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The line graph shows the number of books that were borrowed in four different months in 2014 from four village libraries.

Jul 25, 2021 / Academic / 1:23 pm

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The line graph shows the number of books that were borrowed in four different months in 2014 from four village libraries.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.

Information regarding the number of borrowed books from four village libraries over a period of four months in 2014 is depicted in the given line graph.

It is clear from the graph that there were clear fluctuations in the overall pattern of borrowing, except in case of Rye slip, which exhibited a steady decline.

As per the graph, Rye slip lent 300 books to its members in June, which was the highest among the four. This was 50 more than Sutton Wood and 250 more than both West Eaton and Church Mount. When the number of borrowed books from Sutton Wood rose by 25 in July, West Eaton and Church Mount showed a climb in the number of books issued, and this was by approximately 50.

While the issued books’ number from Sutton Wood plummeted to 100, the lending of books continued to grow in West Eaton and Church Mount in August with 150 and 125 respectively. By September, only around 175 books were borrowed from Rye slip, which was almost a half of the June’s statistics. In both West Eaton and Church Mount, the number settled at 150.

The most significant growth ever in the borrowings was recorded between August and September, and this was in case of the Sutton Wood with 200 books to hit a record of 300 issued books.