①A department has the lowest sales figure in the three departments，followed by the B department and C department.
②The figure of A is about twice as much as that of B.
③The income from sales is 10 million，making the company the highest one in sales.
④The A’s income reaches 20 million，which is in the middle of the list.
①The rise lasted for two weeks and then began to level off in June.
②The trend/increase slowed down in May.
③The trend of increasing working hours began to gain momentum in January. (开始走强)
④Prices went up by 50%， but the number of smokers maintained.
⑤It picked up speed at the end of this year.
常用词汇及表达法：increase，decrease，rise，fall，slow down，level off，pick up speed，maintain，drop，the trend reverses，decline，gain/lose momentum, a steady/ substantial(实质性的)increase，a minor/slight/dramatic drop。
①It accounts for 30% of the total population.
②There are 4 members with master’s degrees，making up nearly a quarter of the workforce.
③Doctors make up 40% of the staff in the hospital.
①The figure of income increased by about 200% as compared with ten years ago.
②The number of students has reached 200，indicating a rise of 4%，compared to last year.
The two bar charts indicate the annual emissions of CO2 per capita and populations of seven countries. Industrialized countries certainly contribute more to the CO2 levels in the atmosphere，with the US at the top —3.93 tons per capita per year. It is followed by Japan and the UK，with emissions of 3.32 tons and 2.15 tons respectively. Though these countries usually don’t have large populations，they consume disproportionately large quantities of natural resources and therefore are more blamed for global warming. Developing countries，on the other hand，usually have lower levels of emissions. China，for example，has the largest population in the list. Yet its emission of CO2 per capita is only 980 kg，being about a quarter of the emission level of the US. Another good example is Korea. Its population is the smallest in the list，so is its per capita emission of CO2?
The charts show no correlation between emission levels of CO2 and the sizes of population.
①The curves show__in a certain year.
②It can be seen that__(sth)fluctuates quite substantially in this year.
③It just increases slightly.
④The pie charts show the changes__in some place in 1999?
⑤It can be seen from the chart that the proportions of A and B are going down, though the falling level of the latter is a lot higher/lower than that of the former.
⑥The expansion is more noticeable during the second half of the 8--year period.
⑦It falls from 30% of the staff in 1990 to 20% in 1998 and then the trend reverses， finishing at 34% in 2000.
⑧And A is higher than B except for the months June to September.__drops dramatically from about__in January to__in June.
⑨The falling trend levels off from__to__，__(sth) goes all the way up to__and then it begins to drop to.