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Spending money on six consumer goods in Europe between 1980 -1990. 'British spent more'


Bob brother 15 / 22  
Mar 27, 2014   #1
The bar chart compares the four countries in terms of amount spent
on six consumer goods.

It is clear that British people spent significantly more money than
people in other three countries on all six items. Of the six items, the
most money spent on last photographic film item by customers in
German, Italy, France and Britain countries.

British people spent just over £ 170.000 on Photographic film which is
the highest figure on the chart. By contrast, German spenders spent
just over £ 150.000 on every item. They spent more money on the
first two items than those next four goods.

The figures spending on toys werе the same in both Italy and France
at nearly £ 160.000. However, France spent more money on
photographic film and CDs, Italians were higher spender on personal
stereos and Tennis racquets. Among tennis racquets spenders, France
spent £ 145.000 which is the lowest figure compared with other three
countries.




tiaDS 73 / 235 52  
Mar 27, 2014   #2
It is clear that British peopleBritons spent significantly more money than
people in other three countries on all six items.

In my opinion, if the chart doesn't mention the year, you have to use simple present.

lexical resource

British people spent

the most money spent

British people spent

German spenders spent

They spent

France spent

more than 6 times

I just wanna share what i know in the task 1, Pattern task 1:
1. Introductory
2. Overall
3. Body 1
4. Body 2

or

1. Introductory
2. Body 1
3. Body 2
4. Conclusion
OP Bob brother 15 / 22  
Mar 28, 2014   #3
i think we shouldn't use conclusion in Task 1. by the way thanks for correction
eddies [Contributor] 25 / 1,208 476  
Apr 1, 2014   #4
I like your writing.
The chart provides information regarding the spending by four European nations; British, French, Italian and German, in pound sterling on six different types of consumer goods: photographic film, toys, CDs , perfumes, tennis rackets and personal stereos

Overall, reaching troughs at tennis racquets and personal stereos, the four European countries have spent the highest money of the customer goods in photographic film and toys. Then the expenses of CDs and perfumes were ranked third and forth.
dumi 1 / 6,928 1592  
Apr 7, 2014   #5
The bar chart compares the four countries in terms of amount spent on six consumer goods.

The chart does not compare, but you do :D ... Also, you need to improve the presentation of this introductory line;
The bar chart presents the amounts spend on six consumer goods by four countries.

Of the six items, the mostmaximum money spent on last photographic film item by customers in German,Italy, France and Britain countries.


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