IELTS KELİME SORULARI

IELTS KELİME SORULARI



Most people assume that color blindness is only an inability to see red and green properly. This assumption greatly oversimplifies the condition, which is usually an inherited abnormality but is sometimes the result of disease. In normal color vision, any color a person sees can be identically matched or reproduced in the brain by a mixture of the three primary colors of light — red, green, blue. Proportions needed to match any given color of the spectrum are constant. This normal vision is called trichromatism (Greek, chroma, color). People affected by color deficiency (perhaps a better term than color blindness) make up about &Vz percent of the population - 8 percent male, lA percent female. They may be divided into three main categories with several subdivisions. Monochromats, those affected by the worst of the color deficiencies, see everything as a variation of one color. Dichromats match any color with a mixture of two primary colors. Anomalous trichromats mix the three primary colors but somehow alter the proportions used by the trichromat with normal color vision. Among the subgroups of dichromats and anomalous trichromats, that lacking green perception is the largest. Most dichromats and anomalous trichromats suffer little from their abnormality. Because it has been with them from birth, they have learned to recognize things by brightness rather than hue. The term color blindness is usually an exaggeration. The achromatic or truly color-blind person is rare. But the problem of color deficiencies is much more complicated than "red looks green and green looks red." Mark the best choice   1. Most people assume that color blindness is __________.





Most people assume that color blindness is only an inability to see red and green properly. This assumption greatly oversimplifies the condition, which is usually an inherited abnormality but is sometimes the result of disease. In normal color vision, any color a person sees can be identically matched or reproduced in the brain by a mixture of the three primary colors of light — red, green, blue. Proportions needed to match any given color of the spectrum are constant. This normal vision is called trichromatism (Greek, chroma, color). People affected by color deficiency (perhaps a better term than color blindness) make up about &Vz percent of the population - 8 percent male, lA percent female. They may be divided into three main categories with several subdivisions. Monochromats, those affected by the worst of the color deficiencies, see everything as a variation of one color. Dichromats match any color with a mixture of two primary colors. Anomalous trichromats mix the three primary colors but somehow alter the proportions used by the trichromat with normal color vision. Among the subgroups of dichromats and anomalous trichromats, that lacking green perception is the largest. Most dichromats and anomalous trichromats suffer little from their abnormality. Because it has been with them from birth, they have learned to recognize things by brightness rather than hue. The term color blindness is usually an exaggeration. The achromatic or truly color-blind person is rare. But the problem of color deficiencies is much more complicated than "red looks green and green looks red." Mark the best choice     2. The condition is usually __________.





Most people assume that color blindness is only an inability to see red and green properly. This assumption greatly oversimplifies the condition, which is usually an inherited abnormality but is sometimes the result of disease. In normal color vision, any color a person sees can be identically matched or reproduced in the brain by a mixture of the three primary colors of light — red, green, blue. Proportions needed to match any given color of the spectrum are constant. This normal vision is called trichromatism (Greek, chroma, color). People affected by color deficiency (perhaps a better term than color blindness) make up about &Vz percent of the population - 8 percent male, lA percent female. They may be divided into three main categories with several subdivisions. Monochromats, those affected by the worst of the color deficiencies, see everything as a variation of one color. Dichromats match any color with a mixture of two primary colors. Anomalous trichromats mix the three primary colors but somehow alter the proportions used by the trichromat with normal color vision. Among the subgroups of dichromats and anomalous trichromats, that lacking green perception is the largest. Most dichromats and anomalous trichromats suffer little from their abnormality. Because it has been with them from birth, they have learned to recognize things by brightness rather than hue. The term color blindness is usually an exaggeration. The achromatic or truly color-blind person is rare. But the problem of color deficiencies is much more complicated than "red looks green and green looks red." Mark the best choice     3.   The three primary colors of light are __________.





Most people assume that color blindness is only an inability to see red and green properly. This assumption greatly oversimplifies the condition, which is usually an inherited abnormality but is sometimes the result of disease. In normal color vision, any color a person sees can be identically matched or reproduced in the brain by a mixture of the three primary colors of light — red, green, blue. Proportions needed to match any given color of the spectrum are constant. This normal vision is called trichromatism (Greek, chroma, color). People affected by color deficiency (perhaps a better term than color blindness) make up about &Vz percent of the population - 8 percent male, lA percent female. They may be divided into three main categories with several subdivisions. Monochromats, those affected by the worst of the color deficiencies, see everything as a variation of one color. Dichromats match any color with a mixture of two primary colors. Anomalous trichromats mix the three primary colors but somehow alter the proportions used by the trichromat with normal color vision. Among the subgroups of dichromats and anomalous trichromats, that lacking green perception is the largest. Most dichromats and anomalous trichromats suffer little from their abnormality. Because it has been with them from birth, they have learned to recognize things by brightness rather than hue. The term color blindness is usually an exaggeration. The achromatic or truly color-blind person is rare. But the problem of color deficiencies is much more complicated than "red looks green and green looks red." Mark the best choice       4.   Normal color vision is called __________.





Most people assume that color blindness is only an inability to see red and green properly. This assumption greatly oversimplifies the condition, which is usually an inherited abnormality but is sometimes the result of disease. In normal color vision, any color a person sees can be identically matched or reproduced in the brain by a mixture of the three primary colors of light — red, green, blue. Proportions needed to match any given color of the spectrum are constant. This normal vision is called trichromatism (Greek, chroma, color). People affected by color deficiency (perhaps a better term than color blindness) make up about &Vz percent of the population - 8 percent male, lA percent female. They may be divided into three main categories with several subdivisions. Monochromats, those affected by the worst of the color deficiencies, see everything as a variation of one color. Dichromats match any color with a mixture of two primary colors. Anomalous trichromats mix the three primary colors but somehow alter the proportions used by the trichromat with normal color vision. Among the subgroups of dichromats and anomalous trichromats, that lacking green perception is the largest. Most dichromats and anomalous trichromats suffer little from their abnormality. Because it has been with them from birth, they have learned to recognize things by brightness rather than hue. The term color blindness is usually an exaggeration. The achromatic or truly color-blind person is rare. But the problem of color deficiencies is much more complicated than "red looks green and green looks red." Mark the best choice     5.   Male sufferers from color deficiencies are __________.







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