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The graph below shows the types of transport used by tourists who visited New Zealand from five countries in 2004 Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant v.2

The graph below shows the types of transport used by tourists who visited New Zealand from five countries in 2004
The rendered chart illustrates the percentage of tourists from British, German, japan, korean, Australia, who used different mode of transport when they visited new Zealand in the year 2004. Overall, it is clear that japan preferred air travel the most, whilst the other given countries used car the most. At the fleeting glance, it is immensely clear that 60% British and approximately 52%, 50%, 45% German, korean, Australia tourist used car to visit various places in NewZaeland. The least proportion of japanese tourist about a quarater(25%) used the car to travel around NewZaeland. Tourists from japan were most fond of air travel. Roughly 55% japanese tourist used air transport to travel within NewZaeland. Air transport used by 35% British, 30% Korean and 25% German tourists. By contrast merely 11% Australians used air transport. Probing further, similar percentage of (20%) British and German used the coach, this proportion double in case of Koreans(40%). Almost 52% used by japan tourists. Only 8% tourists used in Australian, which was the least. 48% german tourists and 35% british tourist used ferry. The tourists from japan, korea and Australia were less than 15% in each case, who uses ferry as a mean of transport.
The rendered chart illustrates the percentage of
tourists
from British, German,
japan
,
korean
, Australia, who
used
different
mode of
transport
when they visited
new Zealand
in the year 2004.

Overall
, it is
clear
that
japan
preferred
air
travel
the most, whilst the other
given
countries
used
car the most.

At the fleeting glance, it is
immensely
clear
that 60% British and approximately 52%, 50%, 45% German,
korean
, Australia
tourist
used
car to visit various places in
NewZaeland
. The least proportion of
japanese
tourist
about a
quarater
(25%)
used
the car to
travel
around
NewZaeland
.
Tourists
from
japan
were most fond of
air
travel
. Roughly 55%
japanese
tourist
used
air
transport
to
travel
within
NewZaeland
.
Air
transport
used
by 35% British, 30% Korean and 25% German
tourists
. By contrast
merely
11% Australians
used
air
transport.

Probing
further
, similar percentage of (20%) British and German
used
the coach, this proportion double in case of Koreans(40%). Almost 52%
used
by
japan
tourists
.
Only
8%
tourists
used
in Australian, which was the least. 48%
german
tourists
and 35%
british
tourist
used
ferry. The
tourists
from
japan
,
korea
and Australia were less than 15% in each case, who
uses
ferry as a mean of
transport
.
2Linking words, meeting the goal of 7 or more
29Repeated words, meeting the goal of 3 or fewer
12Mistakes
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Rita Mae Brown

IELTS academic The graph below shows the types of transport used by tourists who visited New Zealand from five countries in 2004

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199 words
6.0
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Coherence and Cohesion: 7.0
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