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abhilash
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PostSubject: Population growth in india china and us   Mon Nov 16, 2009 6:41 am

[b]The graph from the United nation population division showing the growth of population in India china and us from 1950 to 2050 and the urabanisation in india and china during this period
Their is a rapid incerse in the poulation in india and china sa well us not showing a big change from 1950 to 2030. it will reach maximam in 2005 in both contries They expect arapid decline in the population rate as wll as ruralisation in china while compared to india after 2030.now the growth of urbanisation in indian and china are nearly same after 2005 china show a shallow highk in it than india
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PostSubject: Population Growth Aganist Civilization   Tue Nov 17, 2009 12:06 pm

The world is facing problems with population growth along with poverty. Our population is growing rapidly and the resources are limited.

Civilized countries are managing their population growth, in the United States the growth is slow and its not due to birth only its due to immigration. As in China the population was growing too fast until it was controled, and according to studies it will start population will start decreasing. While in india, population is growing uncontrolably.
Civilized countring are managing population growth hence providing better chances and education to the population. So a person can notice that China has more educated and urban population than it did before, even better urban citizens are exceeding rural citizens.

Contolling the population growth gives better chances to the population in terms of civilization, education, economy, etc...
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PostSubject: writing   Tue Nov 24, 2009 11:45 pm

The first graph shows the population in relation with year. The increasing trend of population is very simillar for india and china but us population increasiong rate is not as high as india and china. Indias populaiton increasing rate is almost linear. on the other hand chinas populaiton rate decrease after 2027/2028 . us population increase linearly but not rapidly as india.
the second figure demonstrate the urbanization of china and india. china`s urbanization rate is more rapid compare to india. In the year upto 1985 the urbanization of both country are slowly increase but after that its increasing rate is more rapid. this graph also shows the compare of rural population between two countries. the rural population increasing rate is high in india but decreasing trend is observed for china
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PostSubject: Answer to the writing task 1   Fri Nov 27, 2009 9:41 pm

The first graph illustrates the population growth in India and China relative to that of the United States, while the second graph shows the urbanization rate in India and China over almost the same timeframe. In comparison to the growth rate in the US population, which did not change and will not change in as much as the ones observed in the populations of India and China, it can be easily observed that the growth of the population in the latter two countries had been dramatically increasing since 1950. The growth rate measured from the Chinese population has always been higher than that of the Indians’ counterparts. However, by the year 2027, scientists expect that the Indian population will have exceeded the Chinese one. Urban and rural population in both India and China have been progressively increasing since 1950. However, Chinese rural population witnessed a sudden drop from the year 1995 and such a drop is anticipated to continue until 2030. On the other hand, the parallel increase in the number of Indian population from urban and rural areas is expected to continue until 2030.
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PostSubject: writing task 1   Fri Dec 04, 2009 11:38 am

The first graph shows the population growth in India, China and US projected up to year 2050.The second graph shows urbanisation rates in China and India with data projected until 2030.

It is shown in the first graph that China's population has been steadily increasing from about 500 million in 1950 to more than 1.2 billion in 2005. It is also projected that from 2005 onwards, the figures will be within 1.2 to 1.5 billion. India's population, on the other hand has been rapidly rising since 1950 at 400 million to about 1 billion in 2005.With the projected data provided, Indians will outnumber the Chinese by 3 million in 2050. Over the same time period, US population has slowly been increasing from about 200 million in 1950 to 250 million in 2005. With the data projection, US is expected to double its population in 1950 by year 2050.

With the Chinese' ever-growing number, we can see in graph 2 that its urbanisaton rate is also rapidly increasing, reaching its peak at 900 million in 2030 as opposed to its rural rate. Compared to China, Indians are less urbanized with its peak at 600 million in 2030, 200 million less than its rural figure at the same time period.

It is evident that the two leading coutnries, population-wise are China and India, however, Chinese urbanisation rate is faster than that of the Indians.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Mon Dec 07, 2009 6:20 am

The following graphs show population growth and rates of
urbanization in China and India over time, with projections beyond
2005.
From the first graph we can see that the population growth rate in US was the lowest that is near 200 million whereas in India, it is near 300 million and in case of china is double of US that is about 550 million in the year of 1950.
The population of US slowly increase and it reached about 250 million in 2005 and it is anticipated that it will reached at 400 million in 2050.but in case of India there is gradual increase in population throughout that 100 years.It is anticipated that it will reach near 1600 million that is 4 times more than the US.Conversely, in china it was 550 million in 1950 and it soared at 1250 in 2005 and later it increases slowly and there may be a little bit fall may occur within the year of 2050.
Urbanization in India is rising gradually from the year 1950 which initiated from 50 million and will reach near 600 in the year of 2030.But the urbanization of China is 1.5 times than India.But the rural population is more than the urban people of both countries and the rural population of China is decreasing slowly whereas in India it increasing.
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PostSubject: ielts graph   Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:15 am

The line graphs depict the population growth of India, China and the U.S from 1950 to 2050 and the urbanisation in india and china up to 2030.

It is evident from the graph that,china leads the population . it starts at500 million in 1950 and reaches its peak that is 1400 million which is expected in 2025,whereas,india which stood next to china follow a steady growth pattern and is expected to overtake china by 2025. india may become the most populous country by 2050.meanwhile,the population of the U.S increases gradully over time.

The population of rural and urban India has increased steadly from 300 million and100 million to an expected 800 million and600million in2030 ,with more rural population .whereas the urban population of china is expected tocross the rural by2015

To conclude,the population growth of india is expected to be high and it may over take china in its near future.
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PostSubject: writing task   Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:44 am

In this report i am going to describe two graphs. The First graph shows the growth of population in India,China and the U.S from 1950 to 2050 and the second graph shows the urbanization in these countries.

As we can see china has got the largest population of more than 500,000 million in 1950, which kept on increasing and reached to approximately 1,350,000 million in 2005 and it was projected that there may be slight decrease from 2030 to 2050. Whereas India being the second largest had nearly 400,000million in 1950s, which peaked up very high and became the largest in the future by 2050. Now comes the U.S with slight increase in the overall growth of population over the years.

Secondly the population of India's and China's urban was quite the same in the year 1950 which was around 60,00 million, but from 1975 the china's urban increased to very high extent and is expected to overtake its rural population in the future. But the situation of India is quite different here its rural was around 300,000 million which kept on increasing as the years were passing and even overtook china rural an will be around 800,000 million by 2030, whereas India's urban was also increasing and will go to upto 600,000 million. By this it can be judged that India is growing dramatically fast.

This ends my report.
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PostSubject: hello   Fri Mar 12, 2010 1:51 pm

the first graph shows the increase in the population in china, india and us. it indicates that the amount of people in china and india is expected to increase approximately 800 million by the year 2050 while the population of us expected to increase 100 millon during the same period.

in 1950,the amound of population only 200 milliom in us, 360 million in india, 520 million in china, respectively. more specificaly,the propulation of china and india both grew 750 million from 1950 until now.the figure is level off at 1350 million in 2050.mainwhile, the population of india expected to grow gradually to around 1600 million.in contrast, us has the least population of these three countries, the population of us will grow to 350 million during the same period.

the second prograph shows the people live at rural area in china and india were follow the same trend in 1950, the figure was 500 million and 300 million, respectively. and these two figures steady rose to 800 million in 2006. after that , the number of people live in rural area expected to decline sharply to 600 million in 2030 while the figures of india will continuse goes up to about 800 million during the same period.in contrast, the figure of population live in urband area in these two countries was the same in 1950. however, this number will be grow to 890 million in india and 500 million in china, respectively.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Sat Mar 27, 2010 6:13 am

The first graph shows the growth rates in Cina India and the USA over time since 1950 with projections beyond 2005 and the second graph shows the rate of urbinization in China and India within the same period of time.
It is obvious from the first graph that China has got the largest population at the present time, but meanwhile the population growth rates of India appears to be the highest and it is anticipated that there wil be more indians than chinese after the year 2030.The US seems to lag behind both countries in population and growth rates.
Regarding the second graph it is clear that China had a significant rise in urbinization rates from the middle eighties and afterwards with a simultaneous fall in rural population growth rates and the urban population is suggested to be higher after 2015 which might reflect that their has been more work opportunities in cities and better life standard , however this is not the same in India where both the rural and urban populations increase with approximately the same rate indicating that the immigration to cities is much less than china which may be either that indians in rural areas are satisfied with thier lifes or they have less opportunities in the city.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:47 am

The given graphs to the left show refers to the population growth and rates of urbanization in China and India over time with projections beyond 2005.
On the basis of the information from the graphs I have written a report for a university lecturer.
There are two graphs are given. The first one is about the population growth in India, china and United States. The other is about is about the urbanization rates in India, China and US. In 1950 India had 250 millions people. Among these populations the urbanized populations were under 100 millions. On the other hand in this period the populations of China and US were respectively near about 550 millions and 350 millions and the urbanized populations of China were near about 100 millions.
From the graph it is seen that, the population growth in India and China were very high than United States where there urbanized populations were less than their rural populations between 1950 to 2005.
However the growing rates of population of china was higher than India both of the country faced a slow rates of urbanization.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:50 am

The given graphs to the left show refers to the population growth and rates of urbanization in China and India over time with projections beyond 2005.
On the basis of the information from the graphs I have written a report for a university lecturer.
There are two graphs are given. The first one is about the population growth in India, china and United States. The other is about is about the urbanization rates in India, China and US. In 1950 India had 250 millions people. Among these populations the urbanized populations were under 100 millions. On the other hand in this period the populations of China and US were respectively near about 550 millions and 350 millions and the urbanized populations of China were near about 100 millions.
From the graph it is seen that, the population growth in India and China were very high than United States where there urbanized populations were less than their rural populations between 1950 to 2005.
However the growing rates of population of china was higher than India both of the country faced a slow rates of urbanization.
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PostSubject: please reply to me on mail: daniel_123mk@yahoo.com or notify   Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:18 am

The first graph shows the population grown in India, China and the US in period from 1950 to 2005 and with projection to 2050.
China have largest start point of more than 500 millions and constantly grow since 2005. In projection China continue to grow in population till 2030 then falls.
India is second in start point with population with more than 250 millions and constantly grow in historical data and also in projection.
The US is the last one in start point with number of population and have top smal grow but moust constant.

The secound graph shows comparation in urbanization in China and India. China starts with rural population of 500 millions and grow to more than 800 millions than fall in historical statistics and also in projection. The urban population in China start with less than 100 millions but constantly grow in real statistic and also in projection. Interesting is the fact in projection of China`s population mouvment from rural to urban that rural population will be less than urban for first time in 2015. India starts with grow in rural and also in urban population since 1950 to 1990 when rural population fall and urban continue to grow.
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shireen
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Sun May 09, 2010 7:02 am

In this report I am going to describe 2 graphs. The first one is showing the no of population in three different contries China, Us and India by the time and the second graph is showing a comaprisn of number of rural and urban population between China and India.

It is very clear from the first graph that there was no remarakable change in the population of U.S. through out the period. It was hardly 125 millions in 195 and reached to just above 250 millions in 2005, even the prediction of next 50 years is also showing no significant increase. On the other hand there was a constant increase in the population of China and India.

In 1950 China's population was arround 500 millions which reached to 1250 millions in 2005. India's population was also increased to double in that period from 275 millions to 1125 million.

As its very obvious from the second graph that in China more people were living in urban area from 1950 to 2005 as compare to India. However the population in urban area will more increase in the future but still china will be competing India. [i]
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PostSubject: COMPARATIVE STUDYOF POPULATION & URBANISATION OF TWO NATIONS   Fri Jun 04, 2010 11:30 am

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE POPULATION OF TWO NATIONS OVER A PERIOD OF 100 YEARS AND URBANISATION OVER 80 YEARS

The graph(A) above describes the population of two countries- INDIA & CHINA from1950 - 2050
The population of China was on its steady increase, expected to peak by 2020 which will be approximately little less than 1500 million, followed by a plateau phase for 10 years with a slow inclination later towards 2050.In contrast Indian population is still on an increase,which was well below the comparative nation on the projected year 2005 and is expected to peak by 2030 and continue to increase further over years ahead.
The scond graph describes the urbanisation between the two countries over the same period. It is appreciabley noted that china is at its peak of urbanisation .Although both the nations started on almost the same,with china leading by 1985,expected to continue further. In the projected time 2005 the rural population started to decline and the urbanisation continued to peak.Where as India is considered the rural population is still on its increase even when the chineese declined ,but expected to decline over the coming years.The urban population in India is still continuing to increase.
The cobnclusion is that the satisfaction of people in India is more or less the same in both rural as well as the urban,where as in China there is a strong movement towards urbanisation showing the improvement in lifestyle.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Mon Jul 26, 2010 6:54 am


The first graph will show us the overall population in millions by year. China’s population started increasing at 1950 with 500 million people and will reach its peak at 2025 with 1,400 million but might fall at the year 2050. India, on the other hand, has its population rising fast from its 280 million people from 1950, it will reach up to 1,700 at the end of 2050. The United States, however, has a constant increase of population but it’s nothing too drastic.

The second graph illustrates the population divided into two: rural and urban. China’s rural and urban population has continued to rise as years pass by. However, the urban community rose dramatically by 1975 with twice as many from its last three decades. The rural area also had a poignant decrease from its peak population of 850 million in 1995 continuing on till 2030 with only 600 million people. The rural and urban areas of China might cross paths by 2015 with each side having at least 700 million people. India’s rural and urban communities are constantly rising. The rural areas had 300 million people in 1950 and will likely have more than 800 million at 2030. The urban citizens are lower in number than the rural ones but they still rose up from less than a hundred during the 1950s and is expected to reach 600 million by 2030.

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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Tue Aug 03, 2010 11:48 pm

The first graph represents the comparative analysis of China, India and USA's population in millions. The graph covers the span from 1950 to 2050 with predicted data from onwards 2005. The growth rate of China and India had over time moved towards the upward trend whereas the USA growth rate had remained steady. The second graphical figure depicts the growing urbanization in China and India.
The population of China had taken a huge leap in the 1990's from 500 to 1200, almost tripple the population in 40 years time. The same case had been observed with Indian population whereby population had increasef from 300 to 1000. The projected data for China however shows some reducing trends in the 2030 era whereby India's graph is still moving upwards.
The urbanization in India and China are on rise constantly as we move towards the projected data. After 2000 the urbanization takes a high jump and is predicted to be over 900 million in China and almost 500 million for India.
China and India are the highest populated areas and remains so in the projected years as well. However the urbanization trend shows the change in life style of both countries.
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PostSubject: Writing task 1   Sun Sep 12, 2010 3:48 am

The first linegrahg compares the population growth in three countries (China, India, US) over the period of nine decades (from 1950 to 2050), with the data after being projected into 2005.Whereas, the second linegraph illustrate the changes in urban and rural population for China and India over the same period (from 1950 to 2050).
Regarding to the first linegraph the figure for china stood at just over 500 million, and then increased dramatically reaching a beck of almost 1.450 million in 2020. After that the figure fell slightly to almost 1.400 million. Likewise the trend for India which stood at just over 250 million rising sharply for the most of the period reaching over 1.500 million at the end of the period represented.
Interestingly the trend for India might takeover China trend in 2030 as predicted. Moreover, US rate started at just under 250 million showing a slight steadily growth which make up just over 250 in 2005 followed by a flattened increase.
Turning to the second linegraph, the rates of urbanisation in the two countries (China and India) started under 100 million rising slightly together until 1980 when China’s figure has a sharp increase till the end of the period. As well as India’s figure which also increased but not as much as China’s figure. At the same time the population in rural China stood at 500 million and rose showing some fluctuation reaching the highest number 800 million in 1995, then dropped dramatically for the rest of the period. In contrast the population in rural India presenting a sharp rising which started at 300 million and continue to rise afterwards to take over China rate in 2005 reaching over 800 million in 2030.
From the data it can be seen that overall, there was an upward trend for the most of the period for both countries China and India. It’s worth pointing that the population growth are high both countries. Also they are becoming less ruralisation.



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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:09 pm

The first chart shows informatoin about population growth in three countries.
The second chart shows information about urbanistion in India and China with projected from 1995 to 2005. First,the US is the lowest population growth in 1995 but china is the highest population in 1995. Then the population in US is leval off however in China sharply went out.In
India steady increased between 1995 and 2005. Almost the number of population in China about 1250 milion in 2005. In porjected in Indi shows the number of population growth over 1500 milion in 2050. The number of China rural is about 500 in 1950 .From 1950 to 1985 is steady rose in china.Between 1985 to 2500 the number of rural in chian remin same. The rural in china slighty decraesed between 2000 and 2030 by project.It is generally ture to say that the number of rural in India about 300 milion in 1950 but It was over 800 milion in 2005.f
from 1950 to 2005 the numer of rural in India sharply increased.Morever the popluation went upabout over800 milion but its a little dropped in 2030 by projecated. The urban in China rose sharply from 1990 to 2030. The number of urban about 200 in 1990 but in 2030, it is 900.
Overall, the number of urban in India about300 in 2005 but but number of urban in India 600 in 2030. It steady decreased between 2005 and 2030.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Sun Nov 07, 2010 8:29 am

The firs graph describes the population growth trend in three countries namely The USA , India and China over a period of 1950 to 2005 and as well as the projected figure after 2005 to 2050. Whereas the second graph presents the trend of urbanization within the same period in China and India.
Population growth in the USA showed a steady status starting from 150 millions in 1950, remain more or less stable and reached 200 millions in 2005 with a projected estimation of being 250 millions by the year 2050.
In case of India starting at 350 millions in 1950 we see an increasing tendency throughout the year, touched 1000 millions in 2005 and is predicted to rise a highest number of 1500 millions population by the year 2050.
On the other hand China shows a rising trend with 550 millions of people in 1950, reached 1500 millions by the year 2005 and then a projected slow growth till the year 2025 then a slight decrease till 2050 , stopped at 1300 millions. That means a negative growth in the future.

The second chart depicts urbanization trends in china and India. Migrating to urban areas is much higher for China than India though the beginning were same for the two countries. Whereas, number of total population living in India is greater than China. The number of people living in rural China started with a huge population of 500 millions as against 300 millions in India but the projection shows a negative trend for Chinese rural people and dipped at 500 millions that is the projected urban population for India.
So more and more people in China are interested to live in urban areas than India.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Wed Dec 08, 2010 2:56 pm

The line graph gives information about the growth of population in India,China and US from 1950 to 2040.
Firstly,India's population was lesser than China in 1950,but it is expected to go higher than China by 2050.Also,it is predicted,that between 2025 and 2030 the number of population will reach at approximately 1,500 millions for both the countries.In comparison,the population of US was under 250 million in 1950's and is expected to be at around 500 million by 2050,which is much lower than the other two countries.In addition the population increased dramatically in case of China and India where as the population of US rose slowly.
The second line graph reveals the increasing urbanisation figures of China and India.The growth of rural population of China was higher than that of India in 1950 and is expected to be nearly 600 million for both the countries by 2040.Also,the urban population of India and China was under 100 millions and is predicted to increase dramatically in coming years.
In conclusion,the population rose and is expected to rise in future for India and China.However,the figures for India might go higher as compared to China in next 40 years.Also,the population of US will also grow but will be at much lower figures than the asian countries.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Wed Jan 12, 2011 9:43 pm

Thanks for the post
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Tue Mar 22, 2011 3:46 pm

There are two line graphs, the first one shows the number of people in three different countries (China, India and US), from 1950 to 2005 and a prospective of growth until 2050.The second graph shows the rural and urban population in India and China during the period between 1950 and 2005 and predict it until 2030.
In both graphs the vertical axis shows the population in millions and the horizontal axis shows the time in years in five years sntervals.
The population of these three coutries grew during the period studied but as we can observe Chine and India had bigger growth than US which had just a slightly difference of population number during the years. The prediction to 2050 is that India will increase population achieving more than 1500 million people while Chine will have around 1300 million people and US will have between 250 and 500 milion people.
In the second graph is possible to notice a tendency of a continuous increase in the urban population in China and India, and also a increase in rural population in India but prediction of decrease of rural population in China after 2005.
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PostSubject: Took alot of time    Wed Apr 27, 2011 12:04 pm

The first graph shows the increasing trend of population in China, India and US from 1950 until 2005 while the second graph tally China and India’s increasing and decreasing rate of urbanisation within the same years with both graphs having a foreseeable trend up to 2050.

Although China leads by 500 million in population as India follows behind by 300 million it is distinguishable that both countries share a steady increased rate of population growth from 1950 up to 2005 there are predictions that after 2005 India’s population is more likely to exceed china by 1.2 million in 2030 and will progress up to 1.7 million until 2050 while the steady population growth of the US is at a hundred million slowly it increased reaching its peak in 1995 with a population growth of two hundred fifty million and steadily progressing towards two hundred fifty million in 2005 but it is predicted that any drastic increase or decrease of population growth is neither foreseeable in the coming years it is possible that the population will gradually increase by five hundred million. Alongside is the rate of urbanisation within the same years in China and India, In China with an estimate of 8 million of its population having lived in the rural areas reached its peak in 1975 – 1985 almost reaching nine hundred million but after 1985 until 2005 it returned to eight hundred million with a prediction that the estimated number of its population may decrease by six hundred million around 2030. India’s rural population had a steady increase from 1950 – 2005 it is was predicted that there will still be an increase of the rural population even after 2005 but will soon plunged down in 2050.

Having higher rates of population in China and India it is plausible that many people will soon seek the urban areas for more opportunities of well – paying jobs to support their families and make use of the amenities that come along with living in urbanized areas.


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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Tue Jul 19, 2011 3:25 am

The first line graph illustrates information on the population growth in China, India and USA. And the second graph shows population growth and rates of urbanization in China and India over time, with projections beyond 2005.

In the first graph there are clear differences in population growth between India, China and USA. Population growth in USA has remains stable all over this year. However in the period of 1995 to 2005 the population growth in India is just double. Same scenario about population growth is shown in China.

The second graphs shows the same trends for China and India for first 40 years. The population has been rapidly growing in both urban and rural areas. In the year 1990 China's rural population began to fall and urban population steadily increase. From 1985 to 2005 it increased in 200 millions of people. The same thing to India's rural and urban population is predicted in 2020.

In conclusion, it seems that both Asian countries China and India have much bigger population then USA and, according to figure, these populations are steadily growing now and probably will in the future.
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