Bên cạnh Phân tích bài essay về "The number of visitors in the UK" IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (table), IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Phân tích"The graph below shows the types of transport used by tourists who visited New Zealand from five countries in 2004."IELTS WRITING TASK 1(Đề thi IELTS 23/6/2023)
I. Đề bài
The graph below shows the types of transport used by tourists who visited New Zealand from five countries in 2004.
II. Kiến thức liên quan
III. Phân tích
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- Among British, German, and Australian tourists, the coach was the least favored mode of transport, while the Japanese and Koreans showed the least inclination towards using ferries.
- Body 1: Car + Coach
- Approximately 60% of British tourists, and around 52%, 50%, and 45% of German, Korean, and Australian tourists, respectively, chose to use cars to explore different locations in New Zealand.
- In contrast, the lowest percentage of Japanese tourists (25%) opted for car travel within New Zealand. >> IELTS TUTOR lưu ý Cách dùng"by contrast/in contrast/in contrast to sth"
- A similar percentage of British and German tourists (20%) utilized coach transportation, whereas Koreans were almost twice as likely (40%) to use coaches compared to British and German tourists.
- Japanese tourists had the highest percentage of coach usage (52%), while only 8% of Australian tourists relied on this mode of transportation.
- Body 2: Air + Ferry
- Japanese tourists exhibited a strong preference for air travel, with roughly 55% utilizing air transport. >> IELTS TUTOR lưu ý Cách dùng & Word form của "preference / prefer"
- Air travel was also popular among 35% of British tourists, 30% of Korean tourists, and 25% of German tourists.
- However, only 11% of Australian tourists chose air transport.
- The ferry was used by nearly 48% of German tourists and 35% of British tourists.
- On the other hand, Japanese and Korean tourists each accounted for less than 15% of ferry users, and Australian tourists were also in this range.