Road accidents in the UK
|Where accidents occurred||Age 2 - 4||Age 5 - 7||Ag 8 - 11||Age 12 - 14||Age 15 - 16||Total|
|Going to school|
|Returning from school|
|Playing in the street|
|Cycling in the street|
|Shopping for their parents|
|around two thirds five places a total of between 2 and 7 shopping for parents the highest number of accidents||the number of road accidents the least number of accidents 5 age groups playing in the street with only 7 cases cycling in the street|
The table shows 1___________ which took place on the roads in the UK in a 3-month period in 2004 and involved children. 2________are mentioned where the accidents happened, and Study the information in the table and fill in gaps in the table description using the words and phrases given below. the information is divided into 3_________.
The highest number of accidents was 4________with 214 out of 5______ 370. The vast majority of these involved children aged 6________. Older children were hardly involved at all with accidents in the street 7_______ between the ages of 11 and 16 out of 214.
8_________ accounted for 52 accidents, with the highest figure being in the 5 to 7 group. The same age category was also involved in most accidents concerning 9_______, accounting for 45 out of the 52 accidents. Journeys to and from school were 10________ although younger school children were more involved than the older age groups.
The table shows that 11__________ involved younger children. Children aged between Study the information in the table and fill in gaps in the table description using the words and phrases given below. 2 and 7 accounted for 260 accidents which is 12_________of the total.
Below there is one more table. Look through it and present the given information in the form of a text (not less than 150 words). You can use a table description from the previous exercise as a model.