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The pie chart above shows the tourists distribution in percentage,along with a break down, to a number of popular tourist attractions in Britain, in 1999.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 08:40
The pie diagram illustrates the popular tourist places in Britain visited by tourists in 1999, as well as a detail proportion for different theme parks that tourists visited.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 08:54
The pie chart illustrates four different categories of tourist attractions in Britain (1999) for visitors, namely Museum and Galleries, Historic Houses and Monuments, Wildlife Parks and Zoos and Theme Parks.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 09:00
The chart gives information about the various kinds of destinations visited by tourists who traveled to Britain in 1999.
Overall, it is clear that theme parks and museums & galleries were the two most common choices among tourists who visited Britain. By contrast, places of historical and natural importance, such as monuments and zoos, received much less attention from travelers.
As the most popular choice, theme parks attracted 38% of tourists who came to Britain in 1999. Of which, nearly half of them went to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, while 17% and 16% opted for Alton Towers and Pleasureland, Southport respectively. In the meantime, one fifth of them went to the other two theme parks, collectively.
Looking at other types of destinations, we can easily see that museums and galleries was the second most common place of interest, accounted for 37% of all travelers going to Britain in 1999. While historic houses and monuments was visited by 16% of the tourists, wildlife parks and zoos was the least popular choice among visitors with only about one tenth of them going there.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 09:40
The pie chart illustrates that distribution of visitors to different types of tourist attractions in Britain,1999
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 10:51
The pie chart describes the percentages of the visitors to four kinds of popular tourist spots in Britain in 1999, as well as the further proportions of tourists who visits he theme park.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 11:42
The following pie chart shows the percentage of the tourists visiting places of interest in Great Britain in 1999.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 12:37
The pie chart compares the four tourist attractions in Britain in terms of distribution of visitors in 1999
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 13:05
The pie graph shows the percentage of people visited in four different areas of interest in the UK in 1999, and the proportion of tourists visited various theme parks in detail.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 14:05
Can we use 'footfall' for the number of people visiting any place?
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 14:06
The pie graph illustrates the percentage of people visited different areas of attraction in the UK in 1999, as well as a detail proportion of different theme park visitors in the same year.
It is clear that majority of people preferred to go to the museums and theme parks. It is also noticeable that Blackpool remained the most popular destination for the majority of that year.
In 1999, while almost 38 % of tourists spent their leisure time in museums and galleries, only 9% were those who chose to go to parks and zoos. The figure for visitors came to see monuments and historic areas of interest was around one-sixth of the total.
Regarding the percentage of visitors to different theme parks, approximately half of them spent their free time at Blackpool pleasure beach. Alton towers and Southport pleasure land accounted for almost 17 %. However, a small proportion (10%) enjoyed at Chessington world of adventure and Legoland in the given period.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 15:00
The pie chart illustrates data about the attractions of various touristic placesin the Uk in the year 1999.The bar compares the percentages of theme parks in Britain.
Thursday, January 05, 2017 at 20:24
The pie chart illustrates the proportion of tourists to five fields in Britain,1999 and shows the constitutions of the largest percentages among five fields,theme parks.
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 00:45
The pie chart gives information about the percentage of people who visited various types of tourist spots in the UK in 1999.
PRASAD GANDHAM |
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 00:58
The pie chart shows the percentages of visitors to a variety of tourist spots in Britain in 1999, with a detailed comparison of visits to different theme parts.
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 02:19
The pie chart shows the percentage of foreigners visiting 4 different places of interest in GB in the year 1999, with a further classification of attraction breaks at theme park.
Rio Indonesia |
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 02:44
The pie chart shows the percentage of visitors who has been appealed to each type of places in Britain, 1999.
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 02:51
Hlo Dear Simon
I have confusion in overall view in writing task 1
Where we should write the overall view
In second paragraph or in final
Which is good for getting high score
Thx and replay soon
Avtar dhillon |
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 03:15
The pie chart shows the percentage of different Britain attractions visited by tourists in 1999, and a further breakdown of the percentage of theme parks.
Vic (from Penang) |
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 04:22
The pie chart compares the amount of travellers who choose various interesting resorts and the bar shows the specific choices made by those interested in theme parks in the UK,1999.
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 04:58
The given pie chart provides the information about travellers distribution in various types of tourist attractions in the UK in 1999.
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 05:04
The pie chart provides information about the proportion of visitors visiting various tourist places ( theme parks, museums and galleries, historic houses, wild park and zoo) in Britain, in the year 1999 and a detailed description of the number of people visited theme parks.
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 05:13
The pie chart shows the percentage of people visit four different kinds of attraction in Britain in the year 1999 . It is clear that, large number of tourists prefer to choose theme parks which have 5 types of areas
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 08:16
Don't use 'footfall'. It is a very specific word that is only used in certain situations.
It makes no difference to your score if you write your overview second or last.
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 09:34
Thank you so very much for your kind advice. I would be careful :)
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 15:24
The pie chart illustrates the influence of people towards four different places(theme park,meuseum,wildlife parks,historic houses and monuments)in terms of percentage in 1999,located in Great Britan.
Friday, January 06, 2017 at 20:48
Here is my introduction and overview:
The pie chart illustrates the percentage of sightseers visiting four different tourist destinations in England in 1999. Overall, theme park is the most appealing destination, while wildlife parks and zoos attract the fewest tourists of all.
Saturday, January 07, 2017 at 03:26
The pie chart illustrates the different types of tourist attractions that visitors contribute more to in British in 1999. And, the Other chart shows which theme parks were more popular to the visitors among theme parks
Saturday, January 07, 2017 at 07:12
The above graph illustrates the different places visited in proportion to the number of visitors who visited Britain in 1999 with elaborating the different percentages of different places of theme parks.
Saturday, January 07, 2017 at 09:31
The pie chart provides information about the percentage of people who visited various tourist destinations in Britain during 1999.
Overall, it is seen that though Museums $ Galleries and the theme parks were the major choices of attraction of visitors, Blackpool pleasure beach was the most popular destination.
It is seen that theme parks and Museums $ Galleries had more or less an equal and highest percentage of visitors at 38%. At the same time, the percentage of visitors to historic houses $ monuments was only less than half the percentage of people who visited museum and theme parks. It is also noticed that Wildlife parks and zoo accounted for the lowest percentage of tourists at only 9%.
Turning to the breakdown of people who visited different theme parks, Blackpool pleasure beach received nearly half the total proportion of visitors who visited theme park. Meanwhile, a moderate proportion of people were attracted towards Alton towers and Pleasureland at around 17% which was more than that the people who visited Chessington world of adventure and LEGOLAND by 7% each.
Saturday, January 07, 2017 at 18:39
The pie shows us the information about the attractions that tourists visited in Britain in 1999. We can learn from the data which places were more popular and which were less widely accepted.
Saturday, January 07, 2017 at 19:28
The pie chart shown above gives information about the proportions of different kinds of attractions that visitors chose to go in Britain,1999.
In general,4 major tourist destinations make up the pie. Historic House and Monuments, Wildlife Parks and Zoos which is 16% and 9% repspectively, sum up a quarter of Visitors' options.
More than the summation of the previous two attractions, the rest two, namely Museum and Gallery, and Theme Parks compose the rest of the chart.Nearly 4 tenths, Museum and Gallery takes 37%. And one percent higher than it, the Theme parks were the most popular among the tourists. Apparently, in 1999,the Theme park was the top choice when people came to visit Britain.
To break down this biggest part of the pie, the classification of theme park is shown at the side in a bar chart. It can be seen that around a half of people would visit Blackpool pleasure beach, as its percentage is 47%. Moderately, the people who were attracted to visit Alton towers and Pleasureland were around 17% by each,which was 7 percent higher than tourist who went to Chessington world of adventure and Legoland which two have the same 10% of proportion.
Zhanxu Liu |
Saturday, January 07, 2017 at 23:20
The pie chart given illustrates the percentage of tourists visiting various kinds of destination in Britain in 1999.
Overall, theme parks and museums and galleries were the two most popular tourist attractions in 1999. It is also clear that Blackpool Pleasure Beach had the largest proportion of people who visited theme parks in Britain.
As mentioned above, theme parks contributed the greatest number of visitors in Britain in the year surveyed, namely 38%. There were nearly a half of them going to Blackpool Pleasure Beach. The percentage of tourists spending their time at Alton Towers and Pleasureland, Southport were 17% and 16%, respectively. It is interesting that both Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland, Windsor had the same proportion of those visiting theme parks in Britain, at 10%.
Looking at other types of destinations, museums and galleries accounted for 37% of all people going to Britain in 1999. In contrast, historics houses and monuments were visited by 16% of the tourists. Widlife Parks and zoo was the least common choice with only 9%.
Sunday, January 08, 2017 at 09:46
Can anyone make a comment what band score does it deserve?
IELTS TASK 2 TOPIC:
Some people think that television is dangerous for destroying the family relation as well as society. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
It is speculated that television has a detrimental impact on the family life as well as social life. However, I completely disagree with the statement because it extremely strengthens our family bondage and is a major source of acquiring knowledge rather than destroying our social bondage.
Watching television together family members significantly enhances the depth of relation in the community. While in the 21st century, vast majority of the family members are enormously busy with their works that spearhead them to manage a little time for their family members, this is a better opportunity for them to spend sometimes with their beloved family members after returning at home. Even it is commonly observed that during the prestigious occasions- world cup football tournaments- people are used to enjoying the programs sitting beside each other which is a transparent signpost for the social relationship. Thus, television tremendously assists us to scale the family’s affection up.
Moreover, it is a great source of knowledge aside the entertainment. Nowadays, a hefty amount of debates and reality programs are arranged and telecasted across the globe which can broaden young learner’s horizon and exposed their talents by attending them or simply enjoying them by sitting in front of the screen. Furthermore, teenagers and adults have an extreme chance to enrich knowledge about our planet and its environment. For instance, National Geographic Channel offers a great deal of series about the Earth and its habitats which can be a massive source of learning tool about wild life. Therefore, its beneficial features are much stronger than its drawbacks.
In conclusion, considering the larger amount of facilities presented by the television, it seems to me that it would never be an outrage for the community, and it never breaks down our family and social relation.
Sunday, January 08, 2017 at 11:54
The pie chart gives information in the percentage of tourists who visited the four tourist spots namely: Wildlife Parks and Zoos, Theme Parks, Museums and Galleries, and the Historic Houses and Monuments in the United kingdom in the year 1999.
Monday, January 09, 2017 at 11:42
Given is a chart showing the distribution of various kinds of holiday destinations visited by tourists to UK in 1999, along with an additional breakdown that indicates further information of those who visited "theme parks" in terms of the exact places they went to.
Monday, January 09, 2017 at 12:44
Given pie chart depicts the number of tourists visiting different tourists areas in Britain in the year 1999 and additionally the data given with the theme park shows the discrete popularity of the theme parks among the tourists visiting them.
Rajan Dhakal |
Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 18:15
The give pie chart compare the visitors count to varies kinds of public attractions around UK in 1999. Meanwhile, the bar chart compare analyze the percentage of visitors to certain theme parks there.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 16:00
The pie chart shows the popularity of various kinds of tourist spots in the UK in 1999.
Overall, theme parks, especially Blackpool Pleasure Beach, were the mostly visited attractions in the year given. When compared, wildlife parks& zoos attrached the least tourists.
In 1999, 5 theme parks in Britain together attrached 38% of the total visitors. Among all, Blackpool Pleasure Beach was the most popular place to visit. (The figure for it was as high as 47%). Likewise, museums & gallaries were as important as theme parks to the UK's tourism industry as they attached 37% of the visitors in the year. The figure was just a mere 1% slightly lower than that of theme parks.
On the other hand, the percentage of visitors to historic houses& monuments in 1999 was 16% which was 7% higher than that of wildlife parks and zoos which saw a figure that was as low as around one tenth of the total visitors.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 18:05
The pie chart showed different types of attractions tourists visited in the United Kingdom in 1999.
Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 00:28
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