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Task 1 Line graph for practice

Task 1 Line graph for practice

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The line graph below gives information about the number of visitors to three London museums between June and September 2013.

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

Write at least 150 words.

Line Graph

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16 Responses so far.

  1. Uzair ahmed mahar says:

    The graph illustrates the number of visitors to three london museums in four months of summer of 2013.

    The visitors in british museum in june are approximately 600 thousand which increase to 700 thousand visitors in the month of july,again it decline and came to 500 thousand in august after that it increased again to below 700 thousand of visitors in september.It can be said that number of visitors fluctuated in summer of 2013.
    From june to july visitors in science and natural historical museum started decreasing above 500 thousand and approximately 400 thousand respectively.The visitors in natural museum started increasing slowly in july and came to below 500 thousand in september in 2013 which is slightly same to the visitors of natural history museum.
    In conclusion, we can say that more and more people came to visit british museum in summer 2013.

    • Alam Alam says:

      Dear Uzhair,

      – Before “2013” use “in”
      – use second verb form “increased” in the first line of the body.
      – use second verb form “declined”.
      – use “British” with first letter capital.

      expected Band 5.5

      Keep practicing

  2. Tam says:

    The line chart illustrates the people visiting the three museums in London from June to September 2013. Looking from an overall perspective, it is readily apparent that the British Museum was most visited while the Science Museum was to the contrary and the Natural History Museum’s visitors fell down over the said period.

    In June, the Science Museum got the lowest number with only 400 visitors, however, the Natural History Museum and the British Museum had an approximate number of visitors. Then, the number of people visiting the Natural History and the Science Museum fell down, i.e. over 300 people in July, while the British Museum saw a significant rise, having more than 700 visitors. It seems that August was not the right time for people to visit museums as the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum and the British got the smallest numbers, 300, less than 400 and 500, respectively. Compared to June, the British Museum had the biggest fall, leaving the highest rate of more than 700 to 500 visitors only while the Natural History Museum remained the same number, about 400 visitors. In September, the numbers bounced back, they were nevertheless not at the same number in comparison with the beginning of the period.

  3. lg says:

    The line graphs provides data about the quantity of visits received monthly in three London museums, from June to September in 2013. Overall, two of three museums experienced an increase in their number of visitors within this period.
    The British museum experienced a sharply increase in the number of visitors, from 600 thousands to approximately 750 thousands, between June and July. Then, it dramatically declined making up 500 thousands and finally rose to nearly 600 thousands in September. The British museum showed the largest variety in the quantity of people visiting it.
    The figures for the Science and Natural History museum are nearly similar. The Science museum had a gradual decrease between June (400 thousands) and August (300 thousands), increasing to around 450 thousand in the next month. The Natural History museum had a significant drop from June (550 thousands) to July to around 470 thousands, and then it remained stabilised until next month. From August to July, the museum experienced a small upward to almost 500 thousands.

  4. RABAIL says:

    The graph illustrates number of people (in thousands), who visited the three famous museums of London from June to September, 2013.
    In June, British museum had been visited by 600 visitors, while the Natural History and Science museum were at the rate of more than 500 and 400 respectively. Nearly, 7.5 hundred visited British museum in July, comparatively other two museums were less visited.
    Moreover, the number declined in August, where only 500 people take a tour to British museum and 400 to Science museum, while visitors of Natural history museum remained same previously.
    Conversely, in last month of summer the number of visitors increased steadily, and so, they reached to 6.5 hundred in British museum and similar numbers of approximately 4.5 hundred in other two museums.
    To conclude, it is unclear whether visitors were international tourists or local residents, but overall, British museum of London was mostly visited by large number of people in last summer.

  5. RABAIL says:

    The two tables describe yearly intake of different beverages by an individual of foreign countries.
    The first table illustrates beer intake in which maximum amount is consumed by Ireland and then Germany as 155 litres and 119 litres, respectively. This is then followed by Austria, where 106 litres are yearly taken by per person. In addition, Belgium, Denmark and U.K show similar rate of 98 litres consumption. Finland, in contrast, is consuming only 79 litres which is comparatively half than Ireland and other European states.
    In the other table, Canada is the highest in consumption of 52.6 litres fruit juices, yearly. USA is the second biggest user with 42.8 litres which is comparatively on 8th position in the beer consuming table. Also, Germany and Austria are good in juice as well as beer intake. Moreover, Sweden, Australia and Finland show similar amount of near 35 litres, while least amount of 24.8 litres juice consumed in Newzealand.
    Overall, Beer is highly liked by people, whereas, demand of fresh juices also increased in many countries.

  6. RABAIL says:

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  7. Raja Junaid Latif says:

    Here above three lines shows the number of visiters in three different museum in London.In British Museun from june to july the amount of visitors increse from 600 upto 700 and thenit falls to 500 in august and again increse to 650 in the month of september. While in Science Museum the visitor quantity falls from 400 to 300 from june to august and then again visitor quantity increase upto 400 in sep. In Natural History Museum in the month of july the quatity of the Visitor is 550 which got down to near 375 in july then it remain same till august and from august to september it increase near to 450 visitors.

    • Alam Alam says:

      Dear Latif,

      You need to improve follwoing

      – Grammar
      – Cohesion and COherence
      – Task achievement

      Join IELTS preparatory classes somewhere where you can practice more…

  8. rabail says:

    sir please check my work

  9. Ashwath says:

    The line graph shows the number of visitors during summer to three London museums between June and September 2013. The X-axis represents the months in summer from June to September. The Y-axis indicates the number of visitors from 0-800 in thousands. Three Axes are used to represent the number of visitors, namely British Museum in solid Orange, Science Museum in red followed by Natural History Museum in blue colors.
    In June 2013, almost 600 thousands of visitor’s had visited London museum, 550 thousands of visitors to Natural History Museum and then followed by Science Museum with 400 thousands of visitors. In July 2013, there had been a sharp increase of visitors in British Museum from 600 to 650 Thousands, however the other two Museums had seen a decrease. In August 2013, British Museum had seen a significant decrease of visitors from 750 to 500, other 2 Museums did not see any significant change. In September 2013, there had been a significant increase of visitors in all the Museums. In conclusion, the graph indicates, British museum attracted with 2500 visitors, Natural History museum with 2075 visitors followed by 1525 visitors to the Science Museum.

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