题目：The bar chart below shows the number of visitors to the main attractions in a European country in 1981, 1991 and 2001.
注意题目的改写：in 1981、1991 and 2001一共二十年的时间，可以改写为20-year- period或者two decades.
首先可以从人数最多的central amusement park开始描述其二十年的趋势；
呈上升趋势的：national park; national gallery (每十年就几乎又一倍的增长)；
The bar charts give information about how many travelers have visited five tourist destinations in a European country and how this number has changed in two decades.
It is noticeable that Central amusement park was the most attractive tourist spot with 25 million people visiting in 1981. Though this figure dropped to 20 million in 1991, it reclined to 22 million a decade later. Another noticeable finding is that in one decade (1981-1991), the number of people visiting the National Park witnessed a dramatical increase from 10 million to 15 million. This climb slowed down in the next decade with an increase of only 2 million people.
A similar trend has been found in the increase of travelers to the National Gallery. In 1981, only 7 million people chose to visit that attraction. However, this figure was almost doubled in 10-years’ time. It continued to grow under the similar speed, in 2001, more than 20 million people have visited the National Gallery.
The figure has shown little change in the Science Park. In 1981, only 7 million people have visited that place. After experiencing a slight increase, the number continued to drop and reached 6 million in 2001. Similarly, the figure for Central Zoo remained stable, with just 5 million of visitors going there for two decades, which makes it the least attractive tourist spot for people.
In some countries, people waste a lot of food which is bought in shops and restaurants. What do you think are the reasons? What can be done to solve this problem?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
In the current society, with the improving life standard, diet has become a hot topic discussed among citizens who attach importance to what they are going to eat. As a byproduct of this circumstance, the great amount of wasted food has been an top concern around the world.
No one can deny why the waste of food is enormous is because people having more money than before are prone to buy more food based on their preference instead of their real needs; as a result, lots of food cannot be consumed, and the exceeded expense would be one of the main reasons. Meanwhile, taking the globalization into consideration, the whole world is merging, which means that various products from different areas can be brought to everyone's life by using online shopping, and the sale promotion and advertisements used by the manufacturers are crammed into our daily life; therefore, the increasing temptations and convenience motivate individuals' curiosity to place order repetitively even they do not need, which gradually forms a habit of wasting.
However, there is the fact that food is the treasure and is worth to cherishing, so that everyone has the responsibility to save the food. Government, as the maker of all the rules in the society, can formulate the strict principles and implement seriously to prevent people from wasting food, such as improving the supervising system and rising the fine. Besides, compared with the punishment, the prevention shouldn't be ignored. Increasing the awareness of saving food in the society can also contribute to help people to build a right concept of consumption, which can be an effective way to solve the problem from its origin.
In conclusion, although the better life offers people more opportunities to experience new and attractive things, we do need to maintain some good traditions, and the importance of saving food should be noticed.
题目：The chart below shows the number of visitors to the main attractions in an European country between 1981 and 2001. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least 150 words.
The bar chart illustrates how popular the five tourist attractions were in a European country from 1981 to 2001. It is noticeable that the Central Amusement Park had the largest number of visitors during the two decades, while the tourists to the Central Zoo remained the lowest level.
In 1981, about 25 million people went to the Central Amusement Park, and this figure dropped to 20 million in 1991 but recovered a decade later with a 2 million increase, making it the attraction with the largest number of visitors over the 20 years. Science Park shared a similar trend with the Central Amusement Park, though its visitors accounted for only half or even less than one third of the people in the amusement park, with viewer numbers fluctuating between 6 to 8 million from 1981 to 2001.
The Central Zoo saw a stable figure of 5 million in the quantity of visitors, which was also the only attraction site that remained at the same figure in 20 years. In comparison, the National Park and National Gallery experienced an increment of visits during this period, starting from 10 million and 7 million respectively in 1981, to 15 million and 12 million in 1991, and reaching 17 million and 20 million in 2001. What worth noting is that the visitors to the gallery for the first time outnumbered those to the National Park in 2001.
题目：In some countries, people waste a lot of food which is bought in shops and restaurants. What do you think are the reasons? What can be done to solve this problem?
Nowadays, technological and economic breakthroughs have brought sufficient food to feed populations on the planet, but a trouble that goes with it is that a significant amount of food purchased by people in some countries ends up as waste. Understanding the reasons lying behind this problem and avoiding food squander has become a priority which leads us to a discussion.
Among all the possible causes of food waste I think the most important one is that most consumers lack appropriate planning before purchasing. Sometimes people buy excessively without making appropriate plans on when and how the food will be eaten up. Coupled with the contemporary flexible schedules of work and life, people therefore tend to change food preparation plans or fail to remember to use it on time until it is expired and has to be thrown away as waste. Sales promotions caused by over-storage of food in shops, restaurants or supermarkets is another reason why people tend to buy more than needed and the excess will often end up in the trash bin.
There are, accordingly, several actions to be taken to help reduce food waste. The most important step is that consumers change their shopping habits and get accustomed to meal planning such as using grocery lists so as to avoid impulsive buys. This way, people are less likely to load in things they do not need. It is also suggested that people buy items only when they prepare to use them, and wait until all the peri****les are all used up before buying more. In addition, for the food service industries and businesses, they should set up appropriate rules and regulations on the storage and sales of food products.
In conclusion, food waste is a worrisome problem that concerns the majority of people around the world. To tackle this problem, both individuals and businesses should donate their efforts to make the food on the planet sustainable.