1. 注意introduction段时间的改写：1995到2005刚好是a decade.
2. Adult’s fiction 在十年来一直是最受欢迎的图书，即使借阅量逐年下降。
3. 在1995年，audio & videos借阅量最低，但是呈逐年上升的趋势；
4. Adult’s non fiction和children’s books的变化趋势相同：都是先上升，后下降。
The graph illustrates information about how many books had been borrowed from an UK library via four categories over one decade （1995 to 2005）.
It is clear that adult’s fiction had been the most popular items among the UK public for the given three periods， with more than 133 million of books being borrowed in 1995. However， the figure kept decreasing and it reached 100 million by 2005. Meanwhile， only 20 million of audio and video items were borrowed in 1995， accounted for the lowest number. Nevertheless， the number had presented an upward trend with an increase by approximately 34 million for over the five years.
Adult’s non-fiction and children’s book had both shown a similar trend. In 1995， the figures were 88 million and 65 million respectively， followed by a slight increase in 2000 and a decline in the end of 2005.
Overall， despite presenting a downward trend， adult’s fiction had always been the most popular book in UK public libraries between 1995 and 2005， while more people chose to borrow audio and video items due to the technology development.
As part of education， students should spend a period of time studying and living in a different county to learn language and culture. To what extent do you agree or disagree？
There is a common situation raised in today’s society that many students go abroad to pursue the further education； gradually， along the increasing attention of the overseas study， some people think it is necessary to separate a part of school time to go to another country to learn the language and culture. In my opinion， what we should consider is not only the benefits， but also the difficulties and drawbacks impacting on our young generation.
The reasons for this trend may involve the recognition that students who study in the mother land is restricted in terms of general knowledge and experience of the world. By contrast， those who have spent some time earning a living or traveling to other places， have a broader view of life and better personal resources， like language and culture， to draw on. They tend to be more independent， which is a very important factor in academic study and research， as well as giving them an advantage in terms of mastering a language faster and understanding the diversity of culture.
However， there are certain dangers at that important school age. Young adults may end up never returning to and readapting to their countries’ education. Compared with the education system in China， students would suffer huge differences in adapting a new one， but with the limited time， it is hard for those immature adolescents to reach the criteria； although they can achieve the academic purpose， they have to come back to the former system， which means they have to adjust the thoughts and habits several times in a shorts time. Meanwhile， the high cost of studying overseas cannot be ignored， for most families which is unaffordable.
In conclusion， studying abroad could be encouraged， on condition that the family and the students can meet the requirements both mentally and financially； otherwise， it should not be included into the compulsory education but as a choice that people can choose.