The table below gives information on consumer spending on different items in five different countries in 2002.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words.
The table given in the question displays percentages which declare the amount of money people from 5 different countries spend on different items in the year 2002.
It turns out that the citizens of all the 5 countries spent their money mostly on Food, Drinks and Tobacco. But, the Irish peolple seem to have spent the highest amount of money on such items, for their spendings on Food reached 28.91%.
The spending on Clothing and Footwear was not that high in all the countries, for not one country had a percentage of spending that exceeded 10%. The highest percentage was 9.00% and this percentage was reached by the citizens of Italy.
The money spent on Leisure and Education was a very little amount in all 5 countries, the percentage of spending on this item did not reach 5% in all the 5 countries. The percentage which was declared the highest was only 4.35% and that was reached by the Turkish people.
The data given above clearifies that Food was the most popular item to spend money on in all the 5 countries by that year.
This is very good! You should feel confident in your communication skills.
Whenyou put 2 complete sentences together as a compound sentence, use a comma:
The highest percentage was 9.00%, and this percentage was reached by the citizens of Italy.