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The line graph illustrates the number of commodities transported in Britain from 1974 to 2002. Overall, over 28 years, the amount of goods transported by road, water and pipeline had all risen and by road was the most popular transport mode choice.
As can be seen, the quantities of products transported by road represented the highest amount in both first and last years, accounting for 70 and 100 million tones. The figure of goods had been was less than 80 million tons in the first-26-year period before there was a fluctuation, falling and rising between 79 and 100 million tons, from 1990 to 1998 while the lowest was in both years was by pipeline, about 10 and 21 million tons. It increased to 15 million tons in 1981 and then stabilized for 9 years.
By the first 4 years, goods transported by water and train had shared were approximately the same amount, 40 million tons. After 1978, the former sharply rose to 58 million tons in 1974 then remained stable between 1982 and 1994, and reached to 60 million tons and in 2002 while the latter fell into 30 million tons in 14 years afterwards and rose to 40 million tons again.
All in all, 3 kinds of transport in the UK: road, water and rail, underwent an upward trend whereas the other leveled out pipeline figure remained flat.
Estimate IELTS Band: 6.0
IELTS Examiner Comment : Clearly you have excellent trend language but that is not the only requirement. You need to rephrase the variables and introduce your own vocabulary into the task. Words like train, truck, ships, cargo, etc. all need to be included. You have too many numbers in this task as well (million tons × 9)