Hello, we have to make a graph description. Is it possible to check it up for common language faults?

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The descr:

This graph gives us a comparison of the new car sales in Brazil and Argentina in the period 1998 - 2005. Years are indicated on the X-axis whereas the Y-axis expresses the growth in percentages compared with the new car sales in 1998.
The yellow line represents the new car sales in Brazil while the blue line represents new car sales in Argentina. The figures for the next 2 years may not be entire correct, since they are forecast.

As you can see, new car sales in Argentina reached a peak in the middle of 1998 whereas sales in Brazil slowed down a little. From 1999 to 2001, we can see that both countries had similar movements in car sales.
It’s clearly visible that car sales tumbled almost 40 percent in the first quarter of that period. In the following quarters of the period 1999 – 2001, new car sales in both countries edged up, bringing car sales in Brazil at 95 percent and in Argentina at 110 percent.
Despite the fact that 2001 car sales in Brazil were lower than those in Argentina, the Brazilians succeeded in recovering sales with 20 percent, reaching a first top of 120 percent at the end of that particular year.
In contrast with the boost of car sales in Brazil, sales in Argentina plunged to a mere 50 percent. But that is not all, as you can see, new car sales crashed in Argentina to the absolute minimum of zero percent in the beginning of 2003, after a small jump in the middle of 2001.
Nevertheless, car sales in Brazil tumbled with 40 percent in 2002. However, in contradiction to the figures of Argentina, sales in Brazil went back up to level off at 120 percent in 2003.

The following years, car sales are expected to boom in Argentina because the IMF (the International Monetarian Fund) is willing to give a lot of support there, in order to strengthen trust in the local economy.
In contrast, car sales in Brazil, are expected to stay steady at 130 percent, compared with sales in 1998.
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BeliganThis graph gives us a comparison of the new car sales in Brazil and Argentina in the period from1998 to 2005. Years are indicated on the X-axis whereas the Y-axis expresses the growth in percentages compared with the new car sales in 1998.
The yellow line represents the new car sales in Brazil while the blue line represents new car sales in Argentina. The figures for the next 2 years (Which years do you mean?) are based on our forecast. may not be entire correct, since they are forecast.

As you can see, new car sales in Argentina reached a peak in the middle of 1998 whereas sales in Brazil slowed down a little. From 1999 to 2001, we can see that both countries had similar movements in car sales.
It’s clearly visible that car sales tumbled ____ almost 40 percent in the first quarter of that period (which period). In the following quarters (which periods are these) of the period 1999 – 2001, new car sales in both countries edged up, bringing car sales in Brazil at 95 percent and in Argentina at 110 percent (of what?).
Despite the fact that 2001 car sales in Brazil in 2001 were lower than those in Argentina, the Brazilians succeeded in recovering their sales with (Prep) 20 percent, reaching a first top of 120 percent for the first time at the end of that particular year.
In contrast with the boost of car sales in Brazil, sales in Argentina plunged to a mere 50 percent (of...). But that is not all. As you can see, new car sales crashed in Argentina to the absolute minimum of zero percent (I'm not sure what you mean by zero percent. Zero percent is basically no sales) in the beginning of 2003, after a small jump in the middle of 2001.
Nevertheless, car sales in Brazil tumbled with 40 percent in 2002. However, in contradiction to the figures of unlike Argentina, sales in Brazil went back up to level off at 120 percent in 2003.

The following years, (which years do you mean?) car sales are expected to boom in Argentina because the IMF (the International Monetarian Fund) is willing to give a lot of support there, in order to strengthen trust in the local economy.
In contrast, car sales in Brazil, are expected to stay steady at 130 percent, compared with sales in 1998.
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Hello,
Could you just put us the graph please to see it .
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