IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 - Vocabulary for Line Graphs

December 5, 2017 | Author: betterIELTS | Category: Phrase, Verb, Adverb, Linguistic Typology, Syntactic Relationships
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Academic IELTS writing Task 1 – vocabulary to describe movement in line graphs Recommended Use: Print page 4, 5, and 6 on the backs of pages 1, 2, and 3, then cut out the cards. The back of ‘noun 1’ graph should have ‘noun 1’ answer. Use the cards to test yourself on the different words and expressions. Try to apply the vocabulary to different graphs and add different adverbs (steadily, slowly, etc) and adjective (sharp, sudden, etc.). Remember, you can improve the quality of your writing by using a variety of expressions and structures.

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noun 3

noun 4

noun 5

noun 6

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phrase 3

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phrase 5

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noun 1 There was a [steady] fall…

There was some [significant] fluctuation…

There was a [significant] drop… There was a [steady] decline…

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noun 3 There was a [steady] rise…

There was a [two-year] plateau…

There was a [stable] increase… There was [significant] growth…

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noun 5

… reached a peak…

There was a [long] period of stability…

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verb 2

[Costs] fell [steadily]…

[Prices] fluctuated…

The number dropped [significantly]…

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verb 3 verb 4 The numbers rose quickly… The amount of … plateaued… The amount of … increased [steadily]… www.better-ielts.com www.better-ielts.com

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verb 5

It peaked…

The numbers stabilized…

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phrase 2

phrase 1

The numbers showed some fluctuation/variation…

We see there was a downward trend… The number of … hit the lowest point…

phrase 4 They reached a plateau…

phrase 3 There was an upward trend

Numbers leveled off…

phrase 6 The amount of … reached a peak…

phrase 5 The amount remained stable/constant

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