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IELTS Report on bar chart on expenditure on goods in the UK and France

IELTS Report on expenditure on goods in the UK and France in 2010

You should spend about 20 minutes on the task.

The chart below shows the expenditure of two countries on consumer goods in 2010.

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

Write at least 150 words.

IELTS Bar chart on expenditure of two countries the UK and France in 2010

IELTS Report on expenditure by the UK and France on cars computers books perfumes and cameras

Introduction

The bar chart depicts the amount of money (in pounds sterling) spent by France and the UK on five different consumer goods in 2010.

Overview of the expenditure by the UK and France

Overall, the UK has spent more money on consumer goods than France did. Also, from the bar diagram, it is evident that both the UK and France have their maximum expenditure on cars, whereas the consumers in both countries expended the least money on perfume.

Body Paragraph 1 on goods on which UK spent more than France

France bought cars worth 450,000 pounds, books worth 300,000 pounds and cameras about 150,000 pounds. At the same time, the UK preferred to spend 50,000 pounds more on cars, 100,000 pounds on books and 200,000 pounds on cameras as compared to its counterpart. Expenditure on cameras by the UK is almost more than double that of France.

Body Paragraph 2 on goods on which France spent more than the UK

On the other hand, Perfume remains the least spent item for UK citizens at less than 150,000 pounds, whereas France spent about 200,000 pounds on the same.

Body paragraph 3 on goods on which the UK and France spent almost same number of pounds

Both France and the UK preferred investing 350,000 pounds and more on computers. It is the only commodity wherein the difference between the expenditure of both countries is the least.

Comments 

The report has a clear introduction and overview. Firstly, the overview summarises the overall pattern without revealing any numbers. Secondly, body paragraphs have a straightforward design and purpose.
Additionally, the appropriate comparisons are made within and across the paragraphs. The author has also ensured coherence and cohesion.
Lastly, there are hardly any grammatical errors. Also, the sentences have a wide variety of structures.
Overall, the report follows all evaluation criteria mentioned by IELTS.

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