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True Colors Intermediate Book with Online Access

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Is a tomato actually red? Should you wear white on your wedding day in China? Explore how we see colors, how colors make us feel, and what colors mean in our cultures and celebrations.
Paperback, 28 pages
Published January 9th 2014 by Cambridge University Press
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Kosuke Arai
Jul 11, 2016 Kosuke Arai rated it liked it
1,80minutes
2,Cambridge Discovery Interactive Readers
3, vavecegth, cones, envelopes, honna, bitten, draw, board
4,There is not any special, but gppd point is the first section. In this section we can know some knowledge of color and how our eyes work when we see colors. Also what I was surprised thing is when we see black, our eye fanction doesn't work, it means black doesn't really color.
5,This book was little strange, but it made me fun. This book was about color. As you know, color is very fami
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Sayaka
Jul 16, 2014 Sayaka rated it it was amazing
1 Cambridge LevelB1+
2 7/4=30 minutes
3 colors, symbol, kimono, cultures, personality, nature, celebrations
4 a)"Seeing things in color is something we rarely think about. It's something we enjoy."
b) Colors make me feel warm, cool, happy, sad and so on. Colors give me emotions.
5 I didn't know the colors and patterns on a kimono have great meanings. I was surprised at their meanings. I understand I live deeply with colors and colors have something to do with our cultures.
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