IELTS graph 248 - Sales of jeans for two companies next year in Turkey

IELTS Academic Writing Task 1/ Graph Writing - Bar Graph + Pie Chart:

» You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The bar chart below shows the estimated sales of jeans for two companies next year in Turkey. The pie chart shows the projected market share of the two companies in jeans at the end of next year.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.

                             Estimated sales of jeans next year in Turkey

Jeans sales in Turkey by two brands

                                                  Projected market share

Projected market share of the two companies in Turkey

Sample Answer:
The column graph gives a projection on the next year’s jeans sales of two companies in Turkey while the pie chart compares their estimated market share. Overall, jeans sales are estimated to increase at the last quarter next year and Jack & Jones brand is anticipated to have half of the market share.      
According to the first graph, Jack & Jones jeans clothing sale will be roughly 450 thousand pairs in Turkey, which is almost three times higher than that of Mango brand. At end of the first quarter, Jack & Jones is estimated to sell 300 thousand pairs of jeans in Turkey while it would be just above 150 thousand for Mango. In July and August, the demand for Mango jeans is estimated to exceed the demand of Jack & Jones. However, Jack & Jones is likely to witness a hike in its jeans sale during the last quarter of the year and in December it will sell 900,000 pairs, double than its sale in January. During the last quarter, Mango jean’s sale would remain almost the same except a surge in December to 600 thousand sales.  
It is predicted that Jack & Jones alone will control the half of the market share while Mango corporation will have 30% market share. The remaining 20% would be controlled by the other jeans manufacturers.

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I didn't understand whether companies will sale a pair of jeans or a pair of jeans is expected to sale for the companies actually.