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Name: Ng Yin Kwan
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Mar 23, 2020
Writing Feedback / Coffee and banana sales - IELTS Cambridge 10 test 2 task 1 by Amy [4]

the sales of Fairtrade-labelled coffee and bananas

The table depicts the data about Fairtrade-labelled coffee and bananas' sales in 1994 and 2004 in UK, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium and Sweden.

Overall, the sales of Fairtrade-labelled coffee and bananas are increased in most of European countries in general, especially the sales of coffee. However, Sweden and Denmark's sale of bananas are declined.

Firstly, the data of Fairtrade labelled coffee all are rose. UK's sales are significant skyrocketed, which 1.5 million of euros in 1999 to 20 million of euros in 2004. Then, Switzerland also are increased, which is 3 million to 6 million. Finally, Denmark, Belgium and Sweden are slightly increased, especially Sweden, Denmark, according to the table. However, Denmark is the highest in 1999, which is 1.8 million of euros.

Secondly, Fairtrade-labelled bananas sales are increased in general, Switzerland is the highest sales of five European countries, no matter when in 1999 or 2004. 15 million of euros in 1999 to 47 million of euros in 2004. Other countries' sales are not over 10 million, especially UK and Belgium. However, the sales of Sweden and Denmark decreased, especially Denmark, which is 2 million of euros in 1999 to 0.9 million of euros in 2004.

Please feel free to comment and if so, you can give me a band score. Thx!

Mar 11, 2020
Writing Feedback / The data of an average Australian household electricity use and heat-trapping coal emissions CHARTS [2]

IELTS Cambridge 10 Test 1 Writing Task 1

written by Amy Ng

The charts depict the data of an average Australian household electricity use and heat-trapping coal emissions.

Overall, since most Australian people consume energy in heating and water-heating, the emissions are high percentage. Cooling and lighting takes fewer energy. Therefore, there are less emissions.

Firstly, heating and water heating are the most used in Australian households, which are 30% and 42%. Next, 15% of residents use energy in other applications. Last, refrigeration, cooling and lighting take the lowest energy, which is under 10%.

Secondly, the highest percentage of greenhouse gas emissions is water-heating. And then other appliances are 28%. Refrigeration and heating have similar gas emissions, which are 14% and 15%. Finally, cooling and lighting also are under 10%, which is 3% and 8%, analogous to the first chart. It also highlights that there is tight relationship between energy usage and greenhouse gas emission.

**the chart is included in file 1.**
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