The charts below show the proportions of British students at one university in England who were able to speak other languages in addition to English, in 2000 and 2010. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

The pie charts explain that there are numbers of British students who speak a variety of languages in a one university in England, in the different year 2000 to 2010.
Overall, British students were spoken Spanish language more than other, in the past year. When, German language was second numbers to speak the British students. Then, a number of students were spoken more than two languages, lastly, French language was third number compare to the both years.
Now, you can see the chart British students are spoken Spanish language, 30% in the 2000 and 35% in the 2010. consequently, a number of students learn and speak Spanish language 5% was increased in a 10 years. Furthermore, British students were spoken more than two language in the year of 2008, it was 10% and then 15 % in the year of 2010. But it was declined compared to the last few years. Lastly, British students were spoken other some languages such french, German and another languages, British students were started to spoken in the 2010, around 10% students increased, then, German was the same in both years 10% in the 2008 to 2010, No other language. They Just speak English language it was declined in 2008, 20 % and in 2010. It was 10%.
The pie charts
explain
that there are numbers of British
students
who speak a variety of languages in a one university in England, in the
different
year 2000 to 2010.

Overall
, British
students
were spoken Spanish language more than other, in the past year.
When
, German language was second numbers to speak the British
students
. Then, a number of
students
were spoken more than two languages,
lastly
, French language was third number compare to the both years.

Now
, you can
see
the chart British
students
are spoken Spanish language, 30% in the 2000 and 35% in the 2010.
consequently
, a number of
students
learn and speak Spanish language 5%
was increased
in
a 10
years.
Furthermore
, British
students
were spoken more than two language in the year of 2008, it was 10% and then 15 % in the year of 2010.
But
it
was declined
compared to the last few years.
Lastly
, British
students
were spoken other
some
languages such
french
, German and another languages, British
students
were
started
to spoken in the 2010, around 10%
students
increased, then, German was the same in both years 10% in the 2008 to 2010, No other language. They
Just
speak English language it
was declined
in 2008, 20 % and in 2010. It was 10%.

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