The diagrams below show the life cycle of the silkworm and the stages in the production of silk cloth.

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

Write at least 150 words.


My essay:

The first map illustrates the silkworm life cycle, which has for important stages. First, the moth that lives on mulberry trees, produces some eggs. It takes ten days for eggs to become larvae. These larvae feed on mulberry leaves for up to six weeks. After three-eight days, each larva built a cocoon beehive of silk thread around itself.Finally, after sixteen days, the grown moths come out of cocoon and, this cycle is repeated.

The second diagram explains how silk clothes is produced by cocoons as a raw material. First of all, the selected cocoon is boiled in water. Then, the thread of cocoon can be unwind and separated. each cocoon provides 300-500 meters of silk thread. this thread can be twisted and used directly for weaving, or it can be dyed and then woven in different colors.

Overall, the diagrams show that the cocoon producing by moths can be used to silky clothes through several stages.

simsim937production of silk cloth.

The last word is superfluous.

simsim937produces some eggs.

Lays eggs.

simsim937After three-eight days,

This doesn't make sense. You should explain it.

simsim937cocoon beehive

Delete the second word. It has a different meaning.

The first map (wrong word) illustrates the silkworm life cycle, which has for important stages. First, the silkworm moth, that lives on mulberry trees, lays produces some eggs. It takes ten days for the eggs to become silkworm larvae. These larvae feed on mulberry leaves for up to six weeks. After three-eight (wrong form we do not hyphenate numbers like this. Hyphenated forms are like "thirty-eight.") days, each larva built (wrong form) a cocoon beehive of silk thread around itself.Finally, after sixteen days, the grown silkworm moths come out of the cocoons and, this cycle is repeated.

The second diagram explains how silk clothes (wrong word) is produced by (wrong word) cocoons as a raw material. First of all, the selected cocoon is boiled in water. Then, the thread of cocoon can be unwind (wrong form) and separated. each cocoon yields provides 300-500 meters of silk thread. this thread can be twisted and used directly for weaving, or it can be dyed and then woven in different colors.

Overall, the diagrams show that the cocoon producing by moths can be used to silky clothes through several stages. (You do not need a conclusion paragraph.)

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The first diagram illustrates the silkworm life cycle, which has four important stages. First, the silkworm moth, that lives on mulberry trees, lays some eggs. It takes ten days for the eggs to become silkworm larvae. These larvae feed on mulberry leaves for up to six weeks. After a period of time, between three to eight days, each larva builds a cocoon of silk thread around itself. Finally, after sixteen days, the grown silkworm moths come out of the cocoons and this cycle is repeated.

The second diagram explains how silk cloth is produced using cocoons as a raw material. First of all, the selected cocoon is boiled in water. Then, the thread of that cocoon can be unwound and separated. Each cocoon yields 300-500 meters of silk thread. This thread can be twisted and used directly for weaving, or it can be dyed and then woven in different colors.

You need to keep an eye on the word count. Your essay is precariously close to the minimum.


The first diagram illustrates the silkworm life cycle, which has four important stages. First, the silkworm moth, that lives on mulberry trees, lays some eggs. It takes ten days for the eggs to become silkworm larvae. These larvae feed on mulberry leaves for up to six weeks. After a period of time, between three to eight days, each larva builds a cocoon of silk thread around itself. Finally, after sixteen days, the grown silkworm moths come out of the cocoons and this cycle is repeated.

The second diagram explains how silk cloth is produced using cocoons as a raw material. First of all, the selected cocoon is boiled in water. Then, the thread of that cocoon can be unwound and separated. Each cocoon yields 300-500 meters of silk thread. This thread can be twisted and used directly for weaving, or it can be dyed and then woven in different colors and then woven into silk cloth.