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The chart below shows the percentages of students in an evening art class who study five art forms.

The chart shows how many males and females chose to attend various language classes.
The bar chart shows the percentages of people in Great Britain living alone by age and sex in
2004/2005
1. New Zealand consumed the ………………………. gas at approximately 5 million tons.

2. The former Soviet Union produced the ………………………. amount at 0.4 million tons.

3. The USA was the ………………………. consumer and producer of gas at 600 million tons and 500
respectively.

4. The USA consumed and produced ………………………. natural gas than any other country.

5. South Korea consumed 18.9 million tons of gas; ………………………., it produced none.

6. China’s consumption and production of oil were ………………………. at 24.3 and 25.0 respectively.

7. The USA, the Former Soviet Union, Japan and South Korea all consumed more gas ……………………….
they produced.

8. Australia consumed four ………………………. gas than New Zealand.

9. ………………………. Zealand produced 5.1 million tons of gas, South Korea produced none.

10. New Zealand consumed ………………………. 5 million tons of gas.

a) times for f) while


b) nearly the same g) least
c) lowest h) far more
d) biggest i) just under
e) however j) than
The chart below shows the percentages of students in an evening art class who study five art forms.

1. Animation has the largest proportion of teenagers,

2. Only 25% of teenagers attend painting,

3. Some of the classes are clearly more popular with one of the age groups,

4. Generally, adults are more excited about painting and jewelry

5. Overall, sculpture has more adults than teenagers,

6. Animation attracts a large percentage of teenagers

a. compared with the younger group.

b. although it is fairly popular with both age groups.

c. whereas drawing and sculpture are equally popular with both.

d. but it is much less popular for adults.

e. in comparison with jewelry and painting.

f. while the figure for adults is about 75%.


The bar chart shows the percentages of people in Great Britain living alone by age and sex in
2004/2005

The data depicts the proportion of British people who lived alone in 2004-2005 as sorted by gender and
age. Overall, a (1) ……………………… of males in the three age groups (2) ……………………… 16 – 64 year olds
lived alone while women in the two older age groups lived alone at (3) ……………………… as men.

A can be seen, a (4) ……………………… percentage of males than females lived alone in the 16-24 and 45-64
age groups, but by only a slight margin; 5% to 4% and 16% to 15%, respectively. Whereas, for those aged
25-44, the figure for males (15%) was (5) ……………………… the female rate.

Looking at the two oldest groups, the (6) ……………………… for women was about twice as high (7) …………
in both groups. In the 65-74 age group, women living alone (8) ………………………32% while they accounted
for 59% of those over 75. By (9) ……………………… males made up 18% and 28%, in turn.

a) represented
b) as for men
c) greater
d) twice the rate
e) proportion
f) comparison
g) almost double
h) representing
i) higher rate
The chart below shows estimated world illiteracy rates by region and by gender for the year 2000.

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

You should write at least 150 words.

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