The table above shows the percentage of mobile phone owners using various mobile phone features.

The given table compares the proportion of cell phone owners that used different features on their phones from 2006 to 2010.
Overall, making phone calls was the most common feature, while searching the Internet and recording video became more popular once they became available in 2008.
In 2006 and 2008, all mobile phone users utilized their phones to call others then this figure modestly dropped 1 percent in 2010. The next most popular feature was texting, which experienced a slight increase during the period, from 73 to 79 percent. A similar pattern could be seen in the percentage of people taking photographs by phones, with a 10-percent rise from 2006 to 2010.
The most notable developments were that the proportion of mobile phone game and music players more than doubled. In 2006, only 17 percent of people surveyed used phones to play games, then surged to more than two-fifths in 2010. Similarly, playing music went from 12 percent to approximately a quarter over the four-year period.
Finally, searching the Internet went from being unavailable to the third popular feature in 2010, with 7 percent. Similarly, recording video - a non-exist feature in 2006, was widely used by more than one-third of phone owners surveyed.


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The given table compares the proportion of cell phone owners that used different particular features on their phones [ 1] from in the years 2006, 2008, and to 2010.

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Overall, making phone calls was the most commonly used feature, while searching the Internet and recording videos became more popular once they became available in 2008.

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[ 1]: The original implied data for that you have data for all those years.

[ 2]: Use a single blank line to separate your paragraphs.

The rest of your text is too long. You do not have enough time in the exam to write that many words. Try to keep your text to a maximum of 180 words (fewer would be better). Revise and post below.

The given (Do not use given, provided, above or below in your answer. ) table compares the proportion of cell phone owners that used different features on their phones (give the individual years for which you have data) from 2006 to 2010. (Give the reader a sample of the categories.) The table lists seven different features, from phone call and text messages to recording video and playing games.

Overall, making phone calls was the most commonly used feature, while searching the Internet and recording video were absent in 2006 and present in 2008 and 2010. became more popular once they became available in 2008. (You do not have that the date that these services became available.)


In 2006 and 2008, all mobile phone users utilized their phones to call others then this percentage figure modestly dropped 1 percent in 2010. The next most popular feature was texting, which showed experienced (Do not use "see, experience or witness" for things that cannot do these things.) a slight increase during the period, ("During" is for line graphs with continuous data. Do not use words that describe continuous data with tabular data.) from 73 to 79 percent. A similar pattern could be seen in the percentage of people taking photographs by phones, with a 10 percentage point rise from 2006 to 2010. (A ten percent rise would be from 66 to 72 percent. Ten percent of 66 is 6.6, which is rounded up to 7.)

(Task 1 should have three paragraphs. 1) Description of the figure. 2) Overall, most important observations and 3) Interesting comparisons and details.

You are not expected to detail every row in the table, only to give the most significant information. Especially valuable is to give some interesting comparisons rather than just recording in words every data value. )


The most notable developments were that the proportion of those who played both music and games of mobile phone game and music players more than doubled. In 2006, only 17 percent of people surveyed (There is no indication of a survey, so do not use the word.) used phones to play games, then surged (wrong word) to more than two-fifths in 2010. Similarly, playing music went from 12 percent to approximately a quarter over the four-year period. (There is no continuous data.)
Finally, searching the Internet went from being unavailable to the third most used popular feature in 2010, with 7 percent. Similarly, recording video - a non-exist (That is not a proper word) feature that was not used in 2006, was widely used by more than one-third in 2010. of phone owners surveyed.

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The table compares the proportion of cell phone owners that used particular features on their phones in the years 2006, 2008, and 2010. The table lists seven different features, from phone calls and text messages to recording video and playing games.

Overall, making phone calls was the most commonly used feature, while searching the Internet and recording video were absent in 2006 and present in 2008 and 2010.

In 2006 and 2008, all mobile phone users utilized their phones to call others then this percentage figure modestly dropped 1 percent in 2010. The next most popular feature was texting, which showed a slight increase from 73 to 79 percent. The most notable developments were that the proportion of those who played both music and games in 2010 was more than double, compared to ones in 2006. Finally, searching the Internet went from being unavailable to the third most used popular feature in 2010, with 7 percent. Similarly, recording video – a feature that was not used in 2006, was widely used by more than one-third in 2010.

The table compares the proportion of cell phone owners that used particular features on their phones in the years 2006, 2008, and 2010. The table lists seven different features, from phone calls and text messages to recording video and playing games.

Overall, making phone calls was the most commonly used feature, while searching the Internet and recording video were absent in 2006 and present in 2008 and 2010.

In 2006 and 2008, all mobile phone users utilized their phones to call others but then this percentage figure modestly dropped 1 percent in 2010. The next most popular feature was texting, which showed a slight increase from 73 to 79 percent. The most notable developments were that the proportions of those who played both music and games in 2010 was more than double, (no comma) compared to the ones in 2006. Finally, searching the Internet went from being unavailable to the third most used popular feature in 2010, with 7 percent. Similarly, recording video – a feature that was not used in 2006, was widely used by more than one-third in 2010.