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成都七中高 2012 级三诊模拟考试 英语试卷
考试时间:120 分钟 试题满分:150 分 本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。第一卷第 1 至 11 页,第二卷第 12 页,全卷共 12 页。

第一卷(选择题,共 100 分)
第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 50 分)
第一节 单项填空(共 20 小题

;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 从 A, B, C, D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. Government investment has long held _______ leading role in stimulating (刺激) the nation?s economy, along with domestic consumption and exports. However, _______outlook for government investment this year is not positive. A. a; / 2. ---Is anything ______? ---I can?t decide which dress I should wear at my friend?s wedding party. ---I don?t think it _______. A. the matter; the matter C. the matter; matters B. matter; matters D. matter; the matter B. a, an C. a, the D. the, the

3. _______ China implements (实施) its control over the disputed regions, can its sovereignty and interests be defended. A. If only B. Even if C. Only if D. As if

4. An industry insider said that the government should introduce favorable tax policies to help shipping companies ________ the current market turbulence (动荡). A. go through B. get through C. go across D. get across

5. In China, everyone recognizes that the growth in the past years _______ too much by exports and investments, not enough by consumption and domestic demand. A. has led B. has been led C. leads D. was led

6. Demand for well educated maids and nannies (保姆) is increasing, _______ are the wages for successful applicants. A. which B. what C. as D. those

7. The hostess told us it was _______ that caused her to serve dinner an hour later than usual. A. for our being late C. we were too late B. our being late D. because we were late

8. Actually, _______ works hard can be _______ he wants to be, whether it is a pilot, an engineer or a manager. A. anyone; whoever C. who; no matter what B. whoever; whatever D. no matter who; whomever

9. But it will be more than 100years _______ the country begins once again to look as it did before. A. since B. that C. when D. before

10. Last summer holiday, I went back to my hometown, ______ the neighbors and the house _______ I used to be familiar with were gone. A. only finding; which C. to find; whom 11. --- Hasn?t the thief admitted his crime by now? --- No, ______ questioned many times. A. if B. though C. unless D. once B. only to find; that D. found; that

12. --- Can I pay the bill by check? --- Sorry, sir. But it is the management rules of our hotel that payment ______ be made in cash. A. can B. shall C. will D. may

13. --- Are you _____with doing a lot of homework everyday? ---Sometimes I am. But as a student, we have to do so at present. A. satisfied B. encouraged C. bored D. pleased

14. With your help, there is no doubt ______ our plan is meant for will work out successfully. A. that what B. whether that C. what that D. that whether 15. It?s really difficult to ______ what he is trying to express. A. leave out B. break out C. put out D. make out

16. ---Is this the first time you ______ Chengdu ? --- No. But the first time I ______ here, the city wasn?t so beautiful. A. visited; came C. have visited; have come 17. In his time he enjoyed a reputation _______. A. as great as Mozart, if not greater than C. as great, if not greater, as Mozart B. as great as, if not greater than, Mozart D. greater, if not as great as Mozart B. visited; have come D. have visited; came

18. My parents always remind me to make sure the electricity is turned off while I am having a bath, which would ______ cause danger, leading to a dreadful consequence. A. somehow B. meanwhile C. otherwise D. therefore

19. It is known to all that every minute _______ full use of _______ the lessons will benefit students a

great deal. A. which makes; studying C. that made; to study B. when made; to study D. when is made; studying

20. --- It?s reported in the local newspaper that the murderer was caught in a small town. --- ______. A. Justice has long arms. C. One false move may lose the game. B. Lies have short legs. D. Kings go mad, and the people suffer for it.

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21--40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出 最佳答案。 Once President Roosevelt?s house was broken into and lots of things were stolen. Hearing this, one of Roosevelt?s friends wrote to him and advised him not to take it to his 21 so much. President Roosevelt wrote back immediately, saying,” Dear friend, thank you for your letter to 22 me. I?m all right now. I think I should thank God. This is because of the following three reasons: firstly, the thief only stole things from me but did not 23 me at all; secondly, the thief has stolen some of my things 24 all my things; thirdly, most luckily for me, it was the man 25 me who became a thief…” It was quite unlucky for anyone to be stolen from…. However, President Roosevelt had such three reasons to be so 26 . This story tells us how we can learn to be grateful in our life. Being grateful is an important philosophy of life and a great wisdom…. It is impossible for anyone to be lucky and successful all the time 27 he lives in the world. We should learn how to face failure or misfortune bravely and 28 and to try to deal with it. If so, should we complain about our life and become 29 and disappointed ever since then or should we be grateful for our life, 30 again ourselves after a fall? William Thackeray, a famous British writer, said, “Life is a mirror. When you smile in front of it, it will also smile and 31 will it when you cry to it.” If you are grateful to life, it will bring you shining sunlight. If you always complain about everything, you may own 32 in the end. When we are successful, we can 33 have many reasons for being grateful, but we have only one excuse to show ungratefulness if we fail. I think we should even be grateful to life 34 we are unsuccessful or unlucky. Only by doing this can we find our weakness and shortcomings when we fail. We can also get 35 and warmth when we are unlucky. This can help us find our courage to overcome the difficulties we may face, and receive great impetus (动力) to 36 . We should treat our frustration and misfortune in our life 37 just as President Roosevelt did. We should be grateful all the time and keep having a healthy 38 to our life forever, keep having perfect characters and enterprising spirit. Being grateful is not only a kind of comfort, not 39 from life and nor thinking of winning in spirit like Ah Q. Being grateful is a way to sing for our life which comes just from our love and 40 . 21. A. mind B. heart C. head D. nerve 22. A. consider B. persuade C. blame D. comfort

23. A. hurt 24. A. in spite of 25. A. rather than 26. A. comfortable 27. A. so long as 28. A. successfully 29. A. frustrated 30. A. arise 31. A. such 32. A. something 33. A. hardly 34. A. however 35. A. relief 36. A. get on 37. A. in no way 38. A. attitude 39. A. an expectation 40. A. experience

B. rob B. regardless of B. other than B. happy B. because B. gratefully B. surprised B. hold B. nor B. none B. surely B. whenever B. faith B. work on B. in the other way B. way B. an appreciation B. failure

C. kill C. instead of C. no other than C. lucky C. even though C. sincerely C. shocked C. rise C. so C. nothing C. impossibly C. wherever C. confidence C. take on C. in a good way C. belief C. a complaint C. hope

D. notice D. in need of D. not more than D. grateful D. if only D. generously D. frightened D. understand D. either D. anything D. clearly D. whether D. inspiration D. move on D. by the way D. thought D. an escape D. thought

第二部分: 阅读理解 (共 25 小题,满分 50 分)
第一节(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。

A
It had been a very disheartening day. The doctors had given us the worst of news. Our daughter, who had just completed her first brain surgery to remove a tumor (肿瘤) and was going through radiation treatment, was now officially given a two percent chance of survival as this type of cancer had no cure. My wife and I decided to take our daughter to lunch before continuing our afternoon conversation. We went to a local restaurant where we sat in silence waiting for the waitress. I noticed a very elderly couple sitting a few booths away, who were also in silence and did not speak a word. I couldn?t help but wonder what challenges they had faced in their life and if they ever faced such terrible news about a child of theirs. We eventually ordered our lunch and still sitting in silence we ate what we could. At some point I became intrigued by the old couple. I thought to myself that they hadn?t yet spoken to each other and I wondered if it was the peace they were enjoying or the food or maybe both. However, at some point I lost interest and put my focus back on my lunch. Molly was still talking away and enjoying her meal. Her mom and I both listened and tried to be happy in her presence but it wasn?t going very well. All of a sudden I saw a hand come out of nowhere. It was huge and I could tell that it had been afflicted with arthritis (关节炎). I couldn?t take

my eyes off that hand. It landed on my daughter?s tiny six-year-old hand and as it did I looked up; it was the old woman who had been sitting with the old man in silence eating their lunch. I looked into her eyes and she spoke, but not to me. She looked at my daughter and simply whispered, “If I could do more for you I would…” and then she smiled and moved away to join her husband, who had moved towards the door. “Look, a whole dollar,” Molly spoke with excitement as she discovered a crumpled one dollar bill left behind by the old lady. I looked up to thank her, but she was gone. I sat stunned, not sure what had just happened and then I looked over at my wife. In almost unison, we broke out into a smile. The sadness of the day had been wiped out by the crippled hand and generous touch of the old lady. The dollar, although exciting to Molly, was not what made us smile; it was the offer from the old lady, who felt our suffering. The crippled hand symbolized a healing touch and made us realize that we did not have to fight this battle alone. 41. The author was _______, when he first caught sight of the old couple in the restaurant. A. curious B. confused C. upset D. indifferent

42. By saying “If I could do more for you I would…”, the old woman means_______. A. she had the ability to cure the disease of Molly B. she had the responsibility for the safety of Molly C. she was an old friend of the author and can lend some money to them D. she would like to help Molly as much as possible 43. What can we inferred from the passage? A. The author and his wife were not satisfied with the food in the restaurant. B. The old couple had once gone through the same trouble as the author did. C. The one dollar bill made the author feel touched by the warmth from others. D. The old woman sympathized with Molly because she suffered from serious arthritis herself. 44. What would be the best title of the text? A. A girl with cancer C. A crippled hand B. A touch of heaven D. A kind-hearted couple

B
In The Firm, Mitch, a student from Harvard Law School, accepts a job at a supposedly reputable law firm. But soon afterwards, strange things start happening and Mitch decides to investigate, which soon puts him in danger. This New York best seller was written by the famous American lawyer and author John Grisham, best known for his popular legal thrillers.

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Angela’s Ashes is a recollection of the author?s childhood in Brooklyn and Ireland. McCourt recounts several stories about his family?s struggles with poverty, as well as his father?s drinking problem. This novel has won several awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography. In Fish Face, Emily is the fastest runner in school as well as being best at math. Tiffanie, a new girl, joins the class and Emily tries hard to be friends with her, despite Tiffanie being a terrific reader and a better runner. But Tiffanie turns out to be a thief! Who will believe Emily when everyone thinks she is jealous? In this scaring detective fiction novel, 10 people are invited to an island. One by one, they start to die. Who?s killing them? And why? Christie?s best-selling novel, And Then There Were None has been adapted into several plays, films, and even video games. The Everything Kids’ States Book: Wind Your Way Across Our Great Nation The Everything Kids’ States Book is packed full of fascinating information about every single one of the 50 states in the U.S.A. Full of trivia about the history, geography and land marks of each state, it is also filled with puzzles and quizzes to keep kids entertained for hours! The Old Man and the Sea is about a fisherman (Santiago) and his attempts to catch an enormous marlin fish. The story also looks at the friendship between Santiago and his young apprentice, Manolin. Written in 1951, it was the last book by Hemingway which was published during his lifetime. In The Secret Garden, Mary is an Orphan who?s sent to live with a reclusive uncle, Archibald Craven. One day, she discovers a key to a mysterious garden. Mary and her friends spend a summer secretly visiting this garden and experiencing important changes in their lives. This interesting book is top-listed among the favorites of both children and grown-ups. For Boys Only: The Biggest Book Ever Despite the title For Boys Only, this book is sure to be treasured by whoever gets it. Packed full of useful information and advice, it is written in a light humorous tone that is sure to tickle. How to fight off an alligator (短吻鳄) or pilot a plane in an emergency are just two of the many subjects covered. Educational, interesting and fun, this is a great book.

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45. We can know from Fish Face that_______.

A. Emily is best at reading in her class B. Emily gets along well with Tiffanie C. Tiffanie is best at running in school D. Tiffanie is more popular than Emily in her class 46. If you want to buy a book about the geography of America, you can save _______. A. $5.1 B. $3.67 C. $9 D. $2.5

47. Which of the following is true according to the text? A. Angela’s Ashes is a reflection of the author?s own life. B. The Old Man and the Sea mainly talks about the friendship between Santiago and Manolin. C. The Secret Garden is intended for children only. D. For Boys Only is the only book that won awards. 48. And Then There Were None is similar to The Firm, because _______. A. they are both thrillers C. both stories are set on an island B. they are both best sellers in New York D. both stories are adapted into films

C
The traditional distinction between products that satisfy needs and those satisfy wants is no longer adequate to describe classes of products. In today?s prosperous societies, the distinction has become unclear because so many wants have been turned into needs. A writer, for instance, can work with paper and pencils. These are legal needs for the task. But the work can be done more quickly and efficiently with a word processor. Thus a computer is soon viewed as a need rather than a want. In the field of marketing, consumer goods are classed according to the way in which they are purchased. The two main classes are convenience goods and shopping goods. Two lesser types are specialty goods and unsought(主动提供的) goods. It must be emphasized that all of these types are based on the way shoppers think about products, not on the nature of the products themselves. What is regarded as a convenience item in France (wine, for example) should be a specialty goods in the United States. People do not spend a great deal of time shopping for such convenience items as groceries, newspapers, toothpaste, aspirin, and candy. The buying of convenience goods may be done routinely, as some families buy groceries once a week. Such regularly purchased items are called staples. Sometimes convenience products are bought without enough thinking; someone has a sudden desire for an ice cream sundae(圣代) on a hot day. Or they may be purchased as emergency items. Shopping goods are items for which customers search. They compare prices, quality, and styles, and may visit a number of stores before making a decision. Buying an automobile is often done this way. Shopping goods fall into two classes; those that are recognized as basically the same and those that are regarded as different. Items that are looked upon as basically the same include such things as home appliances, television sets, and automobiles. Having decided on the model desired, the customer

is primarily interested in getting the item at the most favorable price. Items regarded as essentially different include clothing, furniture, and dishes. Quality, style and fashion will either take precedence(优先) over price, or they will not matter at all. 49. It can be learned from the first paragraph that ______. A. a writer needs a word processor B. needs and wants can?t be separated clearly C. the way to distinguish the products is unimportant D. a computer is a need rather than a want 50. The example of wine is used to illustrate that ______. A. goods are classified differently in different countries B. the types of the product lie on the people rather than its nature C. Frenchmen often drink but Americans sometimes do D. one product may belong to many types 51. Staples are items that ______. A. are convenient to purchase B. are purchased without enough thinking C. people “want but don?t need” D. people are in constant need of 52. Shopping goods that are considered as basically the same are those that ______. A. consumers don?t care where to buy them B. consumers spend much time searching for C. satisfy similar needs of the consumer D. can be found in nearly every shop

D
Authorities will continue to take a hard line on Internet-based rumors and punish those creating fake information, a senior official said on Thursday. Authorities have removed more than 210,000 online posts and shut down 42 websites since mid-March in their latest crackdown on online rumors, said Liu Zhengrong, a senior official with the State Internet Information Office. Fake information or rumors spread through the Internet, especially on micro blogs, have harmed social order and residents? daily lives, he said at a news briefing in Beijing. Before the crackdown, six people who allegedly fabricated (伪造) rumors about “military vehicles entering Beijing” had been detained and 16 websites closed for disseminating fake online information, according to police authorities. “What we?ve done and will do is to make sure residents can know what they want to know, say what they think and supervise our management in a reliable and useful network environment,” Liu said. Liu disagreed that the Internet can police itself against rumors, and told China Daily that some netizens can?t distinguish truth from fiction, “requiring government departments and website

companies to take measures”. On Monday, the Internet Society of China posted a proposal calling on Internet companies and websites to strengthen self-discipline and prevent the spread of online rumors. In response, three main Internet companies in the country - Sina, Baidu and Tencent - said they will target fake information with advanced technology and invest in manpower to supervise online information. Zhao Zhiguo, deputy director of the Telecommunications Administration under the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, said stricter self-management of websites will help banish online rumors. “Internet companies should take legal responsibility when operating their websites. They should not become a hotbed for rumors and provide opportunities for fake information,” Zhao said, adding they will launch similar crackdowns to close illegal website companies and punish those responsible. Currently, people who make or spread rumors related to terrorism and securities trading, or information affecting State security and companies? commercial reputations, will face criminal punishment. Liu Honghui, a Beijing lawyer specializing in online cases, said he welcomed the government?s action to curb online rumors. “Residents used online banks to shop or book flights, which needs a safe platform without fake information,” he said. Yu Guofu, another lawyer from Sheng Feng Law Firm, said the key to reducing rumors is netizens themselves. “If micro-bloggers think twice before forwarding information, rumors will decrease.” 53. How many websites were shut down before mid-March in the latest crackdown on online rumors? A. 42 B. 58 C. 16 D. 18 54. What does the underlined word mean in fourth paragraph? A. creating B. spreading C. providing D. operating 55. According to the passage, which of the following is true? A. Not all netizens can distinguish truth from fiction on the Internet. B. People who have harmed social order will face criminal punishment. C. The Internet Society of China called on micro-bloggers to prevent the spread of online rumors. D. Three main Internet companies in the country promised to launch more crackdowns to close illegal websites. 56. Who plays an important role in reducing Internet-based rumors? A. Authorities B. Internet companies C. Micro-bloggers

D. Police

E
Nuclear energy has always been controversial. But since the tsunami and nuclear disaster in Fukushima (Japan) last year the issue is back in the headlines. And the world is divided— some

countries are planning more nuclear plants, while others have promised to shut theirs down. After Fukushima, Germany decided to switch off all its nuclear plants by 2022. Switzerland and Italy are also phasing out nuclear power. But France and the United States remain staunch supporters of atomic energy. In fact, almost 80% of France?s electricity comes from nuclear power, the highest percentage in the world. And in the US, the Obama administration said it “continues to support the expansion of nuclear power, despite the crisis in Japan.” Nuclear supporters claim nuclear power can help the environment. Unlike fossil fuels, nuclear power doesn?t create greenhouse gases. So, pro-nuclear countries argue that nuclear power allows them to generate energy without contributing to climate change. Britain?s chief scientific adviser (John Beddington) supports this view. He recently said that the world doesn?t have the luxury of ignoring nuclear energy. Nuclear power is also relatively cheap. Renewable energy sources such as solar, hydro and wind power may be clean, but they?re expensive; and right now, they require a lot of investment. This higher cost of using “green energy” is usually passed onto the consumer. So, while many people may prefer their energy to come from a renewable source, not so many are prepared to pay higher energy bills. This is of particular concern while the world economy is in such bad shape. The main argument against nuclear energy is that it isn?t safe. For a start, nuclear waste is very difficult to dispose of, and remains toxic to humans for thousands of years. And even before Fukushima, there were several high-profile nuclear disasters. The most famous is probably the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, in the Ukraine. The radiation from the meltdown spread all over Europe, affecting thousands. The nuclear energy issue is very complex. And it doesn?t look like it?ll be resolved anytime soon. As a Japanese commentator recently said, “it?s been a bad year for the ?nuclear village?, but I don?t think they?re down and out yet.” The battle continues. 57. Which of the following may NOT be the advantage of nuclear energy over other energy sources? A. Nuclear energy doesn?t produce any greenhouse gases. B. Nuclear energy can help prevent the climate damage. C. Nuclear energy is more environmental-friendly than other green energy sources. D. Nuclear energy can save the consumers some money, compared to other renewable energies. 58. What does the underlined word “this” refer to in paragraph 4? A. The fact that many people prefer to use the green energy sources while unwilling to pay higher bill. B. The cost of using renewable sources C. The fact that the nuclear power is cheaper. D. The investment of renewable energy sources 59. We can learn from the last paragraph that _______. A. the Japanese commentator is positive about the future of nuclear energy B. the nuclear energy issue will be soon settled C. a battle will break out in the future D. Japan is considering to build a nuclear village in the future

60. What is the author?s purpose of writing the passage? A. To highlight the danger of using nuclear energy. B. To introduce some serious nuclear disasters. C. To show the argument between nuclear supporters and protesters. D. To give some advice on how to use nuclear energy safely. 第二节 补全对话(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据对话内容, 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项为多余选项。 Policeman:Now, Jimmy, did you get a good view of the accident? Jimmy:Oh, yes. I was standing outside the bank building and I saw it quite clearly. Policeman:Do you know what time it was? Jimmy:Yes. 61 . It was 2:45 exactly. Policeman:Good. 62 . Jimmy:Well, quite slowly — about 10 miles an hour. It was coming up York Road. 63 But they were still red when he went over them. Policeman:I see. 64 was it also driving slowly? Jimmy:It was coming along Union Street about 30 miles per hour. It was a blue Toyota. 65 _. Policeman:Did you see what colour his traffic light was? Jimmy:Yes, it changed to yellow just before he crossed it. A. What about the car? B. I checked my watch. C. Didn?t you see the car? D. Now, how fast was the truck moving? E. Was the car going beyond the speed limit? F. I suppose the truck driver knew the lights were going to change. G. The driver stopped his car when he saw the truck crossing the street.

成都七中高 2012 级三诊模拟考试 英语答题卷
第二卷(非选择题,共 50 分)
第一节 短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行做出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线 上画一个勾(√);如有错误(每行只有一个错误) ,则按下列情况改正: 1. 该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。 2. 该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^),在该行右边的横线上写出该加的词。 3. 该行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 You said in your letter that you were always trying to improve your English, and your English teacher didn?t appear to appreciate your efforts. So you felt disappointing and lost the desire to learn English. You know why teachers are busy and maybe your teacher is struggling to provide personal attention with all the students in their class. In my opinion, it is a fact of life that sometimes people?s hard work went unnoticed. Though it is nice to receive encouragement and support, parts of growing up is learning to be motivated and study independent. So keep on working hard at your English because you stop, you are sure to fail. 66._____________ 67._____________ 68._____________ 69._____________ 70._____________ 71._____________ 72._____________ 73._____________ 74._____________ 75._____________

第二节 书面表达:(35 分) 新课程实施以来,有的学校率先取缔了晚课,你所在的班级学生对是否取消晚课展开了一 次讨论。请结合下面的讨论内容用英语写一篇短文,并发表自己的看法。 赞成观点…… 反对观点…… 你的观点…… 注意: 1. 词数 100-120 左右,开头已写好(不计入总词数); 2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文 连贯。 参考词汇:autonomous learning 自主学习 Recently, our class have held a heated discussion about whether evening classes should be cancelled. __________________________________________________________________________________

成都七中高 2012 级三诊模拟考试
参考答案
一.单选 1-5 CCCBB 二.完型填空 21—25 BDACA 三.阅读 41---44 ADCB 6-10 CBBDB 26—30 DADAC 45---48 CBA A 11-15 BBCAD 31—35 CCBBA 49—52 BBDC 16-20 DBCBA 36—40 DBADC 53-56 CBAC

57---60 CBAC
四.补全对话 61-65 B D F A G 五.改错 66. 正确 67. and → but 68.disappointing → disappointed 69. 去掉 why / why→ that 70. with → for 71.their → your 72. went→ goes 73. parts → part 74. independent → independently 75. 在 because 后加 if 或 once 六.写作 One possible version: Recently, our class have held a heated discussion about whether evening classes should be cancelled. Opinions vary from person to person. Some of them are in favour of the idea that the evening classes should be cancelled. To begin with, canceling evening classes means they have more time for autonomous learning and resting. Besides, students will have more time to develop their hobbies such as reading, playing sports, drawing and so on. However, others object to this idea. From their point of view, compared with studying at home, studying at school may lead to high study efficiency. What's more, the problems existing in study can be coped with as soon as possible by means of communicating with teachers and cooperating with classmates. Weighing pros and cons, I prefer studying at home because I'm willing to form the habit of being independent and I'm inclined to arrange study time myself.


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