Task 1 - Mixed - #01

 The charts show the info about the use of Internet in five countries in Europe in 2000. 
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The figure, consisting of a bar graph and a pie chart, provides related statistics on the Internet usage pattern in five European countries in 2000. Specifically, the former plots the percentages of users among the population while the latter shows individual expenditure on online shopping, measured in euros.

Overall, albeit Sweden ranked first in the proportions of Internet users, the British outspent people from other countries on online shopping. It is also apparent that Spain bottomed both of the lists.

Concerning the bar graph, heading the list was Sweden, with 35% of the population getting access to the Internet. Following this country, in the UK, Germany, France, and Spain, the percentages of Internet users were 20%, 15%, 10%, and 5%.

As for the remaining chart, the UK displaced Sweden (76 euros per person) to end in the first place, with 87 euros being the money each person allocated to online purchases. Shopping expenditure for an individual hovered around half in France (57%) and Germany (46%). Spain was low ranking when its nationals only spared a tenth of their earnings for making orders on the websites.

Word count: 193 words

Please give me some feedback on this essay. And if possible, could you kindly check this one for me:
Table ?

Selie DangPlease give me some feedback on this essay.

Where did you find this essay? The instructions are not good English and the pie chart is nonsense.

The data in the pie chart would be ok as a table, but there is no overall total that is being divided up between different constituents. It does not make sense to add up average spending per person.

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