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The line graph illustrates information about the amount of wheat which was exported over three different areas: Australia, Canada and European Community over a five-year period between 1985 and 1990.

Overall, what stands out from the graph is that there is an unever change in the number of exports in three countries over the years.
As for Australia, having increased slightly from 15 millions of tones to approximately 17 millions, the amount of wheat exports fell steadily in the last four years from 1986 to 1990 .

Over the same period , the amount of Canada exports increased gradually. It started at 19 million tones in 1985,reached a peak in 1988 of 24 millions, dropped dramatically in 1989 to 14 million tones and then climed back to 19 million in 1990.
With respect to European Community, 17 million tones were exported in 1985, but then decreased to 14 millions in 1986 and then rose to 20 millions in 1990 .
Another striking feature that can be seen from the graph that the amount of wheat export in three country increased in the last few years

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linh nguyễn 2441graph illustrates information about

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linh nguyễn 2441exported over three different areas

exported from three different areas

linh nguyễn 2441what stands out from the graph is

This type of fronting noun clause is unusual in academic reporting of a 'Task 1' nature.

linh nguyễn 2441unever change

uneven? I would view the overview as inadequate, as it simply does not put across any meaningful information. No clear overview = Band 5 for Task Achievement. The overview must identify the main trends and differences, including:

1) All three countries were closely grouped at the start of the period, but less so at the end.

2) The rank order changed. Canadian and EU exports switched places with EU exports ending up as the highest of the three.

3) The trend for Australian exports was downward, but for EU exports it was upward. Canadian exports varied somewhat but ended up in much the same position.

linh nguyễn 2441climed

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linh nguyễn 2441 wheat export in three country increased in the last few years

This is not true. Australian exports did not rise. Also: from the three countries/ from each of the three countries. I would also question whether this is a 'striking' feature. To me the most striking feature of the graph is that there is no overall trend applicable to all three countries' exports.

linh nguyễn 2441As for Australia, having increased slightly from 15 millions of tones to approximately 17 millions, the amount of wheat exports fell steadily in the last four years from 1986 to 1990 .Over the same period , the amount of Canada exports increased gradually. It started at 19 million tones in 1985,reached a peak in 1988 of 24 millions, dropped dramatically in 1989 to 14 million tones and then climed back to 19 million in 1990.With respect to European Community, 17 million tones were exported in 1985, but then decreased to 14 millions in 1986 and then rose to 20 millions in 1990 .

This section seems to "recount detail mechanically", which is symptomatic of Band 5 for Task Achievement. For a better result, one approach is to make comparisons between the lines, rather than describing just one line at a time. One method is to describe the opening situation, and the closing situation, and possibly the situation in mid-period (1988) as well, making comparison between the figures at each point in time.

In 1985, all the exports for all three countries fell between fifteen and nineteen million tonnes, with Australian exports the lowest, and Canadian the highest. By 1988, Canadian exports had risen to 25 million tonnes, while Australian ... At the end of the period, EU exports were over ..... followed by Canadian exports at .... while Australian exports trailed a distant third at ....