The given chart illustrates the yearly GDP growth rate in three different countries namely Tunisia, Japan, Ecuador from 2007 to 2010.

Overall, it is obvious that there was a significantly rise in the annual GDP growth in Japan, while the opposite was true for that in Tunisia and Japan.

In 2007, the percentage of GDP growth in Tunisia declined steadily, was double than that in 2010. Besides, the figure for GDP growth in Ecuador has constantly changed over the period shown, that was grow in 2008 and had a downward trend in two years after.

On the other hand, there was a dramatically increase in the proportion of the annual GDP growth. This rise was remarkably considerable between 2007 and 2010. It is also noticeable that the figure for GDP growth in Japan was reach a peak in 2010, three times and twice as much as in Tunisia, Ecuador respectively.

eunwoosssiiiThe given chart illustrates the yearly GDP growth rate in three different countries namely Tunisia, Japan, Ecuador from 2007 to 2010.

The given (Do not use "given" or "provided". Write the type of chart.) chart illustrates (wrong word - use illustrate for diagrams, processes and pictures, not for plots.) the yearly GDP growth rate in three different countries namely Tunisia, Japan, Ecuador from 2007 to 2010.

Overall, it is obvious that ("Obvious" is an opinion word. Do not write opinions in Task 1) there was a significantly (wrong form. An adverb does not modify a noun.) rise in the annual GDP growth rate in Japan, while the opposite was true for that in Tunisia and Japan.

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In 2007, the percentage of (Wrong phrase. The values are not percentage of growth, but the growth) GDP growth rate in Tunisia declined steadily, (Wrong description. The bar chart does now show what happened during 2007, e.g. January, February... December) was double (ungrammatical. The verb "was" has no subject.) than that of in 2010. Besides, the figure for GDP growth rate in Ecuador has constantly changed over the period shown, that was grow (ungrammatical) in 2008 and had a downward trend in two years after.

You are not describing this chart correctly. Here are some good sentences for the detail paragraph.

  • The GDP growth rate in Tunisia went down each year, from a high of 6.2% in 2007 to only half that, 3% in 2010.
  • In contrast, it rose each year in Japan, from 2% in 2007, to 4% in 2008 and then reached 6.5% in 2010. That was the highest value in the chart for all countries and all years.
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Here are two more sentences for the "detail" paragraph.

Ecuador showed an erratic pattern, with its GDP growth rate varying between just over 1% in 2009 and nearly 5% in 2008.

The average GDP growth rates during this period were 4% for Tunisia and Japan, and 2.8% for Ecuador.