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Discussion Forum : Construction Management - Section 2 (Q.No. 27)
Which one of the following represents an event ?
concrete cured
fixing of door
plastering of walls
selecting sites
all the above.
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Ravikant jaiswal said:   5 months ago
Thank you Upahar and Srujan.

Subha prakash Sahoo said:   3 years ago
So, any action that is in continuation is called activity and that already has been completed is called an event.

Upahar said:   5 years ago
All Past verbs mean Events like Cured, Plastered, Excavated because the work is completed which means an event.

Srujan C Gowda said:   5 years ago
If it would have been Curing then it would have been activated.
Cured indicates (past tense = finished).
Any start(S) or finish(F) of an activity is an Event.

(S)----- Concrete Curing----- (F).

Vilash said:   5 years ago
All the three expect concrete cured becomes activity.

Vilash said:   5 years ago
Event means an ongoing thing.

Concrete cured : The work is done/ the event is done.

Concrete cured represents the job done/ finished event.

Am I right? Please tell me.

Arun said:   5 years ago
Thanks for explaining.

Makar said:   6 years ago
Concrete cured provides adequate moisture, temperature, and time to allow the concrete to achieve the desired properties for its intended use.

Nilraj said:   6 years ago
Correct, Thanks @Mukesh.

Mukesh Dedage said:   7 years ago
When activity starts or end is called event.

Concrete cured i.e. Activity ends.

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