The line graph compares households in terms of car ownership in Britain between 1971 to 2007.

Overall, the percentage of household owning one car remained relatively the same over the period shown. However, both proportion of households owning two cars and households owning three or more cars showed a gradual increase, whereas that of no car households declined significantly.

In 1971, the percentage of households with no car was the highest, at roughly 50%. On the other hand, that of households with two cars and households with three or more cars were at about 7% and 2% respectively. Over the following 8 years, the percentage of household with two cars rose by 3%. With regard to one car households, it fluctuated between 44% and 42%. From 1979 to 2007, there was a sharp drop in the percentage of no car households showed. It decreased drastically to around 25%. By contrast, the proportion of two cars households showed a considerably increase, by nearly 20%. Similarly, there was also an upward trend in that of three or more cars households, while one car households remained relatively constant.

The line graph compares households in terms of car ownership in Britain between 1971 to 2007. How many curves are on the graph? What are they? You need to tell the reader so your essay will have coherence and cohesion.)

Overall, the percentage of household (wrong form) owning one car remained relatively the same over the period shown. However, both proportion of households owning two cars and households owning three or more cars showed a gradual increase, whereas that of those with no car households declined significantly.

In 1971, the percentage of households with no car was the highest, at roughly 50%. On the other hand, In contrast, that of households with two cars and households with three or more cars were at about 7% and 2% respectively. Over the following eight 8 years, the percentage of household with two cars rose by 3%. With regard to one-car households, it remained in a narrow range fluctuated between 44% and 42%. From 1979 to 2007, there was a sharp drop in the percentage of no car households with no car showed. (ungrammatical) It decreased drastically to around 25%. By contrast, the proportion of two-car households showed a considerably (wrong form) increase, by nearly 20%. Similarly, there was also an upward trend in that of three or more cars households owning three or more cars, while one car households with a single car remained relatively constant.


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The line graph plots the percent of households in the UK according to the number of cars they owned from 1971 to 2007. Specifically, there are four curves: those who had no car, one car, two cars and three or more cars.

Overall, car ownership increased. The category of one-car households was the highest from 1978 on. Those who had more than one car went up, offset by the decline in ones without a car.

In detail, at the start, just over half the families owned at least one car. Those with only one car remained in the narrow range between 42 and 45% during the period. In 1971, the percentage of those with no car was higher, but that dropped below the one-car household in 1975-78. Less than one family in ten had more than one car until after 1979 when their percentages began to go up, especially for the two-car households. As those without a car went down, the ones with two cars increased, and the curves crossed in 2004 at about 25%.