QUES: The graph shows the percentages of people going to cinemas in a European country on different days.


The bar chart given provides a comparison of the proportion of European citizens coming to movie theaters on particular days in 2003, 2005 and 2007.


From an overall perspective, it is evident that people often went to cinemas at the weekend than those during the workday. Another interesting point is the percentage in 2005 on Saturday and Sunday always the highest.

In 2003, the portion of residents going to movie house reached a peak at 40% in Sat, meanwhile, the amount in Fri and Sun both remained stable at around 30%. It went the same as the two years, 2005 and 2007, with the peak at 45% and just over 42% respectively. By contrast, the percentage of THE figure in three years of the survey, in other days stood at around 10% to 20 %.

The data represented in Friday witnessed an unchanged proportion consist of 30 percent in all three years. As opposed to the number of people who go out to watch movie at weekend, the percentage of those who go for workday is lower from three to five times.

The bar chart given provides a comparison compares of the proportions of European citizens (incorrect) coming to movie theaters on particular the seven days of the week in 2003, 2005 and 2007.


From an overall perspective, it is evident that people often went to cinemas more often at the weekend than those during the workday. Another interesting point is The percentages in 2005 on for Saturday and Sunday always (You need a verb, not an adverb. Your sentence lacks a verb, so it it ungrammatical.) the highest.

In 2003, the portion of residents percentage going to movie house (Not a good synonym) reached a peaked at 40% in Sat, (comma splice error, ungrammatical.) meanwhile, the amount (wrong word) in Fri and Sun both remained stable (Stable is not correct to use here..) were the same at around 30%. It went the same as the two years, 2005 and 2007, with the peak at 45% and just over 42% respectively. By contrast, the percentage of THE figure (wrong word) in three years of the survey, (Do not repeat what is in paragraph 1) in other days stood at around 10% to 20 %. (

The data represented in Friday witnessed (wrong word - read my advice. Data cannot witness anything.) an unchanged proportion consist of (wrong word) 30 percent in all three years. As opposed to the number of people (wrong expression) who go out to watch a movie at weekend, the percentage of those who go for workday is lower from three to five times.

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- movie house is a synonym that I have found in thesaurus dictionary.

- "European citizens" --> wrong. Can i use "European residents" instead?

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red blue 390- movie house is a synonym that I have found in thesaurus dictionary.

It was used in the 1920s through the 1950s, but is a quaint term no longer being used except in historical references. Beware of using synonyms in task 1!

red blue 390- "European citizens" --> wrong. Can i use "European residents" instead?

The subject is people of one particular country in Europe.

It is not about all the citizens of Europe, which refers to all the people in Europe, that is France, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Monaco, Lichtenstein, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Luxemburg and the eastern block countries.

The bar chart compares the percentage of people who went to see a movie by day of the week in 2003, 2005 and 2007. Data is from one country in Europe.

Overall, these people attended more often on the weekend days, and Saturday was the most popular day for such an outing. The pattern was the same in all three years.

In detail, there was no day or year which attracted more than half the population to see a movie. The highest percentage was for Saturdays in 2005, at 45%, and slightly less, 40% and 43% in 2003 and 2007, respectively. Mondays and Wednesdays were least popular, with an average of about 12%. In fact, the lowest value on the chart is for Wednesdays in 2007, at 8%. Tuesday and Thursday had similar attendance records, with percentages in the range of 13 to 20%. Fridays were interesting in that the value was exactly the same for all three years, 30%. Movie attendance was marginally higher on Sundays compared to Fridays; it was equal in 2003, and 3-5% higher in the other two years.

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