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The table below provide information on rental charges and salaries in three areas of London.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below. You should write at least 150 words.
|  |  |Weekly rents per property (£/w) |  |Salaries needed (£/year) | |Area |  |1 bed |  |1 bed | | | |2 bed | |2 bed | |Notting Hill | |3 bed | |3 bed | | | | | | | |Regent's Park | |375 | |98,500 | | | |485 | |127,500 | |Fulham | |738 | |194,000 | | | | | | | | | |325 | |85,500 | | | |450 | |118,000 | | | |650 | |170,500 | | | | | | | | | |215 | |56,500 | | | |390 | |102,500 | | | |600 | |157,500 | | | | | | |

model answer:

The table shows two sets of related information: the relative cost, in pounds, of renting a property with one, two or three bedrooms in three different suburbs of London and an indication of the kind of annual salary you would need to be earning to rent in these areas.

Of the three areas mentioned, Notting Hill is the most expensive with weekly rents starting at £375 (salary approximately f 100,000) and rising to £738 per week for a 3-bedroom property. To afford this, you would require a salary in the region of £200,000 per annum. Alternatively, Fulham is the cheapest area shown with rents ranging from £215 per week for a one bedroom property to £600 per week for a 3-bedroom property. To rent in this area, salaries need to be somewhere between £85,000 and £170,000 depending on the number of bedrooms required. For those able to pay in the middle price range for accommodation, Regent's Park might be a more suitable district. (163 words)

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The diagram below shows how a central heating system in a house works.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. You should write at least 150 words.
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This diagram provides an overview of a domestic central heating system. It shows how the tank, boiler and pipes ensure a constant flow of hot waterto both the radiators and the taps.

The cold water enters the house and is stored in a water storage tank in the roof. From there ü flows down to the boiler, located on the ground floor of the house.

The boiler, which is fuelled by gas or oil, heats up the water as...
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