Writing Task 1 (Academic) : Pie chart, work/studyPosted by Falak on March 29, 2022 at 9:03 AM
The chart shows the main methods of transportation for people traveling to a university for work or study in 2004 and 2009.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons wherever relevant.
MemberMarch 29, 2022 at 9:32 AM100 Network PointsActivity Points 430
The given Pie chart is information for the methods of transport used to travel to university for work or study between the two years.
We will illustrate and compare the changes in the modes of transport for travel; The units of measurement are used in percentile.
During the year 2004 almost half of the people were travelling by Car to the university, however, the same no has been reduced by nearly a quarter and only 28% people took car to reach university. The reduction of the car travelers has been distributed among the four other means of transport.
The majority of people started using public transport and the share of Bus usage increased from 1/3rd in 2004 to 46% in 2009 i.e. increased by 13%. Secondly, the people started using Bicycles as well, as we can see the ratio of bicycle users has increased by 7% which was less than 1/10th in 2004 increased to 16% in 2009. There has been marginal increment in the usage of Train and walk as well these both have been increased by 1% and 2% respectively.
AdministratorApril 1, 2022 at 9:18 AM720 Network PointsActivity Points 31650
The given Pie chart is (exhibits) information
methods of transport used (by people) to travel
We will illustrate and compare the changes in the modes of transport for travel; The units of measurement are used in percentile. (not required ; percentile is wrong usage instead proportion can be used)
During the year 2004(,) almost
the same no (number) has been reduced by nearly a quarter an
and only 28% people took car to reach university. (in 2009)
be careful with the errors mentioned.
MemberMarch 29, 2022 at 9:39 AM100 Network PointsActivity Points 910
The above two pie charts illustrate the major methods such as car, walking, train ,bus, and bicycle which people use to travel to a university or for a job in the year 2004 & 2009.
Overall, it can be seen that Car and Bus are the top two major modes of transport whereas Waliking and Train remains the least preferred method in both the years.
In 2004, Car contributes more than 50% as a method of transportation wheras bus’s share was around 1I3rd. The share of bicycle was around 9% in 2004 which increased significantly to 16% in the year 2009.
On the other hand car’s percentage
got reduced to 28% in 2009 whereas bus’s share rose to 46 % in that year. The
share of walking and train in modes of transport remains consistent in both the
years, as train and walking ‘s share marginally rise to 4% and 6% respectively
in the year 2009. 150 words
AdministratorApril 1, 2022 at 9:44 AM720 Network PointsActivity Points 31650
Waliking (walking) and Train remains the least preferred method(s)
modes of transport remains (almost) consistent in both the
marginally rise (rose) to 4% and 6%
avoid using apostrophe with non-living things
car’s share ( share of the car)
MemberMarch 29, 2022 at 9:43 AM120 Network PointsActivity Points 1240
The pie chart compare the difference in the means of transport for people who the means of travel to a specific university for the purpose of study and work in 2004 and 2009.
Overall, it is evident from the given charts that the significant changes were seen at three out of five modes of transport, namely: bus, bicycle, and car. Furthermore, while car was by far the most favorable mean in the first year examined, after 5 years, people tended to select bus as their main mode to reach this destination.
In 2004, just above a half of staff and students who travelled to this university chose to go by car, followed by bus, which made up 33 per cent of total methods of transportation. Conversely, people were not keen on travelling by bicycle, walking, and train, as evidenced by their relatively smaller figures.
After a half decade, the proportion of people decide to commute by bus increased sharply to 46 per cent seeing that the new bus stop was erected at this university in 2006. The similar trend could also be observed in the rate of bicycle users train passengers, and pedestrians . In contrast, due to the changes of car parking in 2008, the percentage of people enjoying travelling by car to this university witnessed a spectatular drop to 28 per cent.
AdministratorApril 1, 2022 at 10:11 AM720 Network PointsActivity Points 31650
The pie chart(s) compare the difference (preference of people ) in the means of transport for people who the means of travel to a specific
Work on paraphrasing , rest is fine
MemberApril 1, 2022 at 10:18 AM120 Network PointsActivity Points 1240
Ok mam thank you
MemberApril 22, 2022 at 4:22 AM100 Network PointsActivity Points 500
The pie charts examine the modes of transport used by people travelling to a given university for study or work in 2004 and 2009.
Overall, the data demonstrate that considerable changes occurred in three of the five modes of transport, particularly the bus, bicycle, and vehicle. Additionally, whereas the vehicle was by far the most advantageous method of transport in the first year analyzed, after five years, people tended to prefer the bus as their primary way of transport to this destination.
In 2004, somewhat more than half of faculty and students who travelled to this university did so by automobile, followed by bus, which accounted for 33% of total transportation. People, on the other hand, were not enthusiastic about travelling by bicycle, foot, or train, as demonstrated by their comparatively tiny figures (at 9,4,and 3 per cent, respectively).
After a half-decade, the proportion of persons choosing to commute by bus climbed dramatically to 46% following the establishment of a new bus stop at this university in 2006. A similar trend can be observed in bicycle ridership (which has nearly doubled since 2004), train passengers, and pedestrians (rose marginally by 1 to 2 per cent). In comparison, due to modifications in auto parking in 2008, the number of persons who love driving to this university dropped dramatically to 28%.