Would you please give me your email address? I would like to send you a report to put some comment on whenever you are free. My exam is on 20th February, so I request you to do me a favour if you can.
It’s very useful when you write about pie charts to use both descriptive language and accurate percentages. For example, almost one quarter (23%) or around one in four (26%). But always remember to put the percentages in brackets.
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Try not to use so many confusing words. Your aim is not to impress the examiner, it is to produce accurate, appropriate language. See my model answers and see how to write more clearly:
I’m not sure what you are referring to. All IELTS pie charts give the percentages or the units sepcifically and students must use what is written on the paper. Any deviation from figures printed on their task sheet will result in lower marks. This is a simple English language test.