Bài mẫu IELTS Writing Task 1 Band 7
The given bar charts indicate the amount of money that people in 3 countries in Europe, namely France, Germany and England, spent on food and other products in 1998 and 2008.
It can be seen that those three countries saw significant increases in national purchasing power for both nourishment and other types of goods.
In 1998, French citizens allocated 15% and only around 10% of their income to buying foodstuffs and other goods, respectively. After 10 years, those figures dramatically climbed to a similar number of 40%. In Germany, there was a mild difference of 5% between the percentages of income allotted to food commodities in 1998, with 25%, and 2008, with 30%. The numbers for the other category were approximately 5% lower during the same years.
Regarding England, buyers spent only 10% on food in 1998 and 15% in 2008. Meanwhile, the figure for other goods experienced a surge from about 8% in the year 1998 and 35% in 2008.