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IELTS Academic Task 1 Correction: Changes in Annual Spending of a U.K School – 2.

IELTS Academic task 1

Answer:

The given pie charts illustrate the fluctuations in yearly expenditures of a specific British school in 1981, 1991 and 2001. (perfect! All points covered concisely.)

Overall, major part of the school’s budget was allocated to wages while the least part was given to insurance policy. A significant portion of this budget was divided between resources and furniture.

Teacher’s salaries increased significantly, by 10 percent, in first ten years followed by a marginal decrease, of about 5 percent, (no commas needed) in last ten years. The percentage of other worker’s salaries dropped gradually, by 6 percent, (no commas needed) from 1981 to 1991 and further fell consistently, by 7 percent, from 1991 to 2001.

In two decades (which two?), the percentage expense of resources gradually rose, by 5 percent, followed by a dramatic fall, by 11 percent, of 11 percent (OR fell by 11 percent) while furniture expenses fell suddenly, by 10 percent, before being rocketed up, by 18 percent, . Thus both showed an opposite trend to each other (while is sufficient to express contrast). The school’s insurance policy fares cost/ expenditure/ spending rose slowly, by 1 percent, (during?) followed by sudden rise, became four times to their starting value, in initial and final decade respectivelyIt witnessed a four fold increase from 1981 to 2001.

Pargraphs are well structured. Right comparisons and main features. Do not over-use commas. Punctuation and a few sentence structuring issues. Bands = 6.5 to 7.0.

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