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The given table provides information about the quantity of people involving in using British airport, particularly three outstanding airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted from 1998 to 2003.

Overall, what stands out from the table is that Gatwick is the busiest air-terminal through the years. Moreover, during the first 3 years, all British airports' visitors grew steadily, though, since next 3 years, they had experienced different trends

In 1998, the figure of Heathrow's travellers was around 27 millions, less than the highest one - Gatwick's figure about 10 millions, whereas Stansted started with the lowest number of visitors all time, 17.3 millions. After that, while Gatwick's travellers saw a stable upward trend through every single year and reached 44.4 millions in 2000, Heathrow and Stansted rocketed around double, compared to the first year.

Regarding to the quantity of people using major airports mentioned over the second period, Gatwick's visitors continued to rise and hit the peak at 69.3 millions in 2003, when Stansted also had a slight increase and then levelled off at 43.3 millions in the last 3 years. On the other hand, the number of people using Heathrow airport dropped significantly by 15 millions and then recovered at 45.6 millions.

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The given (It is unnatural to use "given" "provided" "above " or "below" . delete this word.) table provides information about (That is very vague. Information can be anything. Write what is in the table. ) the quantity (wrong word. Quantity is not used for people, but for non-count items. He drank a large quantity of water.) .) of people involving (wrong word) in using British airport, (wrong form - there is more than ne) particularly three outstanding (wrong word) airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted from 1998 to 2003.


The table lists the number of passengers passing through three of the largest British airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted each year from 1998 to 2003.



Overall, what stands out from the table is that (Those words are not necessary. They contain no information about the data. Be direct, precise and succinct in Task 1) . ) Gatwick is the busiest air-terminal (Wrong word. Gatwick has several terminals) of the three through the years.(That is incorrect. Heathrow was busier than Gatwick in 2000. Be careful that all your statements are accurate. ) Moreover, during the first three 3 years, (Write small number in words if they are not data values.) all British airports' visitors (wrong word. People are not visiting an airport like visiting a museum or friend's house.) ) grew steadily, though, since next 3 years, they had experienced (wrong word - do not use the verbs experience, witness or see in task 1. They are not appropriate.) different trends (missing punctuation. Also "trend" is not appropriate here.)

In 1998, the figure (wrong word) of Heathrow's travellers was around 27 millions, (wrong form)) less than the highest one - Gatwick's figure (wrong word) about 10 millions, (wrong form) whereas Stansted started with the lowest number of visitors (wrong word) all time, (wrong expression) 17.3 millions. (wrong form) After that, while Gatwick's travellers saw (wrong word - the travellers see the airplanes and airport. They cannot see any numbers. ) a stable upward trend through every single year and reached 44.4 millions in 2000, Heathrow and Stansted rocketed (wrong word - do not use sensational language in Task 1.) around double, compared to the first year.

Regarding to the quantity of people using these major airports mentioned (wrong word) over the second period, (What is the "second period?") Gatwick's visitors continued to rise and hit the peak (wrong word - there is only one "peak" in this table, and that is for Heathrow in 2000. ) at 69.3 millions in 2003, when Stansted also had a slight increase and then levelled off at 43.3 millions in the last 3 years. On the other hand, the number of people using Heathrow airport dropped significantly by 15 millions and then recovered at 45.6 millions.


We do not use the plural form of "million." The correct usage is

one million
two million
ten million

many millions
tens of millions


Example essay. This essay is too long at ~230 words. However, it gives you an idea of how to write sentences for this task.


The table lists the number of passengers passing through three of the largest British airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted each year from 1998 to 2003.

Overall, the number of people using these airports nearly doubled over the six years, from 81 to 158 million. However, this increase was not equally distributed among the three airports. In 1998, Gatwick, the largest, handled more than twice the number of Stansted, the smallest of the three. By 2003, Stansted had gained market share, but was still the smallest of the three.

Gatwick served the largest number of passengers in every year except 2000, where it was briefly overtaken by Heathrow, 48.2 versus 44.4 million passengers. Stansted was a close third, having nearly 40 million, about 10% less than Gatwick. Its growth in passenger volume came primarily in the first three years, rising from 17.3 to nearly 40 million. In contrast, from 2001-2003, the number of passengers it served was constant at 43.3 million. However, that was more than two and a half times as many as in 1998. Heathrow was the only airport which had a dip in passenger count during the period. In fact, it had fewer in 2003 than it did three years earlier. In the final year, 2003, slightly less than half the total number of travellers went through Gatwick with a little over a quarter each for the other two.