Academic IELTS Writing task 1 Sample 83 - Pie charts below give data on the spending and consumption of resourses

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The pie charts below give data on the spending and consumption of resources by countries of the world and how the population is distributed.

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Academic IELTS Writing task 1 Sample 83

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The given pie charts shows data on world population, spending of people in basic needs and their share of resource consumption. As is presented in the graph, people of the world spent most of their amount for their foods and more than half of the population lives in Asia whereas more than half of the resources are consumed by USA and European people.

According to the first pie chart, people of the world on an average spent 24% on foods. In clothing they spent 6% while this percentage is double for housing and triple for the transport. The remaining 40% is the combination of other categories for spending.

The second pie chart shows that, more than half of the world populations live in Asia continent while Europe & America have both only 14% of the total population. One tenth of the world population live in Africa and rest of the 5% people live in other places of the world.

Finally the third pie chart shows that though that 60% of world resources are consumed by the population of USA and Europe though their percentage is only 28% in total. The remaining 40% resources are shared among the rest of the 72% world population of other regions of the world.

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+1 # JA 2016-08-04 21:06
As is presented in the charts, the proportion of the population, spending and resource-consumption worldwide has a great disparity. The most populated areas are in the Asian continent while the consumption of resources is the highest in the USA and Europe.

According to the first pie chart, 40 percent of expenses are spent on the categories which exclude food, clothing, housing and transport. This is followed by food expenditure at 24 percent. In addition, 18% expenses go on transportation and 12 percent on housing respectively. Finally, people spend the least amount (6 percent) on clothing.

On the other hand, the most populated continent is Asia that comprises more than half of the total world population (53 percent). However, the USA and Europe both inhabits 14% population of the world. Interestingly, despite the fewer population in the USA and Europe, their consumption of resources are exponentially higher at 60 percent, whereby rest of the world has a total of 40 percent resources to consume.
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0 # Marinda 2016-03-26 09:08
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+2 # IELTS Mentor 2016-05-12 09:26
Dear Marinda,

We have already reviewed many of your sample responses and published them. Please do not feel bad it it takes some time. Your writing is not bad at all. Keep practicing and you will achieve a high band score.
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+2 # Marinda 2016-03-25 14:17
The given pie charts illustrate the percentage of spending and consumptions of resources worldwide, taking into consideration the distribution of population over the world. Overall, the rates of resource consumption by American and European people are dramatically higher comparing to the other continents, whereas the highest portion of population is distributed in Asia. In terms of world expenditure most of the people over the world spent more money on food.

Although the population in the America and European countries is only 28%, their consumption of the world resources represents 60% of total consumption. 57% of world population lives in Asia while Africa and other areas take up only 15% of total population. The world trend of expenditure on essential goods like food represents 24%, and then transportation and housing expenditures are only 18% and 12% respectively. The total amount of money spent on clothing is slightly low, only 6%. The other categories represent 40% of total expenditure.
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