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The chart provides the information about the number of people who came to live and left in UK and gives the net migration figures during the period from 1999 to 2008.

It is immediately apparent from this chart that the trend of both immigration and emigration rates were upward. However, the number of immigation were always higher than emigration. It is also noticeable that net migration got a peak in 2004 and 2007.

In 1999, the number of people immigrating to UK were about 450,000 and were considerably higher comparing to the figures for emigration, almost 290,000. As a result, the figures for the net migration were about 160,000. From 1999 to 2004, the immigration rates increased noticaebly to approximately 600,000 and rose nearly 150,000 in comparision with 1999. However, there was a much smaller increase in emigration with about 60,000 people left UK to live in another countries. The net migration during this period fluctuated slightly and climbed sharply to almost 250,000 in 2004.

After 2004, the number of immigration witnessed a slight fluctuation and remained standing just under 600,000 in 2008. The rate of emigration remained high but declined suddenly in 2007 before peaked in 2008 wwith about 420,000 people emigrating out of UK. Thus, this led to a wild fluctuation in the net migration figures around 240,000 in 2007, but fell back to about 160,000 in 2008, just same as the figures at the begining time.

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The chart two line graphs provide s the information about the number of people who came immigrated to live and left in those who emigrated from the UK and gives the net migration figures during the period from 1999 to 2008, whereas the superimposed bar chart gives the net migration figures for that same period.

It is immediately apparent from this chart diagram that the trend of both immigration and emigration rates were upward. increased. However, the number of immigation were immigrants was [ 1] always higher than [ 2] that of emigrants. emigration. It is also noticeable that net migration got reached a peak in 2004 and 2007.

In 1999, the number of people immigrating who immigrated to the UK were was [ 1] about 450,000, and were that was [ 1] considerably higher comparing compared to the figure for emigration, almost 290,000. As a result, the figure for the net migration were was about 160,000. From 1999 to 2004, the immigration rates increased noticeably to approximately 600,000 - a and rose rise of nearly 150,000 in comparision with compared with the initial 1999 figure. However, there was a much smaller increase in emigration, with as about only 60,000 people left the UK to live in an [ 3] other countries. The net migration during most of this period fluctuated slightly and but [ 4] climbed sharply to almost 250,000 in 2004.

After 2004, the number rate of immigration witnessed a slight fluctuation and remained was standing at just under 600,000 in 2008. In contrast, the rate of emigration remained high but declined suddenly in 2007 before peaked peaking in 2008 with about 420,000 people emigrating out of the UK. Thus, [ 5] this led to a wild fluctuation in the net migration figures changed little during those years and dipped only slightly to around 240,000 in 2007, but fell back to about 160,000 in 2008, just the same as the figure at the start. begining time.

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[ 1]: We use a singular verb with the singular noun “number”.

[ 2]: “that of” here means “number of”. Without “that of” the sentence would be comparing “number” with “emigrants”. That would be incorrect. It should compare number with number.

[ 3]: “another” is used for one thing; we use “other” for two or more things.

[ 4]: when the idea changes significantly, we use “but”, not “and”.

[ 5]: That’s wrong. “Wild fluctuations” means big differences between the numbers.

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