Writing task 1
The table below gives information on consumer spending on different items
in five different countries in 2002.
The given table illustrates the percentages of national consumer
expenditure on various stuff in five European nations in 2002.
The table represents the rates of consumption vary widely in diverse items
of daily life according to each nation. Food, drinks and tobacco are the
least most spent by Sweden at just approximately 16%. This is followed by
Italian which spent 16.30%. the number of clothing and footwear which was
spent by Sweden is 5.4% while Italian spent 9.00% for these. For leisure
and education, it took Spain only 1.98% and Ireland a little bit
Comparing the total outgoings for these three terms, Sweden is the most
modest country although the expense for leisure and education is slightly
higher. Whereas the payment rates of Turkey for food, drinks and tobacco
which was so far the most highest is 32.14%, it was clearly twice as much
as the lowest nation_Sweden. Ireland, Spain and Turkey ‘s consumption for
clothing and footwear are similar to each other following 6.43%, 6.51% and
6.63% respectively. Besides, one of the five countries which paid the
largest attention to leisure and education was Turkey for 4.35%. That
figure double the amount of Spain which is only 1.98% and also
approximately double Ireland for 2.21%.