Chỉ dẫn phương pháp writing task 1
The table below gives information about changes in modes of travel in England between 1985 and 2000.
Describe the information in the table and make comparisons where appropriate.
The given table data shows information on the way of travelling by British people for the year 1985 and 2000. As is presented on the table, car was the most common way of travel by British people both in 1985 and in 2000. In 1985, more than 3000 miles out of total 4740 miles were travelled by an average British people that increased to well over 4000 out of total 6475 in the year 2000. The second most common way of travelling for these two years was local bus (excluding the data from other category) which was far less than the car. Taxi was the least preferred way of travelling both in these two years amounting only 13 miles per person and 42 miles per person for these two years.
Bicycle was used for an average of 50 miles travel by each person in 1985 and that decreased to 41 miles in 2000 which shows the decline of bicycle usages by British. Train, local distance buses were two other mode of travel by British people whose popularity increased over time. In 1985, 255 miles distance was travelled by an average British on foot while this distance decreased a bit in 2000. The other transportation were used comprises about 450 miles per person in 1985 which increased to 585 in 2000.
In summary, the popularity of car as transportation gained popularity among British people in 15 years of time and they mostly preferred to use car as the mode of travel.