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 compari

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The given pie charts illustrates the percentage of British students having abilities to communicate in languages other than English, for the year 2000 and 2010.

Overall, the trend shows that there is a 5% rise in proportion of Spanish speakers from the year 2000 to 2010(30% in 2000 and 35% in 2010) and also these speakers form the major part of total student population. While the number of German speakers has remained constant, the ratio of English only speakers has declined by 10% in 2010(was 20% in 2000).

Talking about French speakers, it is observed that there is a decline of 5% in 2010 as compared to 2000, which was total 15% then. Therefore, making these speakers the smallest chunk of all.

On the other hand, the statistics for more than one language speakers shows 5% increase as compared to 10% in year 2000(is 15% in 2010). Along-with this progress, 5% more students were able to talk in another languages in 2010, which was total 15% in 2000.

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