The bar chart below gives information about the percentage of the population living in urban areas in different parts of the world.

The bar chart compares the growth of the number of people living in urban regions in six nations around the world between 1950 and 2050.

Overall, an upward trend was observed for the percentage of urban citizens in all six countries of the world. North America will remain as the most densely populated country during the period.

In 1950, the proportion of the population in Africa started at the lowest among 6 countries before experiencing a remarkable jump of 37% in over five decades to be expected to reach 62% in 2050. Similarly, the percentage of citizens in cities of Asia, Latin America/ Caribbean almost doubled, whereas, in Europe, it only increased by 21%. Their numbers are forecasted to continuing increasingly, with over half of urban residents in Asia, 84% in Europe, and 89% in Latin America, making the area with the second most dense population.

The number of people living in urban areas in North America and Oceanic shared roughly similar levels in 1950, with above three-fifths of the population residing in urban regions. By 2050, it is projected that the changes will be slower than before, increasing by only 11% and 5% respectively.

The bar chart compares the growth of the number of people (That is incorrect. Number of people would be something like 7,342,543 or 13,438,988. There are no numbers on this plot.) living in urban regions in six nations (wrong word. Oceania is not a nation, and neither is Caribbean) around the world between 1950 and 2050. (That is in the future, so you have to use words related to the future.)

Overall, an upward trend was observed (incorrect) for the percentage of urban citizens in all six countries of the world. North America will remain as the most densely populated (That is incorrect. Population density is not shown on this chart. ) country during the period.

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In 1950, the proportion of the population in Africa started at the lowest among 6 countries (Write small numbers in words. Countries is wrong.) before experiencing (wrong word) a remarkable (wrong word Do not use dramatic words in a math essay.) jump of 37% in over five decades (incorrect. A decade is 10 years. Five decades is 50 years. There is no 50-year interval on the chart.) to be expected (wrong verb form) to reach 62% in 2050. Similarly, the percentage of citizens in cities of Asia, Latin America/ Caribbean (Ungrammatical. missing conjunction) almost doubled, (wrong verb form) whereas, in Europe, it only increased by 21%. (Wrong value. Which two time points are you using? It is not clear.) Their numbers are forecasted to continuing increasingly,(Wrong words and forms.) with over half of urban residents in Asia, 84% in Europe, and 89% in Latin America, making the area with the second most dense population. (incorrect)

The number of people living in urban areas in North America and Oceanic shared roughly similar levels in 1950, with above three-fifths of the population residing in urban regions. By 2050, it is projected that the changes will be slower than before, increasing by only 11% (Wrong number. It will increase by about 14%. Here is the calculation: 76 + 0.14*76 = 89. By is a percentage of the original value. ) and 5% respectively.


1. There are about 230 countries in the world. They are located on continents. The continents are North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Antarctica, Africa, and some group all the Pacific Islands as Oceana.

2. Population density is the number of people divided by the area in which they live.

For example,

Vietnam has a population density of about 300/km2

That is slightly higher than the UK, 280/km2

And it is 100 times higher than Australia with 3/km2

3. There is a major difference between "increase XX%" and "increase by XX%"

For example, there are 2 sequential values: 10% and 12%. The difference is 2%. The value increased 2%.

But 2% is one-fifth (20%) of 10. So you can say the value increased by 20%.

Thank you for your feedback. Can you give me a sample essay, please?

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This sample essay is much to long, but it will give you some ideas for vocabulary and phases.

Outline:

Paragraph #1. Describe the bar chart: the major groups and the years.

Paragraph #2 Write some main features.

Paragraph #3 Write some details. Combine the areas into those with similar numbers.

The bar chart compares six large regions of the world in terms of the proportion of their population that lives in or around cities. The regions include four continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America) and two other areas (Oceania and Latin America / Caribbean.) Data is shown for two years in the past, 1950 and 2007, as well as a forecast for 2050.

Overall, the populations in 2007 are more concentrated in urban areas than in 1950, and this pattern is predicted to continue. North America had the highest percentages, and Africa the least for each time point. In 2050, it is predicted that a majority of the population in every area will be living in city environs.

In detail, in 1950, three of the areas had more than half of their inhabitants in urban areas, North America with 64%, Oceania, 62% and Europe, 51%. Latin America closely followed at 42%, but rural populations dominated in Asia and Africa where more than eight out of ten lived in rural areas. By 1950, all the regions had about three-quarters (ranging from 71 to 79%) of their population registered as city dwellers, except for the two outliers, Asia and Africa with around 40%. The predictions for the future show that Asia and Africa in 2050 will be about where North America and Oceania were a century earlier, with 62% and 66% respectively. The populations of North America and Latin America will have nine out of ten of their inhabitants as residents of cities.

thank you so much.