Academic IELTS Writing task 1 Sample 3 - Leisure time enjoyed by men and women of different employment status

» You should write at least 150 words.
» You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The chart below shows the amount of leisure time enjoyed by men and women of different employment status.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

     Leisure time in a typical week in hour- by sex and employment status, 1998-99.

IELTS Academic Writing task 1 sample 3

Model Answer 1:
The provided chart shows the number of leisure hours enjoyed by men and women in a typical week in 1998-99, according to gender and employment status. As is observed from the graph, the unemployed and retired men and women had more leisure time than the other type of people.

Among the full-time employed people, men had about 45 hours of leisure time on an average per week compared to the 38 hours of leisure time for women. No data is given for the part-time employed men and women from this category enjoyed 40 hours of leisure time in a week. This figure is slightly more than the employed women perhaps because of their employment nature.

Unemployed and retired people had the longest period for leisure activity both for men and women and men had a bit more hours than the women. As expected the retired and unemployed people enjoyed about 78 to 82 hours per week which is longer than people from other employment statuses. Lastly, housewives enjoyed approximately 50 hours of leisure time which is more than the employed women but less than the unemployed and retired women. The graph reflects that men had more leisure time from all employment statuses than women which indicates that women spent more time working at home than their male counterparts.

The graph summarises that the male enjoyed more leisure time than women and employed people had less time for leisure activities than retired and unemployed people. 

(Approximately 244 words)

Sample Answer 2
The graph compares the amount of leisure time enjoyed by people of different employment levels in a typical week in the year 1998-1999.

In the given column graph, no data has been provided for the part-time employed and house-staying men. For rest of the cases, Men have more leisure time than women of the same category.  The highest amount of leisure hours is enjoyed by those, who are unemployed. Unemployed men had approximately 85 hours of spare time and women from the same category had about 83 hours. The retired people also enjoyed the same amount of leisure activities as did the unemployed men and women.  On the contrary, full-time employed men had a total of 40 hours leisure time compared to about 37 hours of women from the same status. Finally, women with part-time jobs had 40 hours to spend for their leisure activities and housewives had 50 hours leisure time per week.

In conclusion, unemployed and retire people, both men and women enjoyed more leisure time than employed people and men compared to women had more time for leisure activities. 

(Approximately 181 words)

Tips for writing answer for this Academic Writing Task 1:

1. The given bar graph compares the data for the year 1998 and 1999. So your answer should be in past tense. For instance: Full time employed men enjoyed about 44 hours of leisure time while the female of this category had approximately 38 hours of leisure time. 

2. Notice that no data for the home staying husbands and part-time employed men are given in the graph. So mention that fact as well. Example: No data for the part-time employed men and house-staying men are given in the illustration....

3. Observe that men and women of retired and unemployed categories had more free times than the employed people. This is an important fact of the graph. So mention this fact in your writing.

4. Female had less leisure time than the men in the given categories. As this is an important factor of the graph, mention this and also give a hint that this might have happened because of the females’ engagement of household works, child rearing etc.

Summary of the graph:
Unemployed and retired people had more leisure time than the part-time and full-time employed men and women. Also, women enjoyed less leisure time than men as they have more involvement in household works. No data was given for the part-time job holding and house-staying male.

Graph Answer 3:
The given graph gives information on the number of leisure hours enjoyed by male and female with different employment status in an average week of the year 1998 and 1999. As is observed from the graph, the male had more free times than the female and employed people enjoyed less free hours than the unemployed or retired persons on an average.

The line graph compares the amount of leisure time enjoyed by people with different employment statuses and also compares the leisure hours between men and women. In a typical week of 1998 - 1999, full-time employed men had more than 40 hours of leisure time compared to the 38 hours leisure time of women. Females with part-time jobs had 40 hours of free time which is 2 hours more than the full time employed woman which is natural considering the job natures. No data for part-time employed and house staying men were given in the illustration. On the other hand, unemployed and retired males had more than 80 hours of leisure time in a week while females of these 2 categories had around 78 hours of free time in a week. The amount of leisure time enjoyed by housewives was 50 hours which is less than the unemployed and retired females but higher that employed females.

In summary, the graph depicts that the male had more leisure time to enjoy than the female possibly because of the females involvement in household works and people without jobs had almost double leisure times than the employed population.

(Approximately 257 words)
 

Sample Answer 4:
The bar chart compares the leisure hours enjoyed by male and female based on the employment status during the year 1998 to 1999.

 It is clearly evident from the graph that female in all respective of employment status enjoys time killing when compared to male. Men and women, who are unemployed and retired, spent more leisure hours when compared to employed people. Unemployed males (85 hours per week) and females (78 hours per week) only show a slight difference in hours spent for leisure time. Similarly, retired employees (male75 hours per week, female 82 hours per week) spent almost same leisure hour irrespective of gender.

In contrast, the number of leisure hour spent by employed males is 42 hour weekly and by female employees, this was around 40 hours per week. Housewives spent almost 10 hours more than employed females (50 hours per week).

Overall, the bar chart shows the number of leisure hours spent during retirement and unemployment is high when compared to employment period. In addition, males enjoy more leisure hours per week when compared to females.

(Approximately 174 words)

[written by - Rija Varghese ]

Model Answer 5:
The given bar graph depicts the hours of leisure time enjoyed by men and women in a typical week in different employment sectors in the year 1998-99. The first point to note is that, only mild variations between both sexes of free time enjoyment in the given year.

Interestingly, almost equal hours are spent for relaxation by both men and women in unemployed and retired sections. It occupied around 85 and 75 hours by men and women respectively. Whereas, only around half of this figure engaged with free time in employment section with 42 and 38 hours by men and women respectively. Part time employed women and housewives are engaged 40 and 50 hours respectively in leisure time activities and the figure for these sectors for men is not mentioned in the graph.

To conclude, it is clear from the graph that, unemployed and retired people are spent more time for enjoyment and males are dominant than females irrespective of employment status.

(Approximately 162 words)

[written by - Jayesh Joseph ]

Model Answer 6:
The bar graph illustrates the amount of time that was spent for leisure activities per week by male and female from various employment statuses between 1998 to 1999 period. It is clear that that unemployed and retired man and women had the highest leisure time among the other groups.
 
Total time spent on leisure activities by the unemployed and retired male and female groups were the highest among the other groups. Times spent by the unemployed and retired men were approximately 85 and 84 hours per week, while the women's were the same at around 79 hours. As for the full time employed male and female, their weekly figures were accounted at an average of 45 and 38 hours respectively.  

It is noticed that in the part-time employed group, the amount of leisure time for the men was zero, while the women spent around 40 hours per week. And lastly, the number of leisure time that was spent by housewives on a weekly basis was accounted at approximately 50 hours.

(Approximately 169 words)

[written by - Darwin Lesmana ]

Model Answer 7:
The provided graph presents data on the amount of spare time both Males and Females from different employment status had enjoyed. The data available represents samples from the year 1998- 1999 and number of hours each gender spent on leisure.

Firstly, it is seen that both genders from ‘Unemployed’ and ‘Retired’ status enjoyed more leisure time (75-85 hours) than all other employment nature. This is perhaps due to the ample time they had to spend on leisure instead of work hours.

Secondly, it is observed that data for men employed part-time and men who stayed at home is not provided in the chart. Also, part-time employed females enjoyed fewer leisure hours (40 hours) than housewives (50hours) but slightly more than females with full-time jobs (35-39 hours).

In conclusion, unemployed and retired categories of both genders enjoyed more leisure hours. However, in all the categories, males enjoyed more free weekly hours than females. No data was given for leisure time enjoyed by men who stayed home and men who worked part-time.

(Approximately 170 words)

[Written by - Menu Anju ]

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0 # Maddie Creer 2016-12-02 04:17
I know I badly need corrections, so please help me.

The supplied bar graph demonstrates the weekly leisure time spent by male and female employees of various employment conditions based on a survey result in 1998-99. It is obvious that unemployed and retired people had more free time to enjoy than people of other employment states.

Full-time working male and female generally had the least amount of weekly recreation hours in 1998 and 1999. The male employees had more time to spare than that of the female. The full-time employed male had approximately 45 hours of leisure hours while females in this category had 37.5 hours to spare weekly. For the part-time employed male, no data was given and female of this category enjoyed exactly 40 leisure hours in a week. Besides, housewives enjoyed 50 hours in a week for their recreation activities.

Unemployed men had the highest free hours in a week which was about 85 hours in a week while this leisure hour for unemployed women was about 78. The retired people enjoyed the second highest weekly leisure time with men having almost 83 hours to spare and women, on the other hand, had approximately 77 hours.
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+1 # Mariyana 2016-11-28 18:15
My question is actually a procedural one: Are the people taking IELTS allowed to use additional sheets for writing drafts or they are supposed to write directly on the Answer sheets?
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0 # Velat Yildirim 2016-09-09 04:52
Please feel free to correct my mistakes:

The provided bar chart shows the result of a research about the spare time enjoyed by male and female per week based on their employment status is 1998 to 1999. As we can see from the graph, all given comparisons indicate that males had more free time to spend than that of females.

First of all, the given chart illustrates that while the full-time employed males had more than 40 hours of free time in a week, the females who had the same status could spend lesser than 40 hours per week. When it comes to unemployed males, they also had about the same amount of time to spend but that was not true for the females. Moreover, the retired males also had more time to enjoy than the retired females. Despite unemployed females and retired females had the same time to spare, retired males had more to get relaxed.

The given data do not indicate anything about the part-time employed males and home staying males. We can evaluate that, the housewives had about 10 hours per week to spend freely than the part-time employed females. It is noticeable that, unemployed and retied male and female had more weekly free time than others.
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-2 # Mohammad 2016-08-21 20:44
The bar graph consisted of information related to available weekly free time for men and women of different employment status; blue colour indicates the leisure time for men while green is for women. The row refers to the employment status and leisure time in a typical week presented in hours while the column refers to the proportional average and hours of leisure time used by people of various employment status.

Interestingly, men had more free time per week to enjoy than that of female, regardless of their job types. The highest proportion of leisure times were enjoyed by unemployed and retired people, around 80 hours per week while employed people had half of that leisure time weekly. No data was given or home staying and part-time employed males while women of these two categories had 50 and 40 weekly free times respectively.
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0 # Muhammad Adil 2016-08-07 17:49
Indeed a great work has been done by the administrator... Very helpful for IELTS preparation (Y)
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0 # Tahera 2016-05-16 08:43
I have a question that in writing task 1 and 2. Is it OK to make paragraphs as making point or bullets is not allowed? But we can make 3 paragraphs like introduction than description and last conclusion. So 3 paragraphs are allowed??
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+1 # Amna Niazi 2016-05-16 10:38
It is perfectly okay to use 2-4 paragraphs in academic writing task 1 while 4-6 paragraphs are quite common in IELTS Essay writing. However bullet points and numbering should be avoided in such academic writing.
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+1 # Albert 2016-05-16 02:40
The chart compares the weekly free time available for both men and women with five different employment statuses in 1998-99. Overall, it is clear from the given bar chart that, men enjoyed more free time than women on an average and unemployed population had more free time to enjoy than employed people during that time.

Unemployed and retired male and female had more leisure time than the others, while the male and female full-time employees spent far less spare time per week. Interestingly, no data for men who were doing part-time job or staying at home in that particular time was given. The amount of time enjoyed by both men and women who were either unemployed or retired was at quite the similar level, with the figure for male (approximately 85 hours per week) being slightly higher than that of females (just under 70 hours). On the other hand, people who worked full-time enjoyed the least amount of leisure time at around 45 hours (men) and 38 hours (women), while the figures for female who were working part-time or housewives were higher. As many as 50 hours were enjoyed by housewives in comparison to only 40 hours for part-time employed women.
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+5 # Bett 2016-05-09 02:25
Please comment on my reply. I would be happy to get your comments on my writing:

The given bar graph illustrates the ratio of leisure hours enjoyed by men and women of different employment statutes between the years 1998 and 1999. Several key trends are revealed by the graph showing that the male enjoyed more free hours weekly compared to their female counterparts. For instance, the male in full time employment had up to 45 hours of leisure time in an average week while woman had lesser working hours- 38 hours in a week.

As for the part-time employed women and house wives, it shows that women had more leisure time in an average week, whereas no data was given for part-time employed males and house husbands. Most noticeably, it can be seen that the unemployed and retired people had the highest number of leisure time to enjoy. The results for the unemployed and retired sectors however revealed a markedly different trend compared to the other sectors of employments where it recorded the highest number of leisure time than the employed men and women. The main thing that can be observed here is that the men enjoyed more leisure time in a typical week compared to that of women. A similar trend could be observed among the unemployed and retired men and women who had more leisure time as compared to the employed people.
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0 # Mit Patel. 2016-07-10 05:22
Very good writing skill and sample but word count is 218, which is far more than enough.
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+2 # Laleh 2016-05-06 15:59
Please feel free to comment on my work.

Task 1- Leisure time in a typical week in hour: by sex and employment status, 1998-99.

Answer: The provided bar chart represents the leisure time spent by men and women in different employment status in years 1998-99. The employment status is divided in to 5 categories and the leisure time is measured weekly.

As seen, the unemployed and retired groups, spent the most leisure time weekly, which is about 80 hours, more or less, and this figure in a bit less for females. This is almost twice the amount of leisure time enjoyed by all the other groups, even housewives, which only spent a little more time on having fun than the employed groups, which was 50 hours per week.

Employed groups, both men and women, spent the less free time, as rational as it sounds, and that was around 40 hours per week, surprisingly, this was not different for full time and part time employed, although 40 hours of weekly free time had been represented in the bar, only for part-time employed women. Women in general, spent less leisure time in all groups and employment statuses comparing to men, it can also be anticipated that being a house wife did not let a female have much free time as an unemployed or retired person.
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0 # IELTS Mentor 2016-05-08 18:24
Hi Laleh,
You should have used past tense as the data were given for the years 1998-99. This was a big mistake you have made. However before publishing your answer as a comment, we have corrected it.
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-3 # Roube 2016-06-11 16:22
Hey, can I send you some essays on email to correct me and give me a score? Thank you.
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+2 # Sami Satti 2016-04-27 09:30
The vertical slabs of the given bar graph illustrate the time spent by both genders with different employment status in a typical week during 1998 & 1999. Full-time employed men had more leisure hours as compared to women of same employment status. No data is given for part- time employed men and for home-staying males.

The number of leisure hours spent by full-time employed men (about 44 hours /week) was slightly higher than those of full-time employed female (38 hours/week). Unemployed and retired people of both genders enjoy the longest hours of free time which was around 80 hours each week. Their leisure hours were approximately twice than that of leisure hours enjoyed by employed people. Part-time employed females had 40 hours of free time weekly when it was 50 hours for housewives.

In summary, unemployed and retired people had more leisure time to enjoy than that of employed people. Men had comparatively more free times than females regardless of their employment status.
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0 # Treasa 2016-04-20 12:23
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0 # Sajawal Khan 2016-03-30 10:05
Will it not affect our essay if we use the word 'leisure' again and again?
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+1 # Priyanka 2016-04-17 13:29
I was wondering the same thing.
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0 # Lester 2016-03-01 18:17
The bar graph depicts the length of free time in a week enjoyed by men and women from 1998 to 1999 based on their employment status. Time is measured in hours and classified by employment status for both genders.

The most significant facts emerged from the figure are that males spend longer leisure time than females. Majority of men who were unemployed had more leisure time in contrast to that of with jobs. No data was provided for house staying and part time employed men.

Males without jobs had longer free time which stood at around 85 hours per week. People who were retired had around 83 leisure hours. Whereas women only had 70 hours spare time from both of these employment statuses. Full-time working men had extensive breaks than females with 44 hours and 38 hours respectively per week. Furthermore, stay home wives enjoyed 50 hours of free activities in comparison to that in the working class (part time) with only 40 hour free time in a week.
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-1 # Jimmy Sellasi 2016-03-01 11:38
Thank you for the great work you are doing.
I wish to mention that in my other readings, there is a strong advice against stating ones' opinions, speculations, conjecturing and or drawing of inferences in writing the task 1 questions.
You have made some personal inferences in your sample answer. I will wish you reconcile and advice me on. Here you have the particular inference I am refering to: "This figure is slightly more than the employed woman perhaps because of their employment nature".
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+3 # Ali Reza 2016-02-07 04:15
A glance at the graph provided reveals some striking interactions among 5 variety of employments' free time both for men and women. It is evident that graph doesn’t have any information about male in housewives and part time job.

As is presented as a census of a perusal, retired and unemployed, meanwhile, have the most quantity of rest time among other people with different employment statuses. The graph stood slightly above 80 hours and low in both genders. In fact, these amounts were double for part time employed female. In stark contrast, however full-time employed female had the least free time in both part and full time categories. At last but not least, data don’t give information about rest time for male in part time job and housewives.

Also noteworthy is the fact that in all groups, female had fewer leisure time than male and the other one particularly interesting fact highlighted by the figure is that the gap employed people was half of unemployment and retired in both sexes.
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+1 # Sohan Lal 2015-12-01 17:20
The students take good idea on how they can wright task 1.
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0 # IELTS Mentor 2015-11-11 12:35
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+3 # Vidhi 2015-09-23 22:41
What can be some more attractive words used instead of leisure?
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+1 # Catherine 2016-05-08 18:18
You can use: spare time, time off, free time for enjoyment, recreational time, leisure pursuits, spare moment, idle hours, time to spare, spare hours, time on one's hands instead of using 'Leisure time' while describing data for this graph.
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0 # Zithendra 2015-09-23 14:58
The bar graph shows percentage of leisure time enjoyed by both men and women. Men and women divided into different employment groups such as: full time employed, part time employed, unemployed, retired and housewives as indicated on x-axis. The y-axis indicates amount of percentage enjoyed by both men and women, who had different employment status.

From the legend, men’s percentage of all categories indicated by blue and for women’s with green color. Firstly, around 80 % of the unemployed men and women enjoyed their leisure hours. Employed men and women are less enjoyed their free time which is roughly around 42% and 38% respectively and that is almost half the amount of time enjoyed by unemployed group.

On the other hand, housewife’s are enjoyed their leisure time around 50% where as part time employed women are less enjoying than them with percentage of 40. However, the retired male and female were enjoyed more when compared all other employment groups except unemployed and they occupied 80% of the total. It is clearly evident that from the bar graph, the unemployed group and retired group were enjoyed more when compared to all other .Interestingly, housewives are enjoying more than employed group.
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0 # IELTS Mentor 2015-07-21 10:45
Dear Angeline,

It is in fact a good idea to denote what the X and Y axis of the graph are representing. You can also use horizontal and vertical axis as well.
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+3 # Angeline 2015-07-21 01:31
Should we describe the graph? For instance, the X axis represents the categories of employment and the Y axis represents the number of leisure hours.
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0 # Sangita 2015-07-11 11:02
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+3 # Nima 2015-07-04 10:15
The given bar chart shows the amount of leisure time enjoyed by men and women of different employment position including employed full and part time, unemployed, retired and housewives from 1998 until 1999. As is presented in this chart, male spare time in all kind of work statuses were more than that of women and these amount in unemployed and retired statuses were more than other section.

For example in employed (full time) 45 percent of time male had spare time whereas this percentage for women was below of 40. Interestingly we do not have any data from employed (part time) and house-staying husbands sections for male. Other remarkable information in this chart, the leisure time for part time employed women was almost equal with women that had full time job.

In contrast, unemployed and retired had most of the leisure time between other and obviously women had less time in all part compared with men due to house duties and responsibilities.
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+3 # Sakura Chan 2015-07-01 02:05
Given are a bar chart illustrating the amount of recreational time spend in a typical week in terms of gender and employment status during the period from 1989 to 1999. Overall, male spent more leisure time than female did and unemployed people have more recreational time compared to other groups.

As can be seen seemingly, recreational time spent by male are more than around 10 hours by female in full time employee, unemployed people and retiree group. It is apparent from the information supplied that unemployed people spent by far the most time for recreation, at approximately 85 hours in male and nearly 80 hours in female. The second group spent leisure time was retiree group, at just over 80 hours in male and under 80 in female a week. Interestingly, other groups, including full time employee, part time employee and housewives, spent just about half as much recreational time as the two groups above did, at around 40 hours in both genders, 40 hours and 50 hours respectively.
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+8 # Motaz 2015-06-03 07:17
To the IELTS mentor, why did you reveal your opinion in the sample task meanly in ( perhaps because of their employment nature.) You mentioned that we must not include our opinion in the writing task 1.
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+8 # Ana Petriashvili 2015-04-04 19:51

The given chart represents how many hours do men and women with different employment status spent on leisure activities during a week.

As can be seen from the chart unemployed citizens take most of their time for entertainment. In detail, men spent nearly 85 hours for enjoyment, likewise, women spent approximately 78 hours in a week.

A closer look to the 1998 and 1999 data reveals that both genders who have full time occupations have less spear time, than those who are unemployed. We can see that, there was a slight difference between full time and part time employees. It is clear from the chart, that female full time workers spent less than 38 hours on having a rest while their female counterparts who are busy with part time jobs found exactly 40 hours in a week for leisure activities.

Retiring citizens figure exhibits almost the same results as unemployed dwellers, making up nearly 76 hour free time for males. It is obvious that both unemployed and retired females have more than 78 free hours in a week.

The last, but not least is a figure, that exhibits housewives leisure time making up 50 hours in 7 days. By contrast unemployed women are one-third ahead of housewives.
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-3 # Bhargavi rana 2015-03-13 15:04
What is the word limit for academic writing tasks 1 & 2..???what will affect to the score if words are more..?also if we write less..??
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+1 # IELTS Mentor 2015-03-13 15:30
Hello Rana,
You need to write at least 150 words for task 1 and 250 words for task two. Writing less than that would hurt your score. On the contrary if you write more, no penalty would be imposed. But writing a lot more is not a good idea as it would take more time and would increase the possibility of more mistakes.
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+13 # rama krishna 2015-02-01 11:22
The above given bar graph illustrates information on Leisure time in a typical week in hour by sex and female status during 1998-1999. The X-axis reveals the different categories namely:employed (full time), employed (part time), unemployed, retired and house wives. On the Y-axis, which represents the number of people besides it quantifies from 00 to 100.

In employed-full time category, males are more than 40, and female are less than 40. In employed-part time category, only female members have leisure time and counted exactly 40. In unemployed category, male count rose up to more than 80, and at the same time female count also rose to more than 70. This category (unemployed) trends almost equal to the next trend namely: retired category, yet male count declined in small number, however, the female was number almost same.
Last and odd category, house wives. Their count number reaches to exactly 40.

Finally, unemployed and retired category members count was huge in spending time as leisure. However three categories, namely:employed-full time, employed-part time,and housewives had less time.
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