The table shows forested land in millions of hectares in different parts of the world.

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

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.


My answer:

The table shows that there were significant changes in forested land areas in six regions in the world over a fifteen-year period.

Except for Asia and Europe had an increase in forested areas during fifteen years from 1990 to 2005, the forested land area of other regions tended to reduce over the period. However, while the forested land of Europe rose gradually, Asia got a decrease in 2000 with 570 ha and then grow again.

The biggest gap between 1990 and 2005 was the considerable decrease in forested areas in Africa and South America with the number of the loss exceeded 50 ha. The smallest forested area belonged to Oceania with the slight fall over the 15-year period. Similar to Oceania, during 15 years, the forested area in North America also fell steadily from 708 ha in 1990 to 705 ha in 2005.


Overall, while Europe and Asia got the growth of the forest, the others generally lost the forested area. However, the number of the loss was different.

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The table shows that there were significant changes in forested land areas in six regions in the world over a fifteen-year period.

Except for Asia and Europe ( What is the subject for "had"?) had an increase in forested areas during (missing word) fifteen years from 1990 to 2005, the forested land area of other regions tended to reduced (You are describing factual information. ) over the period. However, while the forested land of Europe rose gradually, Asia got (wrong word) a decrease in 2000 with (wrong word) 570 ha and (wrong word) then grow (wrong form) again.

The biggest gap (wrong word) between 1990 and 2005 was the considerable decrease in forested areas in Africa and South America with the number (wrong word) of the loss exceeded (wrong form) 50 ha. The smallest forested area belonged to Oceania and it had with the slight fall over the 15-year period. Similar to Oceania, during 15 years, the forested area in North America also fell steadily from 708 ha in 1990 to 705 ha in 2005.


Overall, while Europe and Asia got (wrong word) the growth of the forest, the others generally lost the forested area. However, the number (wrong word) of the loss was different.