Task 01: Pie Chart
The charts below show the differences in how people in 3 countries learned English in 2010 and 2015.
The pie charts illustrate the proportions of people learning English in different countries in 2010 and 2015.
In general, the percentage of people learning English online increased in all countries while the opposite was true for those attending evening classes, especially in country B. In addition, no one went abroad to learn English in country C in 2010 while this choice was fairly popular in the other two countries.
In 2010, 94% of English learners in country C attended evening English classes, compared to 70% in country A and 72% in country B. In contrast, no English learners in country C chose to study abroad while the figures in country A and B were 25% and 20%, respectively. The proportions of people learning English online were under 10% in all countries (5% in country A, 8% in country B and 6% in country C).
After 5 years, there were significant changes in the percentage of people learning online, with the most noticeable being a fourfold increase to 32% in country B. The figures for country A and C also rose to 10% and 15%, respectively. Conversely, the percentage of people going to evening classes saw a downward trend, with a drop of 3% in country A, 24% in country B and 12% in country C. The figures for people learning English abroad did not change much as they remained at around 20% and higher in country A and B while country C saw a small increase of just 3%.