وهو عبارة عن جدول ويعتبر من اسهل أنواع المهمة الأولى والتخطيط للإجابة في هذا النوع من اسهل مراحل التخطيط بسبب وضوحه التام ولأنه لا يحتاج الى شرح او تفصيل وبالنسبة لطريقة الكتابة فهي مشابهة جداً لما تم شرحه مسبقاً في الـ Bar graphs والـ Pie charts، وتأتي الأسئلة كما هو موضح في الشكل في الأسفل:
هذا الجدول يتحدث عن معدل الإنفاق لهذه الفئات العمرية على اربع منتجات في المملكة المتحدة في العام 1998
والجدول التالي يتحدث عن نسبة الانفاق على عدد من المنتجات في خمس دول مختلفة
This table depicts the consumption expenditure proportion of various items in five countries in 2002. It is clear from the graph that Turkey’s national consumption was the far highest among all other nations.
According to what is shown, food, drinks, and tobacco category had the highest expenditure from Turkey and Ireland at 32.14 and 28.91 per cent respectively. Although Spain was the next in the order of expenses, other two countries had nearly the same ratio spent; hovering around 18% and 15%.
The other two expenses: Appearance, leisure, and education had low congruity; the highest percentage in clothing and footwear was for Italy at exactly 9% while for leisure/education it was Turkey at 4.3%. Other countries spent with an average of 6% in appearance with Sweden spending the least at 5.4%. Turkey spent the highest in the other sector by 4.3% while Spain spent the least proportion wise at about 2 per cent.
To sum up, we could say that food related items were the largest expenditure for all nations following with clothing category.
وهنا سؤال اخر يتحدث عن كمية استهلاك الشخص الواحد في عدد من الدول للمشروبات الكحولية والعصائر في العام الواحد
وطريقة الإجابة تكون كالتالي:
These tables show the amount of beer and fruit juice consumed per person per year in ten different countries around the world. It’s clear from the graph that, beer get consumed more than fruit juice in these countries.
According to what is shown, beer is most popular in Ireland, with the average Irish drinking 155 litres per year. While Germany and Austria consume above 100 litres per person respectively, Netherland and Finland consume the least beer with 80 litres and 79 litres per person. It’s very clear that United Kingdom ranks almost in the middle in both tables and Netherlands maintains its 9th rank in both categories.
While, Canadians, who consume the most, drink an average of 52.6 litres of fruit juice each a year, New Zealander, hold the least drinking level, consumes almost half of this proportion. Swedes drink approximately the same quantity of fruit juice as Australians, which is 35.5 litres per year then comes the Finnish and the British who drink 33 and 29.3 litres per year respectively.
To sum up, we could say that beer is most consumed by European countries. While, fruit juice is most consumed by North American countries.