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The given graphs are about the comparative percentage of townsfolk in four different countries namely USA, Korea, China and India throughout a 6-decade period from 1970.


It is possible to speculate that two noticeable trends can be seen over the time frame with its anticipation to 2030. While the gradually upward former trend including USA and Korea cities’ population with having hardly any change, the latter trend of the other two subjects including China and India townspeople experienced the same patterns with stability in the first two decades and one-decade stagnation respectively.


In 1970, the data on the population of USA and Korea in metropolis areas stood at 70% and 40% respectively before seeing a 60-following-year period of gradual increase. The percentages of city dwellers in USA and Korea nearly coincide a common figure of 90% in 2030.


In contrast, the statistics of citizens living in China and India stood at the same figure of 20% in 1970 with two different destination in 2030. The portion of urban residents living in China rocketed threefold to 60% in 2010 after a 20-year stability followed by a sluggish rise to 67% in 2030. In compared with it, that of India showing a slow climb of 33% in 1995 after a 10-year stagnation, then a negligible rise of 38% following in 2030.

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The given graphs (Is there more than one graph?) are about the comparative percentage of townsfolk (??) in four different countries, namely USA, Korea, China and India throughout a 6-decade period from 1970.


It is possible to speculate (Speculate means to guess. When you look at a graph, you are not guessing, but you should describe the graph as presented.) that two noticeable trends can be seen over the time frame with its anticipation (wrong word) to 2030. While the gradually upward former trend (??) including USA and Korea cities’ population with having hardly any change, the latter trend of the other two subjects (wrong word) including China and India townspeople experienced the same patterns with stability in the first two decades and one-decade stagnation respectively. (I do not understand this sentence at all. )


In 1970, the data on the population of USA and Korea in metropolis areas stood at 70% and 40% respectively before seeing a 60-following-year period of gradual increase. The percentages of city dwellers in USA and Korea are predicted to nearly coincide a common figure of 90% in 2030.


In contrast, the statistics of citizens living in China and India stood at the same figure of 20% in 1970 with two different destination (wrong word) in 2030. The portion of urban residents living in China rocketed threefold to 60% in 2010 after a 20-year stability followed (You should not use present or past tense for future events. ) by a sluggish rise to 67% in 2030. In compared with it, (ungrammatical) that of India showing a slow climb of 33% in 1995 after a 10-year stagnation, then a negligible rise of 38% following in 2030. (fragment, not a complete sentence)

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