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The first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household. The second chart shows the greenhouse. gas emissions which result from this energy use.Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The pie chart illustrates the types of average energy is utilized by Australian occupants and shows data about the gas products which are attributed by energy usage.

Overall, it can be clearly seen that heating energy makes up a higher proportion than others but the heating emission shows the contrast.

It is noticeable that a significant majority of energy usage is heating. This figure for Australian occupants experiences nearly a half, accounting for 42% , followed by the percentage of water heating which is a third ( 30%). Whereas, other appliances make up a small minority, the respective proportion for lighting and refrigeration to 7% and under 5%. People in Australia do not tend to choose cooling as using energy.

A similar proportion of water heating and other appliances discharged at about 32% and 28% respectively. The type of refrigeration(14%) and heating( 15%)also show a relatively even distribution in each occupant. The cooling and light are less consumption that gives a rise the diminishing gas discharges, just under 10% or lower.

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The pie charts illustrates the types of outlines what an average energy is utilized by Australian occupants family uses electricity for, and shows data about the gas products which are emissions percentages attributed to the various uses. by energy usage.

Overall, [ 1] it can be clearly seen that heating energy makes up a higher proportion than others any other category in the first chart, but the water heating is the biggest contributor to emissions. shows the contrast.

It is noticeable that a significant majority of energy usage is heating. This figure for Australian occupants experiences nearly a half, Heating accounts ing for 42% of total energy use, followed by the percentage of water heating which is at about a third, ( 30%). [ 2] whereas refrigerators, cooling, and lighting account for less than 10% each. Meanwhile, other appliances make up the remainder at 15%. a small minority, the respective proportion for lighting and refrigeration to 7% and under 5%. Surprisingly, people in Australia do not tend to choose use much electricity for cooling their homes. as using energy.

As for greenhouse gas emissions, the major culprit is water heating, which represents approximately a third of the second pie chart. In contrast, heating only accounts for 15% and refrigeration a similar 14%. Next comes lighting at 8%, and finally cooling at only 3%. Again, various other household appliances account for the rest at 28%.

A similar proportion of water heating and other appliances discharged at about 32% and 28% respectively. The type of refrigeration(14%) and heating( 15%)also show a relatively even distribution in each occupant. The cooling and light are less consumption that gives a rise the diminishing gas discharges, just under 10% or lower.

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[ 1]: Avoid meaningless fillers in task-1 which is supposed to be a summary task.

[ 2]: "whereas", or "while" are conjunctions. You need to learn how to use them.

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While/whereas James is rich, Jenny is poor. [ correct]

While/whereas James is rich. [ incorrect]