Bên cạnh Phân tích bài essay về "The number of visitors in the UK" IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (table), IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Giải đề"The picture below shows the use of renewable energy accounting for the total energy from 1971 to 2006"IELTS WRITING TASK 1(Giải đề thi 9/11/2023)
I. Đề bài
The picture below shows the use of renewable energy accounting for the total energy from 1971 to 2006
II. Kiến thức liên quan
III. Phân tích
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- A quick observation of the graph highlights Finland as the primary user of alternative energy sources over the 35-year period, while the United Kingdom consistently used these resources the least.
- A majority of the six countries demonstrated a rising trend in the utilization of renewable energy throughout the given period.>> IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn PHÂN TÍCH ĐỀ THI 30/5/2020 IELTS WRITING TASK 2 (kèm bài sửa HS đạt 6.5)
- Body 1: Viết về Finland + UK
- Finland initially utilized nearly a quarter of renewable energy in 1971. This figure declined to slightly over 15% by the late 1980s, then gradually rose to match its starting level by 2006, with some fluctuations in between.
- The UK's use of renewable energy surged from 1% in 1971 to nearly 5% by 2006.
- Body 2: Viết về Denmark + France + US + Germany
- Among the six countries examined, Denmark secured the second position in employing renewable sources, fluctuating between 10% and 15%.
- In 1971, France relied on 8% renewable resources, which experienced slight fluctuations and eventually increased to about 11% by 2006. >> IELTS TUTOR có hướng dẫn kĩ PHÂN TÍCH ĐỀ THI THẬT TASK 2 (dạng advantages & disadvantages) NGÀY 04/8/2020 IELTS WRITING GENERAL MÁY TÍNH (kèm bài được sửa hs đi thi)
- Notably, the most significant rise in utilizing these unconventional energy sources occurred in the USA, soaring from 2% to 16% over the given 35-year period.
- Germany commenced at a 5% use of renewable energy in 1976, displaying moderate growth and reaching approximately 10% by 2006.