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exercise - https://www.ielts-exam.net/academic_writing_samples_task_1/1111/ The chart illustrates the percentage of devices used to watch television in 2009 and 2019. Overall, during both years, the percentage of desktop computer, tablet and laptop users stayed below a quarter for each electronic. Meanwhile, the percentage of conventional TV users sharply decreased after 2009 and was replaced by flat-screen TV as the most common device by 2019. Comparing with 2009, the amount of flat-screen TV users almost quadrupled from 8% in 2009 to 27% in 2019. A sudden grow happened with mobile phones too. The number of users went from 16% to 26%. The tables usage percentage also increased by almost a triple. However, while other devices usages slightly fell, conventional TV had a sharp drop. Yet, with 4% in 2019, it is almost disappearing. While flat-screen tv is the most popular in 2019, it is ahead of mobile by just 1%.
Mar 2, 2021 1:20 AM
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exercise - https://www.ielts-exam.net/academic_writing_samples_task_1/1111/ The chart illustrates the percentage of devices used to watch television in 2009 and 2019. Overall, during both years, the percentage of desktop computer, tablet and laptop users stayed below a quarter for each electronic device. Meanwhile, the percentage of conventional TV users sharply decreased after 2009 and was replaced by flat-screen TVs as the most common device by 2019. Comparing with 2009, the amount of flat-screen TV users almost quadrupled from 8% in 2009 to 27% in 2019. A sudden growth happened with mobile phones too. The number of users went from 16% to 26%. The tablet usage percentage also increased by almost triple. However, while other device usage slightly fell, conventional TV had a sharp drop. With 4% in 2019, it has almost disappeared. While flat-screen tv usage is the most popular in 2019, it is ahead of mobile by just 1%.
March 2, 2021
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