It is important to be clear about what exactly the graph is showing. Here are some examples.
Academic Task 1 takeaways
‘Which’ can be misused and overused – here are some examples and how to fix them.
‘The more..the more/less’ is a useful way of describing trends that happen at the same time.
Dynamic line graph about electrical appliances and housework.
What’s the difference between ‘namely’ and ‘such as’? Do a quick review and practice session here.
What will you be doing in 10 years? What will you have achieved?
This Academic Task 1 describing changes to an airport covers the tenses and expressions we can use to talk about plans. It also reviews the language of describing changes to a map or plan.
Male/female vs males/females
Ways of describing proportion and percentages using the CRAM or MARC system.