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Includes every thing lecturers have to enhance students’ interpreting fluency, one in every of 5 crucial interpreting parts pointed out in interpreting First. Transparencies and overview instruments are integrated. the choices are attractive and funny.

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3 4 d 5 e 1 Stone and ceramic floor coverings are produced using a range of different methods, resulting in different formats. Depending on the type of material, the selection of the format determines the joint pattern and hence the effect on the room. It therefore makes sense to produce a layout drawing to check the effect of the floor design. Both the room design and any sanitary fittings have to be coordinated with the desired tile and joint patterns. a Natural stone b Synthetic resin stone Concrete slabs c Stoneware tiles d Porcelain stoneware tiles e Glass mosaic 6 3 Separating membrane on ­problematic substrate 4 Laying natural stone slabs in a mortar bed 5 Laying tiles and thin slabs in a thin adhesive bed 6 Grouting LAYING AND GROUTING Stone and ceramic flooring materials can be laid either in thick mortar beds or thin tile adhesive beds, depending on the material, its thickness and the substrate.

1 EN ISO 10874 contains a classification system for resilient floor coverings; this specifies the correct covering for various requirements, including moderate to very heavy wear. a Residential (classes 21/22/23) b Commercial (classes 31/32/33/34) c Industrial (classes 41/42/43) Linoleum Linoleum (2 to 4 mm thick) was developed prior to 1900 and is therefore one of the oldest resilient floor coverings. It consists of linseed oil, natural resins, wood and cork flour, mineral fillers and colour pigments.

After curing, the cement / sand matrix is washed away down to this depth with a water jet to expose the c decorative aggregate. ASPHALT TILES Asphalt tiles consist of a mixture of limestone with bitumen as the binder. They can be used as hardwearing floors in heavily trafficked applications. These tiles are slip-resistant, resilient, warm to the touch and, depending on composition, not susceptible to electrostatic charging. They are primarily used in commercial applications. The black / grey colour of the tiles results from the materials used in production, but it is also possible to add pigment for a range of surface colours.

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