TASK 1

The graph shows changes in the prices per kilogram of various types of bread in Europe between 2001 and 2005.

Answer

Line graph illustrates the cost per kilogram of different types of bread in Europe from 2001 to 2005

It is clear that the prices of white and rye bread increased while prices of brown and wholemeal bread were relatively stable thoughout the period

In 2001, whte bread rate started from the bottom of the chart which was neary 0,1 euros perkilogram then it suddently reached a peak at 1,2 euros per kilogram just over a year. The cost of white bread dropped dramatically to over 0,5 euros per kilogram and rose gain to 0,7 euros per kilogram in 2005. Compared to whitebread, tye bread’s prices showed a much simple trend. Rye bread had a significantly jump form 0,6 euros per kilogram to 0,9 euros per kilogram then it dropped a little bit and rose again to 1,1 euros per kilogram in 2005.

Both brown and wholemeal bread showed same trend. They started together at 0,5 euros per kilogram then they seperated. Brown bread showed a slightly rise to about 0,6 euros per kilogram, much higher compared to wholemeal bread which still remained 0,5 euros per kilogram over the period.

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The line graph illustrates compares the cost, in euro, per kilogram of different types of bread in Europe from 2001 to 2005.

It is clear that the prices of white and rye bread increased while prices those of brown and wholemeal bread were relatively stable throughout the that period.

In 2001, [ 1] the price of white bread rate started from was at the bottom of the chart, which was at nearly 0.1 [ 2] euros per kilogram, but then it suddently rose sharply and reached a peak at 1,2 of 1.2 euros per kilogram just over a year later. The cost of white bread However, it subsequently dropped dramatically to over 0,5 around 0.5 euros per kilogram in 2004, but it and rose gain managed to recover slightly to 0.7 euros per kilogram in 2005. Compared to whitebread, tye bread’s In comparison, the price of rye bread showed a much simpler trend. Rye bread had a significantly jump form 0.6 euros per kilogram to 0.9 euros per kilogram in the initial year. Then it dropped a little bit and but rose again to 1.1 euros per kilogram in 2005.

Both brown and wholemeal bread showed same followed a similar, almost flat, trend. They started together at 0.5 euros per kilogram, but then they separated. Brown bread showed saw/experienced a slightly [ 3] slight rise to about 0.6 euros per kilogram by 2002, much and remained higher compared to than wholemeal bread which still remained at around 0.5 euros per kilogram over the that period.

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