Apologies the site that originally hosted the link recommended here is no longer available. Please can I redirect you to the excellent graph language found at Writefix. They are truly excellent.
I will be soon posting more materials on this here.
[Here is a quick post of a link to useful site for describing graphs for academic task 1. In a way it is quite limited as it only gives you the trend-based language for time graphs, but the way it does this is excellent as it shows you how to use the vocabulary. Here are some reasons why I recommend this site to you:
- clever visuals to show you exactly what the word/phrase means
- examples of how to use the language in a sentence
- notes on how to use the vocabulary
- links to related vocabulary
You can check it out here: graph language]