IELTS Report, topic: Flow chart describing how laundry service works (from Target Band 7 book)

This report was written on a topic from “Target Band 7” book (page 45, reprinted with permission).

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task

The flow chart below explains how laundry is handled.

Using information from the flow chart describe the laundry process.

Write at least 150 words

Flow chart describing how laundry service works, from Target Band 7 book

Answer (approx. IELTS Band 7 level)

The flowchart illustrates how a commercial laundry service works. There are nine or ten steps involved in handling laundry, and the number of steps depends on the type of laundry.

After laundry is collected from suppliers, it is separated into towels and linen. Each type of laundry is loaded into laundry bags, which are then transported and loaded into a laundry machine. Following that, the washing cycle begins, and it takes two hours from start to finish. After washing, water is partially drained from the laundry by pressing, and the next stage is different for towels and linen. Towels are dried completely, whereas linen is only partially dried. The half-wet linen is then ironed. In the final step, laundry, including both towels and linen, is transported to the folding machine.

Overall, the entire process is very similar for the two types of laundry. The only step that differs relates to the level of dryness of the laundered fabric.

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IELTS Report, topic: Single line graph describing rainfall statistics (from Target Band 7 book)

This report was written on a topic from “Target Band 7” book (page 40, reprinted with permission).

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task

The line graph below describes rainfall statistics for Somecountry.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown.

Write at least 150 words

Line graph describing rainfall statistics for Somecountry, from Target Band 7 book

Answer (approx. IELTS Band 7 level)

The line graph compares the average of amount of rainfall in Somecountry in 2004 in monthly terms. It can be clearly seen that the rainfall was the lowest in February, but relatively high in July, August and October.

From January to May 2004 the monthly amount of rainfall was below 50mm, and the least amount of rainfall was reported in February. The figures from March to May were gradually rising, however there were no significant changes during that period.

In contrast, between June and December the rainfall was quite volatile. For instance, while July and October had the higher amount of rainfall, 60mm and 65mm respectively, September saw a rapid decline in precipitation, dropping to 55mm. The rainfall in December also declined from October’s high to just about 50mm.

In conclusion, we can say that earlier months saw stable amounts of rainfall, but in the second half of the year the rainfall constantly fluctuated.

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