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Topic:

The pictures below show the process of making clothes from recycled plastic bottles. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

Essay:

The pictures illustrate how to transform recycled plastic bottles into clothes.

Looking from an overall perspective, it is readily apparent that there are 3 main stages in the process of producing clothes, involving the collection and sorting of bottles, followed by cleaning and processing, and finally the actual production of clothes.

At the beginning, collected plastic bottles are transported by the trucks to the factories. Then, as soon as the bottles are sorted, they are cut into small plastic pieces in a specialized machine. Next, these pieces are washed and left in the sun to dry for 10 hours.

Following this, pieces are put into a boiling machine, after which the melted substance is strained and made into yarn. Subsequently, the yarn is weaved into fabric that is suitable for making clothes and rolled up into separate units. The final stage is the production of clothes made from these fabrics.


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The pictures illustrate how to transform (not accurate use) recycled plastic bottles are collected, processed, and made into fabric, which then can be used to make clothes.

Looking from an overall perspective, it is readily apparent that (If you write a lot of words that basically have no content, you will lose points. These ten words can be compressed into one word without any loss of meaning.) Overall, there are (Do not use digits, unless they are data values. Use words.) 3 three main stages in this process of producing clothes, involving the collection and sorting of bottles, followed by cleaning and processing, (You missed the key point, which is creating fabric or cloth! and finally the actual production of clothes.

(OK, you said three main stages. However, in the detail paragraph, you did not show what steps there are in these three parts. You just gave one long list of the different steps in sequence.)

At the beginning, collected plastic bottles are collected and transported by the trucks to the recycling factories. Then, as soon as the bottles are sorted, they are cut into small plastic pieces in a specialized machine. Next, these pieces are washed and left in the sun to dry for 10 hours. (You do not need a new paragraph. The process still continues.)

Following this, pieces are put into a boiler until it melts, boiling machine, after which the melted substance the liquid is strained and made into yarn. The yarn is dyed into different colors. Subsequently, the yarn is woven weaved into fabric, which is packaged onto rolls. that is suitable for making clothes. and rolled up into separate units. The final stage is the production of clothes made from these fabrics.

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Sample essay (~190 words)

The process flow chart demonstrates how used plastic bottles can be recycled and made into articles of clothing.

Overall, there are three principle stages in this process: first, collecting and transporting the bottles to recycling factories, second: performing various steps in the factories to produce cloth, and third, cutting and sewing it into shirts, pants, or other kinds of clothes.

In detail, the recycling process begins with used plastic bottles being delivered to factories. In the factory, the first task is to sort the plastic, chop it up into pieces, wash it and dry it. The output is small chunks of dry, clean plastic. The next task is to melt the plastic in a boiler and strain the liquid, filtering out any impurities or lumps. Next, the liquid is spun into fibers which are dyed the desired color. This produces spools of yarn, which is then woven into cloth on a mechanized loom. The cloth is cut into long lengths, which are rolled up. The final output of these factories is rolls of fabric. The fabric can then be used just like cloth of natural fibers, such as cotton or wool, to make various articles of clothing.