If you've read my advice about how to write an introduction for writing task 1, you'll know that we simply paraphrase the question statement (we rewrite it using different words). A good idea would be to go through all of my sample task 1 reports, and make a list of paraphrased items.
Working back from my most recent lesson, here's some paraphrasing that I used in my introductions:
- graph = line graph
- trends in = changes in
- US consumption = consumption in the United States
- chart = flow chart (also: bar chart, pie chart, table)
- the process of paper recycling = how paper is recycled
- the diagram = the figure
- shows = illustrates
- to produce forecasts = to forecast
- shows = compares
- the total number = the overall number
- various mobile phone features = different functions of mobile phones
- maps show = diagrams illustrate
- an island before and after = some changes to an island
See if you can continue this list. I'm sure you'll find it useful to have a large paraphrasing repertoire.