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# Ielts Writing 1 marking required~

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22 Dec 2013, 23:30
Hi guys, it will be great if you all can assist me in marking the essay below! Thanks!!

The chart illustrates three type of costs contribution to the New Town Library from private, state, federal, charitable and other parties.
It is clear that all the five parties made most of their contributions in operating and building costs, while other costs received the lowest contribution from them.
Private sector provides their most contribution onto the operating and building sections, with around \$2250 and \$1000 respectively. State government contributes the same amount as to the operating costs of private. Yet, their contributions on the building costs is much more higher, with an extra \$250.
Charitable contributes the largest proportion of funds on building cost (around \$3250), followed by federal and state. The same potency goes to the operating costs where federal sponsors only \$1750 while charitable contributes a slightly higher amount at just above \$2000. Other unknown party had made their least contribution on both the building and other costs, with just under \$750 and nearly \$100 accordingly. It is noticeable that other costs received the least contributions with below \$250 from all parties.
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