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[IELTS Task 1] The line chart shows popularity of fast food among Australian young people


tiaDS 73 / 235 52  
Sep 4, 2014   #1
Australian teenagers' consumed of different kind of fast food is illustrated in the line chart and it is measured the times eaten per year.

It is noticeable that the number of times eaten per year between pizza and hamburgers increases significantly, while the figure of fish and the amount of chips consumed is reverse.

In 1975, fish and chips consumption was the highest number of times eaten. Then followed by hamburgers, this figure recorded at about 15 times. In terms of pizza experienced the lowest number of time eaten per year approximately 8 times. Like pizza, this figure for hamburgers consumed by Australian teenagers was a dramatic incline in 1980. In any case, by 1985, the number of hamburger consumed reached a peak at just above 80 times and had a significant movement onward.

Turning to the figure for fish and chips consumption, in 1985 this figure had gradual rebound to the same times eaten in 1975. After a sort peak, the number of fish and chips which was consumed by Australian teenagers decreased gradually from around 90 times to approximately 38 times between 1985 and 2000, a drop of about 53 times in 15 years.




BachChaconne2 1 / 96 19  
Sep 4, 2014   #2
Australian teenagers' consumed of different kind of fast food is illustrated in the line chart and it is measured the times eaten per year.

The line chart below illustrates the kinds of fast food that Australian teenagers consume every year.

It is noticeable that the number of times eaten per year between pizza and hamburgers increases significantly, while the figure of fish and the amount of chips consumed is reverse.

Notably, the number of times that Australian teenagers ate pizza and hamburgers increased. Fish and chips, on the other hand, decreased.


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