The graph shows Underground Station passenger numbers in London.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant


The line graph indicates the number of passengers using London Underground Station from 6 AM to 10 PM. Overall, there are fluctuations during the day but the most crowded is in 8 AM and almost the same number of passengers is in 6 PM in the station.

Looking at the graph, in the early morning, the passengers go to London Underground station is minor, with 100 passengers. The number of passengers starts to rise to 200 at 7 AM and continues to increase significantly and reach the highest number of passengers in the morning with 400 passengers. After that, it starts to fall steadily to 300 passengers at 9 AM and dramatically drop to around 190 passengers at 10 AM.

From 10 AM to 2 PM, the number of travelers using underground station increases gradually in each hour, from 190 to 300 passengers. The station witnesses the significant fall in 3 PM and 4 PM, with around 225 and 100 passengers, respectively. It goes up again in 5 PM and reaches the highest point in the afternoon at 6 PM with around 390 passengers. In the evening, the number of passengers decreases to 125 at 8 PM and at the end of the survey period, it reaches almost 150 at 10 PM.

The line graph indicates shows / plots the number of passengers using a London Underground Station from 6 AM to 10 PM. Overall, there are fluctuations during the day but the most crowded is in 8 AM and almost the same number of passengers is in 6 PM in the station.


In paragraph 1, just describe the main elements in the figure. Do not write about the data values.


Overall, there are fluctuations variations in the numbers during the day but the station is most crowded at is in 8 AM and almost the same number of passengers is in and 6 PM in the station.

Looking at the graph, (That is not about the graph. Only write about the data in the graph. We know you are looking at this graph.) in the early morning, the number of passengers who go to the London Underground station is small, minor, with 100 passengers. The number of passengers starts to rise to 200 at 7 AM and continues to increase significantly and reach (wrong form) the highest number of passengers (a peak) in the morning with 400 passengers. After that, it starts to fall steadily to 300 passengers at 9 AM and dramatically drop (wrong form) by a third to around 190 passengers at 10 AM.

From 10 AM to 2 PM, the number of travelers using underground station it (You are still talking about the same thing, so use the pronoun.) increases gradually in each hour, from 190 to 300 passengers. The station witnesses (Do not use the anthropomorphic verbs "witness", "see" or "experience" in Task 1. They are excellent for Task 2. Stations do not have eyes, so they cannot see anything. ) In the late afternoon, there is a significant fall, in the numbers at 3 PM and 4 PM, with being around 225 and 100 passengers, respectively. It goes up again in 5 PM and reaches the highest point (a second peak) in the afternoon at 6 PM with around 390 passengers. In the evening, the number of passengers decreases to 125 at 8 PM and at the end of the survey period, (There is no survey mentioned in the instructions..) it reaches almost 150 at 10 PM.


Vocabulary:

Fluctuation / fluctuate means to go above and below a trend line, or constant value with a relatively high frequency. These fluctuations can be random or regular (cyclic). These graphs demonstrate what it means to have fluctuating data.

1. Cyclical fluctuation caused by the seasons.

2. High frequency random fluctuations due to overly-sensitive instrumentation:

3. Buying and selling has natural fluctuations in the individual transactions, but there are overall trends. Manufacturers use the trend data to predict customer demands.


Peak A peak is a high point on a graph. The values both before and after a peak are lower. This graph shows peaks (and fluctuations) in the price of gold.

chansunLondon Underground Station

London Underground is a name so, it has capital letters. The word station is not so it should have a small s.

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I just wanted to share these writing and vocabulary tips because they are specifically for the IELTS Task 1 line graph.

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Thank you very much. I am really appreciate for your help.

I will try to make less mistakes next time.

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