How to write Introduction for line graph/bar graph/pie chart and table

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How to write Introduction for line graph/bar graph/pie chart and table

Single graphs

Introduction should state what the graph shows

 

Double graphs

Introduction – You should write one sentence but introduce charts separately

Ex: The first bar chart shows…, and the second chart illustrates….

 

How to write:

Writing an Introduction sentence for Task 1 is easy. Simply follow the steps below:

Single graph:

The line graph/pie chart/bar chart/table provides information about … (what happened, Where it happened, when happened)

Double graphs:

The line graph/bar chart/pie chart/table provides information about … (what,where,when happened) …,
while the pie chart/table/bar chart/line graph indicates … (what,where,when happened).

The line graph/bar chart/pie chart/table provides information about … (what,where,when happened) …,
with the pie chart/table/bar chart/line graph indicating … ((what,where,when happened).

 

Change sentence structures

Verb>>>>>>>>>>>noun

The USA invested more money than other countries

The investment by the USA was more than other countries.

 

Active sentence into Passive

Teenagers used computers more than adults did.

The computers were used more by teenagers.

Use synonyms and antonyms:

The chart shows data on the number of computers bought in Baku.

The chart shows data on the number of computers purchased in Baku.

 

Use how much, how many and how …

See the examples below to understand the correct usage of “how” phrases.

The line graph shows the number of people immigrated to Canada during last year.

The line graph shows how many people immigrated to Canada during last year.

 

The pie chart shows the amount of money spent on living expenses.

The pie chart shows how much money was spent on living expenses.

 

The table shows different transport modes, which are used by university students in Tolerado.

The table shows how university students in Tolerado get to the university by using different means of transport.

 

Use synonyms and antonyms:

The chart shows data on the number of computers bought in Baku.

The chart shows data on the number of computers purchased in Baku.

 

Use how much, how many and how …

See the examples below to understand the correct usage of “how” phrases.

The line graph shows the number of people immigrated to Canada during last year.

The line graph shows how many people immigrated to Canada during last year.

 

The pie chart shows the amount of money spent on living expenses.

The pie chart shows how much money was spent on living expenses.

 

The table shows different transport modes, which are used by university students in Tolerado.

The table shows how university students in Tolerado get to the university by using different means of transport.

 

 

Our Introduction: The pie charts compare visitors’ responses to a survey about customer service at the Parkway Hotel in 2005 and in 2010.

How to write Introduction for line graph bar chart pie chart and table Writing task 1 IELTS

The line graph below shows changes in the amount and type of fast food consumed by Australian teenagers from 1975 to 2000.

How to write Introduction for line graph bar chart pie chart and table Writing task 1 IELTS 2

 

The line graph compares the fast food consumption of teenagers in Australia between 1975 and 2000, a period of 25 years.

 

 

The graph shows Internet Usage in Taiwan by Age Group, 1998-2000.

How to write Introduction for line graph bar chart pie chart and table Writing task 1 IELTS 3

Introduction: The bar graph provides information about the distribution of internet users in four different age brackets in Thailand over three consecutive years (1998-2000).

 

The diagram below shows the average hours of unpaid work per week done by people in different categories. (Unpaid work refers to such activities as childcare in the home, housework and gardening.)

How to write Introduction for line graph bar chart pie chart and table Writing task 1 IELTS 4

The double bar chart provides information about how many unpaid work hours (what) men and women in different categories (where) spend in a week (when). These categories are based on how many children they have.

 

Paraphrase more:

graph: line/bar graph

chart: line/bar chart

diagram:: figure

shows: illustrate ( use “compares” if there is a comparison)

proportion= percentage

information=data

the number of = the figure for

the proportion of = the figure for

people in Canada = Canadians

from 2000 to 2015 = between 2000 and 2015

from 2000 to 2015 = over a period of 15 years.

how to deliver = the process of delivery

in three countries = in Canada, France, Austria

 

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