# How describe multiple graphs in IELTS?

## How describe multiple graphs in IELTS?

How to Answer Multiple Diagrams for IELTS Writing Task 1

- Analyse the question.
- Identify the major features.
- Remember the 4 paragraph structure.
- Paraphrase the question sentence.
- Write an Overview paragraph.
- Write the Body paragraph 1.
- Write the Body paragraph 2.

## How graph is described in IELTS exam?

Steps: How to write IELTS Line Graphs Put all main trends in an overview statement – this should be contained in one paragraph. do not divide your key points into different paragraphs. Make sure you include the main increases and decreases shown.

**How many graphs are there in ielts?**

The IELTS academic exam writing task 1 consists of 6 types of charts such as process diagrams, maps, bar charts, pie charts, tables or line graphs.

### How do you start to describe a graph?

How to begin a description

- Let me show you this bar graph…
- Let’s turn to this diagram…
- I’d like you to look at this map…
- If you look at this graph, you will notice…
- Let’s have a look at this pie chart…
- If you look at this line chart, you will understand…
- To illustrate my point, let’s look at some charts…

### How do you describe a double line graph?

A double line graph is a line graph with two lines connecting points to show a continuous change. Just like a line graph, the lines can ascend and descend in a double line graph. A double line graph has two axes.

**How do you describe graphs and charts?**

Describing language of a graph

- UP: increase / rise / grow / went up / soar / double / multiply / climb / exceed /
- DOWN: decrease / drop / fall / decline / plummet / halve / depreciate / plunge.
- UP & DOWN: fluctuate / undulated / dip /
- SAME: stable (stabilised) / levelled off / remained constant or steady / consistent.

#### How many types of graphs are there in IELTS?

#### How do you describe a pie chart and a bar graph?

Pie charts show how much each category represents as a proportion of the whole, by using a circular format with different-sized “slices” for different percentages of the whole. Bar graphs use a series of rectangular bars to show absolute values or proportions for each of the categories.