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The bar chart shows the percentage of teenagers participating in some leisure activities in 2009.

The given chart illustrates the difference in choosing routine activities between two genders.
Clearly, men spent more time watching TV and playing games than women who showed greater interest in shopping. The rest activities witnessed the similar quantity of time between both genders.
More strikingly, males were keen on passive activities. Watching TV and playing games were two routines that men paid more attention than women did, respectively 35% and 93% of their free time. As for the girls, they showed their main concentration on shopping with 50% for the gap.
However, both genders presented the same amount of time in the rest activities. Hanging out with peers were popular for all of them, constituting 70% of their time. What is more, doing gym and going to the cinema accounted for 40% amount of their free time. Furthermore, few of them showed less interest in music and books, with the corresponding rate at 30% and 10%.
The
given
chart illustrates the difference in choosing routine activities between two genders.

Clearly
,
men
spent more time watching TV and playing games than women who showed greater interest in shopping. The rest activities witnessed the similar quantity of time between both genders.

More
strikingly
, males were keen on passive activities. Watching TV and playing games were two routines that
men
paid more attention than women did,
respectively
35% and 93% of their free time. As for the girls, they showed their main concentration on shopping with 50% for the gap.

However
, both genders presented the same amount of time in the rest activities. Hanging out with peers were popular for all of them, constituting 70% of their time.
What is more
, doing gym and going to the cinema accounted for 40% amount of their free time.
Furthermore
, few of them showed less interest in music and books, with the corresponding rate at 30% and 10%.

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