The chart below gives information about the number of social networking sites people used in Canada in 2014 and 2015.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.



The bar chart shows the percentage of people that use multiple networking sites in the year 2014 and 2015. Most of the users use one site and lowest percentage of using multiple sites is five sites and more.

According to the graph, 22 percent of people didn’t use any networking site in 2014 but it reduces 1 percent in 2015. The proportion of one site users is 36 percent in 2014 which fall drastically to 28 percent in 2015 however the reason for this reduction is that people decide to use two or more site and percentage of more than one site users is increased respectively in the year 2015. The sum of one and two site user decrease from 69 percent in 2014 to 52 percent in the year 2015 so it proves that higher trend belongs to more than two sites users although it seems three site users have the most increase in 2015.

In overall, the one site users have a higher proportion in the graph but it decreases for more than one site in the next year.

The introduction needs to mention that the data refers to Canada.

mohammad ariyanradpeople that use

Why the present tense? We are referring to 2014-5. Check your tenses throughout.

mohammad ariyanradlowest percentage of using multiple sites is five sites and more.

Not clear. The lowest category related to those using five sites or more.

mohammad ariyanradAccording to the graph

No need to keep referring to the chart: the source of the information was made clear in the first paragraph.

mohammad ariyanrad22 percent of people

Which people? All people? Or just Canadians?

mohammad ariyanraddidn’t

Avoid short forms.

mohammad ariyanrad it reduces

What reduces? What does "it" refer to?

mohammad ariyanradone site users

You will need a hyphen here: one-site users OR those using a single site

mohammad ariyanraddrastically

Do not over-dramatize in Task 1: it is a report and should be objective.

mohammad ariyanradto 28 percent in 2015 however

Run-on sentence

mohammad ariyanradtwo or more site

Singular or plural?

mohammad ariyanradmore than one site users is increased respectively

those using more than one site OR those using multiple sites

"Increase" is a so-called "ergative" verb and does not need the passive here. Cf:

a) Lending rates increased by half a percent.

b) Lending rates were increased half a percent by the Central Bank.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ergative_verb#In_English

mohammad ariyanradIn overall,

Overall, ...

mohammad ariyanradthe one site users have a higher proportion in the graph but it decreases for more than one site in the next year.

It often helps to use the word "trend" as this flags the trend statement for the examiner. The overall trend was toward using multiple sites with the number of Canadians using just one site or none at all falling, and those using two or more rising.

The given chart illustrates how people using multiple social networking sites in Canada in 2014 and 2015 in six items sites, with units measured in per cent.

Overall, among six various sites, the percentage of people using one site was highest, whereas the figure for that using five sites was lowest in both of the two years in the survey.

It is evident that the proportion of people using one site was highest in the survey, reached a peak at 36% in 2014, slightly higher than the figure for this in 2015, with 28%. Flow by the people using two sites, the data for this ranked second place in the survey, with 23% in 2014 and 24% in 2015. In the year 2014, the percentage of people using one site stood at third place, was 22% in 2014 and 21% in 2015.

In contrast, the rates of people using the remaining items sites were under 20% each. The percentage of people using three sites was 12% in 2014, lower than that in 2015, with 16%. Likewise, the figure for people using four sites was 5% in 2015, while the figure for that in 2015 was 8%. Finally, the portion of people using five sites was lowest in the chart review, was 2% in 2014 and 4% in 2015.