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B2 Amazing Facts About Colours

Alright, maybe not so amazing, but interesting at least. And anyway, quizzes are usually found to be motivating and engaging and have the capacity to boost language learning by providing topics of conversation for the English class.

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B2-B1The colour quiz

In this quiz you will have the opportunity to show how much you know about colour facts.



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This colour is known for its calming and soothing effects. It is also one of the most popular colours.

An excessive of this colourĀ  can be overwhelming and lead to people feeling sick.

This colour is often used in marketing to grab attention and create a sense of excitement.

This colour was traditionally associated to women, nowadays anyone can wear it based on personal preference.

Traditionally, this colour was only worn by the very wealthy ruling class.

This colour is often associated with strong emotions such as passion, love, and anger.

In present day European countries, before the mid 19th century, this was the least common colour a bride would wear on her wedding day.

Professionals such as office workers, executives, and lawyers may choose this colour to convey a sense of professionalism, sophistication, and seriousness.

This colour is often worn by artists, designers, and creatives as a neutral backdrop that allows their creations to take prominence.

____ can raise the heart rate and create a sense of urgency or excitement. However, too much of it can also evoke feelings of aggression or anxiety.

This colour is often associated with nature, growth, and harmony.

____ is often used in bedrooms and healthcare settings for its ability to lower blood pressure and reduce stress.

This colour is associated with happiness, optimism, and energy.

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