IELTS Line Graph - Money Spent on Books
by Ruby Lyn
The graph shows the amount of money spent on books in Germany, France, Italy and Austria between 1995 and 2005.
The line graph elucidates information on the money spent on buying books in the four various countries-Germany, France, Italy and Austria-for 10 years period from 1995-2005.
An overall impression reveals that there has been a different trend for the amount of money spent by people from the different countries but the figures in Germany showed the greatest increase of money spent in book purchasing as this made up the largest amount of millions spent in buying throughout most of the time (1995-2005).
The proportion of people buying books in Germany portrayed 80 millions in 1995 but this figure surged to 95 million by the end of the year 2005.France and Italy showed proportions approximately similar to each other with fairly constant trend in 1995 to 1997 but both reached its peaked by the year 2005 (around 50-75 million respectively). However, Austria showed a gradual incline starting 1995 to 1999 then surged to a high of 65 million in 2005.
It's interesting to note that the amount of millions spent in buying for German people consistently raised from the start till the end of 2005 compared to the three various countries.
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