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The bar chart compares the number of hours parents spend with their offsprings on weekends and weekdays.

Overall, most of the children's time is spent with their mother while the whole family will have more time at weekends. It is also noticeable that most of the time, the child will be supervised by their mother either by herself or with her husband.

At weekdays, the number of hours the children are with their father are approximately 2 hours. On the other hand, the mother will take care of the child by herself about 4 hours a day, which is nearly twice as many as those at weekends.

At weekends, the time when the whole family are together are roughly 6 hours, which is about 3 times as many as those at weekdays. The mother will spend about 4 hours a day looking after the children, comparing to below 2 hours of the father

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The line graph below shows the oil production and consumption in China between 1982 and 2006. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant


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The bar chart (There is more than one.) compares the number of hours parents spend with their offsprings (wrong word - this is used mainly for animals, and only in very rare contexts with people.) on weekends and weekdays. (You have not fully described the chart.)

Overall, most of the children's time is spent with their mother (The reader is confused. You have not said how the time is divided. ) while the whole family will have more time at weekends. It is also noticeable that Most of the time, the child will be supervised by their mother either by herself or with her husband.

At weekdays, the number of hours the children are with their father are (wrong form, The subject is singular.) approximately 2 hours. On the other hand, The mother will take care of the child by herself about 4 hours a day, which is nearly twice as many as those at weekends.

At weekends, the time when the whole family are together are roughly 6 hours, which is about 3 times as many as those at weekdays. The mother will spend about 4 hours a day looking after the children, comparing to below 2 hours of the father


You never mentioned the different age ranges of children. That is an important aspect of the bar charts. If you would like a sample essay, you can ask.

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You wrote

precaution The bar chart compares the number of hours parents spend with their offsprings on weekends and weekdays.

I am confused.

Sorry, my mistake. Here is the right chart

Topic: The chart below gives information about the amount of time children spend with their parents. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

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Yes, can you please give me a sample essay. Thank you and have a nice day!

The two stacked bar charts, one for weekdays and one for evenings, give the number of hours per day that children spend with their moms, their dads, and both parents. The numbers are given for five age groups, ages 0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7 and 8-9.

Overall, moms and both parents together spend more time with their children on weekends than weekdays. Dads, in contrast, spend more time with them on weekdays, except for the 2-3 age group.

In detail on weekdays, parents spend an average of about 9 hours per day across all age groups. That compares with nearly ten hours on weekends. However, the time is the same for the age groups 0-1 and 8-9. How the total is divided up is markedly different, in that moms do a majority of the child care on weekdays, and both parents together share the highest proportion on weekends. The newborns (one year or less) and the oldest group (age 8-9) get very little care from the father alone on weekends, only about 15 minutes. On weekdays, they get two hours with their dads.

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