Choose ONE suitable linking word for each blank space from the alternatives
Roses are red; violets are blue… or are they? A red rose in yellow-green light appears purpled-pink,(1)____________ a violet in green-blue light looks turquoise. We are often unaware of such changesin the appearance of familiar objects (2)____________ the eye adapts to the prevailing light.(3)____________, we see colours as we expect them to be, not as they really are. When lighting is poor, (4)____________, the brain simply concentrates on enabling us to identify what the availablelight allows us to see.There are drawbacks, (5)____________. When a photographer snaps a scene illuminated by anincandescent light, the photograph will have a distinctly yellow tinge, (6)____________ when the photograph was taken the colours looked true. This is (7)_____________ the eye - but not the photographic film - adapted to the incandescent light. (8)____________, when, (9)___________, agreen dress is chosen from a catalogue, or a yellow paint is picked out for the kitchen - they can look quite different when you get them home. (10)____________, the main problem seems to be our perception of colour.1.
a) however b) althoughc) whereasd) in other words
a) instead b) becausec) in cased) moreover
a) alternatively b) eventuallyc) however d) as a result-
a) for instance b) however c) especiallyd) similarly
a) too b) however c) for exampled) in particular
a) as though b) although