IELTS Academic Task 1: Cement Making Process.

The diagrams below show the stages and the equipments used in the cement-making process, and how cement is used to produce concrete for building purposes.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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20 minutes, 150 words.

Answer:

The diagrams depict the various phases in which crusher, mixer, rotating heater, and grinder are used for cement manufacturing, along with other the process of concrete making (manufacturing) by mixing cement and other 3 materials.

Firstly, the cement production begins when limestone and clay pour are poured into the crusher machine, these materials compressed and formed and compressed into a fine powder. Secondly, this powder passes through a mixer where it perfectly mixes up, Thereafter it further sends is further sent toward the rotating heater and heat gives is given to this mixture (or the mixture is heated). Finally, it goes is fed into the grinder machine, where this mixture is grinded and converted into the cement, which is packed up into bags. (Note: In most picture diagrams, we should use passive voice since the SUBJECT is not clear.)

In concrete production, firstly, 15 percent cement, 10 percent water, fourth part of the sand, and small stones around half percent of the total mixture is are used and these are poured into the concrete mixer machine. Thereafter, this machine rotates and mixes up whole material in this. Lastly, concrete mixture is formed well which is utilized for constructing purposes of buildings.

Total Words = 161. Well written. Bands = 6.5.

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