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The bar charts illustrate the average house expenses in England and its capital city – London, and to present the comparison regarding the average house prices between distinct areas of England within the year 2013.
Overall, it is patently obvious that in the first graph, the average house prices in England and London underwent upward trends, with its prices for residents living in the capital eclipsing those of the country house price. Additionally, an average house in London cost the most, whereas people residing in the North East were reported to allocate the least amount money for housing.
it could be observed from the bar chart that in the year 1995, the average price of a house in London was $20,000, which was far higher compared to that in England, at around $13,000. Despite the reciprocal surge in both places until the year 2013, the spending on housing in the capital still accounted for a dominant prevalence, with the figures registering a remarkable over $40,000 for a house, more than double the country’s average.
As for the price range, houses in London were recorded to be at the top of the list, reaching a high of $400,000. The figures for South East and the South West ranked second and third places, at around $31,000 and $26,000 respectively. In stark contrast, housing prices were more affordable for citizens living in Midlands and North East, at only around a mere $10,000.
Some people think students should study the science of food and how to prepare it. Others think that school time should be used in learning important subjects. Discuss both views and give your opinion?
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