IELTS writing practices (#11)
The graph illustrates the number of multinational conferences in City A, B, and C from 1965 to 2010.
In general, can be seen that city C rose significantly on the first 3 decades whilst City A and City B saw a fluctuation over the period.
On the first decade, City A and B declined 15 and 3 points respectively while City C rose considerably at 10 points during that period. On the second decade, number of worldwide conference at all of cities were increased, with both City B and C were risen with 10 points higher. On the third decade, from 1985 to 1995, City C were the only city that saw increased and city A and B reduced slightly for around 5 points. On the fourth decade, the condition were the opposite of the third decade, which was city A and B move higher while city C was the only one that decreased for around 3 points even though the condition at the last period showed that those 3 cities had a similar pattern to the third decade. It also worth noticing that the number of international conference at City C growth rapidly from 0 point to more than 25 points at the end of that period whilst the 2 other cities saw a declined numbers.
Posted in Sidoarjo, 10 April 2021, 23.30–23.57
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The line graph illustrates the number of international conferences held in three different cities, over a period of thirty six years, beginning in 1965
It is clear that while the number of international conferences held in city C increased dramatically, there were some fluctuations in the figures for the other cities over the period shown. Additionally, city C saw the biggest change in its figures.
In 1965, city A held about 35 international meetings, which was the highest figure for all cities in all years, while just under 30 conferences were organized in city B. In contrast, there were no international conferences in city C in that year.
Over the next 35 years, the number of international meetings that took place in city C rose sharply to peak at over 30 in 1980, and then fell slightly before rising again to around 30 in 2010. The figures for the other cities, however, both witnessed some fluctuations throughout the period, both holding approximately 25 conferences each in the final year.