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Đề thi ielts writing task 1 (thi trên máy) của một bạn báo về. Nhìn thì không khó, nhưng để đạt được band 8+ thì không dễ đâu nhỉ. Cùng tham khảo bài mẫu cho dạng đề ielts writing task 1 tables này nhé.
Câu hỏi IELTS Writing Task 1: The table above shows the percentage of mobile phone owners using various mobile phone features. Write a report of at least 150 words, summarizing the information and making comparisons where relevant.
Suggested answer for band 7.5+:
The table gives information about the proportion of mobile phone users that used different features on their phones in 2006, 2008, and 2010.
Overall, making phone calls was the most commonly used feature, while searching the internet and recording video became much more popular once they became available in 2008.
In 2006 and 2008, all phone owners used their phones to make calls, although this figure dropped slightly to 99 percent in 2010. The next most popular feature was texting, which had a small increase over the period, climbing from 73 percent of users in 2006 to 79 percent in 2010. Taking photos also had a similar rise, with a 10 percent increase from 66 to 76 percent over the four years shown.
The biggest increases were for the remaining features. Playing games and playing music both more than doubled in popularity. The percentage of people playing games on their phones was 17 percent in 2006 and just over 40 percent in 2010 while playing music grew from about one-eighth of phone users to a little over a quarter.
Finally, searching the internet was unavailable in 2006 to 73 percent of phone owners using this feature in 2010. While recording video also became a new feature simultaneously, only around one-third of people used this feature by 2010.
Suggested answer for band 8.5+:
The table summarizes the changes in the most-used mobile phone features in three different years: 2006, 2008, and 2010.
A brief examination of the table reveals that, while commonplace phone activities such as making calls and sending texts were the most frequently used features, there were significant increases in less traditional uses of mobile phones.
The entirety of phone owners made calls on their devices in 2006 and 2008, although the percentage dipped slightly to 99 percent in 2010. After that, texting was a function used by about three-quarters of phone users, with a small increase over the period shown.
Just behind texting, the ability to take photos was a feature employed by 66 percent of mobile owners in 2006, and by 2010 this figure had grown to 76 percent, making it almost as popular as texting. Searching the internet also had similar levels of popularity in 2010, despite not being available until 2008. Another new feature implemented in 2008 was recording video, which was used by just over a third of people by 2010.
Finally, using mobile for entertainment purposes, specifically playing games and listening to music, became considerably more popular, with both frequencies more than doubling. The former rose from 17 percent to 41 percent, while the latter climbed from around one-eighth to just over a quarter.
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