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The line graph illustrates data on the changes of three different types of meat (beef, chicken, and pork) eaten by an average American from 1960 to 2003.

Overall, it is evident that the consumption of white meat saw the biggest growth over the given period. In addition, the figures for consumption of 2 types of red meat shared relatively similar patterns.

With regard to the amount of pork meat consumed in the United States in 1960, one person ate around 60 pounds, which was lower than that of beef (around 67 pounds). Over the following 30 years, both the amount of pigeon and cow meat used for foods experienced wild fluctuations, but they managed to recover to their beginning figures in 1960. After this time, there were no significant changes in the trends in consumption of 2 groups of red meat.

Just 30 pounds of chicken meat was consumed per person in 1960. However, that amount had doubled by 1990. It continued to rise gradually before reaching its peak at around 70 pounds per capita at the end of the time span.

The line graph illustrates data (wrong expression) on the changes (It plots the amounts, not the year-over-year changes. You need to be accurate in describing graphs.) of three different types of meat (beef, chicken, and pork) eaten annually by an average American from 1960 to 2003.

Overall, it is evident that the consumption of white meat saw (wrong word. Meat cannot see things. ) showed the biggest highest / largest ("big" and "huge" are words for little children. Avoid them in academic writing.) growth over the given period. In addition, the figures (wrong word) for consumption of 2 (Write small numbers in words if they are not data values. ) the two types of red meat shared relatively similar patterns.

With regard to the amount of pork meat consumed in the United States in 1960, one person ate around 60 pounds, which was lower than that of beef (around 67 pounds). Over the following 30 years, both the amount of pigeon (wrong word ) and cow meat (wrong expression) used for foods experienced (wrong word - numbers do not have experiences. ) wild fluctuations, (wrong expression) but they managed to recover (wrong expression - numbers do not try to do things.) to their beginning figures (wrong word) in 1960. After this time, there were no significant changes in the trends in consumption of 2 groups of red meat.

Just 30 pounds of chicken meat was consumed per person in 1960. However, that amount had doubled by 1990. It continued to rise gradually before reaching its peak (wrong word) at around 70 pounds per capita at the end of the time span.


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The line graph compares the amounts (in pounds) of three kinds of meat (chicken, pork and beef) eaten annually per person by Americans during the 43-year period from 1960 to 2003.

Overall, Americans ate larger amounts of beef than either pork or chicken between1960 and 1995. After that, chicken was the most popular of the three. And they consumed larger amounts of all three types of meat in 2003 than they did in 1960.

In detail, in 1960, 157 pounds of meat was consumed consisting of 68, 60 and 29 pounds of beef, pork and chicken, respectively. The amount of beef peaked in 1975 at 90 pounds, at the same time when pork reached a minimum at 42 pounds. After that year, consumption of beef had a steady decline; in 1990, it had reached 68 pounds, and remained at about that same amount for the rest of the period. In contrast, from the beginning, people ate more chicken, steadily increasing the amounts throughout the entire period. It surpassed pork in 1985 at 50 pounds, and then beef in 1994 at 68 pounds. From that point it kept climbing to a final value of 80 pounds. In 2003, Americans consumed 193 pounds of meat, consisting of 80, 63 and 50 pounds of chicken, beef and pork, respectively.

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I also saw a 9.0 sample by Simon yesterday, and he wrote: "but renewable electricity production saw only a small rise to approximately 25 terawatt-hours by 2012." But in my essay, you said it was a "wrong word". I don't really get it. Can you help me?

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The verbs "see, experience and witness" are activities that people do. Things, or time or numbers cannot do this.

These are called "anthropomorphic verbs". They are used in newspaper articles and in fiction. You can use them in Task 2.

Here are numbers that can see, witness and experience. Would a university math lecturer like this?

You can write Task 1 very well without using anthropomorphic verbs and you will be well prepared for a university major in math, science or engineering.

In contrast, although consumed in a smaller amount compared to its counterparts, chicken steadily increased throughout the period, it overtook pork in 1985 (at 50 pounds) and beef in 1995 (at 68 pounds) to be the most popular meat eaten in the States. It continued to slowly grow and reached around 80 pounds in the final year.

Can I write the paragraphs for chicken like this?

In contrast, although consumed in a smaller amount compared to the others at the start of the period, its counterparts, chicken steadily increased in popularity throughout the period. It overtook pork in 1985 (at 50 pounds) and beef in 1995 (at 68 pounds) to be the most popular meat eaten in the States. It continued to slowly grow and ended at around 80 pounds in the final year.

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