The table compares the number of five kinds of vehicles which were registered in Australia in three different years.

Overall, there was a gradual increase in the number of five differences types of vehicles registered in all three years (2010, 2012 and 2014). It is also noticeable that, while the change of motorcycles registered accounted for the highest percentage, the figure for passenger vehices registered was highest during the period shown.

In 2010, while about 11.8 million passenger vehicles were registered, the figure for passenger vehicles was considerably lower, at only 2.3 million in the same year. Over the following four years, there was a slight rise in the number of the passenger vehicles registered by 10.2 % around 12 million, whereas the figure with regard to commercial ones rose only 0.4 million by 17.4%.

Turning to the remaining types of others, we can see that the highest proportion was seen in motorcycles by 30.8% from 5.4 million to 7.9 million in 2014. During the same period, the numbers for heavy trucks and light trucks also climbed by 8.3% and 23.5% respectively.

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The table compares the numbers of five kinds of vehicles (passenger and commercial vehicles, motorcycles, and light and heavy trucks) which were registered in Australia in three different years (2010, 2012, and 2014).

Overall, there was growth a gradual increase in the number of all five differences types of vehicles registered in all three years (2010, 2012 and 2014). It is also noticeable that, while the change of in registered motorcycles registered accounted for the highest percentage increase. Also, in all three years, there were far more passenger vehicles than all the other types combined., the figure for passenger vehices registered was highest during the period shown.

In 2010, while about 11.8 million passenger vehicles were registered, the figure for passenger [ 1] commercial vehicles was considerably lower, at only 2.3 million. in the same year. Over the following four years, there was a slight modest rise of 10.2% rise in the number of the passenger vehicles, registered by 10.2 % around 12 million, whereas the figure with regard to commercial ones [ 2] increased rose [ 3] only 0.4 million by 17.4%.

[ 4] Turning to the remaining types of others, we can see that the highest proportion was seen in The highest percentage increase (30.8%) was in motorcycles, by 30.8% from 5.4 million initially to 7.9 million in 2014. During the same period, Furthermore, the numbers for heavy trucks and light trucks also climbed by 8.3% and 23.5% respectively.

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The table compares the numbers (There is more than one number in this table. You are going to compare them.) of five kinds of vehicles which were registered in Australia in three different years. (Incomplete. What were these vehicles? What are the years?)

Overall, there was a gradual increase in the number of five differences (wrong word) types of vehicles registered in all three years (2010, 2012 and 2014). It is also noticeable that, while the change of motorcycles (You have not told the reader what the types of vehicles are.) registered accounted for (wrong word) had the highest percentage, the figure (wrong word) for passenger vehices registered was highest during the period shown. ((You have not told the reader what this period is.)

In 2010, while about 11.8 million passenger vehicles were registered, the figure (wrong word) for passenger vehicles (How can the number of passenger vehicles be both 11.8 and 2.3 million in the same year?) was considerably lower, at only 2.3 million in the same year. Over the following four years, there was a slight rise in the number of the passenger vehicles registered by 10.2 % to around 12 million, whereas the figure (wrong word) with regard to the number of commercial ones rose only 0.4 million, an increase of by 17.4%.

Turning to the remaining types of others, we can see that (Unnecessary verbiage) the highest proportion (wrong word) percentage increase was for was seen in motorcycles, by 30.8% from 5.4 million to 7.9 million in 2014. During the same period, the numbers for heavy trucks and light trucks also climbed by 8.3% and 23.5% respectively.


Example essay:


The table gives the numbers of registered vehicles in Australia at three different points of time, 2010, 2012 and 2014. Numbers are shown for each of five categories: passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, heavy trucks and light trucks.

Overall, the greatest number of registrations were for passenger vehicles, more than five times as many as the second place category, commercial vehicles, and ten times that of the smallest category, light trucks. The rank order of the categories did not change from year to year. All categories increased, with percentage changes ranging from 8 to 31 percent. Considering all these categories, Australia had over 15 and 17 million registered vehicles in 2010 and 2014, respectively.

In 2010, there were 11.8 million passenger cars and that increased to 13 million, or 10.2%. It was the second smallest increase of all types. Only heavy trucks had a smaller gain, 8.3%, from 384 to 416 thousand. There were over a half million motorcycles registered in 2010, and their numbers went up by nearly 31%, ending at 709 thousand.


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