Chỉ dẫn cách viết bài writing task 1
he chart below shows the total number of minutes (in billions) of telephone calls In the UK, divided into three categories, from 1995 & 2002.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The given bar graph gives information on the telephone calls by the people of UK from 1995 to 2002. As is presented in the illustration, most of the UK citizens made local calls and over time the popularity of cell phones increased rapidly.
According to the bar chart, initially in 1995 more than 70 millions of people made local-fixed line calls while 37 million people did national and international fixed line calls and only 3 million people made cell phone calls. The use of local- fixed line increased steadily until 1999 when it reached to 90 million and after that the number decreased each year and finally reached to 72 millions in 2002. The national & international-fixed dial call type increased each year and reached to 61 millions in 2002 from the initial figure of 38 millions in 1995. Finally the number of cell phone calls increased significantly each year which shows it increase in popularity over the period. In 1995, the mobile phone calls was only 2 millions and in 2000 it reached to approximately 25 millions. Over the next 2 years this number increased to 45 million and that shows the popularity and increase of mobile phone usages of UK people over the period.
In summary, Mobile phone calls gained a significant popularity among UK callers and as of 2002, the local-fixed line calling is still the most used calling among UK people.