The given chart provides information about how many hybrid vehicles were sold in Japan, the US and the rest of the world, over the period of three years from 2006 to 2009. Overall, what stands out from the chart is that the total global sales increased more than double during the three-year period. Another interesting point is that sales in Japan were much lower than the US at the start but in 2009, sales in Japan increased dramatically and became the country where vehicles were sold the most.
As can be seen from the chart, in 2006, the USA was the country where the most vehicles were sold, with more than 250,000, while only more than 50,000 hybrid vehicles were sold in Japan and more than 50,000 were sold in the rest of the world. In 2007, sales in America increased significantly to 350,000 vehicles but after that there was a steady fall every year to about 280,000 in 2009. On the other hand, in Japan, there was a gradual increase in sales to 80,000 in 2008 but then they rose dramatically to about 330,000 in 2009. Sales in the rest of the world went up steadily from about 50,000 in 2006 to 120,000 in 2009.


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The given chart provides information about how many hybrid vehicles were sold in Japan, the US and the rest of the world, over the period of three years from 2006 to 2009. Overall, what stands out from the chart is that the total global sales increased more than double during the three-year period. Another interesting point is that sales in Japan were much lower than the US at the start but in 2009, sales in Japan increased dramatically and became the country where vehicles were sold the most.
As can be seen from the chart, in 2006, the USA was the country where the most vehicles were sold, with more than 250,000, while only more than 50,000 hybrid vehicles were sold in Japan and more than 50,000 were sold in the rest of the world. In 2007, sales in America increased significantly to 350,000 vehicles but after that there was a steady fall every year to about 280,000 in 2009. On the other hand, in Japan, there was a gradual increase in sales to 80,000 in 2008 but then they rose dramatically to about 330,000 in 2009. Sales in the rest of the world went up steadily from about 50,000 in 2006 to 120,000 in 2009.

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The given chart (What kind of chart?) provides information about (What kind of information? Be precise. ) how many hybrid vehicles were sold in Japan, the US and the rest of the world, over the period of three years in each year from 2006 to 2009. (There are four years shown.)


The bar chart compares the number of sales of hybrid vehicles in three geographical areas (Japan, the US and the rest of the world), in each of four years, 2006 through 2009, inclusive. It also gives the total sales in the first and last of these years.


(You should begin your second paragraph here.) Overall, what stands out from the chart is that the total global sales increased more than doubled during the three-year period. Another interesting point is that sales in Japan were much lower than the US at the start but in 2009, sales in Japan increased dramatically and it became the country where the most vehicles were sold the most.
As can be seen from the chart, (That does not describe the figure. The reader knows you are looking at the chart, so these words are extraneous.) in 2006, the USA was the country where the most vehicles were sold, with more than 250,000, while only more than 50,000 hybrid vehicles were sold in Japan and more than 60,000 were sold in the rest of the world. (Do the arithmetic.) In 2007, sales in America increased significantly by 100,000 (40%) to 350,000 vehicles but after that there was a steady fall every year to about 280,000 in 2009. On the other hand, in Japan, there was an gradual increase of about 20,000 per year in sales to 80,000 in 2008 but then they rose by more than fourfold dramatically to about 330,000 in 2009. Sales in the rest of the world went up steadily from about 60,000 in 2006 to 120,000 in 2009.