The given bar chart illustrates the turnover of vehicles that use petrol and electricity in Japna, America, and other regions from 2006 to 2009.

Overall the sales of hybrid vehicles experienced upwards trends in the three mentioned areas and doubled over the period. It is clear that Japan gained the biggest growth while America had the largest sales.

In Japan, the number of vehicles sold was approximately 51000 in 2006. This figure rose slightly to nearly 100000 in 2008 and then soared to around 330.000 in the next year. For the American market, sales started at over 250000 in 2006, then the number went up to 350000 in 2007, and feel to 2800 in the next two-year. In other parts of the world, turnover was the same as that of Japan in 2006 about 51000, it increased slightly to approximately 80000in 2007, and continued to rise over 100000 in 2008. Finally, the figure reached around 130000 in 2009.

The given bar chart illustrates the turnover of vehicles (incorrect. That is not what is plotted.) that use petrol and electricity in Japna, America, and other regions from 2006 to 2009. (Imprecise.)

Overall the sales of hybrid vehicles increased experienced (Do not use anthropomorphic verbs - see, experience, witness - in Task 1. These are not appropriate for a math / science context. They are words to use in literary contexts.) upwards trends in the three mentioned areas (not good. Use demonstrative. https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/english-grammar-reference/demonstratives ) and doubled over the period. It is clear that (Words like "clear", "obvious", "evident," and "noticeable" are opinion words. Do not write any opinions in Task 1. Just describe the data.) Japan gained had the biggest growth while America had the largest sales.

In Japan, the number of vehicles sold was approximately 51000 in 2006. This figure rose slightly (Slightly would be 10% or less; not doubling!) to nearly 100000 in 2008 and then soared (Do not use emotive words like "soar" "rocket" "plummet" in Task 1. Use neutral, dispassionate mathematical vocabulary.) to around 330.000 in the next year. For the American market, sales started at over 250000 in 2006, then the number went up to 350000 in 2007, and feel to 2800 in the next two-year. (wrong form) In other parts of the world, turnover (wrong word) was the same as that of Japan in 2006 about 51000, it increased slightly (wrong word) to approximately 80000 in 2007, and continued to rise over 100000 in 2008. Finally, it the figure reached around 130000 in 2009. (Avoid the word "figure" in Task 1. It is almost always a poor word choice. Use pronouns. Pronouns are very basic English.)