The following sentences describe the graphs in last week's lesson. Two of the sentences contain a small mistake. Can you find the two mistakes?
- In 2008, British parents spent an average of around £20 per month on their children’s sporting activities.
- Parents’ spending on children’s sports was increased gradually over the following six years, and by 2014 the average monthly amount had risen to just over £30.
- The number of British children who played football remained relatively stable over the six-year period, at around 8 to 9 million.
- Swimming rose from approximately 2 million children in 2008 to around 4 million in 2014.
- There was a slight fall in participation in athletics between 2012 and 2014.