Grafik soruları da dahil olmak üzere, IELTS testinin her aşamasında güncel konulara yer veriliyor. IELTS formatına uygun grafikleri sizin için takip ediyor ve düzenli aralıklarla bu sayfaya ekliyorum.
The chart illustrates the changes in the annual revenue of 5 footwear brands over a period of 4 years, spanning from 2017 to 2020.
It is clear that Nike solely dominated the market with the sales in 2020 approaching 30 billion dollars, far ahead of its closest counterpart, Adidas. Despite a negligible fall in 2019, Nike surpassed the 25-billion threshold in 2020, earning at least twice more than Adidas did.
By contrast, with its sales trends not changing much, Adidas managed to earn close to 14 billion dollars in 2020, slightly less than in former years, still much greater than its competitors—Asics, Puma, and Under Armour.
The level of income remained far lower, but steady among other brands, with Puma and Asics annually earning almost 3 billion dollars, while the peak sales for Under Armour hardly approached a billion dollars.
Overall, in any given year, Nike earned more than did all other brands combined, with its final sales being far greater than in earlier years.
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The chart compares the changes in the projected market share of passenger vehicles (internal combustion, electric, and fuel cell) in China over a period spanning until 2040.
While internal combustion vehicles are projected to make up the overwhelming majority at 98% in 2020, the figure is expected to fall gradually in subsequent years, decreasing to 40% by 2040, with electric vehicles being the new market leader at 59%. The decline will be much sharper between 2030 and 2040, when half the market share of internal combustion vehicles will be lost.
Despite a meager market share in 2020 at 2%, electric vehicles are expected to gain momentum on a steady basis, with the greatest rise occurring between 2030 and 2040, from 20% to 59%. By contrast, fuel cell vehicles will make a debut only in 2040 with a negligible share of 1%, far behind the rest.
Overall, a drastic change is anticipated in the distribution of passenger vehicles in China, with electric car use soaring after 2030.
The chart illustrates the changes in the annual growth of e-commerce in 4 different countries over a period of 7 years, spanning from 2014 to 2020.
With its growth rate spiking after 2016, China surpassed the 40%-threshold soon after 2019, maintaing its lead throughout the entire period. The UK trailed behind China all this time, but the rise was not as sharp, barely approaching 30% by the end. Both countries managed to more than double the initial figure.
The increase was far less impressive in both the US and Germany, with the former being constantly ahead. With the increase coming to a halt between 2016 and 2018, neither of them could exceed the 10%-threshold until the second half of 2018, but the US suddenly reached a growth rate of almost 15% soon after.
Overall, China had the largest proportional growth in e-commerce, with the gap with others increasingly widening after 2017.
The chart compares the number of medals (gold, silver, and bronze) won by 10 different countries in the Tokyo Olympics.
It is clear that the US and China significantly outcompeted the rest, with the former winning more than 120 medals. While the score is almost even in gold medals (39 vs. 38), the gap in silver (41 vs. 32) and bronze (33 vs. 18) is much greater, all in favour of the US.
Among the rest, Japan stands out with 27 gold medals, but when it comes to overall number of medals won, ROC is notably ahead with a much greater performance in silver and bronze. Excluding China and the US, the UK and ROC seem to be the only countries that secured at least 20 medals in each category.
The performance of the remaining countries was more or less the same, with Australia leading in gold (17) and Italy in bronze (20). Wheras Netherlands, France, Germany, and Italy won an identical number of gold medals, distribution in silver and bronze varied greatly.
Overall, the US managed to win far more medals than did any other country, with only China being in serious rivalry.