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The six pie charts compare figures for water consumption for three different sectors (industry, agriculture, and domestic use) in the world.
Overall, in North America and Europe, water used for industry accounts for the highest proportions. Agriculture consumes the vast majority of water in South America, Africa, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia.

In South America, Africa, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia, the amount of water consumed for agricultural purposes takes up around 71%, 84%, 88%, and 81% respectively. In North America and Europe, agriculture activities utilized less water than the mentioned continents (39% and 32%). The opposite trend can be seen when we look at water use for industrial activities. Europe led the rank with 53%, while North America was the second-highest, 48%.

Regarding the remaining sector, the gap in the percentage of water for the domestic purpose among the six continents was not significant, 13%, 19%, 15%, 9%, and 7% respectively in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia.

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The six pie charts compare figures (wrong word) for water consumption for three different sectors (industry, agriculture, and domestic use) in the world. (You did not mention the different regions, so the reader is confused. They expect there to be one pie chart for the world.)


Overall, in North America and Europe, water used for industry accounts for the highest proportions. Agriculture consumes the vast majority of water in South America, Africa, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia.

In South America, Africa, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia, the amount of water consumed for agricultural purposes takes up around 71%, 84%, 88%, and 81% respectively. In North America and Europe, agriculture activities utilized less water than the mentioned (wrong word) other regions continents (39% and 32%). The opposite trend can be seen when considering we look at water use for industrial activities. Europe led the rank with 53%, while North America was the second-highest, 48%.

Regarding the remaining sector, the gap differences in the percentage of water for the domestic purpose among the six continents was not significant, 13%, 19%, 15%, 9%, and 7% respectively in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia.

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Example essay.

Note. This is 230 words, much longer than an actual Task 1 essay should be. However, it will give you some text to study for this task.

Paragraph #1: Describe the figure but not the information content:

The six pie charts compare the proportional amounts of water used in three different economic sectors (Industry, Agriculture and Domestic use) for each of six regions of the world, four continents (Europe, Africa, North and South America) and two large areas of Asia (Central and South East).

Paragraph #2: Pick our two or three of the most significant features.

Overall, the four regions dominated by developing countries, Africa, Asia and South America, use a much higher proportion of water for agriculture than the two continents with industrialized countries, North America and Europe. North America and Europe have nearly identical patterns of water usage.

Paragraph #3 Pick out some interesting details and do some comparisons.

The highest percentage of agricultural water consumption is in Central Asia, with nearly 90% of total usage. But it is closely followed by Africa, at 88% and South East Asia at just over 80%. The remaining water usage in Africa and Central Asia is nearly equally divided between residential and industrial sectors. South East Asia uses about twice as much water for industry as for households, 12 and 7 percent, respectively. In contrast, Europe and North America allocate about half their water to industry, 52 and 48% respectively. The next category is for agriculture, with about a third in Europe and forty percent in North America. South America is similar to other developing regions with the highest usage, 71% going to agriculture. But it has the largest domestic consumption, at 19%. In comparison, Europe and North America have domestic usage of 15 and 13 percent.

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The pie chart illustrate the amount of water usage in six different states of world for different reasons.

Overall,Europe and North America have used most of the water in industries while Central Asia,Africa and South East Asia used most of the water in agriculture.However,South America and Europe used more water in domestic use.

Firstly,Europe used 53% of water for industrial use and out outraced rest of countries.However,South Africa used 19% of water for domestic usage while Central Asia used 88% of water in agriculture.

Secondly,only 7% of water is used in Central Asia for domestic use.While Africa used only 9% .On the other hand,Europe used 32% in agriculture and 15% in domestic use.South America ,North America used 13% and 19% in domestic use respectively.

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