analytical writing skills: Question 1: Below is a graph given showing birth and death rates in a country from 1901 to 2101. Write an analytical paragraph (100-150 words).
- This is a graph given above shows the birth rate and death rate of a country. Birth rate refers to the number of live births per 1000 of the population per year. Death rate refers to the number of deaths per 1000 of the population per year.
From the beginning, the birth rate has been higher than the death rate until 2041. The birth rate began with 20,000 and peaked in 1961 at about 66,000. Whereas the death rate started from about 9,000 and peaks at about 69,000 in 2081.
As shown by the trends the death rates have taken over the birth rates since 2041. Therefore the death rate takes over the birth rate in the later 21st century.
Question 2: The chart shows the division of household tasks by gender in Great Britain. Write an analytical paragraph describing the chart given in not more than 200 words.
- The chart depicts the household tasks differentiated by gender in Britain. This chart covers topics such as cleaning, gardening, cooking, etc.
In most of the jobs females have been exceeding than men. The female population peaked in “cooking, baking and washing up” at 74 persons and the males peaked in “gardening and pet care” at 49.5 persons per day.
Throughout there has been a large difference in the number of males and females. Where males exceed females only in “gardening and pet care”and”maintenance and odd jobs”.
Question 3: The pie chart shows the proportion of people from different households living in poverty in the UK in 2002. Write an analytical paragraph to describe the information in 100-120 words.
Question 4: The following table shows details about the internet activities for six categories for different age groups. Write an analytical paragraph for the table given in around 150-200 words.
Question 5: The graph given shows estimated sales of gold in Dubai in 2002. Write an analytical paragraph describing the line graph in around 150 words.