second-highest budget rate of 19% followed by Household goods and Medicine having 9% and 4% of the budget respectively.

    In Comparison with the year 2011, Food is having downfall to 59% of the budget. Clothing is still having the second- highest budget rate but with 18% of the budget. The percentage increased for Household goods from 9% to 12%. Also,there is a significant rise in the budget for Medicine from 4% to 11%.

    • Falak

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      word count of task is 133 words , whereas it should be minimum 150 words

      It is advised to mention “overall” in overview.

      More comparison and grouping of data is required

      Band: 1.5/3

  • Vimy

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    The pie charts shows the data of China which shows how people are spending on necessary household goods in the year 1995 and 2011.

    Overall, it seems that food is the basic need of the people which is highest among all the essentials while clothing appears to be the second most expenditure, following the household goods whose spending shows steady number but the expenditure on medicines seems to be least.

    The expenditure on food display highest in the year 1995 at 69% which later fall to 59% in 2011. Further, spending on clothings remain almost same for both year 1995 and 2011 at 19% and 18% respectively whereas expenditures on household goods shows less demand in 1995 at 9% with gradual increase at 11% in the year 2011. However, medicines seems to be the least consumable goods among people with only expenditure of 4% in 1995 but its spending rises in the year 2011 at 11% of people using it.

    • Falak

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      The pie charts shows the data of China which shows ( sentence structure needs to be improved here)

      Overall, it seems that food is the basic need of the people which is highest among all the essentials (in both the years)

      The expenditure on food display (displays) highest in the year 1995 (however, I would suggest to write in -past tense)

      which later fall (falls) to 59% in 2011.

      spending on clothings remain (remains)

      Two feature paragraphs are required as per the structure discussed in the class, hence comparison and grouping of data has been found limited.

      Band: 1.5/3

  • Nancy

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    The two pie charts illustrate how much households spend their money on necessary goods in China, percentage wise in the years 1995 and 2011.

    Overall, in the year 1995, food was the significant sector where households spent the highest share of their earnings. The least spending was made on medicine as well as on household goods. In 2011, people started spending a little more on household goods and medicine but started cutting their expenditure on food and on clothing.

    Spending on medicine accounted for 4% of the budget of households in 1995 but increased to 11% in 2011. Some how, there was a slight growth of 3% on household goods from 9% to 11% during the period of 15 years.

    Further, food remained the highest sector in terms of spending but it went down from 68% to 59% , about a 9% difference in the spending . People also cut their spending on clothing but a little less i.e, from 19% to 18% , just a 1% cut .

    • Falak

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      Try to use adjectives and adverbs to highlight the nature of trend

      I am expecting feature paragraphs to be bit more elaborated

      Grouping of data is missing.

      Band: 1.5/3

  • BHUSHAN

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    The given pie charts illustrate the information in percentage about household expenditure of goods in the China from year 1995 and 2011.

    Overall, it seems that maximum income spends on the household goods and minimum spends on the medical needs as compare to others in both years. Moreover, overall percentage on food items has increase from year 1995 to 2011, on the other hand in 2011, less amount spends on clothing as compared to year 1995.

    In 1995, we can see total 68% of household budget spends on things which requires in house and this expenditure has decreases to 59% in year 2011. Although, in both years maximum amount spends on household goods only. However, amount of money spends on medicines is minimum as compared to others which is 4% in year 1995 and 11% in year 2011.

    In addition, there is 19% of income pay out to clothes by Chinese people in 1995 and expenditure on the same is decreased by 1% in year 2011. However, money spends on foods is 9% of total in year 1995 and it further increases by 3% in year 2011.

    word count-187

    • Falak

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      household expenditure of (on) goods in the China from (for) year 1995 and 2011.

      it seems that maximum income (is being spent) spends on the household goods and

      food items has increase (increased) from year 1995 to 2011,

      less amount spends (is being spent) on clothing as compared to year 1995. /( The expenditure on clothing has been reduced , but with a marginal difference)

      which requires in house (household items)

      this expenditure has decreases (decreased)

      Maintain the tense throughout.

      Band: 1.5/3

  • sharukh

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    The above pie chart gives information about the household percentage of spending on essential goods in China for the years 1995 and 2011. We can see that there are visible differences in the percentages of food, clothing, medicine and household goods from the pie charts

    Overall, the budget for food has come down from 1995(68%) to 2011(59%). We can also see a sharp increase in budget for medicines. Household goods budget was increased slightly. clothing budget almost remained the same.

    The interpretation of pie charts shows us how food budget has come down with a decrease of 9% Which can be attributed to current generation’s body goals and income. The implementation of one-child policy can also be a reason for decrease in food budget.

    Medicine has gained more importance over the years which can be a result of new illnesses and adulteration of food. it increased from 4% to 11%, which is more than double of the budget in 1995.

    • Falak

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      The above pie chart (charts) gives (give) information

      Which can be attributed to current generation’s body goals and income. The implementation of one-child policy can also be a reason for decrease in food budget. (not required)

      which can be a result of new illnesses and adulteration of food. (not required)

      clearly the task has not been fully developed. Word count is less. Grouping and comparison of data is missing.

  • Bhargav

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    The above pie charts show data relating to the household share of investing in essential items in China from 1995 to 2011, These categories are calculated in %

    overall the information from the chart shows us the food was the major expense in the years 1995 and 2011 followed by clothing and household goods, medicine was quite not in demand in both the years respectively

    Both of the top two categories food and clothing saw a downtrend during this 16-year timeline, whereas clothing lost just 1% going from 19 to 18% and food dipped badly from 68% to 59% by losing 9 percentage

    on the other hand, medicine and household goods are the lowest budget necessities in china in both the years but still, they both showed a phenomenal increment in both years respectively, medicine increased from 4 to 11 percent and household goods increased from 9 to 12 percent with a moderate change

    • Falak

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      household share of investing (spending on) in essential items

      overall (Overall,) the information

      food and clothing saw (observed) / underwent) a downtrend

      medicine and household goods are (were) the lowest budget

      lowest budget necessities in china (China) – proper noun

      Band : 2/3

  • Srikar Reddy

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    The given pie charts demonstrate the information about the chinese household spending patterns in four essential categories between the year 1995 and 2011.

    As it is very clear from the chart that in 1995, the highest percentage of money spent on food category by China which was accounted at 68% and decreased dramatically with 59% in 2011. However, clothing and medicine represented the lowest category that was 9% and 4% in 1995. The proportion of household goods was 19% in China in 1995.

    Moving further, in the year 2011, the similar proportion of money was consumed on clothing and medicine that was11% and 12% respectively .While, the percentage of household goods was 18% in 2011.

    • Falak

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      response is under length

      chinese (Chinese) household

      Overview is missing

      clothing and medicine represented the lowest category that was 9% (19%)and 4% (respectively) in 1995

      money was consumed on clothing (Household goods)

      I would suggest reattempt, it is not following the structure we have discussed in the class.

  • Srikar Reddy

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    The given pie charts demonstrate the information about the Chinese household spending patterns in four essential categories between the year 1995 and 2011.

    Overall, in both the charts, spending is huge for foods and clothes, which accounted for more than half of the household budget. Whereas, small amount of expenses is seen on drugs and goods.

    As it is very clear from the chart that in 1995, the highest percentage of money spent on food category by China which was accounted at 68% and decreased dramatically with 59% in 2011. However, clothing and medicine represented the lowest category that was 19% and 4% respectively in 1995. The proportion of household goods was 9% in China in 1995.

    Moving further, in the year 2011, the similar proportion of money was consumed on clothing and medicine that was 18% and 11% respectively .While, the percentage of household goods was 12% in 2011.


  • Arun

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    The above pie charts show data relating to the household share of spending on essential items in China from 1995 to 2011, These categories are calculated in percentages.

    Overall, data from the chart depicts that food was the major expense in the years 1995 and 2011 followed by clothing and household goods. Medicine were not in such a priority in both the years respectively.

    Both of the top two categories food and clothing observed a gradual downtrend during this 16-year timeline, food dipped significantly bad from 68% to 59% in 2011, whereas clothing went down 1% going from 19% to 18%.

    Clearly, through both the time periods we see a major chunk of the spending, almost two-thirds is taken by food. In conclusion, money spent by people on medicine jumped by a 7% rise between 1995 to 2011, while household goods made a moderate change and increased from 9% to 12% through the years.

    • Arun

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      @fal Ma’am..Please evaluate this

    • Falak

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      There is absolutely no need to mention conclusion in task 1. Good improvement

      keep writing!!

      Band: 2.5/3

  • Ashley

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    The following charts shows the house hold budget for necessities in China for the following year 1995 and 2011.

    Overall, the maximum money was spend in food in both the years whereas least amount of budget was spend on medicines.

    At first glance if we see the difference between 1995 and 2011 there is a significant rise in household goods and clothing. The percentage chart in household goods shows the gradually rise in 12 % in the year 2011(before it was 9 % in 1995) clothing 11 % (before it was 4%in 1995) . This has become an important part for the people in today’s life.

    On the other hand, there is a decline in medicines as it is reduced to 9% in the year 2011 (before it was 68% in 1995) and simultaneously there is a 1 percent decline in clothing (before it was 19% in 1995) so there could be the possibility of rise in prices.

    • Ashley

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      @fal maam , do evaluate this

    • Falak

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      The following charts shows (show)

      I would suggest to mention other two categories as well in overall

      gradually rise in 12 % (gradual rise of 12%) in the year 2011(

      you may write the previous year data without brackets.

      as it is reduced to (by) 9% in the year 2011

      There is no information on food in body paragraphs , though it was included in overall.

      Make use of cohesive devices to establish comparisons etc.

      Band: 1.5/3

  • Praneeth

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    May 25, 2022 at 11:39 AM
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    The pie charts depict the average household budget for purchasing the basic necessities for different categories in china. These are calculated in the two years 1995 and 2011.

    Overall, the food section holds the largest consumer of the budget in both charts, over the period of time, after food, clothing is followed as the major necessity, while the remaining categories, household goods, and medicine consume much less.

    First of all, the percentage of food has drastically decreased over the period of 1995 to 2011 from 68% to 58% which was significantly a high loss. Whereas the second most consumer does not show any rapid changes, instead maintained the consumption rate with a minimal drop of 1 percent.

    Inversely, the expenditure on medicine has elevated from 4% in 1995 to a notable percent 11% in 2011, While the household goods showed a balanced change from 9% to 12% over the period of time.

    • isha

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      The pie charts depict the average household budget for purchasing the basic necessities in different categories in China in 1995 and 2011.

      Overall, the food section showed the highest percentage in both charts. Clothing is followed it as the major necessity, while the remaining categories, household goods, and medicine, consume much less.

      First of all, the percentage of food has drastically decreased over the period of 1995 to 2011 from 68% to 58%, which was a significant loss. Whereas the second most consumer does not show any rapid changes, instead maintained the consumption rate with a minimal drop of 1 percent.(This sentence is lacking clarity)

      In contrast, spending on medicine increased from 4% in 1995 to a significant 11% in 2011, while spending on household goods increased from 9% to 12% over the same period.

      Feedback:

      Please read above paragraphs carefully .

      In few sentences,clarity is lacking.

      Write your graph in past tense.

  • Pranav

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    May 30, 2022 at 4:14 PM
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    @fal

    The given pie graphs show a percentage comparison on how the Chinese spent on essential household goods for the years 1995 and 2011 respectively.

    Overall, expenditure on medicine had a slight rise whereas spending on food items saw a significant drop. Moreover spends on household goods and clothing didn’t increase much.

    During the year 1995, Medicine was the least spent essential item at 4% on the other hand a large amount was spent on food items. This changed in 2011, where expenditure on food items had dipped by 9% and medicine had climbed by 7%.

    Spends on household goods and Clothing didn’t really have a significant change over the years in China. Clothing contributed to 19% in 1995 and took a small dip of 1% by 2011. Household goods jumped to 3% increase in 2011 from 9% in 1995.

    To summarize, household goods and clothing had a slight increase in consumption over the years while food spends saw a major decline.

  • Sonam

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    The above pie chart illustrates the relative spending done by China household on necessary goods in 1995 and 2011. The spending will be shown in the form of percentage.

    Overall, it can be seen, food was a major source of attraction for people of China ,that is the reason they spent lavishly on food in contrast, to other domestic items like food, clothing, and medicine.

    Glaringly, food purchase scored the first position catering to 68% in 1995 and 59% in 2011, yet a significant decrease with 10% can also be seen in this area in 2011. In terms of expense, other position was backed by clothes, individuals spent generously with a slight decrease of 1% in 2011 in contrast to 1995.

    However, focusing further a sharp rise was noticeable in purchase of medicine with an increment of 7% in 2011. Earlier it was just 4% in 1995. Moreover, a slight rise with 3% was also spotted in pick up of household goods in 2011. @fal

  • Sonam

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    May 31, 2022 at 2:12 PM
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    The above pie chart illustrates the relative spending done by China household on necessary goods in 1995 and 2011. The spending will be shown in the form of percentage.

    Overall, it can be seen, food was a major attraction for people of China ,that is the reason they spent lavishly on food in contrast to other domestic items like food, clothing, and medicine.

    Glaringly, food purchase scored the first position catering to 68% in 1995 and 59% in 2011, yet a significant decrease can also be seen in this area in 2011. In terms of expense, other position was backed by clothes, individuals spent generously with a slight decrease of 1% in 2011 in contrast to 1995.

    However, focusing further a sharp rise was noticeable in purchase of medicine with an increment of 7% in 2011. Earlier it was just 4% in 1995. Moreover, a slight rise with 3% was also spotted in pick up of household goods in 2011. @fal

    • Falak

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      to other domestic items like food(household goods) clothing, and medicine., (food has already been mentioned).

      Keep writing!!

      Band: 2/3

  • Tauqir

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    The pie chart provides information that how percentage of spending in four different necessary items have changed from 1995 to 2010 in China.In the description I will explain the trend and changes in these parameters over time.

    Overall, at the beginning of the period in 1995 the Food items contributed to maximum share in spending budget while medicine had a minimum share in total spending. In comparision, in the year 2011,while the food items spending fell slightly but it is still largest share of total spending. The share of medicines and household items in 2011 increased as compared to 1995, while clothing spending has marginally dropped. In both year 1995 and 2011, medicines comprised of minimum share in total spending.

    In year 1995, Household items accounted for merely 9% of total spending, which marginally increased to 11% in year 2011.Having minimum contribution in 1995,although spending on medicines also witnessed an increase in 2011 from 4% to 11% but it still has minimum share in total spending in 2011.

    On the other hand, at the same time it can be seen that contribution from food items and clothings have both reduced slightly. Food items having maximum share in 1995 at 68% dropped to 59% , but still contribute to maximum share in total spending.In addition to this spending on clothings have witnessed marginal dip from 19% to 18%.

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