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Bài viết mẫu IELTS – International tourists behaviour (1950 – 2010) – IELTS Task 1: Multiple

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Bài viết mẫu IELTSInternational tourists behaviour (1950 – 2010) – IELTS Task 1: Multiple

The graphs below show the number of international tourists by month and by year and which regions of the world they visit. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparation where relevant.

The two graphs detail how many million tourists arrived in particular countries around the world. The first chart shows tourist arrivals by month, over a period of one year. In 2010 numbers of tourists started at just under 60 million and rose steadily until they reached a peak of just over 110 million in July.

After that number fell sharply until they reached around 68 million in November. The second graph shows that in 2010 the total number of tourist arrivals reached its peak at 940 million. Overall, the greatest number of tourists flew into Europe, increasing to just under 500 million in 2010. The number of tourists visiting Asia shows a dramatic growth, from around 20 million in 1980 to 200 million in 2010, whereas the increase in tourists visiting the Americas was steadier, increasing from around 50 million in 1980 to approximately 100 million in 2010. The number of tourists in the Middle East and Africa has also grown over the period, peaking at around 30 million in 2010. Overall, despite slight fluctuations in numbers, the number of tourists travelling around the world is increasing.

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