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Bài viết mẫu IELTSThe changes in literacy rates in an African country (1950 – 2010) – IELTS Task 1: Multiple

The graphs below show the changes in literacy rates in an African country between 1950 and 2010. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparation where relevant.

The four graphs show the literacy rate changes amongst three age categories from 1950-2010 in an African country.

In 1950, it is clear that the youngest age group (0-20) is the lowest in terms of literacy (around 25%). The next group (21-40) showed a significantly higher percentage than their younger countrymen with the oldest group (41-60) having the highest literacy rate (40%)- The 1970 graph indicates a dramatic change in the literacy rates of the 0-20 age group (from around 25% to 50%). The other two age groups also increased but not so dramatically (21-40 to 45% and 41-60 to 50%).


1990 saw continued growth in all three age groups. For the first time, the youngest age group (0-20) led the literacy rates (8096) with 21-40 (around 7596) and 41-60 (around 6596) following behind. 2010 shows that a very healthy improvement in literacy rates across all age groups is expected. Both 0-20 and 21-40 expect a 100% literacy rate with 41-60 showing around 9596 – an excellent future result!
The graphs show a continuous, steady upward trend across all three age groups.

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