Adi Slamet Kusuma
1 min readFeb 20, 2024

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IELTS Writing Practices #48

The chart illustrates the amount of money spent on five consumer goods (cars, computers, books, perfume, and cameras) in France and the UK in 2010.

On the whole, cars dominated as the leading consumer product in both, the UK and France, in the given period. Additionally, perfume and cameras occupied the bottom-most positions in the UK and France, respectively.

Categorically, the French population spent 400.000 pounds on cars, while the British exceeded this expense by about 70.000 pounds. On the other hand, the French spent a total of about 380.000 pounds on computers, which was 30.000 pounds more than what the British spent.

Moving on to other categories, France invested 300.000 pounds in books whereas the British invested a little over 400.000 pounds. In terms of perfume, France expended 200.000 pounds, while Britain was close behind. Lastly, the UK spent nearly 370.000 pounds on cameras while France only spent about 150.000 pounds.

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