Academic IELTS Writing task 1 Sample 55 - The graph below shows the Alcohol-related deaths in 7 different countries and the average beer consumption

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The graph below shows the Alcohol-related deaths in 7 different countries and the average beer consumption in 2005.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the description of the correlation of the table that follows.

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Academic IELTS Writing task 1 Sample 55

Sample Answer: 
The provided data shows the alcohol-related deaths for the year 2005 in 7 different countries and the beer consumption of people of these countries. 

As is presented in the table, alcohol-related death was highest in the Czech Republic while the beers consumption in this country was also highest and more men died from alcohol-related problems than females. 
 
In the given seven countries, more than 5,000,000 people died in 2005 from the alcohol-related problems where the number of death among men were significantly more than the female. There is a connection between the per capita beer consumption with the death from alcohol-related problems. In the Czech Republic, on an average 132 litre of beers were consumes in 2005 and that caused the highest number of alcohol-related death in this country (about 1369000 death). German people consumed the second largest amount of beer on an average and that caused the second highest death in this country which was about 1185000. Lithuanian population drank comparatively fewer litres of beers on an average and that made them the country where the least number of people (about 125000) died from the alcohol-related problem. Other countries that had higher numbers of beer consumption and a higher number of alcohol-related deaths were in Austria, Ireland, Canada and  Estonia. Interestingly the alcohol-related death in Canada was higher than the Estonia and Lithuania though Canadian people consumes comparatively less quantity of beers per person on an average than the later two countries. Finally, the percentage of females who died from alcohol-related problems was lower than their male counterparts.

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0 # Nima 2015-11-03 11:45
The given table gives information about the alcohol-related deaths in 7 different countries in 2005 and also depicts the beer intakes per capita in 2002 in these countries. As is presented in the given illustration, in the Czech Republic and Germany, people consumed more beer than people in other countries with 132 and 107 litres per capita and the deaths related to alcohol is directly proportionate to the beer intake of the citizens.

It is seen that 1,369,000 and 1,185,000 people died in 2005 in the Czech Republic and German respectively, which were the highest deaths from alcohol. It is obvious that the beer intake in these two countries was the highest in 2002 as well. Interestingly, the proportion of male deceased from alcohol-related issues were significantly higher in all the countries than the female deceased. While 986,000 male died in Germany due to this issue, the number of female deceased was only 200,000. Irish and Canadian casualties from the alcohol consumption were almost the same (over 500 thousand death) though Irish people consumed more beer than the Canadian did. Furthermore, the lowest beer consumption could be observed in Canada but the lowest death for alcohol-related problems was in Lithuania where 125,000 people died from alcohol-related issues in 2005.
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+1 # Abubakar Abdulai 2015-09-30 04:04
The given data illustrate the number of alcohol related death in seven countries and the average beer consumption in the year 2005 in those countries.

From the data it can be seen that , Czech Republic recorded the highest number of alcohol-related death in 2005 (1,369,000) with beer consumption per capita of 132 liters in 2002 while Lithuania had the lower alcohol related death cases in 2005 (125000) with beer consumption per capita of 91 liters in 2002. In 2005, Germany had the greatest number of male alcohol related casualty (986000) whereas Lithuania had the smallest male alcohol related death. As is given in the data, Czech Republic had the maximum female alcohol related deceased in 2005 (469,000) while Lithuania recorded the least (13,000) female alcohol related death casualties.

In summary, males recorded the highest alcohol related death in the seven countries than females, with Czech Republic getting the highest number of total death and Lithuania recording the least total number of alcohol related death in 2005.
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+3 # Kesikan 2015-04-30 10:34
The given table compares the number of alcohol related death in 7 different countries by 2005 and the amount of beer consumed per head in 2002 in these countries. As presented in the chart it is evident that alcohol related deaths are high among men than women.

In 2005, number of death was 1.36 million in Czech Republic which was the highest and had the largest number of women victim among the rest. Likewise Germany and Lithuania witnessed death rate above 1million in the same year with highest proportion of men (986,000) in Germany when compared to the Czech Republic. Death toll in Ireland, Canada, Estonia, and Austria were relatively less when compared to the other countries, i.e. less than 1million.
The amount of beer consumed was more than 100 litres per head in Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Ireland, whereas people in Lithuania, Canada, and Estonia ingests amount was less than 100litres per capita.

Overall, largest alcohol consumption was in Czech Republic suggests the highest death rate in it in comparison with the other 6 countries.
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0 # lakshmi 2014-11-26 13:06
Good answer
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