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Introduction: The bar chart below shows shares of expenditures for five major categories in the

United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan in the year 2009.
Alternative: The bar gives information about the percentage (rate) of expenses for selected categories in the United States, Canada,
the United Kingdom, and Japan in 2009.
Note: Make use of word play shows = presents, illustrates, depicts, represents, etc.

The bar chart presents how people allocate different shares of amount spending to
five basic needs such as food, housing, transportation, health care and clothing. This
study was done in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Japan in
2009.

Introduction:
The bar gives information about the change of scores/points of three team A, B and
C in four different seasons over the period between 2002 and 2005.
Introduction:
The bar shows the scores of the three team A, B and C over 5 years between 2002
and 2005.

The bar gives information about the number of houses of farkletown and
Newtown over 90 years between 1900 and 1990.
Alternative: The bar gives information about the number of houses of
farkletown and Newtown that was built / constructed over 90 years from
1900 to 1990.
Alternative:The bar gives data about (shows) the number of houses that
was built / constructed in farkletown and Newtown over the period from
1900 to 1990.
Body: It is clearly seen from the graph that Frakletown has a steady rise

from 40 new houses in the first 10 years of the century to just under 120 during the 30
years. Over the next 40 years, new house construction in Farkletown remained constant
at just under 120. In the last two decades, the number of houses that went
up dramatically to 280 houses in 1980 and 350 houses in 1990.
In contrast, more houses were erected in Newtown than in Farkletown over the
first two decades of the century. In 1920, however, the number of houses declined to
only 20 houses. House numbers that rose steadily over the next three decades and
dropped practically to zero in 1960. There was then a dramatic increase in 1970 with over
200 houses. However, there was a rapid decrease again, the number of
houses stood at only 10 houses. Finally, in the last of century the
number of house of Newtown reached a peak at about 270 houses.
Overall, the number of houses of both Frakletown and Newtown had
many changes, but the increase of frakletown was more gradual and
the number of houses of frankletown were more than the number of
houses of Newtown.

The bar chart below gives information about the percentage of the population living in urban
areas in the world and in different continents.

Introduction:
The bar graph gives data about the rate of the population living in urban
regions on the planet and in distinctive landmasses.
Alternative:
The percentage of the population who live in urban regions in the planet and in
distinctive continents over the period from 1950 to 2030.
Alternative:
The percentage of the population who live in urban regions in the planet and in
distinctive continents increase dramatically over the period from 1950 to 2030.

The pie chart shows the amount of money that a children's charity located
in the USA spent and received in one year.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features
and make comparisons where relevant.

The pie charts illustrate the revenue sources and expenditures of a childrens
charity in the USA in one year. Overall, it can be seen that the principal income
came from donated food and that the biggest expenditure by far was program
services. Money received was just enough to cover all the expenses.
Donated food was the biggest source of revenue with more than four-fifths of the
total, followed by community contributions with just over 10%. Other sources of
income reported by the childrens charity summed 2.8% of the total received.
These other sources were: Program revenue (2.2%), investment income (0.2%),
government grants (0.2%) and other income (0.4%).
There were just three expenditure items being program services the principal one
accounting 95.8% of the total. The other two categories were fundraising and
management and general (2.6% and 1.6% respectively). The total income was
$53,561,580 exceeding with a little more than $330,000 the amount of money
spent in one year ($53,224,896).