Lời giải ĐỀ THI IELTS 13/12/2018
The bar chart compares the households in a European country from 1971 to 2001 in terms of car ownership.
Overall, it is clear that the percentage of households which did not own a car fell steadily over the period. From 1991 onwards, the highest percentage of households had one car.
There was a steady decline in the proportion of households without a car. From a peak of half of all households in 1971, the figure fell to just 27% by the end of the period.
In contrast, in 1971 only 35% of households owned one car, and this figure decreased to 32% in 1981. However, by 1991 the percentage of one-car households increased to almost half, before falling to 46% in 2001. While just 15% of households had two or more cars in 1971, despite a fall in 1991, by 2001 this proportion had risen to 27%. This was the same figure as the households with no car.
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