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  • IELTS Academic Task – 1 – Table – 1

     Tvisha updated 6 months ago 8 Members · 17 Posts
  • Admin

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    You should spend about 20 minutes on this task 1

    The tables below give information about sales of Fairtrade*-labelled tea and pineapples in 2010 and 2015 in five European countries.

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

    Write at least 150 words.

    Sales of Fairtrade-labelled tea and pineapples (2010 & 2015)


    Fairtrade: a category of products for which farmers from developing countries have been paid an officially agreed fair price.

    Test Tip

    In IELTS Writing Task 1, one criterion the examiner will use to assess your answer is Grammatical Range and Accuracy. After your introductory sentence and your overview sentence, you need to select relevant data to report on. To do this, you need to be able to accurately describe numbers and figures.

  • Gundeep

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    May 27, 2021 at 8:54 PM
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    The tables given below illustrates the sales of fairtrade labelled items mainly the tea and pineapple in different countries over the time period of 2010 and 2015.

    Overall, the sales of tea as well as pineapple have increased apart from slight variation, from 2010 to 2015 in Austria, France, Netherlands, Norway and Germany.

    In France the sales of Tea increased from 2.5 million euros in 2010 to 21million euros in 2015, being higher than pineapples which were 2 million euros in 2010 and 6.5 million euros in 2015. Whereas Austria experienced growth which was much more in pineapple amounting to 48 million euros in 2015 from only 16 million euros in 2010 which is about 3 times while the sales of tea elevated by 2 times.

    Although Germany experienced a slight increase in sales of tea but there was a downfall in sales of pineapple from 3 million euros to 1.9 million euros. Following Germany, Netherland also had a slight increase in sales of tea of 0.7 million euros but rather than a decrease there was a tremendous increase in sales of pineapple accounting to more than 3 times in 2015 from that in 2010. Norway follows the similar trend of Netherland and Germany with only small rise of sales of tea from 2010 to 2015 though there was a decrease in pineapple sales similar to Germany which reduced up to one third of the initial sales in 2010.

    • Admin

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      May 31, 2021 at 5:03 PM
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      The tables given below illustrates the sales of fairtrade labelled items mainly the tea and pineapple in different countries over the time period of 2010 and 2015.

      Overall, the sales of tea as well as pineapple have increased apart from slight variation, from 2010 to 2015 in Austria, France, Netherlands, Norway and Germany.

      In France the sales of Tea increased from 2.5 million euros in 2010 to 21million euros in 2015, being higher than pineapples which were 2 million euros in 2010 and 6.5 million euros in 2015. Whereas Austria experienced growth which was much more in pineapple amounting to 48 million euros in 2015 from only 16 million euros in 2010 which is about 3 times while the sales of tea elevated by 2 times.

      Although Germany experienced a slight increase in sales of tea but there was a downfall in sales of pineapple from 3 million euros to 1.9 million euros. Following Germany, Netherland also had a slight increase in sales of tea of 0.7 million euros but rather than a decrease there was a tremendous increase in sales of pineapple accounting to more than 3 times in 2015 from that in 2010. Norway follows the similar trend of Netherland and Germany with only small rise of sales of tea from 2010 to 2015 though there was a decrease in pineapple sales similar to Germany which reduced up to one third of the initial sales in 2010.

    • Admin

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      May 31, 2021 at 5:07 PM
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      The tables given below illustrates the sales of fairtrade labelled items mainly the tea and pineapple in different countries over the time period of 2010 and 2015.

      Overall, the sales of tea as well as pineapple have increased apart from slight variation, from 2010 to 2015 in Austria, France, Netherlands, Norway and Germany.

      In France the sales of Tea increased from 2.5 million euros in 2010 to 21million euros in 2015, being higher than pineapples which were 2 million euros in 2010 and 6.5 million euros in 2015. Whereas Austria experienced growth which was much more in pineapple amounting to 48 million euros in 2015 from only 16 million euros in 2010 which is about 3 times while the sales of tea elevated by 2 times.

      Although Germany experienced a slight increase in sales of tea but there was a downfall in sales of pineapple from 3 million euros to 1.9 million euros. Following Germany, Netherland also had a slight increase in sales of tea of 0.7 million euros but rather than a decrease there was a tremendous increase in sales of pineapple accounting to more than 3 times in 2015 from that in 2010. Norway follows the similar trend of Netherland and Germany with only small rise of sales of tea from 2010 to 2015 though there was a decrease in pineapple sales similar to Germany which reduced up to one third of the initial sales in 2010.

      Feedback: Approach is good, but need to work on unnecessary grammatical error highlighted in bold & also work on specific feature.


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  • Abhi

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    May 27, 2021 at 9:07 PM
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    The tables give information about sales of Fairtrade-labelled tea and pineapples in 2010 and 2015 in five European countries.

    In 2010, Austria led in Fairtrade of tea sales with 4 million euros, succeeded by Germany and France at 2.8 and 2.5 million euros respectively. The least was recorded by Norway, which was 1.8 million euros and just above it was Netherlands at 2 million euros. In the same year, Austria also led in Fairtrade of pineapple sales at 16 million euros, followed by Germany, Norway and France. Netherlands lagged behind with a gain of 1.6 million euros.

    In 2015, France led in Fairtrade of tea sales with 21 million euros, succeeded by Austria and Germany at 8 and 3 million euros respectively. The least was recorded by Norway, which was 2 million euros and just above it was Netherlands at 2.7 million euros. Austria also led in Fairtrade pineapples that year, with 48 million euros, followed by France, the Netherlands, and Norway. Germany had the least sales in 2015 with only 1.9 million euros.

    Austria had comparatively better sales of Fairtrade pineapples in both 2010 as well as 2015. However, Netherlands and Norway performed poorly in escalating their sales of both Fairtrade labelled apples as well as pineapples.

    • Admin

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      May 31, 2021 at 5:12 PM
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      The tables give information about sales of Fairtrade-labelled tea and pineapples in 2010 and 2015 in five European countries.

      In 2010, Austria led in Fairtrade of tea sales with 4 million euros, succeeded by Germany and France at 2.8 and 2.5 million euros respectively. The least was recorded by Norway, which was 1.8 million euros and just above it was Netherlands at 2 million euros. In the same year, Austria also led in Fairtrade of pineapple sales at 16 million euros, followed by Germany, Norway and France. Netherlands lagged behind with a gain of 1.6 million euros.

      Feedback: God use of content well executed, just try to avoid repetition of structure found in 2nd paragraph highlighted in bold.
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  • shubham

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    May 27, 2021 at 9:39 PM
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    The tables illustrates information about sales of fairtrade-labelled tea & pineapples in five european countries(france,austria,germany,netherlands & norway) in the year 2010 & 2015.The units are measured in millions of euros.

    Overall, it can be implied that sales of both the commodities(tea & pineapples) in most of the european countries is much higher in 2015 as compared to 2010.However in some countries like Norway & Germany sale of pineapple was decreased significantly in 2015 as compared to 2010.Furthermore,Austria had the highest sale of both the commodites in 2010.Also,france had the highest sale of tea in 2015 whereas austria had the highest sale of pineapple in the same year.

    It can be seen that, in 2010, sale of tea in france was 2.5 million euroes which rose to almost 10 times in 2015 (21 million euroes).Similar trend is observed for the remaining 4 european countries.For e.g. in case of Austria it can be seen that sale of tea got doubled in 2015(8 million euroes) as compared to 2010(4 million euroes).Furthermore, for the remaining three countries sale of tea increased slightly.

    In case of sales of pineapple,it can be observed that, for Austria ,france & Netherlands sale of pineapple increased to 3 times in 2015 as compared to 2010.In Austria sale of pineapple was 16 million euroes in 2010 which increased significantly to 48 milllion euroes in 2015.Similar trend was observed in other two countries(france & Netherlands).Whereas,for the countries like Norway & Germany sale of pieapple decreased drastically.As in 2010 sale of pieapple in Norway & Germany was 2.8 & 3 million euroes respectively which got decreased to 2 & 1.9 million euroes respectively.

    • Admin

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      May 31, 2021 at 5:17 PM
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      The tables illustrates information about sales of fairtrade-labelled tea & pineapples in five european countries(france, austria, germany, netherlands & norway) in the year 2010 & 2015.The units are measured in millions of euros.

      Overall, it can be implied that sales of both the commodities(tea & pineapples) in most of the european countries is much higher in 2015 as compared to 2010.However in some countries like Norway & Germany sale of pineapple was decreased significantly in 2015 as compared to 2010.Furthermore,Austria had the highest sale of both the commodites in 2010.Also,france had the highest sale of tea in 2015 whereas austria had the highest sale of pineapple in the same year.

      It can be seen that, in 2010, sale of tea in france was 2.5 million euroes which rose to almost 10 times in 2015 (21 million euroes).Similar trend is observed for the remaining 4 european countries.For e.g. in case of Austria it can be seen that sale of tea got doubled in 2015(8 million euroes) as compared to 2010(4 million euroes).Furthermore, for the remaining three countries sale of tea increased slightly.

      In case of sales of pineapple,it can be observed that, for Austria ,france & Netherlands sale of pineapple increased to 3 times in 2015 as compared to 2010.In Austria sale of pineapple was 16 million euroes in 2010 which increased significantly to 48 milllion euroes in 2015.Similar trend was observed in other two countries(france & Netherlands).Whereas,for the countries like Norway & Germany sale of pieapple decreased drastically.As in 2010 sale of pieapple in Norway & Germany was 2.8 & 3 million euroes respectively which got decreased to 2 & 1.9 million euroes respectively.

      Feedback: Really need to work on capital letters found multiple time & unavoidable spelling errors.
      Band: 1/3

  • Rahila

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    May 28, 2021 at 6:55 PM
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    Nayeela

    The given tables depicts information about hiw many fairtrade labelled tea and pineapples were sold in the years 2010 and 2015 in five different countries of Europe.

    Overall, the sales for tea has increased from the year 2010 to 2015. Apart from the few losses, pineapples had mostly seen greater profit as well in the year 2015.

    The sales of tea in France had increased dramatically from 2.5 million euros in the year 2010 to 21 million euros in the year 2015. Austria had it’s profit doubled from 4 to 8 million euros in the corresponding years. Both these countries had seen a significant surge in their sales. On the other hand, Germany, Netherlands, Norway had seen only a very modest rise from 2.8 to 3 , 2 to 2.7, 1.8 to 2 million euros in the years 2010 and 2015 respectively.

    Pineapples had seen a sharp rise from 16 million euros to 21 million euros in Austria. France and Netherlands had a slight increase from 2 to 6.5 and 1.6 to 5 million euros in the corresponding years respectively. Surprisingly, Norway and Germany had actually suffered slight losses. Sales in Norway fell from 2.8 to 2 and the profits in Germany declined from 3 to 1.9 million euros.

    • Admin

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      May 31, 2021 at 5:20 PM
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      The given tables depicts information about hiw many fairtrade labelled tea and pineapples were sold in the years 2010 and 2015 in five different countries of Europe.

      Overall, the sales for tea has increased from the year 2010 to 2015. Apart from the few losses, pineapples had mostly seen greater profit as well in the year 2015.

      The sales of tea in France had increased dramatically from 2.5 million euros in the year 2010 to 21 million euros in the year 2015. Austria had it’s profit doubled from 4 to 8 million euros in the corresponding years. Both these countries had seen a significant surge in their sales. On the other hand, Germany, Netherlands, Norway had seen only a very modest rise from 2.8 to 3 , 2 to 2.7, 1.8 to 2 million euros in the years 2010 and 2015 respectively.

      Pineapples had seen a sharp rise from 16 million euros to 21 million euros in Austria. France and Netherlands had a slight increase from 2 to 6.5 and 1.6 to 5 million euros in the corresponding years respectively. Surprisingly, Norway and Germany had actually suffered slight losses. Sales in Norway fell from 2.8 to 2 and the profits in Germany declined from 3 to 1.9 million euros.

      Feedback: well tried but need to work sentence formation & unnecessary grammar and spelling errors highlighted in bold.
      Band: 1/3

  • Rajat

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    June 1, 2021 at 10:20 AM
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    The tables below provide information about sales of Fairtrade-labelled tea and pineapples in fiver European countries in 2010 and 2015.

    As I see, sales of tea have grown in every country with France leading the growth chart with staggering 18.5 million increase in sales, Austria, the leading market in 2010 grew twice to reach 8 million mark and to acquire 2nd position in the market. Germany, Netherlands and Norway maintained same positions as 2010 with minimal increase in sales, Germany and Norway showed the lowest growth i.e. 0.2 million euros.

    When it comes to Pineapples, Not only Austria stayed on top but tripled the sales numbers from 16 to 48 millions. In terms of growth, France showed the best to multiply sales by 3.25x and managed to grown to 6.5 from 2 millions. Netherlands also showed sales multiplication of 3 times to reach 5 million mark. Norway and Germany were countries with declined sales over the period of time with Norway declining to 2 million from 2.8 and Germany to 1.9 from 3.

    Overall, both the markets gained exponential sales over the period, despite some minor setbacks.

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      June 7, 2021 at 3:21 PM
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      Feedback: Need to work on tenses as required to explain these information mentioned in the tables also work on specific feature.
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  • pooja

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    June 1, 2021 at 12:24 PM

    The data given below provides information about sales of fairtrade that was labelled tea and pineapple in five different countries over the period of 2010 and 2015.

    Overall, sales of Tea, France showed an increasing trend while for pineapple Austria had huge surge over the period while Netherlands, Germany,Norway experienced little change in their sales.

    Looking at the details,France started their sales of tea at 2.8 million of euros in 2010, during the same period Austria and Germany had highest number of sales was 4 and 2.8 million of euros respectively and Netherlands and Norway their sales was 2 and 1.8 million correspondingly but the amazing fact is that, only France had reached highest at the end 21 million euro in 2015.

    Taking about sales of pineapple, Austria started at highest number of sales 16 million of euros in 2010 and this is the only country who touched the pick at the end of 48 million of euro sales in 2015 wheres here France did not reached to same level as it was in case of tea whereas Norway and Germany they had experienced decline in their sales from 2.8 to 2 million of euros and 3 to 1.9 million of euros in 2010 to 2015 although Netherlands rose steadily at 5 from 1.6 million of euros over the same time period.

    • Admin

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      June 7, 2021 at 3:23 PM
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      Feedback: Well executed, information was used categorically, Need to work on related words to justify the overall trend.
      Band: 2/3

  • Faizal

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    June 1, 2021 at 1:15 PM
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    The table provide details of sales of Fairtrade-labelled tea and pineapples in France, Austria, Germany, Netherlands and Norway within years 2010 and 2015.

    Overall, France and Austria showed significant rise of sales in tea over the years, while Germany, Netherlands and Norway showed very little growth in sales. However, for pineapples Austria, France and Netherlands indicated positive result in sales throughout the years, while Norway and Germany recorded negative sales result.

    France recorded the highest growth in sales of tea from 2.5 million euros in 2010 to 21 million euros in 2015, while Austria got double sales from 4 million euros to 8 million euros in following years 2010 and 2015.Netherlands showed 0.7 million euros growth from 2010 to 2015.However, Germany and Norway registered lowest increment of just 0.2 million euros over the years.

    Austria given highest growth in numbers for sales of pineapples about 32 million euros, while France and Netherlands noticed 4.5 million euros and 3.4 million euros sales for pineapple. However, Norway showed negative sales of 0.8 million in sales of pineapples. Germany also followed the negative pattern of sales of about 1.1 million euros.

    • Admin

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      June 7, 2021 at 3:26 PM
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      Feedback: The approach is good, focused on every information required. Need to work on introduction/ overview and also work on more sentence types as found few repetition.
      Band: 1.5/3

  • Tvisha

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    June 8, 2021 at 9:03 PM
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    The table given above provides information about sales of Fairtrade – labelled tea and pineapples in five different countries , since 2010 and displays the trends till 2015.

    In the year 2010 , the sales of pineapples were 12 % higher than that of tea . However, in the year 2015 , the sales of pineapples were almost double than the sales of tea .

    Over the period of five years , it can be noticed that the sales of tea as well as pineapples have increased twice as much . In the case of Norway , the sales have been stagnant however , the sales in Austria have skyrocketed . There is a striking difference between the sales in Netherland and France .

    In a nutshell , the highest sales were observed in Austria and France whereas the sales in Germany and Norway are almost equal . Subsequently , the tea sales have levelled off and the sales of pineapples continue to soar .

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