IELTS Line Graph: Tourist Information Enquiries
The graph shows the number of enquiries received by the Tourist Information Office in one city over a six-month period in 2011.
The line graph illustrates the number of enquiries made in person, by letter or email and by telephone at a Tourist Information Office in the first half of 2011. In general, we can see that tourists were most likely to enquire through phone calls in the first three months of 2011 while face-to-face enquiries exceed the number of such after April, reaching approximately 1900 enquiries by June. Based on the considerable growth of nearly 1500 enquiries received in person and the later surge of 600 enquiries made via telephone, it can be deduced that more tourists tended to ask for help after they arrived in the city from April to June. In contrast, the number of written enquiries remained more or less unchanged at roughly 700 in the first three months of the year, after which, it dropped a great deal in the later months to just below 400. Overall, it can be inferred that the peak season of the tourist centre is probably between April and June as the total number of enquiries increased a great deal.
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