The line graph compares the proportion of Europeans aged in four different groups visiting to gym monthly or over from 1990 to 2010.

Overall, the percentage of the elderly aged 45 and over was the highest while the proportion of the 18-24 age group was the highest over two decades.

In 1990, at the top position was the percentage of the 25 to 34-year-olds group going to the gym, at approximately 8%. The second-largest proportion of people aged 18-24 stood at 7% and reached a high of around 58% in 2010 before experiencing a slight fluctuation between 50% and 51% from 2004 to 2008, compared to about 49% of those aged 25 to 34.

The proportion of the elderly aged 45 and over was the smallest with around 1% in 1990 then increased to only 20% in the next 20 years, in comparison with the higher percentage of the 35-44 age group standing at 40%.

The line graph compares the proportion of Europeans aged (Incorrect usage. We age cheese in special cool climate-controlled rooms. We age wine in oak casks. We do not age people!) in four different age groups who went visiting to a gym at least monthly or over from 1990 to 2010. (incomplete. What are the age groups?)

Overall, the percentage of the elderly (wrong word. Today's elderly people are over 80. 45 is barely middle-aged.) aged 45 and over was the highest while the proportion of the 18-24 age group was the highest (How can both groups be the highest? Highest is superlative. It means only one.) over two decades.

In 1990, at the top position was the percentage (Wrong usage. The group is in top position, not the percentage.) of the 25 to 34-year-olds group going to the gym, at approximately 8%. The second-largest proportion of people aged 18-24 (wrong usage. "Proportion of people aged 18-24" means a subset of that group, not the entire group. Mathematical expressions are extremely precise. You must be very careful that you write phrases correctly.) stood at 7% and reached a high of around 58% in 2010 (there are no values after 2010. You cannot use "before") before experiencing (wrong word. Proportions do not have experiences. Do not use these verbs in Task 1: experience, see, and witness.) a slight fluctuation (wrong word. There are no patterns of "fluctuation" on this graph.) between 50% and 51% (wrong data values) from 2004 to 2008, compared to about 49% (Wrong data values - you are writing about 2004-2008 when the values ranged from 38-44%) of those aged 25 to 34.

The proportion of the elderly aged 45 and over was the smallest with around 1% (3%) in 1990 then increased to only 20% in the next 20 years, in comparison with the higher percentage of the 35-44 age group, which started at a similar value and ended standing at 40%.

You still have not read my advice. Or you read it and then ignored it. It is frustrating to try to help a student who just makes the same mistakes. Don't you desire to improve your writing?

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