Imagine that you are doing a project on the book characters favoured by Zetland teenagers who enjoy British literature. You have found some data on the subject – the results of the opinion polls (see the table below).
Comment on the data in the table and give your opinion on the subject of the project.
The opinion poll question:
Which of the following British book characters do you like?
British book character
Number of respondents (%)
Write 200-250 words.
Use the following plan:
– make an opening statement on the subject of the project;
– select and report 2–3 facts;
– make 1–2 comparisons where relevant and give your comments;
– outline a problem that can arise with some books and suggest a way of solving it;
– conclude by giving and explaining your opinion on the importance of reading books for teenagers.
Limited availability: certain books may become rare or go out of print, making it difficult to obtain a copy.
Solutions: explore secondhand bookstores, online marketplaces, or library resources; some books may also be available in digital formats.
High cost: collectible or specialised books can be expensive, making them inaccessible to some readers.
Solutions: consider borrowing them from libraries, joining book clubs, or searching for affordable used copies.