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The picture represents the proportions of people's tea and coffee buying and drinking habits in five Australia cities.

Overall, residents in all five cities prefer going to a cafe than buying fresh coffee or instant coffee. Also, buying fresh coffee is the least common habits follows by buying instance coffee. Although the graph does not show the habit in the long term, four weeks still can be a reasonable time for accurate demographic.

In detail, Melbourne leads the trend that people come to the cafe most, about 63%, and Hobart comes slightly lower, about 62%. Adelaide have the percent of people go to the cafe the least, approximately 49%. The city with the highest proportions of buying instant coffee is Hobart 54%. Then the sequence is Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney though there are not decent differences in those cities. Finally, the fresh coffee is bought the most in Sydney and Melbourne the most, above 40% of residents. Other cities just have proportions of about 35% to 38% of residents who bought fresh coffee beans.

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Rewrite the first sentence. It makes no sense at all. There is no such thing as a proportion of a habit. Someone either has the habit or they do not. You cannot have half of a habit.

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The picture (That is not the mathematical name. Write the name of this figure. ) represents (Not a good word choice) the proportions of people's tea and coffee buying and drinking habits (That is not correct.) in five Australia (You need the adjective form.) cities. (What are the names of these cities?)

Overall, residents in all five cities prefer (Not a good word choice.) going to a cafe than buying fresh coffee or instant coffee. Also, buying fresh coffee is the least common habits (wrong form) follows (wrong form) by buying instance coffee. Although the graph (That is not the correct word. ) does not show the habit in the long term, four weeks still can be a reasonable time (That is your opinion. Do not write opinions of conclusions in Task 1. In Task 1, you describe a figure, table or diagram for a university professor.) for accurate demographic.


In detail, a higher percentage of people in Melbourne went to drink coffee or tea in a cafe in the past four weeks leads the trend that people come to the cafe most, about 63%, and Hobart comes slightly lower, about 62%. Adelaide have the lowest percentage of people who go to a the cafe the least, approximately 49%. The city with the highest proportions of people buying instant coffee is Hobart ( 54%) . Then the order, from highest to lowest, sequence is Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney though there are not decent (wrong word.) differences in those cities. Finally, the fresh coffee is bought the most in Sydney and Melbourne by the most, above 40% of residents. Other cities just have proportions of about 35% to 38% of residents who bought fresh coffee beans. (The chart legend does not say "beans.")

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If you don't mind, can you give me a sample essay, please?

Sample essay.

Take a few minutes to plan the essay.

Read the instructions very carefully. What exactly is the information presented?

Decide the essay structure.
Pick out your main observations from the data.
Pick our some interesting details in the data.

Task 1 Essay structure. This fits the common three-paragraph structure. Very few Task 1 essays are suited for four paragraphs.

Paragraph 1: Description of the bar chart. Do not mention any data values.
Paragraph 2: Main features. Write 2 or 3 of the most significant observations. Do not focus on details, but general trends.
Paragraph 3: Write some interesting (select) details. In particular, make comparisons. Do not simply copy or list the data values.


In this Task, the bar chart was too complicated to describe in a single sentence.
I wrote two sentences to make this figure very clear to the reader. If the reader cannot see the bar chart, they can picture it in their imagination.

This essay is too long (270 words; the minimum is 150), but it will give you a range of ideas.


A survey was conducted in five cities in Australia (Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, Melbourne, and Sydney) asking residents if they had purchased tea or coffee in the past four weeks. The bar chart plots the proportion of residents in each of the cities who responded positively on each of the three questions: 1) Did you buy fresh coffee? 2) Did you buy instant coffee? and 3) Did you go to a cafe to drink tea or coffee?

The highest percentages in each city were the people who had gone to a cafe. Except for Adelaide, the majority of residents in each city answered that they had done this. In second place were the instant coffee buyers, the city of Adelaide being the exception with slightly less than half.

The cities of Sydney, Hobart and Melbourne had the highest proportions on the chart; more than six of every ten people there had recently enjoyed a cup of tea or coffee in a cafe. On the other extreme, the cities of Brisbane and Adelaide had the lowest percentages. These were the ones who had purchased fresh coffee, a bit over one-third (34%). Generally, people in these five cities bought instant coffee more than fresh coffee, and the gap could be fairly wide. As an example, in Brisbane, the gap was nearly 20%, 52% to 34%. In Adelaide, about half the residents both bought instant coffee (exactly 50%) and frequented a cafe, (49%). That was the smallest difference between three categories in all the cities. And in three of the cities, a half or more had purchased instant coffee; these were Hobart (54%), Brisbane (53%) and Adelaide (50%).

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