# The Graph Provide Informationcabout Seasonal Water Consumption In Four Towns

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The presented line graph illustrates the amount of water, which is consumed in four towns in 4 seasons.

As can be seen that town C had the largest amount of water usage among four towns whilst town D consumed the lowest amount of water.

The amount of water utilization in town C was the highest over 4 towns, made up at 70 in spring, however, in the next season the figure of town C dramatically decreased to a bottom at just above 10 . In the following season, it increased to approximately 45 in winter and remained virtually stable until spring.

On the other end of scale, town D had the lowest amount of water consumption over the whole period, which was 25 in summer and slightly decreased to nearly 10 in autumn. Moreover, the statistic of town D continued to reach the bottom at 8 in winter then increased in the next term of year. Regarding to town B and C, it fluctuated between 30 and 50.

The presented line graph illustrates the amount of water, which is consumed in four towns in 4 seasons.

As can be seen that town C had the largest amount of water usage among four towns whilst town D consumed the lowest amount of water.

The amount of water utilization in town C was the highest over 4 towns, made up at 70 in spring, however, in the next season the figure of town C dramatically decreased to a bottom at just above 10 . In the following season, it increased to approximately 45 in winter and remained virtually stable until spring.

On the other end of scale, town D had the lowest amount of water consumption over the whole period, which was 25 in summer and slightly decreased to nearly 10 in autumn. Moreover, the statistic of town D continued to reach the bottom at 8 in winter then increased in the next term of year. Regarding to town B and C, it fluctuated between 30 and 50.

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The presented line graph illustrates the amount of water, which is consumed in four towns in 4 seasons.

As can be seen that town C had the largest amount of water usage among four towns whilst town D consumed the lowest amount of water.

The amount of water utilization in town C was the highest over 4 towns, made up at 70 in spring, however, in the next season the figure of town C dramatically decreased to a bottom at just above 10 . In the following season, it increased to approximately 45 in winter and remained virtually stable until spring.

On the other end of scale, town D had the lowest amount of water consumption over the whole period, which was 25 in summer and slightly decreased to nearly 10 in autumn. Moreover, the statistic of town D continued to reach the bottom at 8 in winter then increased in the next term of year. Regarding to town B and C, it fluctuated between 30 and 50.

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The presented (Do not use "given", "provided" or "presented" It is not natural. ) line graph illustrates (wrong word. Use "illustrate" for pictures and diagrams, not plots.) shows / gives / plots / compares the amount of water, (No comma) which is consumed in four towns in 4 (Write small numbers in words, not digits, if they are not data values.) in each of the four seasons.

As can be seen that (Ungrammatical) Overall, town C had the largest amount of water usage among these four towns whilst town D consumed the lowest least amount of water. (You have a lot of repetition.)

The amount of water used utilization in town C was the highest over 4 of the four, towns, made up at 70 in spring, (wrong word, and a comma splice error. The sentence is not grammatical.) however, in the next season the figure (wrong word) of town C it dramatically decreased to a bottom at just above 10 . (Spacing error) In the following season, it increased to approximately 45 in winter and remained the same virtually stable (wrong word) until in the spring.

On the other end of scale, Town D had the lowest amount of water consumption over the whole period, which was 25 in summer and slightly (wrong word - "slight" would be from 25 to 22, not from 25 to 10 - that is more than 50%. "Slight" is 5% ) decreased to nearly 10 in autumn. Moreover, the statistic (wrong word) of town D It continued to fall, reaching its lowest level reach the bottom (wrong word) at 8 in winter then increased in the next term (wrong word) season of the year. Regarding to town (wrong form) B and C, it fluctuated (wrong word) between 30 and 50.

To get the highest score for Task 1, you have to combine categories and make more comparisons. Just copying numbers from the plot to your text will not give a good mark. You need to learn to use pronouns rather than synonyms or repetition.

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Here is a sample essay. It shows how you can combine categories together and make interesting comparisons. The outline is:

Paragraph1: describe the figure.

Paragraph 2: Write two or three main features.

Paragraph 3: Write some comparisons and details.

The line graph compares the water usage for each season of the year for four towns, labeled "A", "B", "C" and "D".

Overall, Town C had the highest usage in all the seasons, except for autumn, when it was tied for the lowest usage with Town D. Town D was consistently in fourth place.

In detail, Town C used a total of 185 units of water for the year, compared to 143, 130, and 53 for Towns B, A, and D, respectively. The highest amounts of water were used in the summer, that being the peak season for all four towns. Town C used more water in that one season than Town D did for the entire year. The usage patterns for Towns A and D were very similar, where it dropped from summer to autumn, hit the low point in winter, and then rose again in the spring. The variation in usage was highest for Town C, which had a peak of 70 and a low point of 10., and it was the least for Town B, with a narrow range between 30 and 40 over the different seasons.