All Question On One Page true false When describing a chart or graph, start by immediately giving figures and numbers. 2 When you report data from the chart, there's no need to add too much detail about what it refers to. 2 You should describe every single figure in the charts. 2 It's a good idea to repeat useful phrases (e.g. 'The first chart shows …') many times. 2 We should try to compare and contrast the charts, rather than talk about each one separately. 1 We can use 'however', 'in contrast', 'but', 'while' or 'instead' to show similarities. 2