On this page you'll find further IELTS graph data for some further practice with your flexibility to write about graphs and tables.
Often, data is not exact e.g. exactly a half or 50%, so you need to use phrases that show you are approximating (estimating roughly what the figure is).Sometimes it is also difficult to tell from the graph picture itself in the test exactly what the data level is, so again, you will need to approximate.
Drag and drop the box on the right underneath the box on the left that you think means the same thing.
If it is wrong, it will show up in red. You will then need to drag it back and try again.
How to Write an IELTS Writing Task 1
Describing a Graph Over Time
Describing an IELTS Pie Chart
Describing an IELTS Process
Describing two graphs together
Common Language of Change
Common Language to Compare and Contrast
A Common Mistake
Organizing your answer
Describing the future
Organising an IELTS Line Graph
Opening and Closing a Letter