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The line graph illustrates the average monthly number of workers in the UK going to the office every day by three different means of transport from 1970 to 2030.

It can be seen clearly from the graph that the number of commuters using cars and trains increased dramatically, opposited to buses experiencing a downward trend.

In 1970, the number of cars and trains used was nearly 5 millions and 2 millions respectively. There was a stable remain in the number of commuters using cars in 1980, however, these figures rose gradually between 1980 and 2000, approximately 7 millions. The number of workers travelling by car hit a peak 9% in the end of the period. Besides, the number of trains used by commuters climbed slightly 3 millions over the period of 30 years. There was a minor increase in the number of workers travelling by trains from 2010 to 2020,and reaching 5 millions in 2030.

In the first of the period, the number of commuters travelling by buses rated second with nearly 4 millions. By contrast, these figures show a slight decrease in 2030, at 3 millions.

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The line graph illustrates the average monthly number of [ 1] workers in the UK daily commuters, going to the office every day by one of three different means of transport from 1970 to 2030.

It can be seen clearly from the graph that Overall, the numbers [ 2] of commuters using cars and trains increased dramatically, [ 3] opposited to whereas the number using buses experiencing a downward trend.

In 1970, the number [ 4] of car and train passengers used was nearly 5 millions [ 5] million and 2 million respectively. [ 6] There was a stable remain in the number of commuters using cars in Those remained relatively stable until1980, however, these figures after which they rose gradually between 1980 and 2000, to approximately 7 million for the former and 3 million for the latter. Throughout the following decade, both plateaued, but then they rose again, and the number of workers commuters travelling by car [ 7] is forecast to hit a peak [ 8] 9% in of almost 9 million by the end of the period shown, whereas . Besides, the number of trains users d by commuters is set to climb ed slightly to 3 million by 2030. over the period of 30 years. There was a minor increase in the number of workers travelling by trains from 2010 to 2020,and reaching 5 millions in 2030.

In the first of the period, the number of commuters travelling by buses rated second with nearly 4 millions. By contrast, these figures show a slight decrease in 2030, at 3 millions.

In contrast, the graph for buses started at around 4 million and experienced a slow but steady decline after that. It is anticipated that the number of bus commuters will dip slightly below 3 million by 2030.

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[ 1]: Not all commuters are workers.

[ 2]: That is not wrong, but there is no need to repeat it in that sentence.

[ 3]: “opposited” is not a word.

[ 4]: What you wrote is wrong! We are not talking about the numbers of cars or buses.

[ 5]: When we use a number + a unit (e.g. hundred, thousand, million), we use the singular for that unit. For example “three hundred” (not “three hundreds”).

[ 6]: “there was a stable remain” is ungrammatical.

[ 7]: Note the reference to the future.

[ 8]: I have no idea where you got percentage from!

The line graph illustrates the UK daily commuters’ average monthly by one of three different means of transport from 1970 to 2030.

Overall, the numbers using cars and trains experienced an upward trend, whereas there was a downward trend in the number of commuters travelling by buses.

In the first of the period, the number of cars and trains were used to travel around 5 million and 2 million respectively. The number of train passengers showed a gradual rise between 1980 and 2000 to 3 million. These numbers stayed constant and exceeded the numbers using buses before being forecast to climb to nearly 5 million in 2030. Besides, the number of commuters using cars increased slightly to approximately 7 million by 2000 after remaining stable. This figure is set up to hit a peak of 9 million in the end of the period.

In the other words, the line of using train started at about 2 million, however, there was a steady decrease in these numbers, predicted to reach below 3 million in 2030.

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