# Sample IELTS Task 1 Line Graph: Proportion of Elderly

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The graph shows the proportion of the population aged 65 and over between 1940 and 2040 in three different countries.

The graph illustrate the comparison between three different countries USA, Sweed, and Japan in elderly. Overall, the proportion of three countries going up from 1940 to 2040.

In 1940 the percentage of ageing in USA was below 10%, while in Japan was 5%, however, Sweed came between them. In the following years the rate of elderly in both USA and Sweed increased dramatically and reached a pick by 15% and just below to nearly 13% respectively. But the rate in Japan decreased slightly over the same period.

Afterword, from the previous time which is from 2000 all mentioned countries expect ;to increase and make a new pick. The figure suggested in the following three decades significant increase in ageing in each three country. Japan will reach the highest percent and scoring a new rate which is more than 25%, and each of USA and Sweed will come behind in different rate.

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The graph illustrates the comparison between compares the proportion of elderly people in three different countries, USA, Sweden, and Japan in elderly. Overall, the proportion of elderly citizens in the three countries going up increases from 1940 to 2040.

In 1940, the percentage of ageing people in USA was below 10%, while in Japan it was 5%. However, Sweden came between them. In the following years the rate proportion of elderly in both USA and Sweden increased dramatically and reached a pick by peak of 15% and just below to nearly 13% respectively. But the rate in Japan decreased slightly over the same period.

Afterwards, from the previous time which is from 2000, all mentioned the countries expect to increase and make a new pick peak. The figure suggested In the following three decades there will be a significant increase in ageing in each of the three countries. Japan will reach the highest percent level, and scoring a new rate which is more than 25%, and each of USA and Sweden will come behind in different rate. be below this, at 23% and 25% respectively.

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Overall, you describe and compare things appropriately, but you have some problems with your language control.

It appears you are over-complicating things in places because as you can see I have often crossed things out because you have too much.

So try to keep things simpler.

I'd advise you to review some of the language of comparison needed to write line graphs and practice this.

Here you can view a lesson on describing a graph over time.

Proportion / Percentage

Be careful how you use these:

proportion of three countries = proportion of elderly citizens

percentage of ageing in USA = percentage of ageing people in USA

### Comments for Sample IELTS Task 1 Line Graph: Proportion of Elderly

 Dec 12, 2012 Help me please by: Cuong Nguyen Hi there, I've fond that your site is very useful for everybody who want to practice the IELTS. Can you do me a favor? can you pls check this writing for me, with the above line graph. I'm always feel very confuse of the writing skill..Thank you so much____________________________The line graph indicates the differences in the percentage of the elderly generation in USA, Japan and Sweden over a century, beginning at 1940. At the fist glance, it is clear that there is a basic general trend in the whole 100 years: the upward trendAs regards the first, the proportion of the elderly in the two Western countries rise gradually by varying degrees. USA witnessed a considerable growth in the percentage of the over 64 year old citizen in the first 20 years, increasing from 10% to 15%, then followed by a slight drop and a constant in the next 20 years at approximately 14% before it end up the year 2040 by a sharp surge at around 23%. Likewise, from 1940s to 1990s, the upward trend level of the elderly proportion in the Sweden was nearly the same with that in the USA, rising from about 6.5% to almost 13% then finish by a rapid surge from 17% to 25% within more than 30 years before suffering from a small fall beginning at 20% in the previous 15 years.Another important point is that the elderly proportion of Japan started as the the lowest place among the three countries, at about 5%, but after fluctuating slightly until the beginning of 21st century, the pattern is reserved. There are 3 consecutive climb with difference degree, especially in the second one, the percentage of elderly citizen of Japan skyrocket suddenly from 10% to 25% in only about 2 years, exceeding the percentage of the elderly generation in the USA and Sweden for only 1 year and reaching to 2040 by a considerable increase to about 27%

 Dec 14, 2012 Proportion of Elderly by: IELTS buddy Generally your answer is good so you don't have to worry much as you know how to tackle a line graph.You introduce it, give the main point, group similar data together (western countries that have the same pattern) and then Japan which is slightly different.Be careful with your tenses though - remember to always use the past tense if it is the past and future if needed. You do NOT use future tenses for time periods after 2012 - this is noticeable and will lose you points on your grammar.You should also use 'however' when you go on to discuss Japan as you are making a comparison.

 Dec 14, 2012 Thanks by: Anonymous Thank you so much for your promt response.. I'll note all that points. Have a nice day

 Dec 27, 2012 the line graph description by: ant First of all I would like to thank the founders of this site as I found it very helpfull in my preparations for the ielts exam. The fact that it allows everybody to interact and share ideas makes this website unique and special.Further more, I've tried to describe the line graph given above expecting some corrections and advices ...It is my first time to practice writing.. It took me about 40 minutes------------------------------------------The line graph represents how the proportion of old people changes in the USA, Sweden and Japan between 1940 and 2040. In general, it can be said that the percentage of the people ageing 65 and over witnessed a considerable rise in the three countries over the century indicated.In the first 40 years, it was recorded a gradual increase in the number of old people reaching to 15% and a little less than 15% in the USA and Sweden respectively, whereas it slightly declined from 5% to approximately 4% in Japan. After that, the proportion of old citizens in Japan and sweden marked a steady growth, though the later showed some fluctuations, while in the USA it slightly declined by 1%.It is predicted that old people will continue to make a higher proportion of the total population number till 2040 in the three countries. But Japan expect a dramatic increase, overcoming Sweden and the USA.

 May 12, 2013 line graph by: Anonymous the line graph depicts the information about people who crossed the age of 65 in three different countries from 1940 to 2040.

 Sep 17, 2013 The line graph by: Narmeen The line graph illustrates the proportion of elderly people between 1940 and 2040 in the USA,Sweden and Japan. Overall,the largest percentage of retirees will reach its peak by the year 2040 in Japan with a slightly noticed difference in the other two given countries. As we can see,the biggest number of senior citizens was indicated in the United States and Sweden during the period of time between 1940 and 1990,that is both countries were following a similar pattern,going up to 15 per cent; whilst there was a completely contradictionary plight in Japan - the number of people aged 65 and over hardly reached 5 per cent.However,as the time period goes closer to the twenty-first century,there is a whole new different situation to see: the number of retirees will boom up to a quarter in the USA and more than a fifth in Sweden by the year 2040,whereas there'll be a sharp sudden encrease in Japan: the population of elderly people will start considerably rising up to less than a third,beginning from the year 2020. Therefore,Japan will make a sharp upward trend by zooming up to 30 per cent from less than one in twenty in comparison with the other two countries,where the amount of given people has been encreasing during all periods of time. So,one can say that Japan is a young country now and it will stay that way until 2040 when it will gradually get ''old''.~~~~~~~~~~Can you please comment on this essay? I really need to know if it's good enough foir Ielts exams and how much it will score. Thanks.

 Oct 14, 2013 question by: Baha Nosirov As I know the 1 writing task should be about 150 words, and if there will be more words they can decrease the mark. But the sample essay has more than 200 words. Is this normal?? Won't they cut the mark??

 Oct 20, 2013 Number of words by: IELTS buddy No, you get deductions for not writing enough words, not for writing too many.

 Oct 25, 2013 Hi , I've found your site is awsome for ielts students because it contains lots of helpfull answers but am worrying about line graphs if you can please check this for me Thank you so much by: kavindu The graph represents the percentage of the population from 1940 to 2040 in three different countries. To begin with, all the percentage in 1940 was below 10%, approximately USA-8%,Sweden-7.5% and Japan 5%. Japanese proportion of population aged 65 and over achieved highest proportion in 2040 while the least was in USA approximately just below 25%. In 2040 Sweden achieved quarter of the population. Secondly, the grow illustrates marked up increase between 2020 to 2040 in Japan. In 2000 USA and Sweden percentages was same, which was 14%. There was no variation in Japanese population between 1960-1985. Overall Japanese proportion of population was tend to increase than other countries and USA population was tend to decrease than others. However, Sweden always came between USA and Japan.

 Oct 30, 2013 please help me to check this! by: April Ta The chart shows the information about the population of the elderly in three countries between 1940 and 2040. The vertical line represents the percentage of the population, and the horizontal line is the period over one century. The diagram describes the increase dramatically of the senior citizens.According to the line graph, both USA’s and Sweden’s proportion of elderly rose sharply (10% and 8%, respectively), while the Japan’s silver population decreased. After 1960, the USA’s and Sweden’s population surged rapidly (about 15%). The USA’s elderly is predicted to remain the same until 2020, and then reach a pick of about 23% (2040). Similarities, Sweden’s elderly is foreseeing to rise in future. The Japan’s population has stable till 2000s. However, especially from 2020, it will begin to increase dramatically.Overall, it is possible that all three nations’ population will rise gradually in future, and Japan’s silver population will be the highest.

 Nov 07, 2013 task 1 responce by: Anonymous The graph compares the percentage of 65 eldery people in three different countries,USA,Sweden and Japan from 1940 to 2040.Generally,the proportion is on the rise in all those countries.In the western countries, USA and Sweden,the pattern was quiet similar. As it accounts to approximately 8% in USA In 1940,the trend was generally stable around 15% from 1980 to 2020 before finishing at almost 20% by 2040.The percentage doubled in Sweden over half a century from just 7% to 15% in 2000.However,the ratio of is expected to stand at 25% slightly more than USA.One the other hand,there was a significant difference in Japan.Although the percentage was only 5%,it declined far below this over the first 20 years before plateauing over 1980s.There is a sharp increase in Japan as figures is expected to rise from 10% to more than 25% in only the last 20 years.In conclusion, the graph reveals that, the eldery people would occupy a significant ratio in either the eastern and the western countries

 Nov 10, 2013 Treat Japan between 1960 and 1085 by: Anonymous In case of Japan, Between 1960 and 1085, the rate is nearly flat

 Nov 11, 2013 Part of a sample by: RZQ The three line graphs compare the percentage of population aged 65 and over in USA, Japan and Sweden from 1940 to 2040:. In brief, it is clear that the three line graphs showed an increase over the century. (38 words) In detail, the proportion of people aging 65 and over in the USA was a little below 10% in 1940 in Japan, it was 5% and Sweden was in the middle. Between 1940 and 1960, the same percentage rose slightly in USA and Sweden to 10% and 8%, respectively, while in Japan, there was a slight decline in the same percentage to approximately 3.5% before it remained stable until the late 1980s.

 Nov 25, 2013 english by: Anonymous hi there i read most of your essay and compared them with mine and they were amazing

 Dec 01, 2013 control by: Anonymous The line graph illustrates information on the proportion of the population aged 65 and over in percentages between 1940 and 2040 in three countries.First of all, proportion of population aged 65 and over is the highest in usa in 1940. It is about 9 percent. it slightly increased from almost 9 percent in 1940 to exactly 10 percent in 1960.After 1960, proportion of population aged 65 and over is significant went up until 1980s. It increased from 10 percent in 1960 to 15 percent in 1980s. But, it decreased in 2000. Then, remained steady from in 2000 to in 2013. After, it is expected to remained steady until 2020. However, proportion of population aged 65 and over is expected to increases until 2040. it is about 23 percent in 2040.On the other hand, proportion of population aged 65 and over is slightly increased until 1980 in Sweden. It from about 7 percent in 1940 to abroad 14 percent in 1960. It declined from about 14 percent in 1960 to approximately 13 percent almost 1995. After this years, it increased until 2013. Nevertheless, it is expected to decrease about 18 percent in 2020. Then, it is expected to significant increases exactly 25 percent in 2040.Finally, proportion of population aged 65 and over in Japan has the lowest amoung the three countries between 1940 and 2013 and expected to until about 2030. But it is expected to the highest rate in Japan with about 27 percent in 2040. Morever, in USA and Sweden have a fluctuating trend between 1940 and 2040. But, in Japan has a remaining trend from 1960 to 1980. In the other years it has a fluctuating trend.

 Jan 02, 2014 hi,please help me!!! by: gunjan Hi,My name is gunjan.Can you please tell me that in any graph we have to make 3 comparisons, and what about the rest of graph.we have to discuss it or not?

 Jan 05, 2014 IELTS Task 1 Line Graph: Proportion of Elderly by: IELTS buddy Hi,I'm not really sure what you mean by your question.There is no fixed number of comparisons. You need to make sure you discuss all the key features / important points.If there are 3 then discuss those 3. If there are 5, discuss the 5. It depends on each graph. Thanks

 Jan 24, 2014 Can you do me a favor? can you pls check this writing for me, with the above line graph. by: Anonymous The line graph compares the increasing population aged 65 and over from 1940 to 2040 in USA, Sweden and Japan. As can be seen from the line graph despite some fluctuations population increased over the period.Between 1940 and 1960, USA shows gradual increment in population from 9 % to 10%.Following that year, the population increases steadily to 15% in 1980 almost three times greater population than Japan and remained constant till 2010 and ended up with 23% in 2040. Sweden also shows the similar trend fluctuating over the period but the trend was upward reaching 25% of the total population.Whereas, the proportion of population aged 65 in Japan decreases gradually from 1940 to 1960 and remained stable for 20 years .Then the population in Japan increases slowly to 10% in 2005 and shows steep increase and reached a top of 27% in 2040.In conclusion, population aged 65 and above increased throughout the period in all three countries.

 Feb 24, 2014 I would be very grateful if you would check my sample! Thank you in advance! by: A_n_o_n_y_m_o_u_s This line graph represents the percentage of population over 65 years old for Japan, Sweden and USA from 1940 to 2040. According to the legend, population change for Japan is described by the thin line, for Sweden a dotted line and for USA a solid line. In 1940 the elderly population of Japan made up 5% among overall Japanese citizens. On the other hand, Swedish population aged 65 and over was around 7% and USA’s almost 10%, approximately 4% more than Japan. From this time, USA’s and Swedish senior inhabitants steadily increased to around 15% in 1980, while Japanese inhabitants of the same age made up about 3% between 1960 and 1988. From 1980 till present elderly population of USA remained stable at around 14.5%, at the same time, Swedish and Japanese population continued rise gradually to 20% and nearly 6%, respectively. Interestingly, the data predicts that the percentage of senior residents of Japan will surpass the percentage of USA’s and Swedish senior population in 2030. Until 2040 population over 65 years old of all three countries will proceed to grow, which will make up practically one fourth of general population.By comparing these trends during the century, it can be said that birth rates in these countries change over the whole period of time and in the next two decades it will have a marked decrease.

 Mar 29, 2014 please check my writing anyone? by: dad The line graph illustrates the percentage of elderly population aged 65 and above in three different countries between 1940 and 2040, a period of 10 years. Overall, the percentage of old citizens in the Japan country declined over the year period, whereas in the Sweden and USA population increased and shows similar pattern throughout the year.In 1940, the proportion of aged population in Japan was the least compare to the other two countries with an average of 5%, it then shows a period of stability between 1960’s and 1980’s. It can be seen that the proportion of aged citizen gradually increase throughout 2000 and 2020, with a sharply increase in the middle of year 2020 and 2040 with an average of 25%, until it overtook the level of aged population in Sweden and USA and finished just over 25% in 2040.In sharp contrast to this, the proportion of aged population in Sweden and USA shows similar pattern throughout the year. The aged population in Sweden increased gradually from 1940’s and 1980’s,with a percentage between 7% and just under 15%, exceeding the number of aged population in the USA before the year 2000 and finished just under 25%. Similar pattern can be seen in USA, increasing gradually from 1960 and 1980, with a plateau from before year 2000 and 2020, it finished just under the 23%.

 Apr 03, 2014 hi , can you correct my essay ! by: najla The line graph demonstrates the proportion of the population aged 65 and over between 1940 and 2040 in three different countries as in indicated on the x-axis.The y-axis indicated the percent proportion of elderly people .According to the legend proportion of population aged 65 and over is described by the solid line in the three different countries .In 1940,the percent of USA was under 10% whereas the percent of the elderly in Japan was lowest at 4%, whilst Sweden was in the middle of theme . The percent of the elderly in these the three countries will changes through 30 years. The percent of the elderly in Japan will rapid at 27%as also USA will 25% respectively whereas Sweden will be under at 23% . Clearly , the line graph expects that the percent of the elderly in these the three countries will change significantly over 25 years

 Apr 06, 2014 My Sample Writing by: Raj Can you please check my writing and let me know how much can i score in this task in Ielts exam.The given line graph compare the trends in the population pattern of aged 65 and over in three different countries within a time span of 100 years.The years are shown on X-axis while the proportion is on Y-axis.It can be seen that there is a continuous decline in the population pattern in Japan from 1940-1990 and afterwards it shows a dramatic increase from 5 percent to more than 25 percent till 2040.However, both Sweden and USA shows almost a similar pattern with ups and downs. Both the countries increased steadily at a similar rate until 1980 while there is a constant downfall in the US economy from 2000-2020. and after this it gained momentum and reached a level of 23 percent. On the other hand, Sweden with continuous troughs and peaks stands in the middle of both countries with a level of 25 percent population of 65 years and above.

 Apr 16, 2014 Writing a paragraph by: Anonymous The three broken lines show the relationship between Population of ageing people 65 and above over the years 1940 to 2040 in three different countries.In 1940, the Proportion of Poulation over 65 was about 10 % in USA. Below this proprtion, Sweeden' came the second about 8% and Japan the third about 5%. The percentage proportions for the two countries USA and Japan continued to increse until they reach a peak of 15 % in 2000.Afterwards, USA continued its dramatic increase up to 20% and expected to show slight decrase to 17% in year 2017. In contrast, Sweeden was expected to remian steady between 2000 and 2040.Japan was expected to reach above 25% in 2040.Please kindly feedback and correction.

 Apr 25, 2014 coukd you please give feedback by: Anonymous the line chart depicts the percentage of elderly population in three different countries, which are Japan, Sweden and USA from 1940 to 2040. Overall, the proportion of those three countries increases over the yearsIn the begiining year of the graph data, which is in 1940, elderly population in USA outnumbered the other countries with almost 10% whereas Sweden followed in second position with about 6% and Japan, the only asian country, was in the last position at 5%. For both of western countries, the same trends kept continue until around 1998, wheres USA was the highest country with old people and Sweden as the second one. However, after 1980, old population in sweden dramatically increased and took over the USA posistion as the highest country with ageing population. Sweden reached its peak in about 2010 with 20% ageing population, then went down slightly.Different trend happen in Japan. It started with the lowest ageing population, then slightly fell until 1960 and moved steadily until around 1985. During those times the changes was around 2% only. Neverthless, after 1985, the old population in Japan slightly climbed up and would be predicted to rocket out in 2020, then would be estimated to claim the highest ageing population in around 2030 compared to western countries in the graph

 Apr 29, 2014 Kindly check and approximate rating. Thanks! by: Gico The line graph depicts the percentage of elderly people aged 65 and above in USA, Sweden and Japan between 1940 and 2040. It is clear that the proportion of senior citizens is increasing in these countries.In 1940, the proportion of older individuals in USA is at about 9% and Sweden at approximately 7%. Both countries significantly increased its trend until 1980. However, USA had a slight decrease in the late 2000 and maintained its rate at a little under 15% for 20 years and had a sharp rise in 2020 with its peak at 23%. Sweden, on the other hand, though had a minimal decline in 2000 and late 2020, generally had a rising trend and had its highest proportion at 25%.Japan started at 5% in 1940 and slowly declined until 1980. The rate gradually rise from 2000 and had its steep climb in 2010 and its peak in 2040 at about 27%.One may conclude that aging population in 3 nations is growing. Moreover, these countries doubled the population share of elders in a century.

 May 03, 2014 Proportion of Elderly by: DHARMA The graph describes the percentage of the aged people in three different nations from 1940 to 2040. In 1940,the percentage of ageing people in USA was below 10%,while Japan was very less figure in starting year 5% only and Sweden was 7% respectively.In following year rate of elderly people was increased to 15 per cent in USA and Sweden in 1980.But Japan was slightly decreased and maintain constant in same period. In 2000 all three countries shown a great significant throughout the end.Japan was dramatically increased to 27 per cent in 2040.USA and Sweden was hit 20 and 25 per cent in end of the year respectively. Overall,Japan was the highest aged population in 2040 and USA and Sweden was maintain constant growth end of the period

 May 15, 2014 Would someone provide some tips or comments on my writing? by: Calvin The line graph illustrates the number of elderly about the age of 65 as a percentage over the total population of their respective counties over a period of 100 years between 1940 and 2040. At first glance, it is clear that an overall upward trend is observed across the three countries although inconsistent.To begin, the US had the largest portion of elderly at almost 10%, followed closely by Sweden at 8% and Japan at 5% in 1940. A similar pattern is noted for the US and Sweden which both experienced gradual increase of elderly up till 1980. Following this, a brief decline was observed before a small rise in Sweden’s case to meet the US figure at 14% in 1999. Thereafter, Sweden’s elderly population rose year on year up to 2014 with an anticipated drop into 2030 before finishing at 25% in 2040. Meanwhile, US’s elderly population experienced a modest drop and is expected to remain stagnant to the end of 2017 before raising upwards. It is expected by 2040, slightly more than a fifth of Americans will be above aged 65 compared to Sweden’s expected figure of a quarter.In sharp contrast, Japan’s elderly population slumped into the 1980s before a brief rebound back to its previous level of 5% in 1940. Japan’s elderly proportion vis-à-vis its population is expected to soar significantly into 2020s. It would surpass both US and Sweden’s figures by 2030, propelling it to be the country with the highest elderly at 28% in 2040.

 May 21, 2014 My writing Task 1 by: Mari Hi, can you give me some advise about my writing task 1? Thank you in advance.The following line graph illustrates the variation in percentage of people over 65 from 1940 to 2040, in three different countries: Japan, Sweden and the USA.First of all, it is notable in Japan's trend a lower percentage (about 5%) of old people until 2020 than the other two Countries, by contrast it will rocket by 2020 to reach a peak of almost 30% in 2040.Let us consider now the USA and Sweden. They have a gradual upward trend starting in 1940 with a percentage respectively of 9% and 7% to grow until 23% and 25% in 2040.However, there is one noticeable exception in the three decades between 2000 and 2030, where Sweden will held un upward trend, while the USA will stay stable .In summary, the gradual trend is upwards. The largest increase will be in Japan while the lowest rise is predicted for the USA in contrast with it happened in the past.

 Jul 08, 2014 CHECKOUT THE MISTAKES by: Garry THE ASSIGNED LINE GRAPH SHEDS LIGHT ON THE PROPORTION OF AGED PEOPLE IN THE THREE DIFFERENT COUNTRIES BETWEEN 1940 AND 2040.

 Jul 09, 2014 Best Website for IELTS by: Harvinder WOW!, This website is so helpful for the students those are planning to take IELTS. Instructions to describe graph is so clear to understand. Moreover, students written graphs are a good way to find out common mistakes and to improve them.

 Aug 03, 2014 sample: pls comment, it will be much appreciated by: pinoy The figure is all about the population of three nations coming from Japan, USA and Sweden who aged 60 years and older from 1940 to 2040, a period of a century. Overall, the percentages of the population from these all countries are expected to increase. In particular, Japan will be anticipating this phenomenon.In 1940, USA had the highest population at the outset of the period, having nearly 10%. Two decades after it increased insignificantly at exactly 10%. This trend continued to rise by 5% 40 years later. However, it dropped slightly to approximately 13% after 20years. The population of the 60 year old and above from this country will be expected to taper off until 2020 and is anticipated to inflate to less than a quarter by the end of the period.In Sweden, it had about 7% of senescence population in 1940. This proportion almost doubled in 1980, although a drop was noted in the 1990s. However, it is expected to experience resurgence in 2040 until reaching a quarter of total population from this age group. On the other hand, Japan who had the lowest population of the same age group at 5% in 1940 showed a downward trend up to mid-1990s. The figure then slipped back to 1940 figure in 2000. Surprisingly, it will be foreseeing to grow by more than fivefold rise in 2040 and will be the experiencing to have the highest percentage of 60 years old and older people.

 Aug 31, 2014 Please edit and comment on my essay :) by: Sweet Kaye The line graph compares the percentage of the ageing population (65 and over) in three countries: USA, Sweden and Japan over a century (1940-2040). Japan, in 1940, had the least amount of old people - only 5% compared to Sweden and USA which had about 7 % and 9% respectively. Japan, being the lowest on the charts, retained it's position not until around 2030 when something very interesting happened to the Japanese line. From just merely 10%, it skyrocketed to 25% in just 1-2 years! This was the reason why in 2040, Japan has surpassed the other two nations - with elderly individuals comprising almost 27% of it's population - certainly 2% higher than Sweden, and much higher than America by approximately 4%. Meanwhile, between 1940 and 1990, USA and Sweden were neck and neck with the proportion of elderly population and equalled in 1992-1993 at nearly 15%. It was only in about 2010, when USA plateaued at roughly 15%, that Sweden eventually took the lead over America by 5%. This means that there were 5% more people aged 65 and over in Sweden than in America in 2010.

 Sep 09, 2014 please check this answer and give me score by: Anonymous The line graph shows that three different countries USA, Sweden and Japan, population proportion aged 65 and over between one decade from the 1940. Over all proportion of three countries going up.In USA nearly 9 percent of total populations were elderly people on the other hand Japan has only 5 percent and the case of Sweden was medium range of USA and Japan. After two decade USA and Sweden were slightly increased their proportion but Japan decreased by approximately three percent. In 1980 USA and Sweden equally rise their proportion at the same time Japan was same as 1960. According to the graph in 2000 USA were no change after long time but Sweden was go up significantly however Japan starting for rise. Furthermore, in the mid time of 2000 and 2020 there is a lot of fluctuation all three countries. We can see the graph we assumed that, after 2020 proportion of elderly population will increased significantly both USA and Sweden but the case of Japan there will be dramatically.In conclusion, elderly population proportion is being highly every decade and it will be creating problem due to vacuum of young people.

 Oct 05, 2014 Report by: Hoang Nguyen Can you correct the report for me please? Thank you very much. The line graph compares the rate of elders in U.S., Japan and Sweden from 1940 to 2014. Overall, it can be seen from the graph that all three nations experienced an upward trend through the whole time frame. Over the first 6 decades, the rate of old population in USA and Sweden followed a fairly similar pattern. The figure for Sweden then increase gradually, ending the period at 25%. From 2000 to 2020, the share of ageing people leveled out at just under 15%, followed by a sharp rise to 22.5% in 2040. The proportion of the old in Japan started at 5% in 1940, which is slightly lower than that of the others. It then dipped in the next two decades before experienced a steedy rise to 10% in 2030. The last ten years of the period saw a boom in the rate of elders, leading to Japan’s first ranking in the number.

 Nov 08, 2014 please check this answer and give me score by: BANANA Given is the graph that illustrates the percentage of the population aged 65 and over till 1940 to 2040 in 3 various nations,namely Japan, Sweden as well as USA. First of all, it is evident that Japan was lowest percentage of population at the beginning of the period.In contrast, USA was highest proportion of people aged 65 & over in 1940. Secondly, all that 3 nations proportion of population were upward trend till 1940 to 2040.USA was 9%, Sweden was approximately 7% and Japan was 5% at the beginning of period but, at the end of figure, they were 23%, 25% and 28% respectively. By the way of conclusion, Japanese population at aged 65 & over were slightly increase between 1940 & 2030, but it were dramatically grow in 2040 rather than Usa and Sweden's proportion of population

 Nov 08, 2014 please check this answer and give me score by: BANANA Given is the graph that illustrates the percentage of the population aged 65 and over till 1940 to 2040 in 3 various nations,namely Japan, Sweden as well as USA. First of all, it is evident that Japan was lowest percentage of population at the beginning of the period.In contrast, USA was highest proportion of people aged 65 & over in 1940. Secondly, all that 3 nations proportion of population were upward trend till 1940 to 2040.USA was 9%, Sweden was approximately 7% and Japan was 5% at the beginning of period but, at the end of figure, they were 23%, 25% and 28% respectively. By the way of conclusion, Japanese population at aged 65 & over were slightly increase between 1940 & 2030, but it were dramatically grow in 2040 rather than Usa and Sweden's proportion of population

 Nov 20, 2014 Pls. comment on my writing skill. thank you. by: Anonymous The line graph illustrates fraction of population aged 65 and above from 1940 to 2040 in separate territories. Overall, It showed that there was a decrease in percentage of elderly population in U.S.A, whilst countries Japan and Sweden had similar increase. In 1940's Japan had 5 out of its 30 whom where aged 65 years and over. This was slightly lower than the fraction of Sweden and U.S.A. As we can see on the graph, the country had a decline having 3 out of 30 in 1960 and got up to slight increase in succeeding years. It had 60 years of having the least number of elderly aged from 1940 to 2000. In 2007, its population slowly climbed and in 2030 started spurting its growth to 27 out 30 which indicated to be highest in percentage in end of 2040. Moreover, the countries of U.S.A and Sweden were slightly higher apart from Japan in 1940's. Later, both were slowly inclining its numbers by 5 percent from 1960 to 1980. Moving over years, Sweden left an increase more than 5 percent than U.S.A until 2018, making 20 out of 30. In 2027, Sweden came down 2 percent and U.S.A slowly increased making it 25 percent and Sweden 23 percent and by end of 2040. By the end of the year, Japan had the highest fluctuate on population increase. The others had similar increase but was left behind by Japan in a dramatic growth.

 Dec 08, 2014 Elderly Growth in USA, Sweden and Japan. by: beginner the graph above gives the percentage growth of elderly in three different countries- USA, Sweden and Japan, from 1940 to 2040. While looking at the graph, a rising/increasing trend can be observed in all the three countries with some fluctuation in the the specified timeline.In 1940, USA holds the maximum percentage of ageing people with approximately 10%, followed by Sweden and Japan with 7% and 3% respectively. In the following years, USA and Sweden witnessed an increasing trend in ageing proportion whereas Japan, it was steady decreasing trend in the elderly proportion. By 1980, USA had Sweden had risen percentage of elderly people, of 15% and 13% respectively. However, in japan, the proportion was reduced to 3%. Dramatically, in 1995, Sweden took the lead in elderly proportion over USA with 18% of elderly proportion.By the year of 1999, the proportion of elderly growth started to increase in japan. Surprisingly and unexpectedly, Japan had the highest percentage in the 2030 among all three countries 28%. By 2040, Japan had 28%, Sweden had 25% whereas, in USA, it was 23%.

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 Jan 05, 2015 Manish Gautam by: Anonymous This line chat discribe the Elderly proportion between countries.In ---- year the USA population growing from 10%,japan from 15% ans sweeden growing between both of them.Some time latter,the USA population reached at 15% in 2000 ans sweeden is 0432

 Jan 30, 2015 Please Review IELTS BUDDY by: Anonymous The line graph compares the percentage proportion of population aged 65 and over in USA , Sweden and Japan from year 1940 to 2040. From the line graph, an overall increase the proportion of population aged 65 and over is observed in all three countries. In 1940 , 10 % of the population of USA was aged 65+ , and a continuous rise is observed until 1980 after which the population of elderly remained constant at arround 15 %. The proportion of Sweden was almost equal to USA, but in 1990’s its elderly population became more than USA and reached 20 %. Japan on the other hand from 1940 to 2020 had the lowest of elderly population and a gradual of 5 % rise is elderly population is observed. After 2020, the elderly population proportion increased in both USA and Sweden, however in comparison a sharp dramatic rise is observed in Japan where elderly population increased from 10 % to 25 % within period of few years leaving behind both USA and Sweden.

 Feb 25, 2015 Please help me checking this one by: Anonymous The line graph displays the rate of population whose age were 65 or over in three separate countries from 1940 and predictions for the next few decades.In terms od the United States and Sweden, the percentages of this age group grew from 1940s to 1980s when they started to slide. This slight decrease in old resident of America is predicted to last until 2020 before slowly recovering and reaching the level od approximately 23%. Meanwhile, Sweden's recovery occured sooner. The 1990s witnessed the upturn of old population in Sweden. However, this rate is expected to decline in 2016, which will give rise to the growth in 2020 and end the period at 25%.Regarding to Japan, the country kept their rate of old age group just under 5% in roughly seven decades. There was a considerable increase in 2010 which is predicted to followed by a further improvement. This rate of Japan suddenly dramatically climb in 2030 until it reach a peak at over 25%.

 Mar 13, 2015 This website is unbelievably useful. by: Anonymous This line graph illustrates the proportion of the population aged 65 and over between 1949 and 2040 in three different countries: USA, Sweeden, and Japan. Overall, the proportion of the population aged 65 and over in all these coutries keeps rising from 1949 to 2014.Before around 2030, the proportion of ederly in USA and Sweeden is higher than that in Japan. After that, however, Japanese proportion of elderly suddenly climbs to point steeply where is higher than those in USA and Sweeden. In addition, the propotion in USA is on top of the proportion in Sweeden before 2000, and this situation changes after it, which sweeden's proportion of ederly keeps higher than than in USA.At the beginning of 1940, the proportion in USA is nearly close to 10%, whilst Janpanese proportion is 5%, and 7% in Sweeden. But this kind of situation is totally different when it is in 2014. The proportion in Japan increases to more than 25%， which is far more higher than the proportion in USA and Sweeden. Both of them are under 25% in 2040 although they keep rising from the very beginning.

 Mar 15, 2015 isn't that good by: Anonymous The proportion of population who aged 56 and over in three countries [ Japan,USA and Sweden ]between 1940 and 2040 are illustrated by the graph.It is clear that, the trend is upward over the coming years . It stood at 1940 ,that the percentage of aging people in the three countries were 5% for japan ,10 for USA while Sweden came between them.However, the proportion of elderly started with a slight rise in USA,until 1960 it stared with a significant increase which reach at 15%. In Sweden remained stable during the first decade, and then it followed the same increase of USA , but in smaller level and read a peak about 12%.on the contrary, in Japan the proportion of elderly , there was dramatic fall in the first decade which reached at bout 3% .it is estimated that proportion of elderly will increase over the incoming decades just over 23% in the three countries.Therefore the percentage of elderly in Japan will get sudden sharp increase making a peak of over 25% which is the highest percentage comparing with USA and Sweden . moreover , in USA and Sweden will be dramatic rise over the two decades at boat 23% and 25% respectively..

 Apr 01, 2015 Sample IELTS Task 1 Line Graph: Proportion of Elderly by: mojgangoodarzi The graph gives information about proportion of how many people lived a particular area, country with aged 65 over this ten-year period at the interval between 1940 and 2040 in three different countries including USA, Sweden and Japan.According to the line graph, proportion of crowed aged 65 and over in the USA are increased from approximately 10 to 23 respectively in 1940 to 2040.By contrast, Japan decreased steadily between 1940 and 1990 from about 5 to 2.5 and then there are a sharp rise of group in subsequent years from 10 to 25 and reached up to 28 in 2040.Whereas, Sweden are fluctuated but in overview, it increased.In a nutshell, ratio of elderly are up grade and at the end, Japan are the most value of people in over ten decades .Nevertheless, Japan in the first of period are the lowest proportion and the other.(150 words)

 May 07, 2015 Help me for check my grammer and score, please? Thanks before by: Yossy The line graph above describe the amount of old people in USA, Swedan, and Japan from 1940 to 2040. As can be seen in the graph, the number is rising by the year 2040.The first things to note from the graph is all of those countries have a huge number of comparison in 2040 from 1940. USA with 9%, Swedan with 6%, and Japn with only 5%. the percentage of USA and Swedan increase significantly from 1940. However, in 1980, the number fall slightly before they recover again in1985 and 2019, respectively. In Japan, there was a slight fall in the number of older people between 1940 to 1985. But it recover in1980 and rise sharply in 2030.From the graph, we can notice that Japan is the country which has the most drastic progress. It cause Swedan, Japan, and USA have a similar rate in the end of 2040

 May 08, 2015 Kindly check my report! - IELTS Task 1 Line Graph: Proportion of Elderly by: Anonymous The graph shows the percentage of aged population in three countires namely Japan, Sweden and USA during the period of 1940 to 2040.Sweden and USA both are under 10% in 1940 and for the next 40 years they followed the same fluctuating trend reaching 14% and 15% respectively.In the late 20th century Sweden and USA overlapped after which Sweden showed a steady increase in the percentage of aged population till the present years reaching 20% while USA showed a gradual decrease for the same years.Japan showed the least percentage in all the countries in 1940 at 5% and remained under 5% till the early 2000's, then it showed a steady increase and is predicted to rocket from 10% to 25% during 2030.All the three countries are predicted to reach around 25% in 2040.

 Jun 17, 2015 Very Helpful guide but..... by: Chris This is very helpful in preparing for IELTS, however, my writing style seems different so it is difficult for me to follow someone else's essays. Anyway, could someone from IELTS buddy or an experienced person assess my essay please. I have no idea if my essay is good or not.The line graph shows the percentage of population aged 65 and above from 1940 to present in three different regions which includes projection until 2040.Overall, the people aged 65 and over shared a small minority in 1940. However, this age group continued to increase in number until presently and will continue doing so as predicted.USA and Sweden began rising up in number in the same manner until 1990s. USA started at just under 10% while Sweden at 7% on the same period. Both of which increased gradually until 1994 reaching 14% and 13% respectively. While the senior citizens of the US continued to increase in number, Sweden leveled off for a moment but will continue to grow as predicted.In contrast, Japan’s old age population gradually declined from 5% in 1940 to 3% in the late 1980s. However, it started to rise considerably and as projected, it will climb sharply surpassing the other two countries at just over a quarter of their total population in 2040.

 Aug 29, 2015 ssssssssssss by: saikumar The graph compares the proportion of elderly people from 1940 to 2040 between usa,sweden,japan.In an overallview, usa and sweden has 8% and 6% in 1940 and projected to 25% and 23% in 2040.In contrast Japan has least percentage of 5% in 1940 and finally it has a sharp in increase to 27% at 2040 which is having more percentage than usa and sweden In 1940 the population of aged 65 and over in usa has 10%and tyhere is aslight increase upto 1970.From 1970 there is a sharpe increase upto 1990.Then gradually fell to a value of 14% in 2000.From 2000 it remain stable upto 2020.From 2020 there is aslig]ht rose and reached to 23 in 2040. In sweden there is a continuous increse from 1940 to 1990.From 1990 there are some fluctuations but finally it has ended in a increased manner to a value of 25 in 2040 which is greater than usa. Comparing Japan with usa and sweden it started with low percentage and there is a slight decrease and remained stable to some years.Again it started slight increasing manner upto 2030and there is asharp increase in 2040 to a value and there is a sharp increase in to value of 27% which is greater than usa and sweden

 Sep 16, 2015 writing Task 1 The line graph by: sumera This site seems to be very helpful in getting a targeted band.I am appearing in Ielts test next month.This is my second attempt.Last time i scored band 6.following the instructions,i am sure i am going to recieve a better score band this time.Thanks a lot for initiative.

 Oct 06, 2015 I will appreciate your comments. Thanks. by: Anonymous The graph shows the percentage of people aged 65 and over in Japan, Sweden and USA between 1940 and 2040.Overall, the number of people aged 65 and above living in the three countries over a century has more than double. After 2020 , Sweden and USA experienced a sharp rise in their population peak to reach a total of 25% and above 20% respectively whilst Japan hitting the highest at 25%.Between 1940 to about 1982, USA elderly population grew steadily from below 10% to 15%. This was followed by a period of mild decline in the expansion before levelling off to just under 15% un till about 2020. Two decades later, the population rapidly increases to reach a peak of just below 25%. In 1940, 5% of people in Japan were older than 65. This number gradually reduced over approximately four decades before rising again. By 2040, over 25% of Japanese population was elderly.The Swedish elderly population steadily augmented and exceeded USA ageing population just before 2000, but remaining under 15%.By 2040 USA lowest number of elderly people were leaving in USA whilst the highest live in Japan with a percentage of under 25% and above 25% respectively

 Nov 11, 2015 test :) by: Anonymous The graph compares the percentage of aged 65 and over in three countries namely USA, Japan and Sweden during 1940 and 2040. A period of 100 years. Overall, it can be seen that all the three countries is projected to increase its elderly population by the year 2040, with Japan having the highest figure whilst USA the least among the three.To begin, in 1940, USA had the highest number of elderly people amongst the three nations involved at just under 10%. It then gradually increased and reached to 15% after 40 years, and, with a slight decrease afterwards which is projected to continue until 2020, it is then seen to increase again and end the timeframe at approximately 23%. Sweden, which is about 3% lower than USA at the start of the period followed a similar trend as that of the Americans which was an increasing pattern, and during the year 2000 it surpassed that of USA, and like the Americans it is also projected to increase by the end of the period to end at 25%.Japan on the otherhand started the period with the lowest percentage of over 64 aged people at 5%. Unlike the first two countries, it showed an opposite trend in its first 40 years which was declining, but, by 2030 it is expected to make a sharp increase and overtake USA and Japan before settling around 27% by the end of 2040.

 Nov 15, 2015 please check by: ABC The line graph represents the proportion of population in three different countries-USA, Sweden, Japan aged above sixty five between 1940 to 2014.There is a rapid increase in the population in all the three countries by 2040. Comparing the three countries Japan has the highest percentage of elderly people that is 27% in the year 2040. Sweden shows an upward trend reaching to twenty five percentage. In USA, the elderly population was stable from 1980 till 2020 but there is a rise of population after 2020. Overall by 2040 Japan will have more elderly people by 2040 compared to other two countries.

 Nov 18, 2015 Check My Task 1 Graph by: Monir The graph illustrates how the percentage of elderly people was increased over 100 years in three countries. Overall, the population growth is going up.Firstly, in 1940 the elderly people in USA was below 10%, whereas the lowest percentage was carried in Japan, contains 5%. Sweden came between them at a rate of near about 7%. On the year 1980 the elderly population growth rate increased upto 15% in USA.On the other side, in SWEDEN that was increased near about 13% and the percentage was decreased in Japan to 3%.Afterall, in the year 2020 the elderly people rate was grown up to one-fifth percentage in SWEDEN. Beside that in USA that was slightly fallen to 13% and in Japan that was increased. In 2040, most of the elderly people rate goes all three countries, respectively 28% in USA, 25% in Sweden and 22% in Japan.

 Jan 15, 2016 My own view by: Ola The line graph illustrates the proportion of aged population in USA, Sweden and Japan between 1940 to 2040, a period of 100 years.Overall, the percentage of aged population, 65 and above increased over the year, in which USA started with highest but finished with the lowest percentage, followed by Sweden that started with being the second highest and finished with second highest .Lastly, japan which started with the lowest percentage but finished with the highest percentage.In the year 1940, percentage population of USA was at 9 %, followed by Sweden which was at 7 % then, japan which was at 5 %. So in the year 1960, there was increase in the percentage population of USA and Sweden but decrease in Japan’s percentage population. In between year 1960 to 1980, Sweden and USA experienced a notable increase in their percentage population but Japan still maintained the same level of percentage between the two decades. In between the year 1980 to 2020, the percentage population of USA decreased slightly, the one of Sweden increased and decreased too while the percentage population of Japan started increasing. The increase in the percentage population of japan made japan to have the highest closing percentage population in the year 2040, followed by Sweden, then by USA having the lowest.

 Jan 31, 2016 Task 1 by: bhowmick Would you please check my work and provide our valuable feedback? Thank you Sir._________________________________________The diagram provides information about the ratio of the population aged 65 and above from 1940 to 2040 in Japan, Sweden and USA.Aged people both in USA and Sweden have increased over the time period with some fluctuations found in both nations. However, Japan shows an opposite trend till 2000 and thereafter there is a sharp rise in aged citizens until projected year of 2040. In 1940 less than 10% of USA population used to be aged 65 and over. But after 1960 those people have increased with some degree of fluctuations until 2020 and there is a rapid rise till 2040. It is seen that the number of aged population jumped from 15% in 2020 to about 23% in projected 2040. In fact, Sweden had the same nature as USA. In Sweden only about 7% population were aged 65 and above in 1940 whereas in 2040 it is projected to reach into about 25% which is three times higher than 1940.Finally, in Japan we find a different trend especially from 1940 to 2000. It is interesting that the number of aged people dropped from 5% in 1940 to about 3% in 1980 and then slightly rose back to 5% in 2000 whereas after 2000 the aged citizens considerably increased till 2020. However, after 2020 there is a sudden rise of aged population from about 7% to more than 25%. It is expected that in 2040 the number of population aged 65 and above will be five times higher than it used to be in 1940.

 Feb 02, 2016 Proportion of Population by: Anonymous The Line graph Illustrates the people aged 65 and above, Between the years 1940-2040 in three countries USA, Sweden and Japan. Overall, compared to USA and Sweden the Japans peoples percentage is decreased in the years 1940-1960. Approximately in the year 2040 USA will have 28% population are 65 and above age. Sweden population is increased gradually in the years 1940-1980 and there is a fall in the years 1980-2000. From the year 2000 the population percentage is rapidly increased from 12% to 20%(approximately). In Japan there will be a spontaneous increase in percentage from 10% to 27%(approximately) during the years 2020-2040.USA got the slight fall in the years 1980-2000. From 2000 onward there is decrease in population up to the year 2020,there onward population proportion will be increase gradually up to the year 2040. Finally the japans percentage population is more compared to other two countries usa and sweden.

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 Apr 11, 2016 please check it by: Anonymous The provided illustration reveals data about the percentages of people who were elderly in three countries. This research was conducted to looking further information in three different nations; they were Japan, Sweden and USA. All of the samples were aged 65 and over, whereas, this data provide view in long term which is 100 years.Firstly, older population in Sweden and USA had small difference in 1940 because they were both approximately 10% of the total population. These countries had a steady improvement for several years in terms of their number of elderly people. Meanwhile, they are predicted to have similar result in 2040; their elder generation will rise around 25% in that year.Secondly, Japan was position as the lowest ranked nation in 1940 which had less elder people than the other two countries. Over the year, Japan will have the largest proportion of elder people in the future. According to the given figures, Japan will notice an increase in 2020 to 2040 in terms of their elder generation proportion. It will put Japan to have aged 65-over population with more than 25%.Lastly, all of the nations will have more proportion of elderly people in the coming years which indicate the enhanced life expectancy.

 Jun 09, 2016 I'm trying to write IELTS task 1 for the first time. Check it please by: christinaloud The line graph demonstrates percentage of the population in the age of 65 and over in the USA, Sweden and Japan between 1940's and 2040's. Overall, it is expected that number of old people in these three countries will grow in the future. According to graph, in 1940 eldery citizens accounted just over 5% in Japan and less than 10% in USA and Sweden. However, by 1980's proportion of old population had increased and reached a peak of approximately 15% and 13% respectively in both USA and Sweden. Meanwhile, percentage of elderly people in Japan slightly declined till nearly 3% in 1960 and remained the same till 1990's. Afterwards, proportion of eldery population in Japan started rising and it is supposed that it will account 10% in 2020's and by 2040 it may go up till a quarter of all population or a little bit more. In the USA, it is suggested that amount of old people will stay the same till 2020 and will dramatically increase by 2040 to the peak of about 23%. In Sweden noticeable rise of eldery citizens is expected in 2030's and it can reach nearly 22% in 2040.

 Jun 27, 2016 my sample answer. You can give your comments by: kim The graph highlights the data about the number of people aged 65 and up in a 100-year period between 1940 upto 2040 in three major countries around the world.Overall, it is expected that by 2040, the proportion of senior citizen will shoot-up, highest will be in Japan, reaching 28% which will be the highest among the three by 2040, next will be sweden and USA, respectively.By looking at the details, USA with 8% in 1940, had a slight increase upto 1960, after which it rocketed to 15% during 1980 and fluctuations are expected until this coming 2020. A significant grow will be observed by 2040 reaching 23%.As regards with Sweden and Japan, Japan had a slight dip in their elderly population during 1960. However, a constant rise was observed starting mid 1980's and will continue by year 2030, and this figure is expected to leapfrog from 10% to 28% by 2040 which will be the highest among the three. Sweden had a relatively constant increase in there elderly population, some fluctuations can be observed between 1980 upto 2020, but a significant grow will be expected until 2040 leveling at 25%.

 Jul 22, 2016 Can anybody make me correct by: Madan The line graph illustrates the percentage of elderly people's aged 65 and over within a century from 1940 to 2040 in different three nations USA, Sweden and Japan.Overall, during the time period all three countries went up significantly. However, two countries USA and Sweden increased almost with same trend but in case of Japan, in the last years experience the highest proportion of the population.To begin, USA and Sweden was approximately 7% to 9% respectively in the year of 1940. Till 2000 both countries were going up wards in similar trends but after this period starts fluctuating and in the end 2040, USA become the least around 23%, Sweden went up approximately 25%.By comparison, Japan started almost 5% in 1940. In previous around 50 years it was going down words but after 2000 Japan increasing with very effectively percentage and in 2040 become the highest experienced country in elderly people aged 65 and over around 27%.

 Aug 14, 2016 writing task1 by: Anonymous The line graph suggests change in the percentage of elderly people in three specific countries like USA,Sweden and Japan over century.Generally speaking,the proportion of people aged over 65 has a upward trends in all three countries.Particularly in 1940,USA has a maximum number of elderly citizens as compared to the elderly population in Sweden and Japan with approximately 7 and 5 per cent.There was a significant change in the number of elderly people in USA,grew up to 15% and then a slight decrease in 1990,with around 14%.Furthermore,Sweden has the same trends for the proportion of elderly citizens as to the USA and peak to below 14% which was same as the number of elderly population in USA,1990.However,the percentage of elderly people has decreased from 5% to around 3% in 1990.It is expected that the percentage of population of elderly citizens will increases from 2020 to 2040.Sweden has a remarkable change in the number of elderly people rapid surged to the level of 25% by 2040.However,the population of elderly person in USA remained constant for a instance and again gets its track and will increases to around 23%.Moreover,the population of elderly people fluctuated and reached to the low level of over 3% in 1990.But it is estimates that the number of elderly population will grow rapidly and make a new peak point of over 25% by the end of the year 2040.

 Aug 21, 2016 answer to the graph by: sana Can you please check mine? i will be very gratefullthe graph represents a comparison between three countries, U.S.A, Sweden and Japan, regarding the number of elderly population over the period of 1940 to 2040. the overall graph indicates an increase in the proportion for all three countries.japan initially showed a decline starting from 5% to approximately 2% till late 1980's, however the average number of elderly age group started to increase from 2000's and 2020's, eventually it hit the maximum proportion by 2040's, above 25%. it has shown to be having the largest amount of people having an age of 65 and above, comparing to the other two countries.U.S.A and Sweden are observed to be going parallel till the start of 2000's. U.S.A comparatively had a decline in 2020's but Sweden showed a major increase unto 20%. Lately by 2040 both of them had an increase, U.S.A having 23% and Sweden having 25%. As a whole the graph reflects upon the fact that the elderly aged population has increased in all three countries.

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 Nov 12, 2016 Kindly check ... by: Jp-james The illustration depicts the percentage of ageing population from 65 years old and above in 3 different countries of USA, Sweden and Japan from the year 1940 to 2040.It is clearly stated in the graph that USA and Sweden had increased consistently at almost the same trend from 1940 to 1980 comparing to Japan which had an erratic trend from 5% in 1940 and just started a significant elevation from 21st century.USA's old age population was about 9% in the year 1940 while Sweden was about 7%. A rising trend was noticed peaking in 1980 to 15% in USA and about 14% in Sweden.A remarkable decline in USA ageing proportion was observed from the year 2000 to 2020 which will then heighten up reaching about 23% in the year 2040. Based on the study, Sweden's elderly people will continue to rise reaching 25% in the year 2040. However, while Japan leveled off from 1960 to 1980, an elevation on its ageing population was significantly noticed from the 21st century having 5% to a quadruple proportion by 2040, exceeding USA and Japan's.One may conclude that old people's proportion among the 3 countries will continue to have an upward trend from 21st century reaching about less than 30% each,predicting Japan to have a dramatic increase, overcoming Japan and USA.

 Nov 13, 2016 please check this writing by: Anonymous The line graph illustrates the proportion of the population aged 65 between 1940 to 2040, in three different countries: USA; Sweden and Japan.th the 1940 the percentage of ageging in Usa was below 10%, while in Japan was 5% and in sweden was about 7%. From 1940 to 2000 USA and sweden increased significantly, reaching a peak, that was about 15% and 13 % for Sweden. In the other handJapan had a competely different trends, in fact there was a drammatic decrease with a platau between 1960 to 1985. After that, from 2000 the situation will be different, all the three countriesproportion will rose. Japan will have the highest percent and scoring a new peak, nearly 25%, while USA and sweden will come behind.

 Jan 01, 2017 please check my introduction by: gurdeep kaur The given line graph compares the various changes in the population of the elderly people (age 65 and above) in the UK, Sweden and Japan, in the past from 1940 to 2017 and its probable projection up to 2040.

 Jan 04, 2017 Essay correct by: Huyen Trang This is my essay, would you mind commenting on this? Thank youThe line graph illustrates the proportion of people aged 65 and over from 1940 to 2040 in the USA, Sweden and Japan.It is clear that the proportion of old people in the three countries increases over the period.According to the graph, in 1940, USA has the highest proportion of the elderly, which is approximately 10 percent. It is followed by Sweden and Japan with 7 and 5 percent of old people respectively. Throughout the century, the proportion of old people in the USA increases gradually till 1980. It remained the same for the following 40 years and then rises rapidly, ends up with 22 percent of old people in 2040. The proportion of old people in Sweden also raises, but fluctuated more, reached 25 percent in the end of the period.The line described Japan followed a completely different pattern. After a slight decrease from 1940 to 1980, it starts to rise gradually until 2030. In the last ten years of the period in question, the number of old people in Japan increases dramatically, up to nearly 28 percent, which is more than 5 times as many as the 10940 figure.

 Jun 12, 2017 help by: junu Well actually I wanna ask about the body of the paragrapph to write in writing task one where I have learned it: - Introduction - Overview- Detail 1- Detail 2 This is 4 paragraphs however I found out that every one is writing in form of:- Introduction - Detail 1- Detail 2- Conclusion So does it matter with this way of writing or I should follow another pattern??

 Jun 14, 2017 help by: IELTS buddy There is no fixed pattern as such. You should organise it around the main themes / patterns that you identify. So for example if you identify two you may have two body paragraphs or if you find three main trends you may have three.I'm not saying that is specified in the marking but you are marked on your ability to organise that data and pick out the main points so that is a good way to do it.As for the overview / conclusion point, that is up to you.You must have an overview - by that I mean identify the main overall trend of the graph / diagram and clearly present to so the examiner knows you have done it.I recommend putting it as an 'overview' at the beginning because if you leave it till the end you may run out of time and miss it out.But there is nothing wrong with having it at the end as a conclusion. Things are explained here:Writing a Task 1

 Aug 13, 2017 article by: Anonymous You mention USA without the article "the". Why? Should this article be there?

 Aug 16, 2017 Graph explanation by: Sneha The line graph compares the percentage distribution of senior citizens (aged 65 and over) in three countries: Japan, Sweden, the United States over the period of 100 years (from 1940 to 2040).In general view, the graph shows an increasing trend from past to the future, which at a quick glance specifically notes that all the three regions had less than 10% of old aged people and are expected to reach two time higher than the percentage of population in beginning. To begin with, Japan had only 5% of older adults in 1940, and then mildly dropped to nearly 3 percent in mid 1980.half a century later, a gradual rise was noted and may continue this trend even after 2020, it is further expected that this may skyrocket to the highest percentage of 27% of senior citizens in a century. Sweden and the United States, even though began with 7% and 9% respectively, in 1940, had a parallel rise for the next 50 years and collided each other in 1990,later Sweden continued to show an increasing trend until 2010 and reached 20%, while, the USA remained in constant for a while. In future, Sweden may fall slightly to 18% in 2020, whereas the USA may rise from its plateaued position and again a parallel move of significant rise to reach 25% is expected between the two until 2040.

 Sep 12, 2017 Hello! Could you please check my essay too? I would highly appreciate it. Thank you in advance! by: Anonymous The line graph compares the percentage of senior citizens over 65 years old over the period from 1940 till 2040 in the USA, Japan and Sweden. Overall, during this time score all three countries have been facing an increase in the proportion of their elder populations. In Sweden and the USA there was a similar gradual rise up until 1980, followed by a slight decline in both countries. Despite the fact that in 1940 America had the biggest proportion of the elderly (accounting for roughly 10%), it is calculated that by 2040 it is likely to have relatively fewer ageing people than the other countries. It is also noticeable that in approximately 1995 Sweden overtook the levels of the USA and is projected to remain the leading position up until around 2030. Even though the number of senior citizens in Japan have been measured the smallest in 1940 standing at 5% and there was a moderate fall in it thereafter, it faced a gradual increase from the late 1980s. Moreover, it is forecast to experience a significantly steep rise starting from approximately 2030 and to exceed the USA and a little later Sweden during this time. By 2040 the share of the elderly in Japan is likely to reach its peak at the point of around 28%.