Today, I’m going to be sharing with you a strategy you can use to tackle any describe image question in the exam, no matter how difficult.
Even if you can come with ideas on what to say, transforming those ideas into meaningful sentences is often the hard part. This process can often leave us with hesitations while we speak, which is not good.
So how do we solve this problem?
The secret is having a set of pre-defined sentence structure or templates. But not just any sentence structure. The structures need to be flexible enough to be used in a wide variety of situations. You do not necessarily need to use these structures all the time, but it can be a handy tool to fall back on when you are stuck or are not sure what to say.
- Introduction: (Use labels and axis in graph here)
The given line chart/bar graph/pie chart/image shows/compares, “……”
- Main Body: (fill with high/low/variable movement seen)
By studying the graph/image it can be clearly seen that, “……”
- Conclusion: (Answer to our question, “What can I conclude from looking at this?”)
In conclusion, this a very informative/useful graph/image that tells us about, “……”.