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).

**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.

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77%

49%

32%

27%

58%

85%

5%

68%

97%

18%

just over three quarters

just under/nearly a half

almost/nearly a third

just over a quarter

approximately 60%

a very large majority

a very small number

around two thirds

almost all

just under/nearly a fifth

**Intro Lesson:
** How to Write an IELTS Writing Task 1

**Lesson 1:
** Describing a Graph Over Time

**Lesson 2:
** Describing an IELTS Pie Chart

**Lesson 3:
** Describing an IELTS Process

**Lesson 4:
** Describing two graphs together

**Lesson 5:
** Common Language of Change

**Lesson 6:
** Gap Fill - Bar Chart

**Lesson 7:
** Gap Fill - Line Graph

**Lesson 8:
** Common Language to Compare and Contrast

**Lesson 9:
** A Common Mistake

**Lesson 10:
** Describing Tables

**Lesson 11:
** Organizing your answer

**Lesson 12:
** Gap Fill - Table

**Lesson 13:
** Using Prepositions

**Lesson 14:
** Describing the future

**Lesson 15:
** Gap Fill - Pie Chart

**Lesson 16:
** Gap Fill - Process Diagram

**Lesson 17:
** Organising an IELTS Line Graph

**Lesson 1:
** Opening and Closing a Letter

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