# The Chart Below Shows The Results Of A Survey About People’S Coffee And Tea Buying And Drinking Habits In Five Australian Cities. Summarize The Information By Selecting And Reporting The Main Features, And Make Comparisons Where Relevant.

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The chart below shows the results of a survey about people’s coffee and tea buying and drinking habits in five Australian cities.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The diagram illustrates the habit of drinking and consuming coffee and tea of people in five different metropolises in Australia.

In general, the number of people who bought fresh coffee was lowest in total. Nearly all people had a tendency of going to a cafe to drink tea or coffee. In contrast, it was an exception in Adelaide, residents here were keen on buying instant coffee.

These were three cities which had the proportion of people who went to cafes for coffee or tea above 60%, they were Sydney, Melbourne, and Hobart(61%, 63% and 63%, respectively). While, the percentage of habitants who bought fresh coffee was lowest in Brisbane and Adelaide, it were 33% and 34%, respectively.

In Adelaide, the percentage of people who went to cafes for coffee or tea was higher than other habits, it was approximately 50%. The habits of going to a cafe for coffee or tea accounts for under 40%.

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The diagram (not a good word choice. Be very precise in Task 1) illustrates (not a good word choice. Read my advice.) the habit (One habit?) of drinking and consuming coffee and tea of people in five different metropolises (What are they? Besides, Hobart is not large enough to be called a "metropolis" ) in Australia. (That is not a good description. What is plotted? What are the units of measurement? )

In general, the number of people who bought fresh coffee (when?) was lowest in total (compared to what?). Nearly all (That is over 90%. All is 100%) people had a tendency of going (There is no measure of "tendency". There are specific measured values of what really happened.) to a cafe to drink tea or coffee. In contrast, it was an exception in Adelaide, (There is a lack of coherence and cohesion. You never mentioned the names of the cities.) residents here (ungrammatical) were keen on (That is too casual for formal essays.) buying instant coffee.

These were three cities which had the proportion of people who went to cafes for coffee or tea above 60%, (ungrammatical. Comma splice error) they were Sydney, Melbourne, and Hobart (61%, 63% and 63%, respectively). While, the percentage of habitants (??) who bought fresh coffee was lowest in Brisbane and Adelaide, it were 33% and 34%, respectively.

In Adelaide, the percentage of people who went to cafes for coffee or tea was higher than other habits, it was approximately 50%. The habits (Wrong form) of going to a cafe for coffee or tea accounts for under 40%.

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This type of Task 1 is a "Survey results" task. There is a survey of people asking them some questions. The results of the survey are given in pie charts or bar graphs.

You need a special approach to this kind of task. It is quite different from other task 1 essay types.

This sample essay will give you the skills to write a "survey" or "questionnaire" essay.

Outline:

Paragraph 1: Describe the infographic (usually a bar chart or pie chart.) and all its attributes. Do not mention any of the data content. In this type of question, describe the questions on the survey. Those are the "categories."

Paragraph 2: Pick out 2 or 3 main features of the survey results.

Paragraph 3: Write about a few details. Focus on comparing and contrasting the different categories.

(Sample essay ~190 words)

A survey conducted in five Australian cities (Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, Melbourne, and Sydney) asked residents about their tea or coffee purchases in the last four weeks. The bar chart plots the percentage of those who answered yes to these questions: 1) Did you buy fresh coffee? 2) Did you buy instant coffee? and 3) Did you go to a café for tea or coffee?

The highest percentages everywhere were those who had gone to a café. Except for Adelaide, the majority of residents had done this. In second place were the instant coffee buyers, Adelaide again being the exception.

Sydney, Hobart and Melbourne had the highest values on the chart; more than six of every ten people there had recently enjoyed a cup of tea or coffee in a café. Brisbane and Adelaide had the lowest values; in particular, about one-third (34%) bought fresh coffee there. In all the cities, people preferred instant to fresh coffee, and the gap could be fairly wide. In Brisbane, it was nearly 20%, 52% to 34%. In Adelaide, more purchased instant coffee (50%) compared to enjoying a drink in a café (39%).