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The pie chart illustrates the numbers of people who visited different interesting places in Britain in the year 1999.

Overall, most tourists visited museums or galleries and theme parks. Among the people who visited to theme parks, those who went Blackpool Pleasure Beach had the highest proportion.

As can be seen that the proportion of Historic Houses&Manuments approximately half percentage less than Museum&Galleries. Insignificantly 9% of visitors attend to go Wildlife Parks&Zoos.
At the same time Park Theme sector include different type of tourist attraction and four of them percentages too close each other in comparison to Blackpool Pleasure Beach.

We can see that the most popular area in Britian is the theme Parks, about two-fifths of visitors visited to this park. A large number of people also visited to Museums and galleries, this figure is accounted for almost the same as theme parks. However less than a fifth tourist visited to Historic houses and Monuments and finally a minority of visitors enjoyed the a Wildlife Parks and Zoos.
The theme parks is constitute on various activities. A greater number of people enjoyed swimming in beach. Less than a fifth tourists visited to Alton tower and Pleasureland and one in ten people visited to adventures and Legoland.

Theme parks and museums and galleries are the most popular tourist destination in Britain at 38% and 37% respectively. While historic houses and monuments were at 16% and the lowest number of tourist attraction was seen at the wildlife parks and zoos at 9 %.

The most sought after theme park is the Blackpool Pleasure Beach which was the most preferred destination for almost half of the tourist who visited the theme parks at 48%. While the Alton Towers and Pleasure land at Southport were at 17% and 16% respectively. Chessington world of adventures and Windsor Legoland had similar attendance of tourist at 10 % each.

the pie chart given demonstrating the proportion of visitors of four categories of tourist attraction and to five theme parks in Britain in year 1999.

Generally speaking them park and museum and galleries it seems to be favourable by most tourist ,while the black pressure peach attracted more visitor than other them parks.

However by giving more close look to the data ,it is obvious 38% and 37% visited theme parks and museum and galleries respectively, while historic houses and monuments and wild park and zoos attracted small percentage of visitors.
On the other hand among the five theme parks it is clear that Black pool pleasure beach was the preferable one as 47% of tourist were attracted, Alton Towers and Pleasure land at Southport were at 17% and 16% respectively.both Chessington world of adventures and Windsor Legoland had similar number of tourist at 10 % each .

Britain had the largest number of tourists entering theme parks and museums / galleries in 1999, at 38% and 37% respectively, while only 9% and 16% of people surveyed spent their holidays in wildlife parks / zoos and historic houses / monuments.

In terms of theme parks attendances, 47% of those visited Blackpool Pleasure Beach in 1999, making it the most visited theme park in Britain. By contrast, the figures for Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland Windsor stood at only 10% of the total. Also, there was a slight difference between the percentages of people visiting Alton Towers (17%) and Pleasureland, Southport (16%).

It is interesting to note that in the four major tourist attraction, with only a percent difference, Theme Parks and Museum / Galleries, which accounts to 38% and 37%, were said to be the highest proportion of visitors in the United Kingdom in 1999. Meanwhile, the Historic Houses and Monuments had a rate of 16 percent, which is roughly two times more than that of Wildlife Parks and Zoos (9%).

Furthermore, looking into the five different Theme Parks, it was the Blackpool Pleasure Beach that had the greatest proportion accounting to 47 percent. In fact, it was visited by the tourists by almost half of the total percentage in the theme parks in that year. On the other hand, Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland, Windsor accounts to one fifth of the total 38 percent of theme parks.

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Dear Simon,

In the introduction para, can I just write generally about the chart but not mention about sectors in theme park, such as:

The given pie chart illustrate the percentage of tourists visiting various kinds of destinations in Britain in 1999.

Dear Sir,
Please comment if you can. This is my first time at the Writing Task 1. Thanks!

The given chart shows the number of people who came to Britain in four different kinds of attractive traveling.

In overall, the theme parks accounted for the biggest proportion, while the wildlife & zoo made up the lowest rate.

In 1999. the percentage of traveler who visited Theme parks was higher than any types at 38% and followed by Museum & Galleries at 37%. The wildlife parks & zoos was one-fourth than the Theme park and Museum & galleries, only 9%. The historic house & monuments occupied 16%, just nearly a half of Museum & Galleries and Theme Parks.

In the Theme Parks, the black pool beach activity was a popular choice which had the largest figure with 47% and followed by Alton Tower, Pleasureland at 17% and 16% respectively.The smallest one belongs to Legoland & Chessington at 10%.

This is a pie chart that illustrates four different types of tourist attraction, as well as a detail proportion of five kinds of theme parks in Britain, 1999.
It is very obvious that Theme Parks and Museums & Galleries are the most two popular tourist attractions for visitors in that year. And Blackpool Pleasure Beach receives the highest proportion in the theme park sector.
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Theme Parks and Museum & Galleries are 38% and 37% respectively, which are the most two popular attractions. While Wildlife Parks & Zoos are at 16% and Historic Houses & Monuments are at the lowest percentage, which is only 9%.
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Furthermore, If we look at the detailed information of theme park sector, we can easily see that Blackpool Pleasure Beach is the most famous destination, which receive 47% among others. While Alton Towers and Pleasureland, Southport are quite at the same rate, which are at 17% and 16%. And the last two renowned places are Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland, Windsor. Both only get 10% of all.

Hello Simon. Plz explain to me the chart in writing task 1 on 7th Jan. The chart show the daily average minimum and maximum levels of two pollutants CO2 and SO2 (maybe not exact names chemicals) in 4 big cities: Beijing, the mexico city, calcutta, los angeles in one year(can't remember which year)
There are 4 collums for each city: maximum, mini mum, so2, co2
So there are 16colums in all.
Compare them.
I find i hard to compare or organize the writing task.

To be more specific, in 1991, more or less equal number of visitors were interested in museum/galleries and theme park.From 38% of visitors to theme park, 47% went to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, 17% explored Alton towers, 16% were engaged in Pleasure land and a mere 10% visited Chessington world of adventure and Lego-land in Windsor.
Historic Houses and monuments got 16% of total total visits and Wildlife parks and zoos were visited by the least proportion of visitors (only 19%).

Theme parks and museums and galleries were most attractive to two-third of the visitors, taking up 38% and 37% respectively. 16% of the tourists regarded historic houses and monuments as a good choice for British tourist attractions, while only 9% of the visitors showed interest in paying a visit to wildlife parks and zoos.
Among the theme parks in Britain, the Blackpool Pleasure Beach ranked the first with almost half of the visitors. 17% of the tourists prefered to visit the Alton Towers. Following was the Pleasureland with 16% of the visitors. The Chessington World of Adventures and the Legoland in Windsor were also two popular destinations, both of which attracted 10% of the tourists.

Theme Parks were the most well-liked kind of tourist attraction of all, chosen by the largest proportion of visitors, at 38%. Museums/galleries were the second most popular, and tourists who preferred this type of tourist attraction made up 37% of the total sample. Visitors also liked historic houses/monuments, which represented 16% of the chart. The least popular tourist attraction was wildlife parks/zoos. Only 9% of the respondents chose this category.
Looking at the detailed breakdown of the theme park sector, Blackpool Pleasure Beach attracted the biggest visitors at 47%, while Alton Towers had nearly as many tourists as Pleasureland Southport (17% against 16%), followed by Chessington World of Adventure and Legoland Windsor, each contributing 10%.

The pie chart shows the information about people’s choices of four kinds tourist attractions in Britain in 1999.

Theme park was visitor’s first choice when went to tourism attraction, with a percentage of 38%. The number of visitors went to Museum & Galleries is the second largest, about 37% of tourists chose this section, which was similar to that of theme park. The proportion of people went to the historic houses & monuments was 16% while people chose wildlife parks & zoos merely

There are five major tourist attractions in theme parks, about 47% of the tourists went there would chose Blackpolls pleasure beach. The proportion of visitors went to Alton towers and pleasureland, southport were similar the each other, with percentage of 17% and 16%, repectively. People went to Chessington World of adventures and legoland, winder were the least, both with a percentage merely at 10%.

Overall, theme park was the most popular tourism site and The Blackpolls pleasure beach was visitors’ first choice when they went there


could I write:
The pie chart compares a breakdown of the percentage of visitors to four categories of tourist attraction and to five different theme park in Britin in 1999.

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