S tone. Brick. Made of minerals Can be found in nature Irregular shape. strong in compression Weak in tension Durability . Made of ceramic It is made by humans parallelepiped shape. 1. Find examples of the following rhetoric functions. Underline cue words
1. Find examples of the following rhetoric functions. Underline cue words
a. Comparison and contrast: Brick compares favorably with stone as a structural material for its fire-and-weather resisting qualities and for the ease of production, transportation, and laying.
b. Description: The size of bricks is limited by the need for efficient drying, firing, and handling
c. Exemplification: for example, wedge-shaped bricks are sometimes employed in arch construction and bricks with rounded faces in columns
d. Cause/Effect: Bricks may be used in construction only in conjunction with mortar, since the unit is too small, too light, and too irregular to be stabilized by weight.
e. Chronology: Brick which has been used since the 4 th millennium BC, was the chief building material in the ancient Near East. The versatility of the medium was expanded in ancient Rome by improvements in the manufacture of both brick and mortar and by new techniques of laying and bonding. Employed throughout the Middle Ages, brick grained greater popularity from the 16th.
a. Match words from each column to make compound words
It is the characteristic that some materials has to stand extreme conditions like the heat of a fire or the humidity of a rain.
Look for examples of "ing" words functioning as nouns, adjectives and verbs
noun: Smoking isforbidden, I don'tlikedancing.
Adjetive: I was met by a welcoming party at the airport, Let's go to the meeting room.
Verb: I admittellingher, I appreciate having the raise.
b. Look for examples of -tion, -ation, and -ion words which change
_evaluate_____ into ___evaluation___
__adhesive____ into ___adhesion___
___addict___ into ___addiction___
I think that i would use concrete and glass on my house because of its durability versatility and appealing look