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How can I describe a graph in English? IELTS writing task
part 1 & Business English
IELTS and Business English students often ask us teachers the same old question: How can I describe a graph in English?
It's a common problem and it is an essential part of English learning if you want to pass an academic exam like IELTS or Business like the BULATS test
(Business Language Testing Service from Cambridge English Exams).
How do you accurately talk or write about the information shown in a line graph, bar graph or pie chart? Well, normally, in an IELTS Writing Task Part 1, you
will see clear, distinct upward or downward trends in a graph question.
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There are certain verbs that are appropriate for these situations and you can see how to use them effectively in the video. The appropriate language for
describing any graph or trend are also are written out below the video for you.
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At 6 32 in the video, you can see YOUR HOMEWORK! :)
Describe that graph in the comment section below and an SGI teacher will mark your answer for you. Good luck!
How can I describe a graph?
UPWARD TREND VERBS
to increase
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to rise
to go up
to climb
to shoot up
to rocket
to soar
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DOWNWARD TREND VERBS
to decrease
to fall
to go down
to decline
to drop
to plunge
to plummet
ADVERBS TO DESCRIBE BIG CHANGES
dramatically
sharply
suddenly
significantly
drastically
noticeably
steeply
ADVERBS TO DESCRIBE SMALL CHANGES
gradually
slightly
steadily
gently
moderatley
little by little
step by step
HOW TO DESCRIBE NO CHANGE
remained the same
remained constant
stabilised
levelled off
moderatley
little by little
step by step
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