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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).
AdministratorAugust 27, 2021 at 7:03 PM280 Network PointsActivity Points 6970
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
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MemberAugust 28, 2021 at 9:55 PM50 Network PointsActivity Points 660
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.
AdministratorSeptember 1, 2021 at 7:05 PM280 Network PointsActivity Points 6970
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)
MemberSeptember 7, 2021 at 7:52 PM120 Network PointsActivity Points 390
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.
MemberNovember 17, 2021 at 12:42 PM120 Network PointsActivity Points 440
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.
AdministratorNovember 18, 2021 at 12:08 PM280 Network PointsActivity Points 6970
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 .
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