This lesson explains how to describe a line graph or bar chart for IELTS task 1 that is over time. This uses an example of a bar chart, but it will be the same for a line graph.
When you get a chart or graph to describe, it is always important to check whether there is a time frame or not. If there is, you will need to use the language of change.
However, it is not enough just to describe the changes of each element (ActiveX, Java and Net in this case) on their own and ignore how they relate to each other.
Look at the question – you are asked to compare the data as well. So you must also compare the elements where relevant in your IELTS task 1.
You must also group data together to make sure you have a well organized and coherent answer.
To do this, you need to look for similarities and differences when you first analyze the graph for IELTS task 1, and decide what can be logically put together or not.