依据海外写毕业论文的规范,相近剑12 Test 5的数据图表的所有统计数据都应当写出去。
合理的排序方式 ,能让文章内容较为好写.在考虑到这一题型的那时候,人们特别是在要考虑到 写什么比照 (comparisons).
1个关键(可是又一直被考生忘却)的比照是,相同年龄层中性别比例的 尺寸关联 。要写这一点,就不可以将1个年龄层下的男和女的占比拆分离,要 一起写 。那麼,人们总有了 6组不能分拆的信息内容 ,接下去要考虑到的是如何把这6组信息内容 分为2个大组 。
通常会考虑到的方式 是男士高过女士的分为1个大组,女士高过男士的分为另外大组。可是,这一题型的1个特性取决于：男士高过女士的,只能1组(15-24岁)。依照左右的排序方式 ,就必然出現1个大组包括了5个年龄层(10个统计数据),另外大组包括1个年龄层(2个统计数据),它是不太好的按段。
因此,对于这一题型,还要 另一个动脑子 了.例如, 依照年纪来分大组 ：45岁左右和下列各1个大组.那样,能确保每一大组是3组统计数据(6个).因此,就获得了这篇范文的构造.
men who did regular physical activity有木有替换成?
1. men who did regular physical exercise
2. men who regularly exercised
3. men who engaged in regular physical activity
4. men who involved in regular physical activity
极速彩票APPThe chart below shows how frequently people in the USA ate in fast food restaurants between 2003 and 2013.
once a week和once or twice a month分为1个大组；
several times a week和a few times a year分为1个大组；
every day和never相匹配的6个统计数据也不高过5%(并且3%和5%的差别确实不大),因此所有能够用一段话带过(说白了的不列举,指的是 不写成实际的统计数据 ,这不一定 彻底不提 ),这话不用独立成段,能够考虑到写在打头段。
根据剑8 Test2的评委范文,once a week和once or twice a month相匹配的2003年的统计数据能够不写.
The bar chart describes how often individuals in America consumed fast food at restaurants in 2003, 2006 and 2013. Those who never dined in them and who dined in them every day accounted for less than a tenth of all people in the US.
In all three years, over a half of these people ate in these restaurants once a week, or once or twice a month. The percentage of those who dined in them once a week increased to a third of all Americans in 2006, before falling to 27% in 2013. In contrast, the proportion of those who visited these restaurants once or twice a month dropped to a quarter in 2006, but rose to slightly over a third in 2013.
Americans who ate fast food at restaurants several times a week constituted around 16% of the US population in both 2003 and 2013, and a larger percentage (one fifth) in 2006。 Those who dined in these restaurants a few times a year represented similar percentages (approximately 15%) in all three years。
In sum, the largest groups of diners at fast food restaurants consisted of those who ate in them once a week in 2003 and 2006, but comprised those who did so once or twice a month in 2013.
people who ate in fast food restaurants能够改为
1. people who consumed/ate fast food in restaurants
2. people who dined in fast food restaurants
3. people who visited fast food restaurants
4. diners at fast food restaurants
1. those who did so
2. people who dined in these restaurants
3. people who visited these restaurants
4. diners at these restaurants
一部分考生,非得把题型 当做静态数据图 来写(2003年,2006年和2013年各写每段；即同样色调的柱头写成每段). 下面是汉堡加盟项目：
The bar chart describes how often individuals in America consumed fast food at restaurants in 2003, 2006 and 2013。 In all three years, over a half of these people ate in them once a week, or once or twice a month; those who never dined in them and who dined in them every day accounted for less than a tenth of all people in the US。
Back in 2003, both those who dined at fast food restaurants once a week and those who did so once or twice a month constituted around 30% of all diners. While 17% of people in the US visited these restaurants several times a week, about 13% of Americans dined in them only a few times a year.
极速彩票APPIn 2006, the largest group of people who ate fast food in these restaurants consisted of those who ate in them once a week, representing a third of people in the US. A fourth of them visited once or twice a month and a fifth dined in them several times a week. The figure for those who did so a few times a year was merely 15%.
In general, Americans ate fast food less frequently in 2013。 The largest group comprised those who visited such restaurants once or twice a month, constituting a third, although those who did so once a week represented slightly over a fourth。 Similar percentages (about 15%) of these people ate in them either several times a week or a few times a year。