PTE Academic Speaking : Describe Image With Answer Practice Test Sample 01
Describe Image With Answers – In this section, you will be given a image (graph, map, chart, table or picture). Study the image for 25 seconds and describe in detail what the graph is showing.
Important Note: You are not expected to explain the whole image in 40 seconds. Just explain the key points.
PTE Academic Speaking – Describe Image (Line Charts)
1. Describe the given below graph
The graph shows changes in the price of fresh fruits and vegetables, sugar and sweets, and carbonated drinks over a thirty-year period in the US. The graph also shows the general trend in the consumer price index during this time.
The consumer price index & prices of sugar showed steady increase from 1979 to 2009 whereas increase in price of carbonated drinks is very slow. In contrast, price of fresh fruits and vegetables, despite periodic fluctuations, rose sharply.
To conclude, we can say that overall inflation has increased in last three decades.
2. Describe the given below graph.
The graph compares the rate of smoking between men and women in Someland between the years 1960 and 2000.
Since 1960, the rate of smoking in men is gradually decreasing. It had dropped to 250 by 2000. In contrast, the rate of smoking in women in 1960 was very low at only 80 in every 1,000. It increased till 1975 but since then it has been declining. It had dropped to 200 by 2000.
In conclusion, though the rate of smoking in men dropped throughout the whole period but it was always at a higher level than the female figures.
3. Describe the given below graph.
The graph shows population trends in Europe and Asia as a percentage of world population between 1750 and 2000. Asia had a much bigger percentage of the world population during this period than Europe.
Asia’s proportion dropped from 65 to 55 percent between 1750 and 1950 but reached 60 percent in 2000. Europe’s population was fairly stable from 1750 to 1850 at just over 20 percent of world population. Then it rose slightly in 1900 before falling by more than half to just over ten percent in 2000.