IELTS writing task 1- an amazing guide with model answers

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IELTS writing task 1 is a prominent part of IELTS writing that include report writing after the analysis of questions given in the form of charts, line graph, table, map, flow chart, and process.

Basic Introduction of IELTS writing task 1:

 Well, there are basically two types of writing tasks in IELTS writing that is IELTS writing task 1 and IELTS writing task 2. But, here we are going to shed light on task 1. So, in writing task one of IELTS you are generally asked five types of questions in the form of graphs and diagrams in the exam and you have to elaborate each and every aspect is given in the question in a summary.
IELTS writing task 1 is generally considered easier as compared to IELTS writing task 2. The reason being, everything you need to write in the task 1 report, is already given in the question and no information is needed to be added additionally from your own self. Unlike IELTS writing task 2, in IELTS writing task 1 you are required to explain every single bit about the data given in the form of stats or diagrams, after an overall and adequate analysis.

Due to this factor, IELTS writing task 1 is normally taken as easiest to attempt in comparison to task 2

Marking scheme of IELTS writing task1:

As you know, there are four fundamental parameters included in ielts writing task 1 on the basis of which your aggregate score is evaluated and these are:

Task achievement

Cohesion and coherence

Lexical resources 

Grammatical range and accuracy.

This is also a fact that each parameter contributes exactly 25% to the last decided band of the candidate.

Task achievement:

Under task achievement, you are required to write about exactly what has been given in the question of the task.

Basically, your following aspects are checked under Task Achievement.

  • Your way of providing an overview of the whole task.
  • Your way of presenting the whole task by including every major trend given in the data.
    Even, your word count is also considered. For achieving a band 7, you just need to describe all the main trends, stages, or differences that you find in the data given, in the whole IELTS writing task 1 summary.


Coherence and cohesion:

Under this parameter, the examiner focuses on the clarity of your ideas and also analyses whether your writing style is understandable easily or not. Next, he also scrutinizes the interconnections you have created in your whole task that is how well you have used the Connectors and linkers to link all the sentences of the report with each other.

Lexical resources:

This parameter checks your hold over variant influential vocab words and how efficiently you have used them. In order to grab more bands in IELTS writing task 1, you are highly recommended to use effective and advance level vocabulary while writing the whole task.  

Grammatical range and accuracy:

This primarily puts a check on the grammatical accuracy of the report and its usage in different forms. Instead, the structure of sentences you have framed in ielts writing task 1 is also analyzed. So, use complex and compound sentences rather than the simplest one in order to grab the highest score in task 1.

Tips for IELTS writing task 1:

  1. Effective opening
  2. Compare the data
  3. Manipulate the information
  4. Make suitable and catchy sentences
  5. Disclose major speculations along with easily detectable characteristics
  6. Use alluring expressions instead of a simple noun and adjective phrase
  7. Use connectors and linkers
  8. Give a detailed description of the major trends
  9. Count your words in aggregate at last
  10. know the difference between conclusion and overview.

1.EFFECTIVE OPENING / INTRODUCTION:

As it is usually said, “the first impression is the last impression”. So, in IELTS Writing Task 1 you need to begin with an effectual introduction that may boost a positive impression about your writing skills in the mind of the task checker. Below given are some fruit-bearing tips for you to begin your task with a catchy introduction. you are required to give a little description of the figure in a few words.

FOR EXAMPLE– if you are given in question…

–A PIE CHART:
The statistical figure /pie chart disseminates /depicts / compares / shows Information about………The data is calibrated in percentage / numbers.

-A BARGRAPH: (IELTS EXAM 2020)
Horizontal Bargraph:

The horizontal bar graph compares/ illustrates data /numerical figures about…….Data is calibrated in …….

Vertical Bargraph:

The vertical bar graph represents/ demonstrates……….. The statistical data is calibrated in percentage/numbers.

–LINE GRAPH: (IELTS EXAM 2020)
The statistical diagram/ line graph provides information about …..The data is calibrated in ……

–FLOW CHART:
The flowchart /process /pictorial chart outlines /elucidates the …….

–TABLE:
The tabular chart depicts/ signifies/ shows…. Data is calibrated in …….

–MAP:
The two maps show the changes/ modifications that took place in …..

2.COMPARE THE DATA GIVEN:

The second thing that may lead you towards a good attempt of task 1 is to compare the data given and try to develop a link between the given figures. To be focused, the more you explain the changes that took place in numerical data, in a complex way, and by comparing them, the more chances of you to grasp high bands.

Further, while comparing, if you will use adjectives and adverbs in explanation of task then it would be not less than ‘icing on the cake ‘.Always remember, the more you write beautifully in an influential way, the more you will earn bands. Therefore, just focus on comparing and contrasting the data in an attractive manner.

3. MANIPULATE THE INFORMATION:

The other thing you need to work upon is the art of manipulating language in your own words. Under this, IELTS aspirants must know how to change the form of information given and how to present it in a unique way in order to avoid imitation of words /figures mentioned in question statements.

For Example– if the population of country A is 100,00,000 and the population of country B is 50,00000 then …how will you write this in your answer sheet?

FIRST WAY:
The total population in A country is 100,00,000 while in country B it counts to 50,00000.

SECOND WAY:
The populace of nation B is exactly 50% less than that of nation A with a total population of 100,00,000.

Now you have to decide which way is more attractive and scoring in forms of presentation.

4.CRAFT SUITABLE AND CATCHY SENTENCES:

Keeping word limit in your mind, you must have the ability to create sentences that well suits the question and even lay an impactful impression on the checker. Being an IELTS aspirant, you might have come across the use of complex and compound sentences in writing.

But, I will suggest you use a passive form of sentences as well along with the above-mentioned sentence forms. In short, the use of the passive form will assist you in escalating your bands in IELTS writing task 1 as it will make your task distinct from the task written by others. 

 For example:

SIMPLE  SENTENCE

Population of china rose by 5 lakh in 2018 

PASSIVE FORM OF SENTENCE:

In 2018, there was a rise of 5 lakh in china’s population. 

5. Disclose major speculations along with easily detectable characteristics:

You are required to write down each speculation occurring in the data either small or big in order to cover major data given in the question diagram in your task. Also, mention the main characteristics of the data if you identified any.

6. Use alluring expressions instead of nouns and adjectives phrases:

 You can use some impressive expressions in IELTS Writing task 1 instead of simple and typical nouns and adjectives such as rather than writing there was a fast increase by two percent in the sale of baskets, use the sale of baskets surge by 2% rapidly.  

7. Use connectors and linkers effectively: 

Connectors and linkers cover your cohesion and coherence parameter of IELTS writing task 1. So, use suitable connectors and try to develop a link between the sentences you framed in the two main body paragraphs of IELTS writing task 1.

8. Define every trend in detail:

Do not try to use shortcuts, besides use your mind and add words in the report by yourself. Further, do not leave even a single trend unexplained. This way you may lose your bands. Hence, strive to include each and every aspect of the data in your whole IELTS writing task 1.

9. Count your words at last.

After you are done with your IELTS writing task 1, do not forget to count your words at last so that you can meet the word requirement of the task to avoid being penalized by losing a band. The general limit for a full-fledged IELTS writing task 1 is used to be between 150 to 200 words.

10. Know the difference between overview and conclusion:

The conclusion is usually written at the end of a task. However, an overview can be written after the introductory paragraph or at the end of the IELTS writing task1.

Just remember no conclusion is drawn out of task 1, instead the whole task is summerised in the form of an overview. No year is mentioned in the overall written at the end of the report, while it can be disclosed in the overall written after the introduction paragraph.

IELTS writing task 1 vocabulary:

Vocabulary for line graph:

upward trend

increase

rise
surge
incline

Download trend

Drop
fall  plunge
contraction
decline

No change
remain the same
remain stagnant
remain unchanged
the movement was/ is stable

Adverbs that can be used to descrie trends in IELTS writitng task 1

steadily
rapidly
gradually
suddenly
statically
Slightly
dramatically
considerably
significantly
steeply
sharply

adjectives that can be used in IELTS writing task 1:
steady
rapid
gradual
sudden
static
slight
dramatic
considerble
significance
steep
sharp

Additional vocabulary:

Hit the peak
hit the bottom
fluctuations/oscillations
a zig-zag trend
touched the lowest point
touched the highest point

Vocaulary for pie charts:

25%- quarter
50%- half
75%- 3 quarters

40%- 10% less than half
48%- near about half, near about 50% or more than 40%

62%- more than half or 12% more than half
80%- exact 80%
97%- less than 100% or
less than a cent

Comparing two different numerical figures

     A       B
     40% double of A<<<<<<

     80%
     40%>>>>>> half of B      80%
     56%>>>>>> triple of B      18%
       56% one third of A<<<<<<      18%
    15%>>>>>> 3 times of B      5%
    10% equal of A<<<<<<      10%
    10%>>>>>> equivalent of B      10%
comparison of two numerical figures in IELTS writing task 1

Vocabulary for map:

New amenities
Space alloted
introduced
constructed
Developed
Specific placement

Directions:

On one end
on the opposite end
near
to the right of
to the left of
to the extreme left or right
in between

Area:

Enlarged

enhanced

contracted

decreased

rebuilt

reshaped

converted into 

Changes:

Evolution 

modification 

bents 

alterations


No change:

remain unchanged
unaltered
remain the same


Vocabulary for bar graph:

Stacked bar graph
horizontal bar graph
vertical bar graph

for process and flow chart:

First of all
secondly
shifted
mixed
assembled/processed
sent
transferred to
Thereafter
arrived at

Vocabulary for denoting time period in IELTS writing Task 1:

over the period of
over 2 decades
(decade= 10 year)
between year/month and year/month

Trends

quite less
highest
a minor increase/ decrease
a major increase/ decrease
a huge change with
an enormous change with
a significant decrease/ increase
a marked decrease/ increase
at approximately
around
near about


vocab for the introduction paragraph of the IELTS writing task 1:

The line graph/bar graph/map/ pie chart/ flow chart / depicts/ illustrates/ elucidates/ demonstrates/ provides/ describes/ shows/ sketch out/ enumerates/presents the data of/ information of/ the data about/ the changes of/ the differences of/ the trends of

vocabulary to start the body paragraph of IELTS writing task 1:

As can be seen that
as it is crystal clear
according to the
as the pictorial diagram suggests
as is presented in the graph(s)/ diagram(s)/ pie chart(s)/ table(s).
The numerical data suggest that
It can be noted that
As it is clear from the data
The diagram reveals that
As is shown in the diagram that

Model answers of IELTS writing task 1:

Bar graph  

The vertical bar graph depicts the data about regular visits of Americans to fast food restaurants over the period of a decade. Data is calibrated in percentage.

As can be clearly seen that the number of people visiting fast-food restaurants once a week and one or two times a month were fluctuating between 25 to near about 33, Starting from 2003 till 2013. Then, the proportion of people having fast food daily was 4 in 2003 that declined by 1 in 2006 and remained constant in 2013 too. Similarly, the percent of Americans that never went to fast-food restaurants contracted from 5 in 2003 to 4 for the next years.

Further,  the residents of the United States that used to consume fast food several times a week were approximately 16 in 2003 that rose to exactly 20 in 2006 and again dropped down to even less than 16 after 7 years. Furthermore, the count of people eating at fast-food counters was standing at 15 in 2006 and 2013 and that was merely 12 in the year the first year.

Overall, Americans were noted to eat fast food once a week and at least two times a month rather than eating it on an everyday basis.

words- 204

Important tips for Bar graph

Flowchart

The pictorial diagram reveals the distinct steps involved in the process of the usage of geothermal energy for the formation of electricity.

Initially, the cold water is pumped down at least 4.5 kilometers beneath the earth in the injection well. Then, the water moves from the injection well towards a specific space called a geothermal zone that is made up of hot rock. After that, the water gets heated up and is transferred to the production well.

Next, the hot water from the production well is pumped up to reach the condenser on the earth’s surface that turns it into steam. Further, the steam is passed on to the turbines through a small pipe that leads them to rotate. At last, the rotating turbine produces electricity in the generator that is later transferred to a geothermal power plant for being utilized by households.

Overall, the procedure of electricity generation begins with cold water and ends with the final production of electricity in the generator.

words- 162

Important tips for attempting a flow chart in IELTS writing task 1

Map

The two maps compare the amenities present in Islip town center with the amenities predicted to be introduced in the future.  

In the current map of Islip town centre, it can be noted that there is a main road in the centre that stretches from west to east and plethora of shops are situated at the opposite sides of this road. Further, a large area of the town towards the south is occupied as the residential area along with a school towards its west and a park on its east. And, these are linked to the main road through two small roads. While the countryside area is located in the northern part of the centre. 
Shifting towards the planed map, the main road is expected to be demolished into a street for pedestrians with a big shopping centre in its north accompanied by a bus station on its one side and a car park on the opposite side. Adjacent to the car park,  an area is projected to be left for developing new houses. Additionally, the parking area is supposed to be contracted in future with enlargement in the area for houses to its west. At the outer boundaries of the centre, a circular dual carriageway is planned to be constructed.

words- 205

Important tips for map

Table

the tablet chart disseminates the data about the expenditure made by natives of five nations on consumer items in the year 2002. 

As can be noted that,  Turkey was at the top for recording its highest consumer expenditure on food, drinks, and tobacco with about 32%, followed by 28.9 1% in Ireland and 10% less than that in Spain. Whilst,  in Italy and Sweden, showed an expenditure of 16% approximately on consumption items. 

On the other hand, the income disposed of by the people of Ireland, Spain, and Turkey on clothing and footwear was almost the same and that revolved around 6%. The highest and lowest consumer expenditure on footwear and clothing was recorded in Italy and Sweden with 9% and exactly 5.40 % respectively. Focusing on leisure and education expenditure, Spain and Ireland occupied the lowest ranks for expanding nearly 2%. Further, a little more than 3% was the aggregate national consumer expenditure incurred by Italians and Sweden people for leisure and educational purposes. At last, Turkey holds the first rank for spending at least 4.35 % as the highest consumer expenses on free time and educational activities.

Overall, the highest national consumer expenditure was made by Turkish people on food, drinks, and tobacco than any other category.

words- 202

Important tips for explaining a table in IELTS writing task 1

Line Graph

The graphical picture reveals the comparative data on the count of burglaries found in four nations over a period of 10 years.

The statistical Figure clearly shows that the number of burglary cases was fluctuating between 5000 to 10000 in all other countries except Great Britain from 2000 to 2005 with a little downfall of 1000 cases in Norway and Spain in 2003. There was a gradual upward movement in the burglaries graph of Spain from 6000 to 8000 in 2005. on the other side, great Britain was leading with16000 cases at the beginning that declined to 15000 in 2004  after hitting its highest peak at 20000 cases in 2002.

Further,  in 2005 there were exactly 5000 burglaries found in Norway and 3000 more than that in Spain and even Greece exceeded Spain by 1000 additional burglaries that grow to 14000 in 2009. To be focused, after 2005 the graph for burglaries in Spain tend to fall down and reached 4000 last year. Instead, the number of burglaries in Norway was fixed at 5000 till 2007 that surged to 6,000 at the end of 2009. The burglaries in Great Britain continued to rise in 2005 and after touching 20,000 thefts again in 2006, it rapidly moved down to 15000 theft in 2009.

Overall,  it can be said Great Britain stayed at the top for registering a large proportion of burglaries over the period.

words- 202

Important tips for attempting Line graph

pie chart:

The group of pie charts depicts the usage of water for various activities by distinct continents of the Cosmos.

As can be seen that Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and Africa are at the top for utilizing more than 80% of their water resources for agriculture. While 7% of water is used for domestic properties in Central Asia and Southeast Asia and 2% more than that in Africa. On the other hand, the use of water for industries is quite less with merely 5%, 7%, and 12% in Africa, Central America, and Southeast Asia respectively.
Further, 71% of total water is consumed for irrigating fields in South America followed by less than 40% in North America and Europe. Furthermore, the employment of water for industrial purposes is near about 50% in North America and Europe but it is only 10% in South America. Moreover, the usage of water for household activities lies between 11% to 20% in Europe and both American continents.

 Overall, in all continents, water resources are majorly used for agricultural purposes.

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Important tips for IELTS writing task 1 pie chart

Common mistakes in IELTS Writing task 1:

There are numerous mistakes that Ielts aspirants do while attempting Writing task 1, Such as:

  • Detailed explanation
  • using the first person
  • writing more than 20-minute
  • Rewriting the question in the introduction
  • overwriting and underwriting
  • Repetition of the same vocab.
  1. Detail explanation

With a fear of losing a band due to not including every trend of the data. Students prefer to write about each trend of the data which is a wrong approach. Rather, they are required to put a light on the major trend of the data mainly by writing a few words for the normal or on unnoticeable change in the trend.

2. Using first-person:

Unlike, the essays of IELTS writing task 2, you are not supposed to use words that are the examples of the first or second person that is you, your, Yourself, I, my, we. If you use them then definitely you are going to lose your band in task 1. Instead of this, always write the IELTS writing task 1 report in a general way without including any word that indicates a person either first or second.

3. Writing for more than 20 minutes:

Although in your IELTS exam you would be allowed 1 hour as a whole to write tasks 1 and 2 this is mentioned in writing task 1 question statement to wind up the report within 20 minutes, rather than sinking inside the depth of the report and writing it for 30 minutes. Surely, in this way, you will save your time for writing task 2 essay that requires you to write in detail and even takes time for being elaborated properly.

4. Rewriting the question in the introduction: 

In the IELTS writing task 1, you are always suggested not to repeat the question statement or even words given in it. While writing its answer. Besides, you need to manipulate the question in a different way and write the intro part of the report without replicating the vocab given in the question statement.

5. Overwriting and underwriting:

This mistake is commonly found in the IELTS aspirants as they used to write the report of IELTS writing task 1 over/under the world limit. As you know, the minimum world limit for task 1 report is said to be 150 worlds that can be taken up to 200 words maximum.  But there are plenty of students that either write below 150 words limit or might explain it for more than 200 words which is total foolishness. Hence, the examiners penalize these types of students.

6. Repetition of same words:

Most of the students do this mistake and they do so because they don’t have earned a good hold over a variety of vocab words. Hence, they lack in writing synonyms of the words and mention the same word again and again which leads to lessening of a band in aggregate.

FAQs related to writing task 1.

How can I improve my writing task one in IELTS?
Read as many model answers as you can.
– Improve your vocab and learn their synonyms too.- learn the art of doing comparisons.
– learn how to describe different trends given in the data.
– Learn at least 10 words each for an upward and downward trend along with adverbs to define them.
– Learn how to use connectors well. Learn how to frame complex or compound sentences.

How can I check my IELTS writing task 1?
Well, you can evaluate your task 1 on the basis of 4 parameters:
Task achievement- evaluate either you have written the report as per the data given.
Cohesion and Coherence- Evaluate either your sentences make sense and are interlinked with each other.
 Lexical resources-evaluate the vocab words you have used as either they are diversified or common ones.
Grammatical Range and accuracy- check the complexity of your sentences.

Is cutting allowed in IELTS writing task 1? 
No, you are not supposed to do cutting and leave it there as it is. Besides, in the IELTS exam, you will be provided with stationery items by the organizers themselves. So, if you do cutting while writing then erase it immediately to avoid losing a band because cutting lays a detrimental effect on the examiner.

How many types of questions are there in the IELTS writing task 1?
There are basically six types of questions that are being asked in IELTS writing as mentioned below: Line graph, Tabular chart, map, bar graph, Flow chart Process, and Pie chart.

How do you write a process chart in IELTS writing task 1?
In the process chart, you need to define a specific procedure of something. In the intro, we disclose what the process is about. Then in the body paragraph, we initiate from the first step of the process, and by mentioning every step one by one we reach the last step and finish our task there.
 At last, we write an overall description a little about the steps. We can write overall in two ways- by describing a number of steps by describing the name of the first step and the last step of the process.

How do you write a process diagram? 
The procedure to write a process diagram is similar to a process chart. Start with the first step and write all steps sequence-wise and at last wind up with the last step.  

What is a diagram in writing? 
 Diagram in IELTS writing task 1 consists of graphs, tabular charts, pie charts, maps, and flowcharts. Every diagram depicts the data in a different appearance than the other ones. Graph diagrams basically include bar graph (either horizontal or vertical) and line graph only.

How do you describe a process?
A process is basically described in different steps and in writing, the whole procedure of a process is described step-wise using succeding connectors.

What diagram means in IELTS writing task one?
Diagram refers to the presentation of data in a structural form so that it can become easy to understand and a final overview can be drawn out of it by wrapping up a rough analysis of the whole data.

How do you summarise a graph?
A graph either bar graph or line graph is summarised by taking out the most important information in it and by avoiding the least worthy information being given in the question. In this way, we can cover all the relevant points in the report within a specific word limit.

 How do you introduce a graph?
An introduction of the graph is given by describing what is the graph all about and how the data is given in the graph such as, in percent or in number etcetera. 

How much is writing task 1 worth?
IELTS writing task 1 is worth 30% of your total score in IELTS writing. That means more bands are allotted for IELTS writing task 2 than task 1.

Can I take more than 20 minutes to write my task 1?
well, for the whole writing including IELTS writing tasks 1 and 2 you will be provided one hour in aggregate. So, it’s up to you how much time you devote to writing task 1. As 20 minutes is the least limit which is recommended by IELTS exam organizers to finish your stuff within a short span of time and use the remaining time for task 2 in an effective way.

How can I organize the information in my task 1?
For this, except general introduction, you are required to write two body paragraphs of equal length. So, divide the data equally, compare it and write upon it in the two body paragraphs by keeping in mind the word limit for the report.

IELTS writing task 1 questions for practice :

The graph below shows a survey result of 4000 participants who expressed what important aspects they have learned from the internship they have completed.

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

IELTS writing task 1-pie chart shows the information about a survey
pie chart for IELTS writing task 1

The graphs below show the average monthly expenditure on children’s sports and participation in different sports in the UK from 2008 to 2014.

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

IELTS writing task 1-The graphs below show the average monthly expenditure
Line graph for IELTS writing task 1

The diagram below shows the evolution of a salmon, from egg to adult fish.

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

IELTS writing task 1- the evolution of a salmon
Diagram for IELTS writing task 1

The table below shows the worldwide market share of the notebook computer market for manufacturers in the years 2006, 2007, and 2014.

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

IELTS writing task 1-The table  shows the worldwide market share of the notebook
table for IELTS writing task 1

The average prices per kilometer of clothing imported into the European Union from six different countries in 1993 and 2003 are shown in the bar chart below.

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

IELTS writing task 1-The average prices per kilometer of clothing
Bargraph for IELTS writing task 1

The diagram shows the procedure for high school graduates to enter university.

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

IELTS writing task 1-diagram shows the procedure for high school graduates to enter university.
process for IELTS writing task 1

The chart below shows the amount spent on six consumer goods in four European countries.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

IELTS writing task 1-IELTS writing task 1-chart below shows the amount spent on six consumer goods
Vertical bargraph for IELTS writing task 1

The table below provides information on rental charges and salaries in three areas of London.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

table below provides information on rental charges and salaries in three areas of London.
Tabular data for IELTS writing task 1

The two maps below show an island, before and after the construction of some tourist facilities.

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

IELTS writing task 1-two maps below show an island, before and after the construction of some tourist facilities.
Map for IELTS writing task 1

The diagram below shows the process by which bricks are manufactured for the building industry.

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

Process for IELTS writing task 1

The pie charts below show units of electricity production by fuel source Australia and France in 1980 and 2000.

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

IELTS writing task 1-pie charts below show units of electricity production by fuel source Australia and France in 1980 and 2000.
Pie charts for IELTS writing task 1

The graph below shows the number of complaints made about noise to Environmental Health authorities in the city of Newtown between 1980 and 1996.

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

IELTS writing task 1-graph below shows the number of complaints made about noise to Environmental Health authorities in the city of Newtown between 1980 and 1996.
Line graph for IELTS writing task 1

The following diagram elucidates how greenhouse gases trap energy from the Sun. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown in the diagram.

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

 IELTS writing task 1-diagram elucidates how greenhouse gases trap energy from the Sun.
Flow diagram for IELTS writing task 1

Plan A below shows the structure of a health center in 2005. Plan B shows the same place in the present day.

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

 IELTS writing task 1
Maps for IELTS writing task 1

The chart below reveals information about changes in average house prices in five distinct regions between 1990 and 2002 compared with the average house prices in 1989.

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

 IELTS writing task 1-chart below reveals information about changes in average house prices
stacked Bargraph for IELTS writing task 1

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