银川雅思—题目一：The table below shows the monthly expenditure of an average Australian family in 1991 and 2001. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The supplied table compares the monthly expenses of an average family of Australia for the years 1991 and 2001. As is observed from the given data, the expenses on electricity & water and non-essential goods & services had increased more than any other category while the expenses on clothing and transport decreased over the period.
As is presented in the table, the average expenditure of an Australian family per month was AUD $ 715 after 10 years. This shows that the average expenditure of an average Australian family had not increase significantly. In 1991, the expenditure on non-essential goods and services was $250 which was highest among the given categories. This reached to $270 in 2001 which was also the highest amount among the given expense categories in 2001. The expense on food & housing were $155 & 95 consecutively in 1991 and both of these expenses increased by only 5 dollars after 10 years. Interestingly the monthly amount spent on clothing and transport decreased over the 10 years and reached to $20 and $45 in the year 2001. The expenses on food, housing and electricity & water increase and the highest increase was in electricity and water.
In summary, the monthly expenditure by an average Australian family had not increased that much in 10 years from 1991 to 2001 and the expenses on electricity, water, housing, and non-essential goods and services increase while the expenses on clothing and transport decreased over time.
题目二：The table below gives information about the amount of beer and fruit juice consumed per person per year in different countries. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The given tables show data on the consumption of beer and fruit juice in ten different countries. As is presented in the tables, Irish and German people consume the highest amount of beers per person while the Canadian and American people consume the highest amount of fruit juice per person per year.
According to the first table, Irish people consume the highest amount of beer per person in a year amounting 155 litres while Finnish took 79 litres per year on an average. German and Australian citizens take more than 100 litres beer each year while they take about 34-38 litre fruit juices per person per year. People of Belgium and Denmark both take 98 litres beer while people of UK, Australia, US, Netherland consume less than 90 litres beer on an average. Finnish people take the least amount of beer on an average amounting 79 litres per person annually. On the other hand, people of these given countries drink fruit juice less than half of the amount they drink the beers. Canadian people drink the largest amount of fruit juice contributing to 52.6 litres per person annually, while this amount is less than 50 litres for all other countries. New Zealand people consume the least amount of fruit juice each year on an average.
In conclusion, people of the given countries drink more beer than fruit juices on an average.
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