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Line graph-describing trendThe graph below shows the number of passenger railway journeys made in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004/5. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. v.2

Line graph-describing trendThe graph below shows the number of passenger railway journeys made in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004/5.
The given line graph shows information about the passenger trips figure using three railways: the National Rail Network, London Underground and light rail and metro system in Great Britain, from 1950 to 2005. Overall, the three lines show variation. It is clearly to see that lots of people chose the national rail network or The London Underground, as at the start of the chart in 1950 there were a total of 1000 and 700 journeys taken, respectively. Then in the early 1980s the figures varied and later went down to about 600 by national railway and 500 by London Underground, but at the end they both increased to approximately 1000 at each. Meanwhile, there was a contrast in the number of people taking trips by light rail and metro system which was used later than the two remain, started from the early 1960s until now. There were just a few trips, less than 100 at first, then in 1980 mostly no one using this kind of transportation. The number of passengers, however rose slightly as nearly 200 journeys were taken in 2004/05. It is noticeable that British preferred the National Rail Network and London Underground than light rail and metro, and there were more and more people traveled by trains.
The
given
line graph
shows
information about the passenger trips figure using three railways: the
National
Rail
Network, London
Underground
and light
rail
and metro system in Great Britain, from 1950 to 2005.
Overall
, the three lines
show
variation.

It is
clearly
to
see
that lots of
people
chose the
national
rail
network or The London
Underground
, as at the
start
of the chart in 1950 there were a total of 1000 and 700 journeys taken,
respectively
. Then in the early 1980s the figures varied and later went down to about 600 by
national
railway and 500 by London
Underground
,
but
at the
end
they both increased to approximately 1000 at each.

Meanwhile, there was a contrast in the number of
people
taking trips by light
rail
and metro system which was
used
later than the two remain,
started
from the early 1960s until
now
. There were
just
a few trips, less than 100 at
first
, then in 1980
mostly
no one using this kind of transportation. The number of passengers,
however
rose
slightly
as
nearly
200 journeys
were taken
in 2004/05.

It is noticeable that British preferred the
National
Rail
Network and London
Underground
than light
rail
and metro, and there were more and more
people
traveled by trains.
4Linking words, meeting the goal of 7 or more
14Repeated words, meeting the goal of 3 or fewer
0Mistakes
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IELTS academic Line graph-describing trendThe graph below shows the number of passenger railway journeys made in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004/5.

Academic
4 paragraphs
210 words
6.5
Overall Band Score
Coherence and Cohesion: 7.0
  • Structure your answers in logical paragraphs
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    One main idea per paragraph
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    Include an introduction and conclusion
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    Support main points with an explanation and then an example
  • Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately
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    Vary your linking phrases using synonyms
Lexical Resources: 5.5
  • Try to vary your vocabulary using accurate synonyms
  • Use less common question specific words that accurately convey meaning
  • Check your work for spelling and word formation mistakes
Grammatical Range: 6.5
  • Use a variety of complex and simple sentences
  • Check your writing for errors
Task Achievement: 7.0
  • Answer all parts of the question
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    Present relevant ideas
  • Fully explain these ideas
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    Support ideas with relevant, specific examples
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