The illustration shows information about how an igloo is built from snow.

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


The pictures show the way to build an igloo.

Overall, there are 13 main steps in the process of building, which starts with finding hard-packed snow and ends when the ventilation holes are cut on the wall and roof of the finished igloo.

Initially, hard-packed snow is divided into smaller cubes by a snow saw. Large blocks are kept to build the base of igloo while other blocks are smoothed the edges for fitting the cycle form. They are put together from the foundation to the top. At the same time, people dig a hole under the wall, which aims to create an entrance. The last step in civil work is placing the last block which has much larger size than the others to cover the top.

Following that, people take snow into all crevices outside and smooth the inside wall by hand. After that, the entrance cultivating from previous step is built in desired shape and the hole is covered with snow block. At the end of process, people cut holes in the wall and roof, which is for the purpose of well ventilation inside.

The pictures process flow chart shows the way to build an igloo.

Overall, there are 13 main steps (You never number the steps in the detail paragraph. Poor coherence and cohesion.) in the process of building, which starts with finding hard-packed snow and ends when the ventilation holes are cut on the wall and roof of the finished igloo. (That is not on the diagram you posted. Did you post the complete diagram?) The tools required are a snow saw and a small shovel or trowel.

Initially, hard-packed snow is cut divided into blocks smaller cubes (wrong word) by a snow saw. The largest blocks are used kept to build the base of igloo. The sides of the blocks are smoothed so there are no jagged edges and they will fit snugly together. while other blocks are smoothed the edges for fitting the cycle form. (bad English. The sides of all the blocks are smoothed.) They are put together from the foundation to the top. At the same time, people dig a hole under the wall, which aims to creates the entrance. The last step in civil work (wrong expression) is placing the last block which has much larger size than the others to cover the top.

Following that, people take snow into all crevices outside and smooth the inside wall by hand. After that, the entrance cultivating (wrong word) from the previous step is built in the desired shape and the hole is covered with snow block. (You already gave this step.) At the end of process, people cut holes in the wall and roof, (I do not see this on the diagram. ) which is for the purpose of well ventilation inside. (Do not write deductions or conclusions in task 1. Just describe the information.)

I apologize for posting unfully picture. I kindly add the rest of process in this comment.

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Igloos are small, circular shelters built in regions covered in snow and ice. The flow chart demonstrates the process used to build one.

Overall, the construction is rather easy and can be completed in a relatively short time by one or two people. The only materials required are blocks of compacted snow, and the only tools necessary are a snow saw and a small shovel.

In detail, large blocks are sawn from hard-packed snow. Their sides are shaped and smoothed so they fit tightly together when laid out in a large circle, which forms the foundation. More blocks are layered on top in a series of slightly smaller circles, creating walls which slope inward and make a dome. The final block to complete the dome is set on the top. Loose snow is shoveled onto the walls and hand-packed to fill the gaps. Next, an entrance, a tunnel going under the wall, is dug. On the inside, walls are smoothed by hand, and small holes are cut for ventilation. The entrance hole is protected by an A-frame covering of snow slabs.

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