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The bar graph shows net national income (that's the income earned by the various factors of production in the economy, after the loss of used-up capital equipment has been accounted for) in per capita terms. v. 2

The bar graph illustrates the five different nations’ national income in USD per capita from 1990 to 2010. Overall, all countries’ net national income per capita has risen and among all, France had the lowest national income per capita. The highest national income per capita was dedicated to the US whereas the national income per capita for the rest of countries reached about the similar level by 2010 except for France. The US had the highest national income per capita in 1990 despite the income level was reached at about $28, 000 per capita which increased substantially to more than $35, 000 per capita by 2000. Meanwhile, the UK had about $22, 000 national income per capita in 1990 which increased by about $4, 000 per capita in 2000. By 2010, the US national income per capita remained at its dominant rate of about $36, 000 income per capita whereas the UK increased its national income per capita to close to $28, 000 by 2010. In contrast, the rest of countries started at similar level of above $15, 000 income per capita except for Germany which recorded at close to $20, 000 income in 1990. Ten years later, the national income increased drastically where it reached at well over $20, 000 income per capita for France and $25, 000 per capita for Netherlands whereas German’s national income grew slightly just over $20, 000 per capita. This incremental trend continued until 2010, Germany and Netherlands reached at similar income per capita of above $25, 000 per capita whereas France reached at below $25, 000 income per capita.

IELTS academic The bar graph shows net national income (that's the income earned by the various factors of production in the economy, after the loss of used-up capital equipment has been accounted for) in per capita terms. v.2

The bar graph illustrates the five
different
nations’ national income in USD per capita from 1990 to 2010.
Overall
, all countries’ net national income per capita has risen and among all, France had the lowest national income per capita. The highest national income per capita
was dedicated
to the US whereas the national income per capita for the rest of countries reached about the similar level by 2010
except for
France. The US had the highest national income per capita in 1990 despite the income level
was reached
at about $28, 000 per capita which increased
substantially
to more than $35, 000 per capita by 2000. Meanwhile, the UK had about $22, 000 national income per capita in 1990 which increased by about $4, 000 per capita in 2000. By 2010, the US national income per capita remained at its dominant rate of about $36, 000 income per capita whereas the UK increased its national income per capita to close to $28, 000 by 2010.
In contrast
, the rest of countries
started
at similar level of above $15, 000 income per capita
except for
Germany which recorded at close to $20, 000 income in 1990. Ten years later, the national income increased
drastically
where it reached at well over $20, 000 income per capita for France and $25, 000 per capita
for Netherlands
whereas German’s national income grew
slightly
just
over $20, 000 per capita. This incremental trend continued until 2010, Germany and Netherlands reached at similar income per capita of above $25, 000 per capita whereas France reached at below $25, 000 income per capita.
2Linking words, meeting the goal of 7 or more
94Repeated words, meeting the goal of 3 or fewer
1Mistakes
4 paragraphs
266 words
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