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IELTS Writing Test 2

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Task 1: The chart below shows the percentage of households in owned and rented accommodation in England and Wales between 1918 and 2011.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.




Task 2: Some people believe that nowadays we have too many choices.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

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146 responses to “IELTS Writing Test 2”

  1. Marie Ngolofwana says:

    The chart depicts the proportion of people who rented houses and those who had their own in two different British countries namely, Whales and England from 1918 to 2011.

    Overall, it is clear that the Percentage of citizens who rented houses before 1971 was higher than those who had there own though these figures significantly dwindled throughout the time period. In contrast, the proportion of residents who owned homes started at a very low rate but gradually increased after 1971 even though it did not surpass the opponent in the initial year.

    In 1918, rented houses recorded just over 75%, then dropped to slightly below 70% in 1939 and leveled off until 1953 before dwindling significantly and reaching just over 35% in 2011.
    On the contrary, those who owned houses were just over 20% in 1918 but this category followed an opposite pattern to the opponent in that the figures increased slightly in 1939 by approximately less than 10 % and also leveled off until 1959 before seeing a drastic increase to just below 70% in 2011.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      Your structure and writing style is impressive. But you could avoid repetition of words for example you used dwindle twice instead of writing dwindle again you could have used the phrase whittled down and also for leveled off was used twice. And please don’t use word opponent here because there is no rivalry here between these two categories. Use the words home owners and tenants instead.

  2. Marie Ngolofwana says:

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  3. Suresh says:

    Thw bar chart shows information about the proportion of household in rented and owned home in England and Wales from the year 1918 to 2011.the data given in percentage .
    It can be seen that in the initial year 1998 around 22 percentage of house was rented,whereas, approximately 78 percent was owned house ,overall, the whole period of time the rented accommodation and owned house proportion had gradually changed. In the Year 2011 owned home was only less more 35% ,compared to the 1918 it was around 78 percent it was big changed over the period. In contrast, rented accommodation percentage risen during the year 1918 to 2011. It can be noticed that in the year 1991 to 2011 rented accommodation proportion almost remained same at around 69% .while between the year 1918 and 1953 there was no any changed in percentage of owned houses.
    In conclusion. We can said that during the whole period of time people more tend to be stay rented houses compared to year 1918. Other side people less likely to be owned houses.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      Sir you need to do a lot of work on your writing. There are lot of mistakes including grammar, spelling and structure.

  4. Likando Sililo says:

    The graph illustrates the percentages of houses owned and rented in the United Kingdom two states in the years 1918 and 2011.

    Overall, the percentage of people that rented houses in the year 1918 was at peak compared to that of the owned accommodation which was lower.

    In the year 1918, people who lived in rented houses was about 75% higher compared to the owned accommodation which was at just over 20%. There was a steady reduction of rented accommodation in 1939, which recorded approximately 68% in the year 1939. This further reduced to below 60% in 1961. Rented accommodation significantly reduced from about 60% in 1961 to approximately 30% in 2001.

    The owned accommodation was lower than that of the rented houses in 1918, just over 20% of owned accommodation was recorded in that year. There was a gradual increase in the owned accommodation from over 30% in 1939 to exactly 50% in 1971 which was at the same level with rented households. A sharp increase of 60% to about 70% in 2001 was recorded from the year 1991 of owned accommodation . It then slightly reduced to just below 65% in 2011.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      Your overall is wrong it should be about whole graph not about one year only and also try to use better vocabulary. You have used very simple words which will not get you higher bands in IELTS.

  5. Likando Sililo says:

    Thank you

  6. Misozi Nsefu says:

    The bar graph depicts the proportion of households in selected parts of the United Kingdom, that where either rented or owned from the year 1998 to 2011.
    Overall, there was a significant decrease in the percentage of households in tented accommodation between the year 1918 and 2011 while owned households in owned accommodation tripled throughout the period.

    In the year 1918, the vast majority of England and and Wales citizens preferred living in renter homes with almost 78% of the population living in leased houses. From the year 1939 up to 2001, there was a considerably decrease in popularity of rented homes reducing the percentage to by half to almost 30% of people living in rented homes. However a slight increase was seen over the last 10 years of around 36%.

    In contrast the number of citizens that chose to live in owned accommodation in the year 1918 represented a minority of slightly over 20%. There was a dramatic rise of people who opted to inhibit owned homes in the next 62 years that followed, which tripled the number to nearly 70%. However a slight slump of 10% was recorded in the last 10years.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      Sir/ Mam please take care of spelling as we can see a lot spelling mistakes in your answer.

      • shagun says:

        TASK 2
        The bar graph depicts different housing scenarios of England and Wales. It shows us the comparison between owned and rented accommodation over a period of more than a decade.
        If we comprehend the graph completely we can easily conclude that from the year 1918 to 2011 the number of house owner have surpassed the number of tenants. The count of house owner have increased gradually on an average by 10% over the span of time.
        In the year 1971 house owner and tenants percentage was neck to neck but from there on the graph kept on increasing for the landlords and they took over the tenants count. In the year 2001 the gap between both the section was maximum to be precise more than 50%.
        This graphical representation gave us the exact idea how the living styles have changed but in a positive way as land owners have increased tremendously.

        Spoilt by choice
        I believe we actually have many choices these days at every stage of our life.
        In day to day life we are salivating over the choices of food ranging from different cuisines to varied flavours to abundant options. A simple water comes in different variants like Mineral, RO, spring, aerated, flavoured and many more.
        These choices are still manageable as we can change this with time and again but the most difficult strenuous choice to make is of our career: what specialization to opt for and once you finalize that then from where you have to do that course whether your own country or overseas. As this is your one deciding factor of your future.
        Life is pouring us with immense options & it is very difficult to say whether it is making our journey called Life simple or more complex.

        • IELTS-PTE says:

          Please use better examples in the beginning of the essay because introduction of the essay is the most important part. It makes the impression in the mind of the examiner and it actually decides your band score. Your writing style is good and you have a good range of vocabulary just structure your sentences better and you will get good bands in writing.

  7. shagun says:

    Task 1
    The bar graph depicts different housing scenarios of England and Wales. It shows us the comparison between owned and rented accommodation over a period of more than a decade.
    If we comprehend the graph completely we can easily conclude that from the year 1918 to 2011 the number of house owner have surpassed the number of tenants. The count of house owner have increased gradually on an average by 10% over the span of time.
    In the year 1971 house owner and tenants percentage was neck to neck but from there on the graph kept on increasing for the landlords and they took over the tenants count. In the year 2001 the gap between both the section was maximum to be precise more than 50%.
    This graphical representation gave us the exact idea how the living styles have changed but in a positive way as land owners have increased tremendously.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      It is not more than decade it is more than many decades. Avoid using the ‘we’. Never use conclude in task 1 and never write conclusion in task 1. You have used have but use had because the data is in past.

  8. Amydeck says:

    The chart demonstrates apartments both owned and rented in percentages within England and Wales in the years 1918 to 2011.
    Overall, the chart shows that rented apartment by individuals was at its peak in the iear 1918 and sustained a downward decline till the year 2001, in contrast households owned accommodation reached its peak in 2001 with a steady increase from 1918 to 2001.
    firstly the chart depicts that in the year 1971 both owned and rented apartments by individuals were at both 50% and also between the years 1939 and 1953, they maintained same each at 32% and 68% respectively.,
    More so, the rented apartments by individuals reached its highest at 70% in the year 1918 with a steady decline till the year 2011, when it went up 35% as compared to 2001 when it was 30%.
    Finally, there is persistent increase of household owned accommodations from 1918 where it was 69% with a slight decline in 2011 of about 64%.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      In percentages is inappropriately used here. Spelling mistake ‘iear’ Never use words like firstly in task 1. More so phrase is informal avoid using it. In the last sentence ‘is’ wrong because it is past data and not present.

  9. Son Dang says:

    The given chart illustrates some information about the percentage of households owning and renting accommodation in both England and Wales between 1918 and 2011.

    It is very noticeable that the rate of owned accommodation had gradually increased over the period. In contrast, there was a constant drop in the percentage of households in rented accommodation during the same course.

    In 1918, owned accommodation accounted for over 20% of total households. The figure had consistently risen before peaking at nearly 70% in 2001 and then slightly dropping to 65% in 2011.

    Conversely, households in rented accommoadtion occupied almost 80% of households in 1918 and thus was the prominent type of accommodation. However, it continuously decreased to 50% in 1971, when both types of households took up the same percentage. After that, households in rented accommodation was no longer the most common type and kept on dropping in number. 2001 was the lowest point of its decrease, when it accounted for only about 30% of the total households.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      ‘when both types of households took up the same percentage’ please correct this statement. You could write the rented and owned accommodations were equally prevalent in the country. Otherwise your writing style is good and structure is proper. Pleas try to incorporate better words such as dwindling instead of dropping.

  10. betty says:

    The chart illustrates the proportion of people owning and renting accommodation in England and Wales from 1918 to 2011.
    Overall, the percentage of owned accommodation steadily increased while the number of households in the rented apartments plummeted between 1918 and 2011 showing that more people owned their households as time passed while the number of people renting renting houses declined from 1918 to 2011.
    According to the graph. about 22% of households were owned in 1918 while there was a stable period between 1939 and 1953 with only
    about 32%
    increase but there was a dramatic increase to about 40% in 1961 with a steady increase till 1991 and 2001 with a little below 70% respectively although there was a slight decrease to about 63% in 2011.
    Conversely,in 1918, about 78% of households rented accommodations with a decline to about 68% in both 1939 and 1953 respectively and the trend continued on a downward spiral until 1991 and 2001 when the number of households were about 32% in both years before a slight increase to about 37% in 2011.

  11. Ayush rai says:

    The bar graph compares the percentage of owining and renting households starting from 1918 to 2011 in england and wales.
    The hoseholds in rented started with the highest percentage a little less than 80,but it data decreased overall at the end.however, its percentage remained steady in between 1939 to 1953 years,and ending with the little rise compared to 2011.
    whereas in 1918 percentage of buying a hose for living was nearly one third of rented,but it rose to 65 percentage by 2011.Similarly to renting the percentage remained stable between 1939 to 1953.But its number rises to nearly 70 percentage by 2001 and fell to 65 in 2011.
    In 1971,we can witness the similarity of equal percentage of owing and renting house for living.
    To sum up,overall percentages of owing and renting for accomodation are increasing and decreasing respectively from begining to final year,Whereas it is opposite int he last year.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      You need to work on your grammar. Task should have been written in past tense but you have used present tense on many places. Owining is a wrong word. Never use ‘to sum up’ and ‘overall’ together. Please work on your sentence formation, it is not correct.

  12. Ayush rai says:

    Thank you IELTS-PTE.

  13. Elena says:

    The bar chart gives information about the percentage of households that were either leased or possessed by their occupants in England and Wales, between 1918 and 2011.
    Overall, in these two specific countries of UK that were stated before, from 1918 to 1971 the biggest proportion of houses were rented and from this point on, this trend reversed and by 2011 most households were owned.
    In 1918 approximately 77% of the homes were rented, but from this year this trend gradually dropped in popularity as reaching its lowest points in 1991 and 2001 at about 32% and 31% respectively. In 2011 however, the percentage of households that were leased increased slightly at around 35%.
    With regard to the houses that were owned they were less common in 1918 (at roughly 23%) but from this year more citizens started buying in England and Wales as in 1991 and 2001 almost 70% of the households were purchased. This figure dropped at about 63% 10 years later, but was still much higher when compared to the rented houses, for the year 2011.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      Always use The with UK. ‘the biggest proportion’ wrong use of phrase here because biggest is always single-one. Again lowest could be only one not two so it would be used with 31% only. Never used () in IELTS writing. You cannot say that in 1991 and 2001 70% houses were purchased these were owned because they might have purchased earlier between 1981 and 1991.

  14. Aivy L says:

    The bar chart demonstrates the percentages of houses owned and rented in England and Wales in a period of 93 years from 1918 to 2011. Overall, it is clear that the percentage of household owning rose over this time period, whereas that of household renting fell.
    In 1918, the proportion of houses owned was a little over a quarter of the total number of houses, while house renting was four times that amount.
    In the following 35 years, the proportion of renting and buying a house plateaued at a ratio of 3:1.
    Next, there was a steady increase in the percentage of household purchasing and decrease in renting leading to a 50:50 ratio in 1971.
    This general direction of people buying instead of renting was ongoing until 2001 standing at just under 70% which accounted for more than triple its value in 1918.
    However, in 2011, there was a minor drop in the total number of buyers compared to a slight rise in renters. The buyers comprised about 65% which is almost double that of renters.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      ‘it is clear that the percentage of household owning rose over this time period, whereas that of household renting fell’ here used words owned and rented.’Little over quarter of total’ is wrong because quarter is 25% not 20%. We have a special video on how to % into fraction correctly on our official youtube channel. Check this link for that video and learn the correct way to convert because this is a very common mistake students make.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDiZwqY3Bg0

  15. Aivy L says:

    Thank you for your feedback.

  16. Kumar says:

    The chart shown above depicts the percentage of households in owned and rented accommodation in Wales and England in between 1991 and 2011.
    From 1991 to 2001 , there has been a steep decline in the percentage of rented accommodation and an increase in percentage of owned accommodation. This can be attributed to the increase in standards of living coupled with a increase of affordable housing, enabling a larger group of people to own their accommodation without the need of renting them.
    However, there was a reversal of the trend in between 2001 and 2011, with the percentage households with rented accommodation increasing and vice-versa. Rising cost of living and inflation might have played an integral role in this change of trend. It must be noted that the change was not that drastic .

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      Don’t use the word ‘above’ or ‘below’ in first line because there is no image on answer sheet. You used present tense in second paragraph BIG MISTAKE. Never give reason or explanation for a trend that is not asked in the task. Stick to the task just explain what is given in the image.

  17. kumar says:

    Since the beginning of the 21st Century, globalisation and technological advancements have empowered mankind with a plethora of choices, which can be seen in the ever-growing online retail industries and the creation of a multitude of brands.Thus, we are presented with an abundant of choices beyond our needs.
    Firstly, this can be attributed to the multitude of brands , either be it in the retail industry or the slew of fast-food chains opening up around the world, have actually provided us with option way beyond our needs and it actually goes on to confuse us and makes us more perceptible to indulge in unwanted spending. This can be observed when e-commerce websites announce sales on products and customers usually snatch the products, competing with the rest to obtain it at an affordable price. These e-commerce websites showcase various products under a single category, which only results in indecisiveness as one is not able to conclude on what to purchase. When it comes to consuming a meal, we are thronged not only with the unhealthy fast-food chains set up everywhere, but also by a variety of restaurants with each promoting an unique cusine. Hence, we are left to wonder what we should be consuming everyday when meals can be kept simple and healthy at the same time.
    Though a variety of choices empower us to make decisions, it has gone to a point where they actually hinder us in decision making and hence, place a bottleneck on out efficiency.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      Multitude of brands used twice do not repeat phrases. Wrong use of word perceptible here. Do not use an with unique. Try to give better examples such too many choices as career now compared to only few in the past. ‘Hinder us in decision making and hence place a bottleneck on our efficiency’ grammatical wrong and do not use hinder with us.

  18. kumar says:

    The chart gives information on the percentage of households in owned and rented accommodation in Wales and Britain between 1918 and 2011.
    There was a significant increase in the proportion of owned accommodation whereas the proportion of rented accommodation decreased throughout the years.
    In 1918, rented accommodation recorded over 75 % before dropping to around 68% in 1939 and 1949. Subsequently, there was a sharp decline and it reached 30% in 2001, after which it improved slightly to reach 35% in 2011.
    Conversely, the percentage of owned accommodation increased drastically from around 20% in 1918 to around 70% in 2001, before declining to 65% in 2011.
    It must be noted that both accommodations were in equal proportion in 1971.

  19. kumar says:

    It would be an understatement to say that the modern man is gifted with an abundant number of choices.Advancements in technology and science has empowered us to assess a multitude of options in order to achieve what we desire. Hence, are choices present in an exaggerated amount until it serves as a double-edged sword? I fret not. I believe that the plethora of choices we have are actually significant as it enables us to fully explore our capabilities , despite the face that these choices may make us indecisive some times.

    It is evident that with unforeseen improvements in various sectors, we are able to expose ourselves to an abundance of information and we could discover what really stirs interest within us. This is paramount as it becomes useful when we are trying to figure out what we shall do with our lives, especially when it comes to our career paths. Lets take a look at the field of information technology. An undergraduate is empowered to specialise in different skills such as data analytics, cyber security and many more fields which were made possible due to modern science. The creation of sectors as also brought out new job opportunities and hence, everyone is more likely to find out what really resonates with their ideas and beliefs, aiding them in choosing the correct career path .

    However, naysayers would point out to the over-abundance of option in various aspects of life, such as clothing and consuming food, and how it may actually end up making us more bewildered. The setting up of e-commerce has made this worse as we are able to choose and decide what we want with a single click in our hand phones.With all the e-commerce sites showcasing cheap products and with the never-ending sales on each website, it may actually confuse and eventually, we may be forced to buy from all the websites, making us more prone to compulsive spending.

    In conclusion,the choices we are presented with will never be in over-abundance as they aid us in satiating our desire and self-exploration. I believe that for our materialistic needs, we would actually be contempt after a while and hence, would not necessarily be troubled with the options. Hence, man will never find his options to be more than what is required.

  20. Thao Hoang says:

    The given chart compares the number of owned and rented accomodations in England and Wales from 1918 to 2011.
    It is evident that two types of households had a contrasting trend. While the number of families that owned a house generally increased over the years, the figure for the other gradually dropped towards the end of the period.
    In 1918, roughly 78% of households in England and Wales had their own house, which was over three times higher than that of rented accomodations, at about 23%. In the subsequent years, the first group experienced a decrease in its proportion while the latter rose constantly until 1971 when both shared the same percentage, at exact 50%.
    In the second half of the period, two types of households continued to develop in an adverse direction. By 2001, the number of rental properties reached a peak of approximately 70%, which doubled that of residence owned by local citizens, at over 30%.

    • IELTS-PTE says:

      Instead using ‘figure for the other’ try to frame with ‘former and latter’. Instead of dropped use dwindled. 78% of people not households had their own house. ‘shared the same percentage’ can be written in a better way like ‘the number of household in each category coincided’. Wrong usage of word adverse. 70% is not double of 30%.

  21. Prasanna says:

    The bar chart shows information of household ownership in England and wales for about a century starting from year 1918. Overall, for the most part of time there was an increasing trend for people to live own house rather than living in a rented house, barring the last decade.
    In 1918, only a quarter of houses were rented. By 1931 this figure had risen up to a third and remained same until 1953.From that year onward the number showed a gradual increase of about 10 percentage points until 1991. After 1991 the rate of increased slowed down to close to 2 percentage points and year 2001 saw the highest percentage of owned households, where the number was close to 70 per cent. After that there was a decrease of number finally ending up just lower than two third.
    Rented households obviously showed the opposite trend. The most significant year for both cases was 1951 where the number of households owned leveled with that of rented houses.

  22. prasanna says:

    Development has created many opportunities so that people now have many options. Some say that there are many confused people around than a generation ago, due to having so much of options, while others say it is a better development. I do agree with both sides of argument.
    People who agree with this opinion point out that too many options would be problematic than having only few options. For example, now there are so many streams that students can choose in deciding their future carrier in contrast to few decades ago when only few paths were available for a student to choose from. Now some students choose their path indecisively and sometimes fail to achieve their goals and blame having had many paths to choose from. And they also get stressed once later on they find that the stream chosen do not match them and when they realize it most often it is too late to start it all over again.
    Not only in life options like above, but also when it comes to day to day life, many people are befuddled with the many choices available. People have to waste a lot of time choosing between items before buying things. And many a time most people are frustrated that they have not made the right choice. With fewer options in good old days, there was less frustration and confusion, in contrast to modern era.
    People who oppose this view says that because of having many opportunities and options, life has become easier for many. For example, they say that in the education sector you have many courses that can be followed according to your interest, finally ending up in a pleasant life rather than having to engage in a profession that you do not like. Having too many choices in the market is also not a problem as this would enable better product to thrive while others will be rejected by the customers.
    In conclusion, I think that both sides of argument have equal weight, as having many options can create more stress and frustration while also letting people to buy improved products and letting people to make better life choices.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      The statement does not say that people are confused it simply says that we have too many options today. You cannot say that you agree with both sides. You should write that I partially agree with both sides. Spelling or career is wrong. In body paragraphs you have given people’s opinion but the essay says do you agree or not, so you have to give your opinions not people’s, hence your marks will be deducted on task completion parameter.

  23. Sergei says:

    Dear Sir, please assess my essay.
    The increased level of competition in commerce has provided the world with a wide range of goods. It is claimed by many that alternatives to choose from are enormous. In my opinion, I completely disagree with this statement because the grater array of options is a key to better products and development across the world.
    First of all, the fewer number of options means lower quality. Clearly, when companies do not experience competition, they lower quality to increase the margin. Cheap substitutes are used which sometimes have a negative impact on human health. A particularly good example of it are toys made of a toxic plastic in China that contained mercury traces. Many children in Russia were hospitalised due to the fact that they placed them in their mouth. Therefore, the more competitors, the better quality standards.
    Additionally, a wider range of goods facilitates the development of the world. The first computer was designed to launch rockets to space. This invention enabled people to create gadgets from desktop PC to smart watches. For instance, the Macintosh computer was invented by Steve Jobs since the number of options available did not address his requirements. Consequently, large number of alternatives serves to meet constantly growing people’s needs.
    To conclude, diversity of products is beneficial to people. Thus, there are not sufficient options to choose from because it improves the quality and safety of life.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Your essay lacks strong structure and introduction which we have emphasized a lot in our videos on our official youtube channel. Please watch the following videos first and then attempt again to improve it. Also watch the vocabulary videos because without good vocabulary you cannot score more than 6.5 bands in writing.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0_23FBCnMY

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0_23FBCnMY

      • Sergei says:

        What do you mean by strong structure? My structure is clear and organised. What’s more, I used less common vocabulary as well. If I’m not mistaken it’s not necessary to write a lot of them. You need to use them exactly where they needed. I used repeated words which can definitely lower my score in vocabulary but sometimes it’s unavoidable. Precision is the key. So what band do you think this essay can obtain?

        • IELTS MASTER says:

          You did not end your introduction properly. The vocabulary used in your essay is very common. If you want more than 7 bands you have to use words which are considered part of advanced vocabulary. This essay will get maximum 6.5 bands.

  24. Neharikha says:

    Hi team,
    Could you please assess my essay?
    Today, we are in 21st century where we have lots of choices beginning from the dawn to dusk of the day for example, from a tooth brush to the type of bed which we use on a day to day basis. It is evident from this that we have lots of choices nowadays than the people had in past.

    Many developments and inventions has provided many choices. For example, one of the better choices which we have now is the transportation systems. Initially people used bullock carts, but now we use different modes of transport like airways, roadways, waterways based on our necessity.

    There are E-commerce sites where one can find different types and brands of the products which provides wise opportunities to choose the best in all ways.
    To speak about other development includes HealthCare systems. Earlier people used to wear spectacles but now they chose to wear lens to give better appearance.
    The above mentioned are few examples of the choices which we have at present. There are many other choices which I have not mentioned.
    Though some choices promote positive change there are Few choices which has bad effects like Environmental impact. So, it is wise to know the impacts of the options and then choose it.
    To conclude, people enjoy more number of options than the people in the past.

  25. The chart illustrates the percentages of households in owned and rented accommodation from 1918 to 2011 in England and Wales.

    Overall, the households in rented accommodation were at the peak in 1918 and the least in 2001. Whereas, the households in owned accommodation were highest in the year 2001 and lowest in 1918. It seems a vice versa relation in the percentage of households.

    As in 1918, households in rented accomodation were the highest. Moreover, in 1939 and 1953 the percentage of people who stayed on rent was constant. After 1953, there was a steady decrease in number of peple who stayed on a lease. There was nearabout 10 % decrease after every 10 years. In, 1961 percentage rate was 59% which fall to 50%, 40 %, 32%, 31% in 1971, 1981, 1991 and 2001 respectively. In 2011, there was a slight increase of 4 %.

    As in 2001, the poeple who lived in owned houses were the highest and lowest in 1918. After 1918, the percentage rose to 31% and which remained constant in 1953 too. After 1961, there was an upward trend till 2001. It boomed with an increase of 10 % from 1961, 1971 and 1981 to 40%, 50% and 60 % respectively. In 1991 and 2001 the percentage was approximately same of 79%. And in 2011, it went down to 63%.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Always use the with words like highest. It seems a vice versa relation – avoid giving your opinion in task 1. You too have made basic mistake of writing 10% decrease, always write 10 percentage points decrease. We have highlighted all such common mistakes which students make in task 1 and 2, please watch all those videos and try to avoid making such mistakes in future. Which fell to 50% not fall. The first line of your last paragraph is incoherent because as means like but you are comparing two extremes. Your way of comparing percentages is not correct, one of the reasons is that you are trying to cover everything in your task another common mistake among students which is also highlighted in our video on task 1. Watch this video and improve your attempt.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

      How to write about percentages.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDiZwqY3Bg0

  26. Charles says:

    Globalization has ensured the world is now viewed as a global village. Since its inception, there has been an enormous exchange of culture and lifestyles which has led to a world where we have too many choices at our disposal. Although I strongly agree to this notion, I still have some reservation about it.
    Commerce has benefitted from globalization in so many ways. With the growth of globalization there are now too many variants of goods and services available to a customer or an intending buyer. For example, people now have access to different genre or forms of music from different cultures. As relates to fashion, we now have a plethora of fashion designs and fabrics from different cultures to choose from. This also applies to other industries and services like telecommunications, education finance and a whole lot of others.
    Although the point stated is factual and true, I believe there a lot of people in our time who do not have the luxury of choice due to the socioeconomic situation they find themselves in. For instance, in developing and underdeveloped countries where they lack access to most services found in developed countries, the word choice hardly exist since they lack the necessary funds that enables people afford to choose from various good and services or even to attract foreign industries to set up shop in their country. Rather these industries come to exploit their natural resources for the purpose of making profit. Although through this the culture and lifestyle of the underdeveloped or developing country can be a part of the choices the rich can choose from, it doesn’t make it affordable for the poor, hence they live with what they can afford.
    To sum up, though we have a plethora of choices to consider and select from, I believe having a choice depends on wealth. Therefore governments of the world should foster equity in all societies. This will avoid waste by the rich and aid the poor to have choice not just know the word.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Agree with this notion not to. Never contradict yourself in the essay. In the line you first wrote i strongly agree and then at last you have written i have some reservation which cannot be case since you strongly agree. If this case you should write Although I agree to a large extent I have some reservations. Try to avoid repetition of words for example in two lines you have used different cultures twice instead write fabrics from several countries or industries. Factual and true are same hence redundant. I believe there ‘are’ a lot of people, are is missing and this will start in a new paragraph. Word choice hardly exists not exist. Enables people afford to choose, here it should be enables people to afford various goods. Your English is good. You just need to make some refinements which you would learn from our tutorial on writing task 2 so please watch this video carefully it will surely help you to improve.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0_23FBCnMY

      • Charles says:

        if this was the exam what would I have scored

        • IELTS MASTER says:

          You would have scored maximum of 6.5.

          • thanu says:

            The bar graph illustrates the proportions of households in owned and rented accommodation
            in the UK and Wales from 1918 to 2011.

            Overall, the highest percentage of households was rented apartments in 1918 while the least proportion of households was owned accommodation in the same year.

            There was a similar percentage of rented apartments in 1939 and 1953 which was nearly to seventy percent.The chart depicts a dramatically decrease from 1953 to 2011.After 2011, there was a gradual growth in rented apartments.
            The bar graph shows, rented accommodations have increased by the same amount in 1939 and 1953 which was nearly a third.After that, it has gradually risen from 1961 to 1991.There was an equal percentage in owned households in 1991 and 2001 (70%).But, it has dropped in 2011.
            By the year 1971, there was a same percentage of both accommodations and it indicates exactly a half.

            sir,thanks for your advice.I started to watch your videos.I am unable to go to tution class.with the help of your website,I learn writing skills.please correct them

          • IELTS MASTER says:

            If you are not getting any coaching then we advise that you watch all our lessons on writing these will help you a lot and honestly if you follow our lessons then do not actually need any coaching and can save a lot of money of yours.

            Feedback – which was nearly to 70% here to would not come. A dramatic decrease not dramatically decrease. Rented accommodations had increased not have same mistake of using present tense here. Again it had gradually risen. Never write numbers in brackets. Try to avoid repeating words such same, percentage instead of percentage you can use ratio, proportion, and instead of same you can use similar, almost equal.

  27. thanu says:

    The bar graph illustrate the propotions of household in owned and rented accommodation between two countries from 1918 to 2011.

    Overall,The highest percentage of household is rented accommodation in 1918 while the least propotion of household is owned accommodation in the same year.

    There is a similar percentage of rented accommodation in 1939 and 1953 which is nearly to seventy percent.Chart shows a dramatically decrease from 1953 to 2011..After 2011, there is gradual growth in rented accommodations.

    The bar graph depicts that owned accommodation has increased by the same amount in 1939 and 1953 which is nearly a third.After that it has gradually risen from 1961 to 1991.There is an equal number of percentage in owned households in 1991 and 2001 (70%) .It has dropped in 2011.
    By 1971, there is an equal percentage of both accommodation and it indicates exactly a half.

    I am new to this website.what would I have scored?

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Bar graph illustrates not illustrate. Not between two countries but in two countries. The, t should be small not capital. You have written the whole task in present tense with ‘is’ which is a huge mistake since data is from the past. Please watch our video lectures on task 1 and 2 and you will know the common mistakes that students make in writing which you have made here. Write the task again in past tense and submit then. You will get 1 band out of 3 in this task. Please watch this video and then attempt again.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  28. sara says:

    writing task 2
    When we consider about this statement,I think it is timely and valuable topic to discuss.With the progress of the globalization, people need various necessities for different occasions.Therefore,our choices have risen day by day.

    Frankly speaking,we live in 21st century,therefore we can’t forget about the information technology, global village, and internet aswell. With the mixture of these technology, the people and world are connected in many ways.People can do their major things by using internet.For an example, if we need something from another country, we should not go there.we can purchase it through the internet. .After globalization, the world has come loser us now.Mainly, the technology has affected to people’s choices.therefore, I totally agree with the above statement.

    When we think about our different kinds of needs like economical background,education, entertainment and household ,definitely we should provide them.First, a man who should have an enough economical background,wants a occupation as the bread and butter.For an example,there are many occupations in the world job market and it makes competition among the people in the world.People dedicate behalf of their aims to find the job.Because they have different choices of professional fields.

    Moreover, people need the relaxation to their minds to enjoy the life and they often use ways of entertainment which reduce psychological difficulties.For an example, someone choose sports activities to enjoy the life.on the hand, majority of children prefer to play mobile games.Not only them, someone prefer to do meditation to relax their mind.According to these examples, I completely agree with the statement which appears that people have various choices.

    In my opinion, the different age group of people are living in the world.So, they have unlimited choices according to their needs.

  29. Nauman Ashraf says:

    The bar chart compares the percentage of people owned the house and on rented in England and wales between 1918 and 2011. Overall, chart depicts the number of residents started to buy their own home, whereas house hold living on rent has been decreased.
    In 1918, the number of people was living on rented house which is almost 76% then this percentage decreased apart from a little upward trend in 1953, while it stopped approximately on 35% in 2011.On the other hand, that resident who had their own house and who on rented was levelled off in 1971 on 50%. In 1918 own house hold resident was about 22% and this percentage surge smoothly and touched the level of almost 69% in 2001 and then after stopped on 63%.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      People who owned the house and rented not on rented. Not house hold living on rent but people living on rent. Again has which is present tense and is wrong here. On the other hand the residents not that residents. Overall it is a much better attempt but still needs a lot of improvement especially in your sentence structure which is very simple. Please watch our lesson on how to make complex sentences that will definitely help you to improve your band score because this task will get you maximum 1.5 bands out of 3 with more chances of 1.

  30. Nauman Ashraf says:

    It is undeniable science has made lot of success and technology advancement empowered human with plethora of choices, nowadays, we can be seen in everywhere online store such as daraz online shopping made us too choosy with abundant of options. I completely concur that at present we have plenty of choice.
    First of all, I believe that technology is the great invention of human kind which provide us such a vast plate forum that we can select and buy everything in the world, in very earlier of life people had only limited choices to eat, wear, and life style thanks to technology now we have too many option to live our life haply, for instance nowadays, people buy things online, and if we buy one thing it is probably that we end up by choosing ten things and make an one full basket, it is all about online shopping because when we order one thing meanwhile we are watching too many extra things that compel us to buy. Moreover, online comparison many people before buy a mobile phone used to compare online with other mobile phone on website such as whatsmobile, in this way they can aware all the feature of both mobile even before buy and physical handed it.
    Secondly, nowadays international student can choose their desire course in the university without visiting the university, because everything is revolving around the internet.
    To sum up, it is undoubtedly at present we have choices to choose, although it has some negative point such as many people become to confuse where they have to choose in two item and they unable to choose.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Plenty of choices not choice. Kind which provides us not provide. Plate forum? This is not the right phrase here. In very earlier of life is a wrong phrase it should be In the earlier days or Before the advent of internet. Too many options not option. Spelling of happily are wrong. They can aware all the features is a wrong phrase it should They can know about all the features. International students not student because in the sentence you have written their which is plural. People become to confuse instead write people get confused. Choose in two items not item.

  31. annie says:

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    The chart illustrates the percentage of individuals who own a house and those who live as a tenant in England and Whales from the year 1918 to 2011.

    Overall, the percentage of tenants in the year 1918 was maximum with linear decrease in the graph. The individuals owing a house was at the peak in year 2001 whereas, least number of tenants were found for the same year. Though the graph show slight increase in number of tenants and slight decrease in number of owners for the year 2011.

    In the year 1918, the percentage of tenants was around 77 which dropped to 69% by the year 1939. 69% was maintained till the year 1953 where percentage of house owners rose from 22% to 31% in year 1918 to 1939. With decrease in percentage of tenants and increase in percentage of owners by the year 1971 there was a balance of 50% between both the percentages.

    From year 1971 to 2001, the percentage of owners rose to 69% which is the maximum and reduced slights to 65% by year 2011 whereas, percentage of tenants decreased to the lowest percentage of 31% for the year 1991 to 2001.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Your start of the task is wrong because you have used present tense while the data is of past. Always use the with words like most, least. The graph shows not show.

  32. Omar says:

    The following bar chart illustrates the proportion in two different Europe countries England and Wales of households in owned and rented accommodation in period of 1918 and 2011.

    Overall, starting back from 1918, it is clearly that the percentage of the citizens who rented houses was dramatically higher of those who had owned their own houses. However, this number is changed slightly year by year, looking back to 1971, there is a break-even point of %50 of the rented and owned houses, then there has been an increase in the number of owned houses after the year 1971.
    In 1918, it is clearly that rented houses percent are higher by reaching more than %75, then slightly dropped below %70 in 1939 and remain steady until 1953 before dropping down significantly and reaching just over %30 in 2011.

    On the contrary, those who owned houses in 1918 were just over %20, but this category followed an opposite pattern by increase %10 approximately in 1939 and also leveled off until 1959 before seeing a huge increase around %70 by the year of 2011.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Two different European not Europe countries. It is clear that not clearly. Instead of dramatically write significantly higher. You have used present tense for example number ‘is’ changes which is a big mistake since date is from the past. You have repeated this mistake in the task which will lead to lower score in the task please make sure you use the right tense in the task. In majority of the task 1 the tense used is past. You write numbers in the wrong way, it is written as 50% not %50. Please watch our lesson on task 1 carefully and try to improve your attempt.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  33. Sayali Vaidya says:

    Science is developing day-by-day. And, there are new technologies emerging every now and then. People are acquainted with various mechanization. Hence, in all sectors, people are having a number of opportunities to enhance themselves. Therefore, I agree with the fact that some people believe that nowadays they are having a lot of options in every field.

    People who are educated with a good degree will surely know that he is having copious choices. For instance, Emily after completing her bachelor’s was selected for a company in which she started working. Though she was a connoisseur in her work, still she was paid below her expectations. When she realized this, she joined some programming language courses. In addition to this, she boosted her knowledge in every way possible and achieved distinct accolades. Within a year, she switched her current job and was selected in a Multinational Company in which her pay scale was twofold than previous. So, in this way, some people admit that they have many choices.

    On the contrary, people who are not educated not capable to take risks, or impoverished people then it becomes very burdensome for such people to shift to other choices. In fact, there are very few people who feel that they have a lot of options.

    Therefore, in my opinion, as mentioned above, I agree with the fact that in this diverse country not all but some people do believe that nowadays they have countless choices.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Your ending of the introduction is not proper please watch our lesson on task 2 very carefully and learn how to write the perfect introduction. You need to use better vocabulary for example in the beginning you could have written Technology is advancing by leaps and bounds to make your introduction start better which you will learn in our lesson on task 2. In the first line of second paragraph you start with people and then you have written he which is wrong it should ‘they are having’. Do not write common names in task instead you can write ‘one of my friends’. Your points are not strong and too relevant to the topic, you have just written your essay around literate and illiterate people which is not the basic theme of essay. You need to make better points with better examples. People who are not educated are not capable, are is missing here. In conclusion you have mentioned country but the statement is universal that is applicable for people in general around the world. Please watch this video very carefully and then try structure your essay better and also watch vocabulary lessons because without good vocabulary you cannot get more than 6.5 bands in writing.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0_23FBCnMY

  34. Pp says:

    The advancement in technology has made life easier. People nowadays have inculcated the use of several innovations in their daily activities. This has created an array of options to humans. In my opinion, I agree with the view that improvement in technology such as mobile phones and transport system has increased people’s choices.

    The ubiquity of mobile phone has offered millions of people with a variety of options . Due to the development of mobile devices, many people are conflicted with several social media sites to engage in. For example, many social media site such as Facebook, 2go snap chat and Instagram is one of the many platform created for users. The popularity of phones has provided people with many choices of their preferred social groups. Also, the advent of mobile phones has expanded retail markets. Many people are faced with daily advertisements on their phone to purchase items. The constant pressure of adverts on retail items has increased people’s preferences.

    Another reason for many choices is the development of transport system. The transport system has improved over the years. Many people in the past were limited by choices of transporting theirselves to other parts of the world. However, presently people have different options of moving around. For example, people can choose to travel by air, sea or land. Having several transport systems has created more options for people.

    In conclusion, many people have several alternatives in our world today. I believe this is as a result of the tremendous change in mobile phones and transportation system which has evolved over the years.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      One of the many platforms not platform, whenever this phrase is used – one of the – then the plural form of noun is used, this is a very common mistake which many students make. Your English is good and you can easily score 7 bands in writing but you need to make better points. For example giving mobile phone as a reason behind choices available in not a good example rather better reason would have been internet because of which we use mobile phone to access different choices for example for shopping, for choosing a place to go out to eat and so on. Similarly in the second paragraph you could have given the rise of middle class as a reason behind choices because of rise in middle class people have more money and can afford and access more things. Please watch our lesson on how to attempt task 2 and try to improve your attempt in your next task. Also watch our vocabulary lessons because your writing style lacks impressive vocabulary which is a must for 7 plus score in IELTS writing.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0_23FBCnMY

  35. FM says:

    The bar chart gives information about the proportion of owned and rented households in England and Wales from 1918 to 2011.

    Generally, it can be observed that more citizens are choosing to purchase properties as opposed to renting accommodations.

    On the one hand, a vast majority of the citizens chose to stay at rented accommodations, at over three-fifths of the general population in 1918. However, from 1939, this proportion steadily dropped until the year 2001, ending off at a meagre 30% of the total population.

    On the other hand, a small number of citizens chose to purchase their homes in 1918, at a little over 20%. This figure rose in 1939, to a little over 30%, continued to increase until the year 2001, and ended off at a little less than 70%.

    It is worth noting that in 2011, the trends of both households flipped; the proportion of people renting their homes rose to approximately 35%, while the proportion of people who purchased their homes dropped to approximately 65%.

  36. FM says:

    It is often thought that humans struggle with an abundance of choices in their daily lives. Personally, I strongly agree with the statement. This essay will expound upon my view and highlight examples pertinent to this issue.

    Firstly, globalisation has led to the massive worldwide distribution of goods, services, and products. To put it in other words, the world appears smaller as people have access to an abundance of products and services that are distributed from other countries. An example would be the countless number of products in a supermarket, where an item can have multiple brands and quantities. While this has led to the widespread distribution of certain goods, people are now spoiled for choice; as the act of selecting a loaf of bread can pose as a difficulty due to the different brands and flavours.

    Secondly, the creation of many online websites, applications, and services can be attributed to the rapid technological advancements in the past decade. As a result, the internet has created an endless number of opportunities for people to engage in. Singaporeans, for instance, have many options when booking a cab due to the many applications to do so, such as Uber, Gojek, and Grab, to name a few. Hence, in modern society, humans are faced with a myriad of options to consider when going about their daily lives.

    In conclusion, it is true that humans struggle with a plethora of choices on a daily basis, and this is a result of globalisation and technological advancements.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Try to avoid starting with ‘It is’ some examiners consider it improper start, try to start with nouns such as Technology and Internet has brought plethora of choices virtually to our doorstep. It is a very good attempt and you should stick to your writing style. Just try to make a better introduction and conclusion, your conclusion is too short and gives an abrupt end to the essay. Please watch our lesson on writing task 2 to learn the marking criteria and how you can make slight improvements in your essay which would make significant improvement in your band score.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0_23FBCnMY

  37. daman says:

    The provided bar graph illustrates the proportion of rented accommodations and house owned by people in england and wales between tenure of 93 years from 1918-2011.
    overall,it is crystal clear that during initial 43 years non owned houses were considerably more and during later 30 years data was totally reversed as owned houses were more.
    having a thorough glance,in 1918 owned dwelling were less than half of rented ones. In following years of 1939 and 1953 data remained constant for both the categories. Rented homes further decline to 69% and owned reached to 41%.However,in 1971 both personal and rented buildings were same about half of total proportion.
    Furthermore,owned houses tend to incline after 1971 and reached at peak in 2001,approximately 70%. On the contrary,rented apartments witnessed a decline after 1971 and went down to 3/10 of total proportion in 2001. Later in 2011,rented and owned homes again begin to slightly rose and fall respectively.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      England and Wales should be with capital initials. During tenure of not between tenure of. Always write like 1918 to 2011 and not 1918-2011. Rented homes further declined not decline. Do not use the word tend here because tend actually means something that is a habit or pattern which often happens but this is simply data and you cannot say that it is trend which will repeat. Instead of writing 3/10 write three-tenth of or better nearly one-third. In the last line there are two mistakes, first is again began to not begin because it is a past trend and second mistake is rise not rose, because here you have used to and with to always first form of verb is used. Please watch our tutorial on how to attempt task 1 it will be give you a bit more clarity about task, how it is evaluated and what mistakes to avoid. The link to the lesson is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  38. HAKEEM JIMOH says:

    These days, we often have the autonomy to choose whatever we want in life. Some individuals are of the opinion that we have abundant courses of action to choose from. While I agree that we have lots of choices in many instances, I also believe that we have limited options in some cases.

    To start with, we have lots of options when it comes to choosing a lot of things in life. For instance, we can always choose what to wear, who to make friends with, what kind of jobs to undertake, as well as what to eat. The abundance of resources gives people the privilege to choose from many of these alternatives. It is the general nature of human beings that gives us the opportunity to select from all of these options.

    Despite these array of choices that we have, we definitely do not have choices on natural occurrences or unforeseen circumstances. For example, we cannot choose when the sun rises or sets, neither can we choose when natural disasters occur. These natural activities are definitely beyond the choice of mankind. The unpredictable nature of these events is what makes it impossible for us to choose when they occur and it will always remain uncertain to human beings. Therefore, it is clear that as much as we have many choices, we still do not have options on certain things.

    To conclude, choices will always be a part of human nature. However, while we have choices on certain things, we do not have the same on many other natural things. I believe human beings should carefully select from the range of choices they have and continuously manage the options beyond their control.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Rather than writing many instances write we have lots of choices at our disposal in nearly all the spheres of our lives. Comes to choose not choosing with to always first form of verb is used. Your second paragraph is irrelevant as far as essay statement is concerned because the essay statement primarily asks about the material world or the choices or lack of it in the man made world. The better contradiction would have been comparison of freedom to choose between poor and rich. Poor people do not have the options to choose from many as compared to rich.

  39. Jagmeet kaur says:

    The given chart illustrates the proportion of people that own their home or rent the house in England and Whales between the year 1918 and 2011.

    overall it is clearly seen that the proportion of owning the home has upword trend while the people who rent the accomodation faced downward trend.

    In 1918 almost 22% of the people preffered to have their own home, which was very low as compare to the people who like rent . however , slowly and gradualy the percentage increased and reached about 70% in 2001. But in 2011 it faced slight drop and reched to 63%.

    On the contrary,almost 80% of the people from both the countries liked to rent home but the percentage kept on declining till 2001 where only about 30% of people were renting home. Ironicaly it increased by 30% in the next final years.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      You have used present tense in first line which is a big mistake, people that owned their homes or rented the house is correct way to write. Your overall is incorrect as well, spelling of upward is incorrect, people faced downward trend is wrong way to write because people did not face any trend, the trend is in the ownership and renting the house. As compared to not compare to, who like rent, again wrong sentence formation, as compared to people who resided in rented houses is a better way to write. And the biggest mistake of your task is 144 words. No matter how good your task is if you do not meet the word limit you can never score good bands in writing. Task 1 should ideally be around 170 words.

  40. Jagmeet kaur says:

    we are living in a universal world where all nations, minds ,companies come together, which results in securing too many options.

    I agree with this statement to a great extent. we can easily see around us that their are so many companies in the market which are trying their best to make their brand name prominent and attract more consumer. In order to achieve that they highly focus on providing variety to the consumer. Today we have too many options wheather it be clothes, telivision, shoes, cars or food cuisine . you name it and we can have lots of vergens of it. having too many options also helps lower class people to have an excess over the things that are cheap because of variety .
    On the contrary , because of these variation consumer needs to do brainstorming before buying the things.For instence i went to buy a cell phone but when i saw the options it became difficult for me to choose from them.

    In the end I can say that because of the compitition we are able to get many varieties of almost everything which is good for everyone specially for low class too. we just have to see what suits us the best.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Not meeting the word limit is the biggest mistake in writing which you have made here with only 207 words. Please write more than 250 words and then submit again.

  41. RINAL KANSARA says:

    The bar graph reveals the proportion of households in owned and rented accommodation in England and Wales within a time span of ninety three years.
    Overall,the proportion of household renting accommodation and renting accommodation varied over the period of 93 years.
    According to the graph,the figure of ratio of households in owned accommodation stood at nearly 77% in first year and it declined smoothly almost 68% in 1939 and 1953.Again the ratio of households of rental accommodation slide down gradually in the following years,it reached approximately 32% in 1991 and remained stable in 2001.Furthermore,in the year of 2011, it swelled around 35%.
    As per the graph,there was close to 24% of household in owned accommodation in 1918 and then percentages leaped almost 32%,remained static until 1953.Afterwards,in the year of 2011,the figure reached its zenith,about 68%, before declining slightly roughly 64% in last year.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Write ‘proportion of owned and rented households’ instead of ‘household in owned and rented’. Your overall is wrong you have repeated renting accommodation twice. Do not write like this ‘figure of ratio of’ because figure and ratio both represent numbers hence cannot written together. ‘households in owned accommodation stood at nearly 77%’ is wrong, 77% is for rented accommodation, please interpret the chart carefully. We are afraid that you might have made the similar mistake in your exam by interchanging numbers of different bar graphs which could explain your band score, because your English has definitely improved there is not doubt in that but if you make mistakes in numbers then that is considered a huge mistake because it shows that you have not understood the task completely. ‘almost 68% in 1939 and 1953’ same mistake 68% is for rented houses not owned. Please take note if this mistake because it is considered a blunder in task 1.

  42. Rinal kansara says:

    Ok sir I will note these mistakes and I will not repeat it again.i will try my best.sir u have not checked my task 2 of this test.plz check it sir.

  43. Rinal kansara says:

    Sir I summit I submitted again task 2 yesterday.did u get it sir?

  44. Preetham says:

    The chart illustrates about the percentage of households in owned and rented accommodation in England and Wales for the period 1918 to 2011.
    Overall, the households owned and rented followed a different trend during the course of period.Furthermore percentage of households in rented accommodation were highest during first few years and was later replaced by the owned accommodations.
    Households in owned accomadations started around 20% at the year 1918 and from then had a substantial increment of 10%(on an average) upto 1991.However there was not much change in 2011 when compared to the year 1991.Atlast it had a slight decrement in the year 2011(around 65%).While the households in rented accommodations started off at a high rate but it decreased in the following year(1939) and there wasnt much change in 1953(just above 65%).From then there was fall in percentage upto the year 2001 and a had little increament in the year 2011.
    At the start of the period percentage of households in rented accommodations was highest when compared to owned accoomodations from 1918 to 1961. In the year 1971, household percentage in owned and rented accommodations were same(50%). However percentage of households in owned accommodations surpassed the households in rented accommodations in the year 1981 until 2011.
    Can you please check my answer and give me feedback how can i improve my answer

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘households in rented accommodation were highest’ always use the with words like highest and lowest. When comparing only two things it is recommended to us the word higher or more instead of highest. ‘and was later replaced’ is grammatically wrong it should be in the later period. 20% in the year 1918 not at the year. Avoid writing anything in bracket. Avoid using short forms such as wasn’t. Your basic knowledge of the language seems fine but you need to work on small mistakes which you have repeated several times in this task. Do not worry it definitely improve with time if you keep practicing regularly and implement our feedback in your writing.

  45. Madhav says:

    The bar chart gives the information about the percentage of people leave in own house and rented house in England and Wales from 1918 to 2011.
    Overall the percentage of people live in rented houses has decreased. while,the percentage of households in owned accommodation as increased.

    In 1918 the percentage of people lived in rented houses was nearly at 80% by 1913 it has decline approximately to 68% and it was same till 1953 after that it has kept on decreasing and reach to 30% by 2001. From 2001 to 2011 it has nearly to 40%.
    Meanwhile, the people in own houses was very less in 1918 that is it was nearly at 25% and from 1939 to 2001 it has drastically increased nearly to 70% .From 2001 to 2011 there was downward Trend and by the end of 2011 it has settled slightly above 60%.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      It is not the percentage of people but the percentage of houses which were rented and owned. ‘leave in own house’ wrong grammatically it should lived in own house. You have used present tense in several places which is wrong since the data is from past. Please watch our tutorial on how to attempt task 1 and improve your attempt. The link for the tutorial is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  46. Preetham says:

    Technology is the one that is driving the whole world a step further day by day.With the advancement of technology in almost every aspect people have many choices to choose let it be their career or the things that satisfy daily needs of their life.Its true and i agree that people have many options to choose considering various aspects of their life’s.
    Considering the most important phase in everyone’s life is when they take the decision to choose their career.One is free to choose his own career .If one does not succeed or loose interest in the path that he has decided to go,with plenty of options available he can opt to go in a different direction even if he has no prior knowledge of it as he can learn through many online websites that help with the scratch work required to a start a new career.Furthermore career is not the only one that has got many choices.People have got many choices available to choose the way they live,dress,eat,communicate with others.Having plenty of options has made life easy.
    While,having too many options comes with many disadvantages too.People will rely on alternate choices that are available to select and thus immediately changing the direction without even considering the possibility of happening the choice they have first chosen.To be successful hard work is the only way to achieve it but one may aspire to take shortcut with many choices available.Cognitive levels of people will come down by depending too much on the options available, for instance if we have to save a phone number people used to remember many numbers but now each person has his own mobile which full fills the purpose of saving the phone numbers.Nowadays,people have become so lazy that even there is a restaurant just few meters away with the availability of ordering food in online they use it every time even if it is not necessary to use .
    Advancement of technology will always lead people in two ways.Firstly to use it when needed and secondly exploiting it.It is not compulsory to avail the options available they only help in the time of need.
    Can you evaluate my answer.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Advancement in technology not of technology. Do not write short forms like its, write it is. Many options to choose ‘from’. Lives’ not life’s. ‘Considering the most important phase in everyone’s life is when they take the decision to choose their career’ this sentence has ended abruptly, starting with considering means there should be a second part to this sentence. ‘plenty of options available’, options are available. ‘career is not the only one that has got many choices’ wrong way to write, career is not a person who can choose. ‘While,having too many options comes with many disadvantages too’ this sentence should not start with while, rather write on the other hand. You need to inculcate better vocabulary because your current writing is very simple.

  47. Tanveer Ali says:

    Hello sir, Please assess my writing and also assingn me an ielts band for it so i can see where i am currently residing. Thanks
    The chart depicts the ratio of the population either living in rented or in their own houses in two states during period of 1918 to 2011.
    Overall, the dark color is representing people residing in rented homes while the light color bar tells us about population owning houses. On the Y-axis, we have been given the percentages while x-axis shows the respective years (1918-2011) for both type of residences.
    In more depth, the ratio of people owning house was just below the 80% in year of 1918 which gradually decreased to almost 30% in 2001 but again on rise in 2011. On the other hand, portion of population enjoying their own residence increased with the passage of time from around 20% in 1918 to just near to 70%; however, this pace of continuous increase suddenly dropped down to again about 60% in 2011.
    More interestingly, the part of people living in both personal or rented accommodations came to equilibrium (50%) in 1971.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘Overall, the dark color is representing people residing in rented homes while the light color bar tells us about population owning houses’ it is wrong way to write. Overall should give the major trend in the chart and there is no need to mention which color represents what the examiner already knows that. Same this with axis, these are redundant information. ‘but again on rise in 2011’ but again rose in 2011. You need to make a lot improvement in your attempt for that please watch our tutorial on how to attempt task one it will help you to improve your writing style. The link to the tutorial is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  48. Robert says:

    Please, could you give me a band score? Thanks in advance.

    The bar chart allows us to see the proportion of households who rented or owned an accommodation between the years 1918 and 2011 in England and Wales.

    We can notice that in the second decade of the twentieth century, the percentage in rented houses was very impressive, unlike the percentage in owned houses that was approximately over the 20 percent. After this decade, the percentage in owned accommodation increased, while that in rented decreased, staying stable until the middle of century.

    Since the end of 1953, each percentage starts to follow two different trends.
    The proportion in owned accommodation begins to increase rapidly, reaching the 70 percent of households in England and Wales among the years 1991 and 2001.
    On the other hand, the trend relative to rented houses decreased with the same inclination, until it stopped about over the 30 percent in the same years where the owned percentage was stable at 70 percent. Next these years, there was a reversal trend: rented proportion increased and that in owned decreased.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘the percentage in rented houses was very impressive’ percentage of not in. ‘over the 20 percent’ the is redundant here. You have used present in some verbs like begins. You need to work on your sentence formation because the structure of your sentences is not proper and it is repetitive. Please watch our tutorial on how to attempt Task 1 it will help you immensely to improve your writing style. The link to the lesson is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  49. jazzzz says:

    The bar chart depicts the popularity of owned house and rented house in England and wales during the period of almost century , from 1918 to 2011.
    Overall, first glimpse at graph reveals that there were more number of rented houses in 1918 and owned houses were more popular in 2011.
    In 1918, percentage of house owners was least at around 23 percent. From 1918 to 1991, there was a constant rise in owned houses and reached its peak value in 1991 at around 68. In 1992, no difference was observed and percentage remains same as that of 1991. However, it fell by few percentage in 2011 and settled at around 64 percent.
    Rented houses were popular choice from 1918 to 1961. 78 percent of house were rented in 1918 followed by 68 percent in 1939 and 1953. After that rented houses showed a stiff reduction till 2001 at around 32 percent. However, during 2011 it bounced back and settled at around 36.In 1971, both type of houses were equally popular.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Always use the with words like least, most. 68? % sign is missing here. You have used present tense with remains which is wrong because data is from past. You cannot write 68 percent exactly, use nearly or approximately because it is not given exactly 68% in graph. The structure of the essay is not coherent with jumping years and mentioning 2011 data first and 1971 later. Please watch our tutorial on how to attempt task 1 it will help you to improve your attempt the link is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  50. Aakarsh Goel says:

    Above visualization illustrates the percentage of households in owned and rented accommodation in England and Wales between the period of 1918 and 2011.

    Initially, in the 1920s to 1970s, only 20 to 40 percent of people own households, which shows that fewer people could own a house or a place of accommodation. It shows that most of the wealth belonged to a smaller percentage of the people.

    Gradually with time, due to industrialization and development jobs were augmenting and wealth distribution started getting slightly even hence more people purchased households for themselves, and in the 1980s to 2010s household owning percentage increased up to 70 percent and renting accommodation decreased to 30. From 2011 there is a slight increase in rented accommodations after four decades i.e., around 5 percent. Finally, we can conclude from the figure that rented accommodations was decreasing from many decades. Now it’s again increasing, and that is an indication of the new era of development in the countries.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      You cannot write above visualization because there is no chart on answer sheet for examiner to see. Do not write like 1920s some examiners consider it informal way of writing. You have used present tense in task which is wrong since data is from past, big mistake. Do not give you own interpretation in task 1 ‘due to industrialization and development jobs were augmenting’ this is unnecessary information and is not given in the chart. Please watch our tutorial on task 1 it will help you to improve your attempt immensely, its link is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  51. Wallsall says:

    The chart represents the percentage of people who owned their houses and otherwise people who ranted accommodation in two of European countries ( England and Wales) from 1918 to 2011.

    In the beginning of 1918, households in ranted accommodation was above than 75 percent and that meant there were many people who didn’t owned their houses. In the same year, people who owned their houses were approximately 22 percent. Fortunately in 1917 the percentage of households in owned and rented was exactly the same and that seemed very impressive. I said that ,because many people could offer their houses and reduced the amount of people who rented their houses. A lot of houses were owned by their owner and that made people invested their money and incomes. The best thing have ever happened in England and Wales was in 2011. The percentage of households owned accommodations increased for more than 60 percent and that was a huge jump between 1918 and 2011 in living way and that meant the way of living changed and reached the highest level of people who owned their houses. Households decreased around 40 percent that why I said it was huge jump and good development.

    In general, the way of living in England and Waled was changed fast between 1918 and 2011 and that affection was reflected on the population. The people who owned their houses increased more in the last four years in the chart, otherwise the people who rented accommodation decreased to less than 35 percent.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Rented not ranted. Do not write countries name in brackets. Above than is wrong phrase either use above or more than 75 percent. Never use short forms like didn’t. Fortunately? never give meaning to data in task 1, you should simply explain what is presented in the chart. You have repeated this mistake several times in this task. Please watch our lesson on task 1 and try to remove these mistakes and attempt again. The link to the lesson is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  52. Mash says:

    The bar graph shows the type of household ownership in England and Wales from 1918 to 2011. Overall, there was an increased percentage of citizen who bought their own houses overtime and there was an inverse changed to the percentage of those who preferred to rent.
    In 1918, approximately 80% of the population was renting contributing to the largest proportion that year which whittled down to nearly 70% each in both years, 1931 and 1953 respectively. By 1961, it declined to almost 60% which further decrease to 50% by 1971. In this year, there are equal proportions of those who rented and bought their own house. Gradual decrease of citizens renting happened on succeeding years but eventually had a rebound in 2011 ending by 35%. This is still statistically low compared to the early years.
    On the other hand, it was also in 1981 when the smallest proportion of the population had recorded. Only more than 20% citizens had their own house and this proportion started to gradually increase in the following years. It was on 2011 when it had the highest percentage of citizens reaching to approximately 70%. Additionally, it had a considerably decline by nearly 4% in 2011 but still considered high compared to those who rented.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘was an increased percentage of’ was an increase in percentage of. ‘ approximately 80% of the population was renting contributing to the largest proportion’ this sentence is grammatically wrong. ‘further decrease to 50%’ decreased to. ‘there are equal proportions’ were not are because data is of past. ‘happened on succeeding years’ happened in succeeding years not on. ‘ending by 35%’ ending at 35%. ‘when the smallest proportion of the population had recorded’ for which category. ‘It was on 2011’ it was in 2011. ‘when it had the highest percentage of citizens’ again this is not correct formation of the sentence.

  53. Aisha says:

    The bar chart illustrates the percentage of households both in owned and rented accommodation in England and Wales in the period of 1918 and 2011. As it can be clearly seen that situation was changing throughout the years, the number of rental housing decreased, while house ownership became more common.
    According to the data provided, at the 1918 just under 80% and approximately 22% of people preferred renting and owning accommodation respectively, thereby making up the highest and the lowest rate for the entire period of time. The percentage of citizens having their own house gradually increased and in 1971 its rate maintained the same level as percentage of renters, whose number meanwhile declined.
    Since then, percentage of English and Welsh people possessing their own apartment swiftly climbed to roughly 70% and reached its peak in 2001 and insignificantly declined to nearly 63% in 2011. The reverse trend is true for rented accommodation’s rate, which was reducing to well under 35% in 2001 and slightly rose to 37% in 2011.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘at the 1918’ in 1918. ‘insignificantly declined to nearly 63% in 2011’ decrease of 7 percentage point is not insignificant. ‘trend is true for’ was true not is because data is of past. ‘which was reducing to well under 35% in 2001’ which reduced to not reducing to.

  54. Aisha says:

    Thank you

  55. Aisha says:

    Without a doubt, with the advent of 21st century and the development of science and technology Humankind daily faces abundance in almost every aspect of their life. Thanks to scientists efforts we have great variety of choices, which can easily fulfill any desires and needs of the most sophisticated customers. However, some people believe that so many options distract and confuse purchaser from making any decision. In this essay I will consider the validity of these viewpoints and present my opinion on this issue.
    To begin with, it is important to understand that nowadays we have immense variety of products for almost every taste. With globalization competitiveness between companies increase, one type of product can be made by different manufacturers, as a result, we have different forms of good in supermarket’s shelves. The diversity of choices has several significant benefits, such as possibility of selecting the best product in both quality and price. It also gives person the opportunity to express themselves with buying things that can suit them.
    Nevertheless, the fact that this abundance can interfere with customers, preventing them from purchasing products, should not be forgotten. Scientific researchers have proved that a large number of products can distract person’s attention, making them spend more time on deciding, and eventually lead to not buying anything at all.
    Taking into account the above points, in conclusion I would like to agree with this statement. Indeed, people nowadays have too many choices, which can sometimes mislead and misguide them from achieving their initial goals. But we have to get used to it, so our life will be easier and more comfortable.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘Humankind’ humankind with small h. ‘scientists efforts’ scientists’ efforts. ‘competitiveness between companies increase’ between companies has increased. Overall it is a very good attempt with very few mistakes and well structured.

  56. AKSH says:

    The bar graph compares the ratio of people dwelled in a leased and owned accommodation in England and Wales from 1918 to 2011. As is observed, a large proportion of people lived in rented houses till 1961 and this trend has changed from 1981.
    In 1918, 78% of households in England and Wales lived in a rented house while only 22% owned a house. A significant rise in the proportion of house owners were seen in 1939 and it remained unchanged till 1953. In 1971 half of the population of England and Wales lived in their own accommodation. The proportion of people who owned a house soared in the next 4 decades and in 2001, 69% of people owned a house. Though the trend in the ownership of the house was rising, in 2011 there was a decrease of 5% of the population who owned a house as compared to 2001.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘this trend has changed from 1981’ has should not come here. ‘households in England and Wales lived in a rented house’ household did not live, people lived in these houses.

  57. AKSH says:

    Thank you for your valuable comments

  58. Akber says:

    Task -1
    The chart illustrate the comparison of houses owned and rented both in England and Wales in 93 years from 1918 to 2011. The data is presented in percentage.
    In 1918, almost 80% of people rented a house. This was a high percentage compare to owned house which consist of only a little over 20%. However, the percentage of rented houses dropped drastically to only 40% in 1981 and hit it lowest point for about 30% in 2001 before rising again in 2011. On the contrary, the amount of houses owned continuously increasing and hit its highest percentage at slightly below 70% in 2001. In 1918, most people prefer to rent a house than owned it. However the situation changes in 1981 when amount of houses owned is bigger than the amount of houses rented.
    In conclusion, we can say that the trend change and most people today prefer to buy a house than rent it.

    Task -2
    Many people think that there are many alternatives in today’s society. This essay support this point of view. Indeed, people in the modern world have more options than they are who lived in the past.
    Nowadays, more knowledge means more options. For example through the invention of the internet, students can find information about universities from around the globe. This easy access to information give them knowledge to compare different universities and choose the one that best fit them. Compare to students in past who only know about the universities in their country, now they have the opportunity to select where to study from a wide range of choices. And this choices can bring confussion.
    Furthermore, the creativity of people produce variant in everything. For instance, back then the food industry can only produce fresh food, but now people can enjoy canned and frozen food. Advanced technology enable factories to manufacture new types of cars every year. This means wider range of choice for the customer.
    Both advantages and disadvantages rises with this issue of having too many options to choose from. Through this phenomenon, people’s needs could be better addressed. The downside is people often confused by having too many choices, hence they make a wrong choice. Consumerism is another disadvantages that arises with this phenomenon. In my own experience, having many ways to shop makes me buy more than what I need. Now that we can choose from more than 20 brands of sheet masks in an online shopping website, I find myself buy from more than 1 brand.
    To conclude, it is good to have many alternative, but too many choices could make people loose focus, hence make a wrong decision or buy unnecessary things.

  59. gemm says:

    The given bar chart provides information about the number of households in owned and rented building in the United Kingdom from 1918 to 2011. The figures are given in percentage.

    The general overview here is that the number of families owning accommodation was highest in 2001, while in 1918 the percentage of domestics renting house in the UK was biggest during the stated period in question.

    According to the given data, proportion of households that owned accommodation was rose significantly from around at 22 % in 1918 to just under 70% in 2001. despite some fluctuation in 1953. After peaking at 69% the following year, proportion of people who owned their house was declined to approximately 64% in 2011.

    On the contrary, the number of families that renting house was decreased gradually from around at 77 % in 1918 to 33 % in 1991, despite some fluctuation in 1939. The year 2001 had a same percentage as 1991, and rising to 36% in the last decade over the given periods.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      always use the with words like highest lowest. ‘accommodation was rose’ was should not come here. ‘house was declined to approximately’ same mistake was in wrong here. ‘families that renting house’ rented not renting and again was should not come here.

      Please watch our tutorial on Task 1 to improve your attempt. The link to the tutorial is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIBUOHdFKII

  60. PASULA JITENDRA . says:

    The chart depicts the proportion of people lived in owned and rented accommodation over the time period from 1918 to 2011 in England and wales
    Overall,many drastic changes had occurred in that perio of time.As the time passed from 1918 the
    Percentage of people lived in rented accommodation has decreased year by year from 75% to 35% and percentage of people living in own houses had increased from 25% to 65%
    In the year 1918 the percentage of people lived in own houses are 25% and in rented houses was 75% the difference is more as time passes in the year 1939 it aws observed that it changed to 32% and 68% respectively.In the year 1971 both the proportions become same.
    In the year 2001 the rented accommodation was decreased to 31% and owned accommodation had increased to 69%.opposing to this trend in the year 2011 owned accommodation was decreased to 62% and rented accommodation has increased to 35%

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘ proportion of people lived in owned’ of people who lived. You have used ‘has’ ‘is’ ‘become’ which is present tense but the data is of past so it is huge grammatical mistake. ‘accommodation was decreased to 62%’ was should not come here.

  61. Idoya Henu says:

    With the advent of technology and globalization, we have far too many options. The shopping brands like Nike are easy to visit and the varied stock can also be purchased online. It cannot be denied the easily available products we have in the market to choose from. I completely agree with the statement and will articulate my view in the proceeding sections.

    The multinational brands have entered the market widely in different countries. We have the convenience to purchase the latest international fashion trends in our nearby stores. They are sold at competitive prices thus providing the end-user with the range of selection. For example, companies like Mooji are setting their market in India which is produced and designed in Japan. The purchaser has the feasibility to experience goods that have completely different backgrounds and cultures. Not to forget the Korean beauty products that have occupied its place in the daily regimen of many women.

    Furthermore, the choices have become available to the buyer without stepping outdoor. The websites based on e-commerce promote the sale of local and foreign items that can be delivered to the address of an individual. Amazon is one such magnificent example, which provides products from different competitors on a single webpage. Access to such numerous category of end-products has become easier than ever before.

    To conclude, it can be reiterated that the variants in the market enable the consumer to buy with enough comparison. The multinational and the commercial websites have allowed the consumers with ease of purchase with different options.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Your English is good with no grammatical mistakes and crisp writing style. But one suggestion, you have focused your entire essay on consumer products, it would have been better if you had mentioned examples from different fields like education and career for example now students have too many career choices which were not available in the past.

  62. Rahul says:

    The graph shows the Households owing to rented accomodation
    in two diffrenent coutries between 1918 to 2011.

    It was observed that in the early 90’s the people who rented the
    Houses are the most as we could see 75% of people rent their accomodation in 1918
    which is gradually decreased by 8% in 1939 and the same in 1953 from where
    there is a constant decrease in the people who rent the place which was
    just 32% in 1991 and 2001 and there is a slight increase by 3% in final year

    The people who owned the accomodation are completely different
    which started with 23% and keeps on increasing to 50% in 1971 in which year
    the people who are renting are the same. The people who rented the place
    are maximum in 2001 which is 69% and there is slight decrease by 3% in the
    final year

    It is clearly shown that the Initially the people who rented their
    houses initialy started to buy the houses as you could see the increase in
    the people who owned the house increase gradually while the people who
    rented their houses decreases

  63. Chika says:

    The bar chart illustrates the proportion of families residing in owned and rented houses in England and Wales between 1918 and 2011.
    Overall, it is evident that the percentage of homeowner increased gradually throughout the period while rented accommodations showed a decline.
    At the beginning, nearly 80% of families were tenants which was three times more than that owned houses in 1918. 20 years later there was a 10 percentage point drop and rise respectively for homeowners and tenants. Between 1939 and 1953 the proportion of both rented and family owned houses levelled off to nearly one-in-seven and one-third respectively. Similarly, there was approximately a 10% fall and rise respectively for households owned and rented accommodation in 1961.
    On the otherhand, the same number of families rented and owned houses which accounted for half. Within the remaining 40years period there was a change in house ownership as more families acquired houses while less lived in rented homes.

  64. Sri Bhav says:

    The bar graph illustrates the proportion of people who are owned and rented accommodation in the counties of England and Wales from the year 1981 until 2011.

    Households who opted for rented residence had a high proportion when compared to owned households. The percentage of households of owned accommodation maintained a steep rise in its rate and toughed a rate of roughly 70% in the year 2001. When a comparison is made between the types of accommodation the strong rate of households was observed with the rented accommodation of approximately 80% of households in the year 1981, but, there is a steep decline in the rented accommodation until 1981, it had maintained a slight downfall in the years 1991 and 2001.

    With respect to the households opted for owned residence it had the lowest rate in 1981, where the rate got skyrocketed from the year 1981 to 1939 and maintained a steady rate without any fluctuations from the year 1939 to 1953. In the year 1971, both the proportions of owned and rented households remained the same.

  65. Harsha says:

    The bar graph illustrates the proportion of people who are owned and rented accommodation in the counties of England and Wales from the year 1981 until 2011.

    Households who opted for rented residence had a high proportion when compared to owned households. The percentage of households of owned accommodation maintained a steep rise in its rate and toughed a rate of roughly 70% in the year 2001. When a comparison is made between the types of accommodation the strong rate of households was observed with the rented accommodation of approximately 80% of households in the year 1981, but, there is a steep decline in the rented accommodation until 1981, it had maintained a slight downfall in the years 1991 and 2001.

    With respect to the households opted for owned residence it had the lowest rate in 1981, where the rate got skyrocketed from the year 1981 to 1939 and maintained a steady rate without any fluctuations from the year 1939 to 1953. In the year 1971, both the proportions of owned and rented households remained the same.

  66. chandu says:

    The bar chart illustrates the data about the percentage of households in owned and rented accomodation in two countries (England and Wales) from 1918 to 2011.
    Overall, the proportion of households in rented accommodation was greater than the households of owned accommodation, the figure significantly dwindled throughout the period. The proportion of residents who owned houses started at a very low rate but gradually it experienced a rapid surge after 1971.
    In 1918, the leased houses were nearly 78% and then dropped to slightly below 70% in 1939 and then remained steady until 1953. After it dramatically declined up to 2001 and continued with a gradual increase to 35% in 2011.
    On the other hand, those who purchased houses were just over 20% in 1918 and then it rose significantly in 1939 and it had some fluctuations, whereas it remains constant with 50% in 1971. However, the figure experienced upward trend, hitting a high point below 70% in 2011.

  67. Nij Sh says:

    Can you evaluate please?

    England and Wales which are considered the two primary economic engines of the United Kingdom economy has seen great advancements in various sectors with the technological advancements in the recent four to five decades. Real estate sector has been no exception with the trends of owning houses changing from 1920s to 2011. This is also clearly illustrated with the statistical graph with data from 1918 to 2011. It can be clearly observed that people are owning their own houses and living in them today as opposed to 1918 where people preferred or had to live in rented accommodations and this can be due to several factors during those times. There has been an upward trend in households owning their own property and this can be due to several factors such as easy mortgage facilities, increase in wages as well as some people prefer and think this sector as a good investment option.
    However, on contrary it’s really surprising to observe that from year 2001 to 2011 this trend has seen to move somewhat to ones in 1918. There can be seen a decline in people living in owned accommodation while people living in rented accommodation have spiked a little as opposed to the previous trend till 2001. But, maybe we can interpret this can be due to factor such as the 2008 global recession where the mortgage and banking sector in United states collapsed and this had an impact globally.
    This graphical illustration, thus gives us a sound understanding of the trend in the real estate sector in England and the Wales.

  68. IELTS MASTER says:

    Hello

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