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Plan A below shows the ground floor of a particular art gallery in 2005 Plan B shows the same area in the present day

The two plans illustrate the arrangement in an art gallery in 2005 and at the present. Overall, most of the changes are witnessed in the left half of the ground floor, while the remaining half stays unchanged. Start from the entrance, the first improvement is the introduction of a ramp for those who use wheelchairs, along with the steps, instead of steps only in 2005. A small change can be seen in the entrance hall, where a rectangular desk was replaced by an oval one. Occupied by the exhibition 1, 2 and 3 in 2005, the right-handed part of the gallery experience no change thus far. Look at the picture in more detail, the exhibition 4 existed in 2005 has been converted into an interactive area for children in the lower-left corner of the room and a smaller room for temporary exhibitions. The café and shop in the upper-left corner of the floor were renovated into a gallery shop, with vending machines installed outside the shop. In 2005, the only way to access the upper floor was steps, but another choice has been now added, with the installation of the lift next to the stairs

IELTS academic Plan A below shows the ground floor of a particular art gallery in 2005 Plan B shows the same area in the present day Summerise the information bu selecting and reporting the main features make some comparisons where relevant v.2

The two plans illustrate the arrangement in an art gallery in 2005 and at the present.
Overall
, most of the
changes
are witnessed
in the
left
half of the
ground floor
, while the remaining half stays unchanged.

Start
from the entrance, the
first
improvement is the introduction of a ramp for those who
use
wheelchairs, along with the steps,
instead
of steps
only
in 2005. A
small
change
can be
seen
in the entrance hall, where a rectangular desk
was replaced
by an oval one. Occupied by the exhibition 1, 2 and 3 in 2005, the right-handed part of the gallery experience no
change
thus
far.

Look at the picture in more detail, the exhibition 4 existed in 2005 has
been converted
into an interactive area for children in the lower-
left
corner of the room and a smaller room for temporary exhibitions. The café and shop in the upper-
left
corner of the floor
were renovated
into a gallery shop, with vending machines installed outside the shop.

In 2005, the
only
way to access the upper floor was steps,
but
another choice has been
now
added
, with the installation of the lift
next
to the stairs
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