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The tables below give information about the world population and distribution in 1950 and 2000 with an estimate of the situation in 2050 Summarise the information v.2

The tables below give information about the world population and distribution in 1950 and 2000 with an estimate of the situation in 2050
The table compares about the proportion of people and their distributions among six different regions in the globe in 1950 and 2000, with anticipated totals for 2050. Overall, it can be seen that while the population of people in Asia and Africa is set to grow, Europe and North America will witness a drop in the population. A striking feature is that Oceania is likely to remain stable throughout the term in the question. Asia stood at 56% in 1950, which was the highest percentage of all given distributions, and the figure is set to experience a gradual swell to 59% in 2050. On the other hand, there was a sharp slid to 12% in 2000, approximately two times much less than 22% in 1950. Ultimately, the percentage is predicted to hit a trough of 5% in 2050. Latin America had 6% of the world population; this figure rose to 9% in 2000, a slight growth and is forecasted to stay uniform in 2050. The population was only 7% and 5% in 1950 and 2000 correspondingly for North America and is going to shrink marginally to 4% over the following fifty years. Nonetheless, Africa will have nearly doubled by 2050 from 9% to 20%.
The table compares about the proportion of
people
and their distributions among six
different
regions in the globe in 1950 and 2000, with anticipated totals for 2050.

Overall
, it can be
seen
that while the
population
of
people
in Asia and Africa
is set
to grow, Europe and North America will witness a drop in the
population
. A striking feature is that Oceania is likely to remain stable throughout the term in the question.

Asia stood at 56% in 1950, which was the highest percentage of all
given
distributions, and the figure
is set
to experience a gradual swell to 59% in 2050.
On the other hand
, there was a sharp slid to 12% in 2000, approximately two times much less than 22% in 1950.
Ultimately
, the percentage
is predicted
to hit a trough of 5% in 2050. Latin America had 6% of the world
population
; this figure rose to 9% in 2000, a slight growth and
is forecasted
to stay uniform in 2050.

The
population
was
only
7% and 5% in 1950 and 2000
correspondingly
for North America and is going to shrink
marginally
to 4% over the following fifty years. Nonetheless, Africa will have
nearly
doubled by 2050 from 9% to 20%.
3Linking words, meeting the goal of 7 or more
4Repeated words, meeting the goal of 3 or fewer
0Mistakes
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IELTS academic The tables below give information about the world population and distribution in 1950 and 2000 with an estimate of the situation in 2050

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