The first graph compares average house prices in 1995 and 2013 in England and London. The second graph compares average house prices in 2013 in London with other areas of England.

Overall, it can be seen that the house prices increased more in London than in England from 1995 to 2013. In addition, London was the highest in average house prices in 2013.

Looking at the first map, In 1995, the figures for England was $130000 and rose to $200000 in 2013, the same data for London in 1995. However, London saw a more significant increanse to over $400000 in 2013.

Average house prices in 2013 were highest in London and South East is the second, at $400000 and $320000 respectively. In the South West, the figure was over $250000. While the figure for the north west was $150000, which was double the figure for the north east. Midlands was slighlty higher than the north east at $120000.

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The first bar graph compares average house prices in 1995 and 2013 in England and London, whereas the second graph compares average house prices in 2013 in London with prices in five other areas of England. [ 1]

Overall, it can be seen that, between 1995 and 2013, the house prices increased more in London than in England in general from 1995 to 2013. In addition, London was had the highest in average house prices in 2013.

Looking at the first chart, [ 2] map, In in 1995, the figures for an average house in England was cost [ 3] £130,000, and rose to £200,000 in 2013. , the same data for London in 1995. However, London saw a more significant increanse increase, from an initial £200,000 to over £400,000 in 2013.

Average house prices in 2013 were highest in London and the South East is the came second, at £400,000 and £320,000 respectively. In the South West, the figure was over £250,000, [ 4] while the [ 5] figure for the [ 6] North West, it was £150,000, which was double the [ 5] figure equivalent for the North East. House prices in the Midlands was were slightly higher than in the North East, at £120,000.

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[ 1]: Just note that the second chart misspells “London”. Be careful where you get your practice material from.

[ 2]: A map is an entirely different thing!

[ 3]: The figures are in pounds not dollars.

[ 4]: Note the correct punctuation. That part (starting with “while”) should not be a separate sentence.

[ 5]: It is not good to repeat the same word (“figure”) multiple times in one sentence.

[ 6]: Be consistent. If you use capitals for the regions’ names, stick with that convention throughout your essay.