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My task 1 answer. Feel free to correct my work, friends. I will appreciate it. Thanks in advance! 🙂

Reference:

http://www.ielts-mentor.com/writing-sample/academic-writing-task-1/992-academic-ielts-writing-task-1-sample-58-the-pie-chart-gives-information-on-uae-government-spending-in-2000

 

The pie chart gives information on UAE government spending in 2000. The total budget was AED 315 billion.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

» Write at least 150 words.

Academic IELTS Writing task 1 Sample 58

The chart illustrates how UAE government spent their budget in 2000. The allocation fund was AED 315 billion.

Overall, UAE had spent the budget money in 2000 on Social Security as the largest, while the least expenditure was on Transport services.

To start of, the UAE government funded AED 100 billion on Social Security, which had the biggest allocation over Health and personal social services, wherein AED 53 billion was provided, and AED 38 billion on Education. Meanwhile, both AED 23 billion was spent on Debt interest and other expenditure, almost same budget was put on Defense with just AED 1 billion difference from the two.

Moreover, smaller portions were spent by the UAE government with AED 2 billion variation each, AED 17 billion for Law and order, AED 15 billion for Housing heritage and environment, and AED 13 billion was allocated on Industry, agriculture and employment. Then, the remaining AED 9 billion, which was the lowest budget for UAE Transport.

 

Total: 158 words (IDP Format)

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