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(ielts graph)The trends in consumption of fast foods in U.K



joythblessyThreads: 87
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Author: Tessy Joseph
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Feb 28, 2013, 04:23am   #1
The chart below shows the amount of money per week spent on fast foods in Britain. The graph shows the trends in consumption of fast foods.
Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.
- You should write at least 150 words.
- You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.



The given graph illustrate the changes in the popularity of the fast food conception in a period of twenty years from 1970 and the percentage of expenditure for fast food for three categories of people according to their income, high, average and low for pizza, hamburger, and fish and chips in UK, 1990.


Overall, the high and average income people spend their higher percentage of fast food expense for hamburger, whereas, the low income people prefer fish and chips. The popularity of hamburger and fish and chips are continuously increased, while demand of pizza reduced throughout the years of review.The first bar chart high income people spends 42% of their experience of fast food in hamburger which is more than double of the expense in pizza and nearly three times higher than fish and chips. The people with average income there is a difference of three times with pizza expenses and a marginal difference of 6% with fish and chips while comparing them with hamburger expense. On the contrary, low category people choose fish and chips as their favorable fast food 16%, which is closely followed by hamburger 18%. The pizza usage is half of the expense of hamburger.


In the second graph, there was a minimum difference between the use of hamburger and pizza in 1970, continued its increased use in the same level roughly until the mid 1980. There after both showed a considerable increasing trend. The fish and chips usage shot up from 150 to 500in the next two and half years while hamburger use climbed from 80 to 280. A negative trend is shown by pizza use. In 1970, it was 300 continuously dropped and reached to 200 in mid 1985 and thereafter shows a negligible rise in the end of 1990.


In short, the health concern of the people increased and the use of fish and chips raised high and average income people consider hamburger as their favorite, but poor peopleís favorite is fish and chips.


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Author: M.H.S.S Desilva
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Feb 28, 2013, 10:26pm   #2
Hi,
Tence need to be "past"
You can reduce the word count by,

The given graphs illustrate the change in the popularity of pizza, hamburger, and fish and chips in a period of twenty years from 1970 and the percentage of expenditure for fast food based on income of the British,in particular, high, average and low, in the year1990.

Overall, the high and average income people spent more on hamburger, whereas, the low income people prefer fish and chips.

According to the the bar chart, high income people spent 42% of their income on hamburger which is more than double the expense of pizza and nearly three times higher than that of fish and chips.

In those who earn averagely, the relationship of hamburger expense was three times of pizza and a marginal difference of 6% with fish and chip . On the contrary, people of low income category chose fish and chips as their favorable fast food 16%, which was little less than for hamburger standind at 18% while the pizza usage was half of the expense of hamburger.




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