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WRITING TASK 1
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The table below shows the figures for imprisonment in five countries between 1930 and 1980.


Write a report for a university, lecturer describing the information shown below.
You should write at least 150 words.


Criminal cause many imprisonments. The chart shows about imprisonments between 1930 and 1980 in some big countries. Great Britain has the lowest imprisonments in 1930 with 30.000 people. Canada becomes the highest in 1930. It has 120.000 imprisonments in that year. Canada can keep its country in peace with the quality of imprisonment that becomes lowest in the nest following year. In 1980, Canada has only 70.000 imprisonments.

United States has move up its imprisonment in 1940. It moves up 10.000 imprisonments than 1930. This quality runs steadily in the next following years, but it reaches up again in 1980. United States gets the highest point in 1980 with 130.000 and become the highest from the others among 5 years.

Great Britain shows the lowest point in the first years, but it always moves up in the next year. Great Britain reaches 65.000 imprisonments in 1980. Australia can manage its country well. In 1930, Australia reaches 100.000 imprisonments, but it can move down to a half than before in the last 1980.

New Zealand becomes a country that stay steady from the beginning year to the end. It can moves down into almost a half than the first point in 1930, but it moves up again in the next year. In 1980, New Zealand gets 80.000 imprisonments that move up 10.000 than in 1930.


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