A rich variety of vocabularies is one of the most important keys to get a 7 or higher grammar score in your IELTS writing. These useful verbs for describing the trends of charts can level up your part 1 writing! Learn them now!
The price soared in November.
It rocketed to a high of 75%.
This figure leapt to 80,000 by the end of the period.
The number of televisions sold in 2010 climbed substantially.
It then surged to a high of 75,000 units.
It then plummeted to a low of 20%.
After that it sank to 75%.
- Slip back (For falls that come after rises)
It only slips back to 900 in May.
The number of female doctors dipped in the last decade.
This amount dropped by 30% in the third quarter of the year.
“Dip” and “drop” can also be used as nouns, like “a slight dip”, “a sudden drop”.
Remember to also change these verbs according to the time tense, for example, “sink > sank”, “drop > dropped”.