Topic:

The two maps below show road access to a city hospital in 2007 and in 2010. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

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The two map compare changes in the layout of city hospital underwent a 4- year period from 2007.

In general, the most notable changes are the construction of a new bus station to the southwest and two roundabouts of the central southern area.

In 2007, to the north, the city hospital was enveloped by ring road, which remained unchanged after four years. By 2010, the bus stops along the Hospital Road were removed completely, restoring the west-side area into a novel bus station, which was accessed via two new roundabouts. The first roundabout is at the intersection of City Road and Hospital Road, while the second is at the other end of Hospital Road, at the junction with the hospital ring road.

The eastern side of Hospital Road experienced substantial transformation of the car park. In 2007, staff and customers used the same parking lot led to the ring road. However, this area was assigned exclusively for hospital employees while a new public car park were built adjacently to the right of hospital.

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The two map (wrong form) compare changes in the layout of city hospital underwent a 4- year period (your sentence is ungrammatical. There is an odd verb - underwent - which has no subject. Also, do not put a space after the hyphen.) from 2007.

In general, the most notable changes are the construction of a new bus station to the southwest and two roundabouts of the central southern area. (That does not make sense.)

In 2007, to the north, the city hospital was enveloped (wrong word) by ring road, which remained unchanged after four years. By 2010, the bus stops along the Hospital Road were removed completely, restoring the west-side area into a novel (wrong word) bus station, which was accessed via two new roundabouts. The first roundabout is at the intersection of City Road and Hospital Road, while the second is at the other end of Hospital Road, at the junction with the hospital ring road. (Make sure you copy the names correctly.)

The eastern side of Hospital Road experienced (wrong word) substantial transformation (Not a good expression) of the car park. In 2007, staff and customers used the same parking lot led to the ring road. (Your sentence is ungrammatical. There is an odd verb - led - which has no subject). However, this area was assigned exclusively for hospital employees while a new public car park were (wrong form) built adjacently (wrong form)to the right (wrong word)of the hospital.


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The two maps compare changes in the layout of city hospital during the period from 2007 to 2010.

In general, the most notable changes are the construction of a new bus station to the southwest and two roundabouts.

In 2007, to the north, the city hospital was surrounded by ring road, which remained unchanged. By 2010, the bus stops along the Hospital Road were removed completely, restoring the west-side area into a new bus station, which was accessed via two new roundabouts. The first roundabout is at the intersection of City Road and Hospital Road, while the second is at the other end of Hospital Road, at the junction with hospital ring road.

The eastern side of Hospital Road had a notable addition of the car park. In 2007, staff and customers used the same parking lot connecting with the ring road. However, this area was assigned exclusively for hospital employees while a new public car park was built on the east side of ring road.

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The two maps compare changes in the layout of the roads in the area of city hospital during the period from between 2007 and 2010.

In general, the most notable changes are the construction of a new bus station to the southwest and two roundabouts on Hospital Road. .

In 2007, to the north, the city hospital was encircled surrounded by Ring Road, which remained unchanged except for the roundabout replacing the intersection with Hospital Road on the south side of City Hospital. By 2010, the bus stops along the Hospital Road were had been removed completely; people could use the new bus station instead. restoring the west-side area It was built on the west side of Hospital Road and into a new bus station, which was accessed via the two new roundabouts. The first roundabout is at the intersection of City Road and Hospital Road, while the second is at the other end of Hospital Road, at the junction with Hospital Ring Road.

The eastern side of Hospital Road had a notable addition of the a large public car park. In 2007, staff and customers used the same parking lot connecting with the Ring Road. However, this area was reassigned exclusively for hospital employees. while a new public car park was built on the east side of ring road.

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Sample essay ~180 words.

Outline:

Paragraph 1: Describe the infographic (consisting of two maps)

Paragraph 2: Point out two or three main features. This answers the essay prompt: "select and report the main features"

Paragraph 3: Write about some details, focusing on comparisons. This answers the essay prompt: "make comparisons where relevant."

High-end vocabulary:

- transportation infrastructure. This refers to any construction related to roads, bridges, public transportation, parking, or airports.

- encircle This verb means to go around an object, like a circle.


The two maps illustrate the changes made in the transportation infrastructure around City Hospital between 2007 and 2010.

Overall, major additions were made in the access roads, bus transportation and parking. The main roads on the 2007 map are Ring Road, which encircles the hospital, and City Road, which runs in an east-west direction south of the building. Hospital Road runs north-south, providing a connection from City Road to Ring Road. The largest difference in the roads between these two years are the two roundabouts which replaced the intersections at both ends of Hospital Road.

In detail, access by bus was improved. Instead of using the six bus stops along both sides of Hospital Road, people can use the new large bus station on the west side of this road. Ramps connect the bus station to the roundabouts. In terms of car access, the single parking facility located on the east side of Hospital Road was changed to be restricted to staff only. There is a new public car park on the east side of the hospital along Ring Road.

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