load /ləʊd/ (noun) something that is being carried (usually in large amounts) by a person, vehicle, etc. Example: We finished loading and set off.
steel /stiːl/ (noun) a strong, hard metal that is made of a mixture of iron and carbon Example: the iron and steel industry
construction /kənˈstrʌkʃn/ (noun) the process or method of building or making something, especially roads, buildings, bridges, etc. Example: the construction industry
bag /bæɡ/ (noun) a container made of cloth, leather, plastic or paper, used to carry things in, especially when shopping or travelling Example: This bag is very heavy.
concrete /ˈkɑːnkriːt/ (adjective) made of concrete Example: The pathway is formed from large pebbles set in concrete.
sand /sænd/ (noun) a substance that consists of very small fine grains of rock. Sand is found on beaches, in deserts, etc. Example: They mix sand and cement to make mortar.
marble /ˈmɑːrbl/ (noun) a type of hard stone that is usually white and often has coloured lines in it. It can be polished (= made smooth and shiny by rubbing) and is used in building and for making statues, etc. Example: It is a marble floor.
plaster /ˈplæstər/ (noun) a substance made of lime , water and sand, that is put on walls and ceilings to give them a smooth hard surface Example:
beam /biːm/ (noun) a line of light, electromagnetic waves or particles Example: