Find the following information
from the task.
Type of text .
Report
Aim.
Give information
Reader.
Your employer
Register.
Formal and impersonal
What is the aim of the report?
To find out what people of various ages expect from a restaurant
Make 2 suggestions to the manager on how to make it more popular
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
__________
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
_________
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
______________
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
_________________________
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
__________
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
_________
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
______________
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
_________________________
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Introduction
What Their Children Want to Eat.
Facilities
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
As a result of the survey, I would
recommend that the restaurant should
offer a lunch menu. I also suggest that
that all meals should come with free
drinks and that the walls should be
colourfully decorated.
I like restaurants that sell a wide range of
fresh foods. I also like to be able to sit on
a terrace and enjoy a mojito with my
friends.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would
recommend that the restaurant should
offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a
little limited at the moment, should be
extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
They invented
them!
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
What facilities do you
think a good restaurant
should have?
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
What facilities do you
think a good restaurant
should have?
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
What facilities do you
think a good restaurant
should have?
What food do you
think it should serve?
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
Introduction
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
What facilities do you
think a good restaurant
should have?
What food do you
think it should serve?
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
You have a part-time job in a
restaurant. The manager wants
to make the restaurant more
popular with families and has
asked you to carry out a survey
among people of various ages
and write a report.
Write your report in 120-180
words summarizing the findings
of your survey and making two
recommendations of your own.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Comparisons
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Comparisons
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Comparisons
Non defining
relative clauses.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at
the moment, should be extended to include meals which
are suitable for young children.
Comparisons
Non defining
relative clauses.
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at
the moment, should be extended to include meals which
are suitable for young children.
Comparisons
Non defining
relative clauses.
Relevant
vocabulary
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at
the moment, should be extended to include meals which
are suitable for young children.
Comparisons
Non defining
relative clauses.
Relevant
vocabulary
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Comparisons
Non defining
relative clauses.
Relevant
vocabulary
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at
the moment, should be extended to include meals which
are suitable for young children.
Other Important
Phrases
Introduction
Things to include
to impress the
examiner.
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Adverbs at the
start of sentences.
Reported speech.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Comparisons
Non defining
relative clauses.
Relevant
vocabulary
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at
the moment, should be extended to include meals which
are suitable for young children.
Other Important
Phrases
Introduction
How has the
writer reported
quantity?
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an
ideal opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at
the moment, should be extended to include meals which
are suitable for young children.
Introduction
How has the
writer reported
quantity?
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Re-write the reported speech with different
reporting verbs
10 people said that they would like more choice on the menu.
50 per cent of people said that they would like an outdoor area.
The majority of young parents said that nappy-changing facilities were
important
Many people with children said that they would like cheaper options for
children’s meals
felt
agreed
responded
reported
replied
thought
Introduction
Put the plan in ‘the
correct order’
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Decide the heading for each paragraph
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Start writing the report
Parents Views
Invent the survey results
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
Decide which questions the survey should ask
Consider impressive language and structures.
Decide the aim, reader and register.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
What their Children Want to Eat.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Introduction
Put the plan in ‘the
correct order’
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Decide the heading for each paragraph
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Start writing the report
Parents Views
Invent the survey results
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
Decide which questions the survey should ask
Consider impressive language and structures.
What their Children Want to Eat.
1. Decide the aim, reader and register.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Introduction
Put the plan in ‘the
correct order’
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Decide the heading for each paragraph
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Start writing the report
Parents Views
Invent the survey results
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
Consider impressive language and structures.
What their Children Want to Eat.
1. Decide the aim, reader and register.
2. Decide which questions the survey should ask
3.
4.
5.
6.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Introduction
Put the plan in ‘the
correct order’
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Decide the heading for each paragraph
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Start writing the report
Parents Views
Consider impressive language and structures.
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
1. Decide the aim, reader and register.
2. Decide which questions the survey should ask
3. Invent the survey results
4.
5.
6.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Introduction
Put the plan in ‘the
correct order’
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Start writing the report
Consider impressive language and structures.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
1. Decide the aim, reader and register.
2. Decide which questions the survey should ask
3. Invent the survey results
4. Decide the heading for each paragraph
5.
6.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Introduction
Put the plan in ‘the
correct order’
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Start writing the report
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
1. Decide the aim, reader and register.
2. Decide which questions the survey should ask
3. Invent the survey results
4. Decide the heading for each paragraph
5. Consider impressive language and structures.
6.
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
Introduction
Put the plan in ‘the
correct order’
The aim of this report is to show what different family
members expect from a restaurant. The report is based
on a survey of 50 people aged between 8 and 45.
Facilities
Several younger parents agreed that a family restaurant
should have nappy-changing facilities. Many of those
under 16, on the other hand, felt that a non-smoking
area was an important feature.
Parents Views
Most parents expected to see a wide range of dishes on
the menu, catering for all ages and tastes.
Understandably, price is a significant factor and 80 per
cent of those interviewed said that they preferred
restaurants which offered cheaper children’s portions.
What their Children Want to Eat.
1. Decide the aim, reader and register.
2. Decide which questions the survey should ask
3. Invent the survey results
4. Decide the heading for each paragraph
5. Consider impressive language and structures.
6. Start writing the report
Not surprisingly, over 90 per cent of those under 12
wanted chips with everything whereas a large number of
teenagers thought that a visit to a restaurant was an ideal
opportunity to try new dishes.
Recommendation
As a result of the survey, I would recommend that the
restaurant should offer reduced prices for large families. I
also suggest that the menu, which is a little limited at the
moment, should be extended to include meals which are
suitable for young children.
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