IELTS Academic Task 1, October 2017: Bottled Water Consumption.

The pie graph below shows bottled water consumption in various regions as a percent of global consumption and the bar-chart shows the growth of bottled water consumption in 2001.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

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20 minutes, 150 words at least.

Answer:

The given pie chart presents data on consumption of bottled water in eight countries and regions during 1999. The bar chart depicts changes in consumption in the same areas in 2001.

Overall, Western Europe used most of the global bottled water supply and witnessed the least growth in consumption, while Asia had the smallest share in utilizing bottled water and had the fastest growth rate. 

Among all regions, Western Europe enjoyed the greatest share of 48 percent in packaged water use followed by 15 percent share of Australia. New Zealand had 13 percent share, and Latin America had just 10 percent of global consumption. All other regionsAfrica, Middle East, U.S.A and Asiahad a small share. 

In 2001, Asia witnessed the highest growth rate in consumption of bottled water followed by Latin America and New Zealand, both of which grew at 12 percent. The Middle Eastern and African markets expanded at 10 percent per annum while Australia and U.S.A consumption advanced at 8 percent. Western Europe grew at the just 2 percent, the smallest growth rate among all regions.  

Total Words = 180.

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