The diagram illustrates the progress of brick production for the building industry. There are 7 big steps in the process of brick manufacturing.


First, the digger will be selecting clay on the ground. Then the mix of clay and ground that has just been selected will be clarified through a metal grid so as to only keep the high-quality clay. The clay will be put on a roller in the second step. It is going to be mixed with water and sand after that. Next, a wire cutter will perfectly cut the mixture into bricks, or moulds will be used to make out the shape of bricks. In the fourth step, the bricks will be put in a drying oven for about 24-48 hours. After that, there are 3 little paces in the fifth step. To begin with, the bricks will be organized in a kiln with moderate temperature (200⁰C - 980⁰C). Moreover, the temperature will be increased to higher, from 870⁰C - 1300⁰C. And lastly, the bricks will be moved to a cooling chamber and kept there for 48-72 hours. Finally, the bricks will be packaged together and delivered in a container to the customers.


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The diagram illustrates the progress of brick production for the building industry. There are 7 big steps in the process of brick manufacturing.

First, the digger will be selecting clay on the ground. Then the mix of clay and ground that has just been selected will be clarified through a metal grid so as to only keep the high-quality clay. The clay will be put on a roller in the second step. It is going to be mixed with water and sand after that. Next, a wire cutter will perfectly cut the mixture into bricks, or moulds will be used to make out the shape of bricks. In the fourth step, the bricks will be put in a drying oven for about 24-48 hours. After that, there are 3 little paces in the fifth step. To begin with, the bricks will be organized in a kiln with moderate temperature (200⁰C - 980⁰C). Moreover, the temperature will be increased to higher, from 870⁰C - 1300⁰C. And lastly, the bricks will be moved to a cooling chamber and kept there for 48-72 hours. Finally, the bricks will be packaged together and delivered in a container to the customers.

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The diagram illustrates the progress of brick production for the building industry. There are 7 big steps in the process of brick manufacturing.

First, the digger will be selecting clay on the ground. Then the mix of clay and ground that has just been selected will be clarified through a metal grid so as to only keep the high-quality clay. The clay will be put on a roller in the second step. It is going to be mixed with water and sand after that. Next, a wire cutter will perfectly cut the mixture into bricks, or moulds will be used to make out the shape of bricks. In the fourth step, the bricks will be put in a drying oven for about 24-48 hours. After that, there are 3 little paces in the fifth step. To begin with, the bricks will be organized in a kiln with moderate temperature (200⁰C - 980⁰C). Moreover, the temperature will be increased to higher, from 870⁰C - 1300⁰C. And lastly, the bricks will be moved to a cooling chamber and kept there for 48-72 hours. Finally, the bricks will be packaged together and delivered in a container to the customers.

Use present tense to describe a process flow chart.


The diagram illustrates the progress (wrong word) of brick production for the building industry. There are seven major 7 big (Big and huge are baby's words. They are not appropriate for this level of writing.) steps in the process of brick manufacturing.

(You need to first give an outline of the main features)

First, the digger will be excavates selecting clay from on the ground. In the second step, the diggings, a mix of clay and small stones ground that has just been selected will be clarified sorted by putting it through a metal grid so as to only keep the high-quality clay. The clay will be put falls through the grid to a roller in the second step. It is going to be and then mixed with water and sand to make a semi-solid soft mixture. after that. (You are not writing the step numbers...) Next, a wire cutter will perfectly cut the mixture into bricks, or moulds will be used to form the clay into make out the shape of bricks. In the fourth step, the bricks will be put in a drying oven for about 24-48 hours. After that comes the firing stage, which has three parts, there are 3 little paces in the fifth step. To begin with, the bricks will be organized are placed in a kiln with moderate temperature (200⁰C - 980⁰C). Moreover, Next the temperature is will be increased to high, which is higher, from 870⁰C - 1300⁰C. And lastly, the bricks will be are moved to a cooling chamber and kept there for 48-72 hours. Finally, the bricks will be packaged together on pallets and delivered in a container by truck to the customers.

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Paragraph 1: Describe the diagram

Paragraph 2: Report two or three main features, not any details!

Paragraph 3: Describe some details. There is not much to compare in a process flow chart.


The process flow chart illustrates the manufacture of bricks from raw material to finished product.

Overall, there are three major stages, divided into several minor steps. These are the acquisition and preparation of the raw material, the formation and firing of the clay bricks and then packaging and shipping to the customers, primarily builders.

The first stage begins with large mechanical diggers excavating clay-rich soil from the earth. The soil contains clay, but also small stones and rocks. These unwanted materials are removed by putting it through a wire grid, which allows the clay to pass through, but traps the stones. The clay is further refined on a series of rollers. Once the clay has been separated, it is mixed with sand and water to form a viscous material that holds its shape. It is formed into the shape and size of the final product by either moulding it or cutting it into blocks with wire.. The second stage is firing, which begins with drying the bricks in a slow oven for one to two days. Next they are put in a kiln, first at a moderate temperature and then at a high temperature, and then slowly cooled for two to three days. In the third stage, the bricks are assembled and secured in large stacks on wooden pallets, put on trucks and delivered to the customers.

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