EAP vocabulary: Learning
What can you work out about the meaning of PAGES, LEAVES, VERSOS, and RECTOS
from the following text?
PAGES, LEAVES, VERSOS, AND RECTOS
1.1 The trimmed sheets of paper that make up a book are often referred to as leaves. A page is one side of a leaf. The front of the leaf, the side that lies to the right in an open book, is called the recto page (or simply recto). The back of the leaf, the side that lies to the left when the leaf is turned, is called the verso. Rectos are odd-numbered pages; versos are even-numbered.
From: The Chicago manual of style, 14th edition.
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