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The chart gives the amount of tea and coffee consumed by people of seven countries in 2015. The data is in the form of kilograms per person. The countries included Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Overall, there were more people who drank tea than that of coffee in Russia and Turkey. Contrastingly, coffee was consumed more than tea in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US. It is clear that the amount of tea and coffee consumption were equal in the UK.

As can be seen, people in Russia and Turkey consumed more tea than coffee. Over the year, a Turkish drank 5kg of tea which was 2.5 times more than that of coffee (2kg). Similarly, about 2.5kg of tea and 1.5kg of coffee were consumed by a Russian.

In contrast, coffee was the more popular beverage in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US. At the very least, the amount of coffee consumption was tripled the tea consumption in these nations. Noticeably, a Canadian used about 0.8kg of tea, while he/she drank up to 6.1kg of coffee. We can also see that a British person consumed the same amount of coffee and tea in a year (3kg of each drink).

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The (what type of chart?) chart gives the amount of tea and coffee consumed by people of seven countries in 2015. The units of measure are data is in the form of kilograms per person. The countries included Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Overall, there were more people (The chart does not count people.) who drank tea than that of coffee in Russia and Turkey. (People in Russia and Turkey drank more tea than coffee.) Contrastingly, In contrast, coffee was consumed more than tea in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US. It is clear that (Words like clear, obvious, apparent, and notable are opinion words. Do not write opinions in Task 1.) The amount of tea and coffee consumption per person were equal in the UK.

As can be seen, (That does not describe the information.) people in Russia and Turkey consumed more tea than coffee. (You already said this; avoid repetition.) Over the year, a typical / average Turkish (wrong form - Turk) drank 5kg (spacing error) of tea which was 2.5 times more than that of coffee (2kg). Similarly, about 2.5kg of tea and 1.5kg of coffee were consumed by a Russian.

In contrast, coffee was the more popular beverage in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US. At the very least, the amount of coffee consumption was tripled the tea consumption in these nations. Noticeably, a Canadian used (wrong word) about 0.8kg of tea, while he/she drank up to about 6.1kg of coffee. We can also see that a British person consumed the same amount of coffee and tea in a year (3kg of each drink).

Avoid repetition by giving other kinds of observations:

Australians and Russians drank much less of these beverages (a total of 4 kg/person) than people in Canada and Turkey (about 7 kg/person). People in the remaining countries drank amounts in between these extremes.

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The diagram illustrates kilograms of tea and coffee per person consumed in 7 countries Australia,Canada,New Zealand,Russia,Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States in 2015.

Overall,many countries got more tea consumption than coffee and the United States had a smallest proportion for tea,accounting for under 1 kilogram.