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The bar chart below shows the average Australian water consumption in selected cities for last year. The pie chart shows the distribution of Australian water consumption for last year. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, v.2

The bar chart below shows the average Australian water consumption in selected cities for last year. The pie chart shows the distribution of Australian water consumption for last year.
The bar chart illustrates the average Australian water use in 6 selected cities for last year, while the pie chart describes the share of water each industry consumed in 2014. Overall, Perth had the highest average water use for last year with 300 kilolitres per property, followed by Adelaide and Brisbane with 240 and 250 kilolitres of property respectively. On the other hand, Melbourne and Canberra showed the lowest average water consumption of 150 and 140 kilolitres respectively. Taking a look at the distribution of water use by industries, we can clearly see that Agriculture took over two thirds of the entire consumption 67%, followed by households 9%. Water Supply, Sewage and Drainage industry consumed the same amount of water as the Electricity sector, 7%. In the same way there was no difference between the consumption of Manufacturing and Other industries, with both sectors using 4% of the national water supply. The smallest user was the Mining industry, accounting for just 2% of Australian water use. To conclude, the city of Perth and the Agriculture industry had a major impact on the usage of Australian water.
The bar chart illustrates the average Australian
water
use
in 6 selected cities for last year, while the pie chart
describes
the share of
water
each
industry
consumed in 2014.

Overall
, Perth had the highest average
water
use
for last year with 300
kilolitres
per property, followed by Adelaide and Brisbane with 240 and 250
kilolitres
of property
respectively
.
On the other hand
, Melbourne and Canberra
showed
the lowest average
water
consumption of 150 and 140
kilolitres
respectively
.

Taking a look at the distribution of
water
use
by
industries
, we can
clearly
see
that Agriculture took over two thirds of the entire consumption 67%, followed by households 9%.
Water
Supply, Sewage and Drainage
industry
consumed the same amount of
water
as the Electricity sector, 7%.
In the same way
there was no difference between the consumption of Manufacturing and Other
industries
, with both sectors using 4% of the national
water
supply. The smallest user was the Mining
industry
, accounting for
just
2% of Australian
water
use
.

To conclude
, the city of Perth and the Agriculture
industry
had a major impact on the usage of Australian
water
.
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16Repeated words, meeting the goal of 3 or fewer
3Mistakes
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IELTS academic The bar chart below shows the average Australian water consumption in selected cities for last year. The pie chart shows the distribution of Australian water consumption for last year.

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