The percentage of children taking dietary supplements was relatively stable during the first two months of the year. During the first two months, supplement use remained fairly unchanged. There was a slight decrease in the use of dietary supplements in March.
The graph shows a slight decrease in March. Supplement use experienced a steady decrease in March. Supplement use decreased slightly in March. Two graphs together Sometimes you get two graphs to describe together. This lessons shows you how to organize your answer if you do.
It shows you that tables are not that different from other types of graph. Language of Change This lesson explains some useful sentence structures using some common language of change and you can practice the words with a gap fill.
Language to Compare and Contrast Compare and contrast language is needed for most graphs and diagrams so it is important to learn and practice it. A Common Mistake This lesson takes you through a mistake that is common when describing graphs in Task 1.
Using Prepositions Learn how to use the right prepositions when you are using the language of change in a graph over time. Describing graphs in the future Sometimes you may be given a graph to describe that is predicting what will happen in the future.
View some strategies on how to approach a task 1 like this. Organizing a Line Graph Part 1 Find out about how there is more than one was to organize a task 1 graph, and learn how to write about a graph divided into 'age groups'. Organising a Line Graph Part 2 If you want to achieve a high band score for your graph you must ensure it is well-organised.
This lesson tells you more about one possible way of doing this. These IELTS writing task 1 lessons provide you with practice for learning about all the various types of graph or diagram you may get. It discusses line graphs, processes, bar charts, pie charts and tables and provides you with many other tips, advice and practice for the types of language you will need to use.
Gap fills are an excellent way to improve your ability to describe graphs, charts, tables and diagrams. You have to fill in the words that are missing from the description. This helps you to learn and remember key language.
This exercise focuses on some basic language, which you need to describe graphs. Look at the graph below. Following the graph, there are 25 statements about the data.
IELTS Sample Charts (IELTS Writing Task 1) The Writing Task 1 of the IELTS Academic test requires you to write a summary of at least words in response to a particular graph (bar, line or pie graph), table, chart, or process (how something works, how something is done).
IELTS Writing Task 1: Free lessons, strategies and tips for getting a high score for the academic task 1 of the IELTS test. You have to describe some kind of graph, diagram or map. We'll show you the best ways to do this and top tips for a high score. IELTS Line Graph Sample 19 - with model answer [ Line Graph Question: The graph below shows the demand for electricity in England during typical days in winter and summer. The pie chart shows how electricity is used in an average English home.
Lesson on an IELTS Bar Graph, Writing Task 1. In this lesson we will look at: 1. The structure needed for IELTS Writing task 1. 2. Paraphrasing the introduction. 3. Writing an overview 4. Writing body paragraphs. 5. Example task and model answer. IELTS Academic Writing Task 1: This lesson describes in a simple way how you should describe a graph for the academic part of the test for task 1. You need an introduction, overview and body paragraphs. These simple steps will show you how, and how to .