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The graph below shows the average number of UK commuters travelling each day by car, bus or train between 1970 and 2030.

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The graph below shows the average number of UK commuters travelling each day by car, bus or train between 1970 and 2030.

The line graph illustrates the number of travellers in regard to usage of various means of transport over a period of 60 years in the UK. It is clear that, the share of people who travel by bus is likely to decline over the given period, while that for train and car users is expected to increase. According to the line graph, in 1970, about 5 million of the UK commuters travelled by car daily, while the figures for the bus and train were considerably lower at around 4 and 2 million people respectively. Between 1970 and 2000, the number of those who preferred car as the type of transportation rose, albeit at different levels, to 7 million people. Since then the figure has remained fairly unchanged for 10 years, and is anticipated to increase to about 9 million people at the end of the period given. When it comes to train lovers, the pattern is almost the same, although the corresponding figure is lower twofold.

The line graph compares figures for daily travel by workers in the UK using three different forms of transport over a period of 60 years.

It is clear that the car is by far the most popular means of transport for UK commuters throughout the period shown. Also, while the numbers of people who use the car and train increase gradually, the number of bus users falls steadily.

In 1970, around 5 million UK commuters travelled by car on a daily basis, while the bus and train were used by about 4 million and 2 million people respectively. In the year 2000, the number of those driving to work rose to 7 million and the number of commuting rail passengers reached 3 million. However, there was a small drop of approximately 0.5 million in the number of bus users.

By 2030, the number of people who commute by car is expected to reach almost 9 million, and the number of train users is also predicted to rise, to nearly 5 million. By contrast, buses are predicted to become a less popular choice, with only 3 million daily users.

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Bài Viết của học sinh: 

The line graph illustrates the number of travellers in regard to usage of various means of transport over a period of 60 years in the UK.
It is clear that, the share of people who travel by bus is likely to decline over the given period, while that for train and car users is expected to increase.
According to the line graph, in 1970, about 5 million of the UK commuters travelled by car daily, while the figures for the bus and train were considerably lower at around 4 and 2 million people respectively.
Between 1970 and 2000, the number of those who preferred car as the type of transportation rose, albeit at different levels, to 7 million people. Since then the figure has remained fairly unchanged for 10 years, and is anticipated to increase to about 9 million people at the end of the period given. When it comes to train lovers, the pattern is almost the same, although the corresponding figure is lower twofold.

Bài viết của học sinh 2: 

The line graph illustrates the number of travellers in regard to usage of various means of transport over a period of 60 years in the UK.
It is clear that, the share of people who travel by bus is likely to decline over the given period, while that for train and car users is expected to increase.
According to the line graph, in 1970, about 5 million of the UK commuters travelled by car daily, while the figures for the bus and train were considerably lower at around 4 and 2 million people respectively.
Between 1970 and 2000, the number of those who preferred car as the type of transportation rose, albeit at different levels, to 7 million people. Since then the figure has remained fairly unchanged for 10 years, and is anticipated to increase to about 9 million people at the end of the period given. When it comes to train lovers, the pattern is almost the same, although the corresponding figure is lower twofold.

Bài viết của học sinh 3: 

The line graph compares the three mode of transportation as; namely, car,bus,train etc. over the 60 year in britain. The data has been calibrated into million of numbers.It is crystal clear that the use of bus was mitigate over the 60 year period. Whereas, the user of car and train was climbed.It is noticeble, that in 1970, the passanger was around 4 million whose used the bus. In the proceding 60 years, the figure went down gradually approximately more than one million reached to 2.9 milli
on. Secondly, the peole used of car for travelling was 5 million in 1970. In the next ten year the user was eqvivelant to 1970. By the year 1980, the passanger started the use of car expanded which reached 7 million at 2000 year. The figure was grew slight at about half million from 2000 to2020 years. At eventually , it increased steeply and stayed at the peak on 9 million. Ultimately, the train user was the minimal point at 2 million in 1970. Duration of used rose modrately in the next 30 year reached at 3 million. After the 2000 year , it shows the resemble trend that was of car user which reached at the 4 million.
Overall, the commuter of car and train grew . However the bus user went away in large numbers.

Bài viết của học sinh 4: 

The line chart compares the average amount of people moving around each day in the UK by car, bus and train from 1970 to 2030.

It is clear that the total number of commuters increases throughout the 60-year-period. What is more, car is the most popular means of transport.

In the year 1970, about average 5 million commuters traveled by car, which was highest, while that figure almost remained steady until 1980, and had increased to about 7 millions by 2010. The number for bus began with around 4 million passengers in 1970 and had slightly decreased to 350 millions by 2010, while the figure for train started from about 2 millions and had risen to 3 millions by 2010.

After 2010, the number of commuters for car is likely to increase and end up at 9 millions. By comparison, train is also predicted to see a rise in the following years and its number will overtake bus' in about 2015 to approximately 7 million in 2030, compared to the figure for bus which will continuously decline and end up at only 3 millions.

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Bài viết của học sinh 5: 

The graph compares the average volume of passengers in the UK by different means namely: car, bus and train between 1970 and 1930.

It is obvious that all transportation means are increasingly being utilized except for the bus. It is also clear that the car is the most common medium of transportation in the past, the present and is predicted to remain the most common means of travelling in the future.

In 1970, about 5million commuters in the UK travelled by car, while only 4 million people utilized busses. The average number of train passengers during that time stood at around 2 million. By 2010, the average number of people travelling by car reached 7 million, whereas the numbers for busses and trains stood at around 3.5 million and 3 million respectively.

By 2030, the estimated number of commuters travelling by car is predicted to reach almost 9 million. On the other hand, train usage will surpass buss usage with 5 million and 3 million passengers respectively.

Bài viết của học sinh 6: 

The line graph illustrates the normal number of British travelers per day, who use three kinds of vehicle, namely car bus and train from 1970 to 2030.
In is clear that while the number of car and train users steadily increase through this period, the figure of bus passenger decrease gradually. Car is the most common means of transport among 3 types during the time, and bus will be unpopular in the future.
In 1970, there were just over 5 million people using car every day, whereas, the figures for bus and train were around 4 million and 2.3 million respectively. British people continuously used more car than other vehicles to travel, and in 2030, it is estimated about 9 million commuters per day, as nearly 2 times as the number of train passengers.
Whereas, this period experiences the downward trend in terms of number of bus users. This kind of transport is predicted that in 2014, it will be less than the figure of train travelers (3.2 million), and fall down to just under 3 million people using this vehicle for daily travelling in 2030.
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Bài viết của học sinh 7: 

"The line graph gives information about the number of three types of vehicles used in the UK by commuters to travel in period of 60 years from 1970.

Overall, car and train see a gradual upward trend in the number of commuters during the period, while the figure for bus sees an downward in 60 years. In addition, car always has the highest figure of users at all

To specific, started at about 5 millions, car remained unchanged in the first 10 years before seeing a considerable increase and it is predicted to end the period at the figures of about 9 millions. Similarly, started at about 2 millions, there is a gradual increase in the number of train during 60 years.

By contrast,bus, which started at about 4 millions in 1970, reduced slightly during the period and is predicted to drop at nearly 3 millions in 2030. Interestingly, only in about 2015 does the number of train travelers exceed that of bus."


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