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The chart displays the results of a questionnaire conducted in five different Australian cities about the purchasing and consumption of coffee and tea in the last month.

Overall, Australians purchased more instant coffee than fresh coffee in all the cities.

In terms of fresh coffee, Sydney is the city with the highest proportion of citizens who bought this product, about 44%, ten percentage points more than in Brisbane and Adelaide. Besides, Sydney is associated with the lowest share of residents buying instant coffee in the last month. In fact, the gap between instant and fresh coffee purchasing, which is around five percentage points or more in the other cities, is about 1% in Sydney.

The proportion of Australians who went to a cafe in the last month is associated with the highest percentages. Specifically, this share is higher in Melbourne, where is around 64%, and lower in Adelaide, below 50%. In fact, Adelaide is the only city where the proportion of residents who bought instant coffee in the last four weeks is higher than the one who went to a cafeteria.

The bar chart compares the percent of citizens' positive responses on three questions on displays the results of a questionnaire conducted in five different Australian cities ( Hobart, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane) about the purchasing and consumption of coffee and tea in the last month. In particular, there were three questions, 1) Did you buy fresh coffee, 2) Did you buy instant coffee and 3) Did you have coffee or tea in a cafe?

(You need two or three major points for this paragraph.) Overall, Australians purchased more instant coffee than fresh coffee in all the cities. Furthermore, except for Adelaide, more people went to a cafe than purchased either fresh or instant coffee. Less than half of the people in each of these cities responded that they had purchased fresh coffee.

In terms of fresh coffee, Sydney is the city with the highest proportion of citizens who bought this product, about 44%, ten percentage points more than in either Brisbane or and Adelaide. Besides, Sydney is associated with the lowest share of residents buying instant coffee in the last month. In fact, the gap between the purchases of instant and fresh coffee purchasing, which is around five percentage points or more in the other cities, is about 1% in Sydney.

The proportion of Australians who went to a cafe in the last month is associated with the highest percentages. The highest percentages are recorded for Australians who went to a cafe. Specifically, this share is highest in Melbourne, where is around 64%, and lowest in Adelaide, a little below 50%. In fact, Adelaide is the only city where the proportion percentage of residents who bought instant coffee in the last four weeks is higher than those the one who went to a cafe. cafeteria. (A cafeteria is not a cafe.)

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With respect to the overview paragraph, I was not sure I could write more than one sentence. Therefore, I opted for that short sentence only. Besides, I was pretty sure about all those mistakes in the last paragraph

Anyway, I don't understand what is wrong in my introductive paragraph:

The chart displays the results of a questionnaire conducted in five different Australian cities about the purchasing and consumption of coffee and tea in the last month.

I know I could have mentioned the 5 cities, but other than that I think it was good Emotion: smile just tell me if I'm wrong!

And thank you again!

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vallo97With respect to the overview paragraph, I was not sure I could write more than one sentence.

Of course you can! Paragraphs usually have more than one sentence.

vallo97The chart displays the results of a questionnaire conducted in five different Australian cities about the purchasing and consumption of coffee and tea in the last month.

If I read that and cannot see the bar chart, I have no idea what is being plotted.
"Chart" could be a pie chart or another kind of chart.

This is an exercise in your ability to write very clearly about math or science information. It is supposed to be first-year university level.

If the reader has to use their imagination to understand what you mean, it is not a particularly good description. Also, if you introduce the reader to the categories, units of measurement, time range and all other aspects of the plot, it will facilitate your discussions in the body paragraphs because the terms are already known to the reader.