50+ Vocabulary พิชิต IELTS Writing Task 1

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✔️ IELTS Writing Task 1 :

👉🏻 เป็นข้อสอบเขียนบรรยายข้อมูลที่โจทย์ให้มา โดยมีหลากหลายรูปแบบ เช่น graphs, charts, diagrams, tables, แผนภาพ, ตารางข้อมูล เป็นต้น

👉🏻 ต้องเขียนอย่างน้อย 150 words

👉🏻 เขียนในลักษณะ report เพื่อรายงานข้อมูลจากภาพที่เรานำมาวิเคราะห์

👉🏻 ควรใช้เวลากับ Task 1 ไม่เกิน 20 นาที (อีก 40 นาที ควรไปใช้กับ Task 2)

Introducing The Graph

The graph/table/pie chart/bar chart/diagram…

  • shows …

  • illustrates …

  • explains why …

  • describes …

  • gives information about/on …

  • provides information about/on …

Changes In The Graph

  • a rise of…

  • a growth of…

  • a peak of…

  • a surge of…

  • a fall in…

  • a decrease in…

  • a decline in…

  • a dip in…

  • a fluctuation in…

  • a variation in…


  • surge

  • grow

  • leap

  • rocket

  • soar

  • dive

  • plunge

  • plummet

  • fluctuate

  • vary


  • gently

  • wildly

  • rapidly

  • slightly

  • sharply

  • suddenly

  • abruptly

  • gradually

  • steadily

  • markedly

  • modestly

  • marginally

  • dramatically

  • significantly

  • considerably


  • sharp

  • sudden

  • rapid

  • abrupt

  • dramatic

  • steep

  • significant

  • considerable

  • marked

  • substantial

  • gradual

  • steady

  • consistent

  • modest

  • marginal

Question 1

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"The table depicts the amount of monthly household income spent on four products in five European nations. The percentages were used to calibrate the data. Housing is clearly the top expense item for France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, since they each spend around one third of their income on it, at 30%, 33%, and 37%, respectively.

They, on the other hand, spend about a quarter of their income on food and drink. Surprisingly, Turkey and Spain follow the exact opposite pattern, spending a fifth of their income on housing but one-third on food and drink.

Furthermore, clothing and entertainment are two areas where all five countries spend significantly less. In terms of clothing, France and Spain spend the least, at less than 10%. The other three countries, however, spend almost the same amount, ranging between 12% and 15%. At 19%, Germany spends one fifth of its budget on entertainment. The UK and Turkey, moreover, spend roughly half of this amount.

Overall, the bulk of each country's money is spent on food and drink, as well as housing. Clothing and entertainment were far less expensive."

Question 2

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"Between 2011 and 2018, the graph depicts trends in music purchasing patterns. It offers three options: streaming, downloading, and purchasing CDs.

Both downloads and physical music sales have been steadily declining. The latter has been in decline since 2011, while the former began in 2014. Since 2013, however, there has been a significant increase in the number of people streaming music.

CDs accounted for 55 percent of all music sales in 2011, accounting for the majority of all sales. Streaming, on the other hand, was uncommon, with only 5% of people using it. Furthermore, despite the fact that consumers had begun to download music, it only accounted for 35% of total purchases. As CD sales began to decline, downloads began to rise. They progressively increased, and by mid-2013, downloads had surpassed retail sales. Streaming doubled to 10% during the same period but then grew more rapidly.

Downloads peaked in 2014 at almost 43% of revenues, but by 2018 had dropped to 30%. This was significantly larger than the decrease in physical sales, which fell to 25%. On the other hand, streaming surpassed both of them in 2018, accounting for slightly over 40% of all revenues."

Question 3

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"The table depicts some fascinating statistics about some of the world's most widely studied languages. It indicates how many countries have speakers of each language and permits comparisons between the number of people who learn a language against those who speak it as a native tongue.

The dominance of English is remarkable. Only 82 million individuals study the second most popular language to learn, French, compared to 1.5 billion who study English. There are 101 nations where English is spoken, approximately twice as many as French and three times as many as Chinese. The only language having more learners than native speakers is English.

With 1.39 billion native speakers, Chinese surpasses English as the most widely spoken language. With 30 million learners, it is the third most popular language to study. Spanish has over five times the number of native speakers as Italian but has a lower proportion of learners (14.5 million vs. 8 million). With 3 million learners, Japanese is the least studied of the languages listed.

More people are studying English than any other language, and English is spoken in most countries. On the other hand, Chinese has by far the most native speakers. There appears to be a minimal association between the number of native speakers and the number of learners in a language. Still, there is a stronger link between the number of learners and the number of nations with speakers."