The period is characterized by balance and symmetry. Its antecedent phrase is initiated by a basic idea that recurs at the beginning of the consequent phrase. Unlike the sentence, which exhibits a single cadence, the period contains two cadences, a weak one to end the antecedent and a strong one to end the consequent.
<span>The architecture of mosques was sacred, and Muslims wanted to display it to others. A mosque provided a location for Muslims to pray and gather. A mosque housed tombs for the dead and important Islamic art.</span>
Moving from one place to another is known as Migration
A) To Denmark, Alex is an immigrant.
B) To Norway, Alex is an emigrant.
Migration is the act by people from one place to another with the purposes of settling, forever or temporarily in a new place. The change is usually over long ranges and from one country to another, but internal migration is also possible indeed, this is the imperative form globally. People may migrate as individuals, in family members or in big gatherings.