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The graph demonstrates a survey carried out in the USA on people's spending on cell phone and land line phone services over a decade from 2001-2010.Discuss the trends and make a comparison if needed.

The line graph show the amount of selling on mobile phone and land phone services in the USA between the years 2001 and 2010. It can be clearly seen the spending on cell phone had dramatically growth for last decade. However, the residential phone services had a gradual decline to stead at just around 350 dollar in the 2010.

Hi,

Can someone please assist.

In listening section,there is a conversation in which the speaker says he has forgotten to cancel an appointment and later says it was a dentist appointment.
So if we have a ques which says what has the speaker forgotten ?
Then would it be incorrect to write cancel dentist appointment if we have a limit of 3 words for the answer.Or is it mandatory to write cancel an appointment?

Thanks

The line graph illustrates the average amount of dollars spent for mobile and residentail phones by Americans over a period of ten years,from 2001 to 2010.Itis clearly apparent that usage of cells phones streadily increased over a decade. While trend of residential phone steeply decreased.

Your question doesn't make sense JD. This is a task 1 writing.

The line graph compares the amount of money spent on two different phone services in the US between 2001 to 2010.
It is noticeable that cell phone services increased dramatically. By contrast, home phone services saw an opposite trend , fell over the period shown.

i m sorry i know this is writing task 1..i had this question for listening section and posted here by mistake.can anyone please take a look and suggest.

The line gragh compares average annual spending on mobile phone and residential phone services in the U.S.A between 2001 and 2010.
It is clear that average spending on cell phone rose over the period, while land phone services expenditure fell.

The line graph compares average yearly spending on mobile phone and residential phone services in the USA between 2001 and 2010. It can be clearly seen that the amount of money spent on mobile service dramatically decreased as the residential service spending quickly rose over the period shown.

The line graph compares average yearly spending on mobile phone and residential phone services in the USA between 2001 and 2010. It can be clearly seen that the amount of money spent on home phone service dramatically decreased as the mobile service spending quickly rose over the period shown.

The line graph conveys the information on the average expenditure spending on cell phone and resident phone services of the American on the annual basis between 2001 and 2010.

It can be intepretted that the average spending on land line phone services had decreased steadily , while spending on mobile phone had dramatically increased over the decade.

The line graph shows the average yearly expenditure on mobile phones and landline phones over a ten-year period from 2001 to 2010.

The graph line shows the yearly average spending on landlines phone and mobile services by American consumers between the years 2001 and 2010.

It can be clearly seen that over the whole period of ten years the amount of expenditure on cell phone rose significantly while the average spending on the landlines phone considerably decreased. It is also noticeable that the levels of spending in 2006 were similar for both type of phone.

In 2001, the spending average on landlines phones was nearly $700 while it was only around $ 200 on cell phone services. Over the following five years, amount annual spending on landlines fell gradually to reach at just above $500 whereas expenditure on mobiles increase rapidly by approximately $ 300. By 2010, expenditure on mobile phones had reached around $750, while the figure for spending on residential services had fallen to just over half this amount.

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