The Line Graph Shows the Cost of Watching Films: AC Writing Task 1

The line graph shows the cost of watching films. The pie charts show the change in the percentage of market share represented by the three forms.

The line graph shows the cost of watching films. The pie charts show the change in the percentage of market share represented by the three forms.

The line graphs show the information on watching movies to spend money in three different formats from 2005 to 2011 and the pie charts show the information about how customers like to watch movies in three different forms. Overall, people always want to watch movies to spend money on DVDs because it is not that costly and anyone can watch it at home anytime.

A glance at line graphs shows the information on how much movie cost to watch movies from 2005 to 2011. In 2005 the most costly way to watch was going to movie theatres the cost was 9 pounds and through the year to 2011 is always going to increase and ended up to 14 pounds in 2011. While DVD and Legal download are not that expensive, DVD cost started from 6 pounds and went to 8 pounds in 2011 and legally download through the web in 2005 it costs 8 pounds and ended up to 9 pounds in 2011.

The pie chart shows how users watch movies in three different formats. In 2005 people mainly rent a DVD the number was 64%, and only 30% watch movies in the cinema and the rest watch through the web. Meanwhile, in 2011, DVD again won the race with 56%, but this time watching movies online won the race over cinema. (26% was legal to download and 18% at the cinema)

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