IELTS graph #5:
Eating sweet foods produces acid in the mouth,which can cause tooth decay. (High acid levelsare measured by low pH values)Describe the information below and discuss theimplications for dental health.
IELTS graph #6:
The diagram below shows the average hours of unpaid work per week done by people in differentcategories. (Unpaid work refers to such activities aschildcare in the home, housework and gardening.)Describe the information presented below,comparing results for men and women in thecategories shown. Suggest reasons for what you see.
IELTS graph #7:
The table below shows social andeconomic indicators for four countriesin 1994, according to United Nationsstatistics.Describe the information shown belowin your own words. What implicationsdo the indicators have for the countries?
IELTS graph #8:
The diagram below shows the typical stages of consumer goods manufacturing, including the process by which information is fed back toearlier stages to enable adjustment.Write a report for a university lecturer describingthe process shown.
LTS graph #9:
The chart below shows the sleep patterns of peoplein five different occupations according to aCanadian study.Write a report for a university lecturer, describingthe information below.Give possible reasons for the differences.
IELTS graph #10:
The chart below shows the amount of leisuretime enjoyed by men and women of differentemployment status.Write a report for a university lecturer describingthe information shown below.
LTS graph #11:
Write a report for a university lecturer describingthe information in the graph below.
IELTS graph #12:
Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information in the graph below.
Indicators Canada Japan Peru Zaire
Annual income per person (in $US)1110015760160130Life expectancy at birth76785147Daily calorie supply per person3326284619271749Adult literacy rate (%)