NIL AdminAdministratorAugust 15, 2021 at 8:45 PM
1. The bar chart details the changes in travel habits by mode of transport in 1990 and 2000 in the UK. 2. Looking from an overall perspective, it is readily apparent that the rise in total figures over the period was a result of increases from rail, bus and air as bicycle and motorbike usage fell. 3. The most common forms of travel were by far bus and rail.
1. Paraphrase what the graph shows.
2. Write a clear overview summarising the major trends and differences.
3. Add an extra sentence to be sure that you have covered everything.
Looking first of all at the two leaders, busing accounted for precisely 40 kilometres in 1990, before a small increase to 42 by 2000. 2. Rail was lower in both periods at 36 and 38 km, respectively.
1. Begin writing about the differences.
2. Compare as much as possible.
The less used modes of transport were all below 5 km a week. 2. Bicycles started at 2 and fell to 1 km while motorbikes halved from 4 to 2 km. 3. Finally, air in 1990 was just above 1 but had quadrupled to 4 km per month per person by 2000.
1. Write about the rest of the information.
2. Make sure you have detailed all the information.
3. Don’t leave anything out!
Overall totals constituted 100 km in 1990 and a subsequent 110 by the end of the period surveyed.
1. The total is also important to mention.