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The average household expenditures in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010

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The pie charts below show the average household expenditures in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparsions where relevant.
Introduction
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The pie charts show comparisons about the average household expenditures between japan and malaysia in the year 2010, at perentages with 5 categories.
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The two pie charts show the proportion of money spent on various household necessities in Malaysia and Japan in 2010. The date is calibrated in percentage.
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Expenditures λ₯Ό proportion of money spent 둜 ν‘œν˜„
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necessity - ν•„μˆ˜ν’ˆ
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is calibrated in percentage.
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β€œλΉ„κ΅λ₯Ό 보여주고 μžˆλ‹€β€ κ°€ 쒋은 ν‘œν˜„μΈμ§€λŠ” λͺ¨λ₯΄κ² μŒ. λ‚΄κ°€ 비ꡐ ν•΄μ•Ό ν•˜λŠ” 거지, μ°¨νŠΈκ°€ 비ꡐ 쀑인 것은 μ•„λ‹Œ λ“―.
General trend
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Most percentage is housing and food at both of them. Also other goods and services is included more than a quarter. Expenditures by health care is the smallest factors in two countries.
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Overall, the data indicates that in both cases food, housing and other goods and services were the main expenses while, both countries spent least on health care.
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while, whereas, on the other hand - λ°˜λ©΄μ—
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In the both cases - μ–‘ μͺ½ μΌ€μ΄μŠ€μ—μ„œ
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Spend least on N = κ°€μž₯ 적게 μ“°λ‹€.
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Most of the percentages were taken by N
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In addition, other goods and services accounted for more than a quarter.
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μ°¨μ§€ν•˜λ‹€ - account for
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The smallest comsumption 도 됬을 λ“―.
Body 1
My answer
In japan, without others goods and services, the biggest expenditures at household in 2010 is food and it is more than 50% to sum. Next bigger factors are housing and transport each 21%, 20%. Otherwise(λ°˜λ©΄μ—), spending to health care is only 6% among 100%.
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It can be clearly seen from the chart, in Malaysia the greatest proportion of expenditure (34%) was on housing, while in Japan housing accounted for just 21% of the total. Followed by in Japan the greatest single expense was other goods and services at 29%, compared with 26% in Malaysia.
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Otherwise - 그렇지 μ•ŠμœΌλ©΄
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It can be clearly seen from the chart, phr
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21% of the total.
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Expense = expenditures ( λ‘˜λ‹€ λͺ…사 μ‚¬μš© κ°€λŠ₯ )
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Followed by - λ‹€μŒμœΌλ‘œ
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A phr at percent, compared with percent
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Combining the two, it is more than 50 percent. - λ‘˜μ„ ν•©μΉ˜λ©΄ 50%κ°€ λ„˜λŠ”λ‹€.
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The next largest(biggeset) factors.
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두 λ‚˜λΌλ₯Ό 계속 λΉ„κ΅ν•˜λ©΄μ„œ 써야 함!! ν•˜λ‚˜μ˜ 차트만 계속 ν•˜λ©΄ body 2μ—μ„œ λΉ„κ΅ν•˜κΈ° νž˜λ“€μ–΄μ§!
Body 2
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Spending in Malaysia also is that the health care is smallest factor by only 3%. 그에 λΉ„ν•΄, the vast majority expenditure is housing, at 34%. The transport is only 10%, and it is smaller than 10% more in japan. When the factor of food is compared, it is similar with in japan, each at 27% and 24%.
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Moreover, food came at second place in Japan, at 24%, while in Malaysia the actual proportion was higher (27%). In Japan another major expense was transport, at 20%, but this was much lower in Malaysia (10%). Surprisingly, in both countries the smallest percentage of expenditure was on health care.
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By comparison - 그에 λΉ„ν•΄
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contrastively- λŒ€μ‘°μ μœΌλ‘œ
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And λŒ€μ‹  moveover!
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N came at second place - n이 이등이닀.
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Major N - μ£Όμš” N
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Much lower - 더 적닀
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Surprisingly -
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νΌμ„ΌνŠΈλŠ” 항상 at p%.
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The vast majority of
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The small minority of, merely
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When comparing food consumption, it is similar to Japan by 24% to 28%.