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  1. Task One

  2. The pie chart shows worldwide mobile phone sales for five brands (Sony, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and other) in percentages in 2005, whereas the bar graph gives information about sales of the same brands of mobile phones in Japan and France in the same year. Overall, the highest percentage of sales around the world and in France was Nokia, while in Japan it was Sony.

  3. Looking at the pie chart, we can see that Nokia had the largest percentage of sales in the world at 40 percent. The second most common brand of mobile phone was Samsung at just under a third. Together, Motorola and Sony accounted for aquarter of sales, at 15% and 10% respectively. The least popular kind of mobile phone worldwide was other at only 5 percent, a) … Similar to the world, the highest-selling brand of mobile phone in France was Nokia, at slightly more than a quarter. However, the lowest percentage of sales was for Sony at 9%, b) … Unlike in the world and in France, in Japan Sony had the greatest percentage of sales, at 29%, c) … Other was the least popular brand in Japan, d) …

  4. Looking at the pie chart, we can see that Nokia had the largest percentage of sales in the world at 40 percent. The second most common brand of mobile phone was Samsung at just under a third. Together, Motorola and Sony accounted for a quarter of sales, at 15% and 10% respectively. The least popular kind of mobile phone worldwide was other at only 5 percent, which was much lower than for the rest of the brands. Similar to the world, the highest-selling brand of mobile phone in France was Nokia, at slightly more than a quarter. However, the lowest percentage of sales was for Sony at 9%, which was almost the same as worldwide sales for Sony. Unlike in the world and in France, in Japan Sony had the greatest percentage of sales, at 29%, which was nearly three times more than the percentage of Sony sales around the world. Other was the least popular brand in Japan, which was the same as in the rest of the world.

  5. Task Two All over the world, many people smoke and this is causing huge health related problems. What are some solutions to this problem?

  6. Smoking is widespread in every country of the world. This is a problem because it causes many serious illnesses, such as cancer, heart disease and poor eyesight. In this essay, I will discuss some possible solutions for this issue. The first solution depends on education. Governments should pay for education programs that teach people about the dangers of smoking. If people knew exactly how dangerous smoking is, then maybe they would stop smoking or not even start. These programs should particularly focus on young people at school, because it is easier to never start smoking than it is to try to give up.

  7. A second solution is to make cigarettes more expensive with a special tax. For example, in many countries, governments put a tax of 40 or 50 percent on cigarettes. As a result, smoking is very expensive, so many people do not smoke because they do not have enough money. This is especially useful for stopping young people from starting to smoke as they often do not have much money. Another important point is that smokers frequently need help to quit smoking. Therefore, governments should support smokers who want to quit by providing them with free advice and special medication. Governments could also pay for ex-smokers to visit people who are trying to stop smoking, so that they could give them extra encouragement. Finally, advertisements for smoking should be banned. If people did not see advertising that shows smoking as fashionable and enjoyable, then they might not start smoking. Because of this, fewer people would die from smoking.

  8. In conclusion, smoking is a common activity, but it is extremely bad for people’s health. However, there are several solutions to this problem. Governments should educate people about the health risks of smoking, increase the price of cigarettes, help smokers who want to quit, and prohibit cigarette advertising. My advice for all people is to stop smoking, or better yet, never start. g – c – h – f – d – e – a – b