Đề bài: The graphs below show a comparison of the expenses in the UK and the US.
The pie chart illustrates the percentage of different categories of expenditures in the UK and the US.
Overall, it can be clearly seen that the expending on rent and food are the largest propotion in two nations. Beside that, people in both countries have the similar percentage of expenses on four categories remaining.
It is evidents that the percentage of expenditures on DVDs, going out and transport are exactly the same in both countries. 10%, 15% and 15%, respectively.
In terms of the propotion of expense which is spent on books in the UK is 12%, compare with this figure for the US at 15%. Spending on rent costs 30% the total expenditure in the UK. This figure for food is 18%, which is the second large number on this data set. In contrast of expenses on rents in the US, it costs the US residents 20%. This figure for food is 25%, which is the largest propotion of the US data set.