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The table compares the percentage of people whose age is 65 and above in three countries: Canada, Germany and UK in three specific years: 1988, 2000 and 2030.

Overall, the population of elderly is predicted to rise in all three countries from 1998 to 2030. The highest percentage of older people was in Germany which continues to remain in 2030 while the lowest proportion can be seen in the UK over the period given.

In 1998, German aged 65 plus was 20.45 %, followed by Canadian with 16.32 %. Both then rose slightly by around 5 % to reach 25.32% and 20.67% in 2000 , respectively. On the other hand, the UK showed a relatively little increase by 0.6 %.

In 2030, it is predicted that the older people of all three countries continue going up by approxiamtely 5.5 %. The figure is forecasted to be 30.42% in Germany, 26.35 % in Canada and 20.35 % in UK.

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You write a lot of unnecessary phrases, so the text is highly repetitious. Do not insert a space between a number and the percent sign.



The table compares the percentage of people aged whose age is 65 and above in three countries: Canada, Germany and UK in three specific years: 1988, 2000 and 2030.

Overall, the population of elderly this segment of the population has risen and is predicted to continue rising. rise in all three countries from 1998 to 2030. The highest percentage shown is of older people was in Germany which continues to remain in 2030 while the lowest is proportion can be seen in the UK. over the period given.

In 1998, the percentage in Germany aged 65 plus (You have already told the examiner what the data is. Do not repeat the information over and over.) was 20.45 %, followed by Canada Canadian with 16.32 %. Both then rose slightly by around 5 % to reach 25.32% and 20.67% in 2000 , respectively. On the other hand, the UK showed a relatively little increase, by 0.6 %. (Continue the same - detail - paragraph.) In 2030, it is predicted that the older people of in all three countries, the percentages continue going will have increased up by approxiamtely 5.5 % from the 2000 values. Specifically,. The figure is they are forecasted to be 30.42% in Germany, 26.35 % in Canada and 20.35 % in UK.

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are there any information else that I can get from this chart to meet the need of the length?

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Yes, it is not a good practice essay. The real exam will have much more data to write about.

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