Writing task 1: Table

The figure shows the data on the sales of Fairtrade – labelled coffee and bananas in 1994 and 2004 in 5 European nations.

Overall, it is clear that the number of sales in 2004 was higher than in 1999 in both coffee and bananas, exception in bananas of Sweden and Denmark. Additionally, UK and Switzerland were the highest market value in both types of agricultural products in 1999 and 2004.

In Fairtrade coffee, the highest income was UK in 1999 at 1.5 millions of euros and followed by Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium and Sweden at 3, 1.8, 1 and 0.8 respectively. While the orders of sale of of coffee in 5 regions remained unchanged, the profit of UK in 2004 was about 13 times than in 1999, Switzerland was double and 3 nations Denmark, Belgium and Sweden slightly changed.

In Fairtrade bananas, the sale of Switzerland increased dramatically from 15 to 47 millions of euros between 1999 and 2004. Upward trend was seen in the yield of UK, and Belgium bananas with deference at 4,5 and 3,4 millions euros respectively. And in last 2 countries, the total number of money from bananas went down in Sweden and Denmark, at about 1 millions euros.

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The figure (What is in the figure?) shows the data on the sales of Fairtrade – labelled coffee and bananas in 1994 and 2004 in five 5 European nations. (Which nations? Your first paragraph is incomplete.)

Overall, it is clear that (Those words do not describe the table. Also the words like "clear, obvious, evident, striking, notable" are opinion words. Do not write opinions or conclusions in Task 1. Just describe the data.) the number of sales in 2004 was higher than in 1999 in both coffee and bananas, exception (wrong form) in bananas of Sweden and Denmark. (wrong) Additionally, the UK and Switzerland were the highest market value (Those are counties, not market values. The table does not show market values.) in both types of agricultural (Coffee is not a type of product) products in 1999 and 2004.

In Fairtrade coffee, the highest income (wrong word. The UK is not an income. Besedes, the table does not have incomes.) ) was UK in 1999 at 1.5 millions of euros (wrong expression) and followed by Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium and Sweden at 3, 1.8, 1 and 0.8 respectively. While the orders (wrong word. The table doe not show orders. )of sale of of coffee in 5 regions (wrong word) remained unchanged, the profit (wrong word. The table does not show any profits. ) of UK in 2004 was about 13 times than in 1999, Switzerland was double and 3 nations Denmark, Belgium and Sweden slightly changed. (Sales in Belgium increased 70%. That is not "slight")

In Fairtrade bananas, the sale of Switzerland (Did they sell the country Switzerland? Who bought Switzerland?) increased dramatically from 15 to 47 millions of euros (wrong form) between 1999 and 2004. Upward trend was seen in the yield (wrong word) of the UK, and Belgium bananas (wrong Bananas do not grow in Belgium. The climate is too cold.) with deference (wrong word) at 4,5 and 3,4 millions euros respectively. And in the last 2 countries, the total number of money (wrong form) from bananas went down in Sweden and Denmark, at about 1 millions euros.

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