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湖南省長沙市望城區第二中學2019-2020學年高二英語上學期第二次月考試題

次月考試題

第一部分 聽力 (共兩節,滿分30分)

第一節(共5小題;每小題1.5分,滿分7.5分)

聽下面5段對話。每段對話后有一個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項。

聽完每段對話后,你都有10秒鐘的時間來回答有關小題和閱讀下一小題。每段對話僅讀一

遍。

1. Why does the boy refuse the girl's offer?

A. He wants to get a better grade. B. He is busy with a reading group.

C. He has to get to school early.

2. Who is reading in the study?

A. Jenny. B. Tom. C. John.

3. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A. A road. B. A shop. C. A product

4. How much will the woman pay for the tickets?

A.$15. B.$20. C.$30.

5. What is the relationship between the speakers?

A. Friends. B. Co-workers. C. Sister and brother.

第二節(共15小題;每小題1.5分,滿分22.5分)

聽第6段材料,回答第6、7題。

6. What does the woman want to do?

A. Go to an event. B. Do some shopping. C. Take a photo.

7. Why does the man refuse to change the shirt?

A. He likes the pocket in it. B. He has nothing else to wear. C. He thinks it

is his lucky shirt.

聽第7段材料,回答第8至10題

8. Why does the woman make the call?

A. She thinks she is poisoned. B. She wants more apple seeds.

C. She needs a ride from the man

9. What does the man think about the woman?

A. She is going to die. B. She is just anxious. C. She is allergic to apples.

10. Where is the woman probably

A. At her house. B. In the hospital. C. In Poison Control Center.

聽第8段材料,回答第11至13題

l1. When does the conversation probably take place

A. In the morning. B. At noon. C. In the evening.

12. Where is the cat food

A. In the basement. B. In the cupboard. C. In the fridge

13. Why did the man have to lock everything?

A. The dogs steal their food. B. The kids are not well behaved.

C. The cat opens all the doors.

聽第9段材料,回答第14至17題。

14.Why won't the robot newsreader be successful according to the man?

A. People will find it funny. B. People will think it strange.

C. People will not concentrate on the news

15.What problem does the man see from robots?

A. They will take jobs. B. They will take control. C. They will become smart.

16. What is said to be robots' weakness?

A. They are expensive. B. They can't create. C. They are not reliable.

17. How does the woman feel about the future?

A. Sad. B. Indifferent. C. Optimistic.

聽第10段材料回答第18至20題。

18. Where is the speaker giving the talk?

A. At a village. B. At a factory. C. At a university.

19. Which word best describes the water provided?

A. Cheap. B. Clean. C. Cold.

20. What kind of organization does the speaker represent?

A. A charity. B. A company. C. A government.

第二部分 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分)

第一節(共15小題;每小題2分,滿分30分)

A

When he was 22, Rob Stewart traveled the world for four years. He wanted to call

attention to the mistreatment of sharks. His 2007 film,

Sharkwater

, documents the

cruel practice of removing sharks' fins for money and leaving the animals to die.

In his latest documentary,

Revolution

, Stewart takes on an even bigger challenge:

climate change.

The Canadian filmmaker says that climate change has harmed people and places

everywhere: “It is stronger than any government or organization. If we educate

people, they will make better decisions about protecting natural resources.”

According to a recent report on climate change,The atmosphere and ocean have

warmed, the amounts of snow and ice have reduced, and sea levels have risen.

developments are endangering crops, wildlife, fish, and even people.

Stewart says that the consequences of climate change will be irreversible unless

people take action, especially young people.

compass(道德指南) of society,he believes, “and say,‘Guys, this is not right’?!?/p>

Many kids took action after seeing

Sharkwater

. Elementary school students in

the Northern Mariana Islands, for example, got their local government to ban the

sale of shark fins.

Felix Finkbeiner, 17, from Germany is also part of the to save the

planet. In 2007, Felix started a youth group called Plant-for-the-Planet, whose

motto is

So far, Plant-for-the-Planet has planted nearly 200 trees around the world.Future

generations are the ones who will be suffering the most from inaction(無作為),”

Felix says。 His goal is to plant millions of additional trees.

“When we started four years ago,” Felix tells Stewart in

Revolution

, “ we

thought we had to save the polar bear. We thought we had to save the environment.

But soon after, we found out that it's about our future, that we have to save our

own future.”

21. What did Rob Stewart attach importance to in terms of environment protection?

A. Traveling the world. B. Making effective policies.

C. Educating the young. D. Making exciting films.

22. Which of the following can best describe Felix Finkbeiner?

A. Easy-going. B. Peace-loving. C. Far-sighted. D.

Self-centered.

23. Which is closest in meaning to the underlined word in the 4th paragraph?

A. unpredictable. B. can’t be changed back C. improved. D. change

directions.

B

Limited to a narrow seat for hours with just a tiny bag of cookies and orange

juice to comfort yourself, the last thing you feel like doing when you get off a

plane is to wait around for your bags. The easy option when traveling has been to

limit yourself to a carry-on suitcase and pray it fits in the overhead bin. Not only

does it get you out of the airport faster but it's also free. Not any longer, however.

Recently, some airlines are starting to charge for carry-on bags, and travelers

aren't at all happy about it. Packing light might not be an option anymore when

looking for tips to get the best airfare possible.

Some smaller airlines such as Frontier and Spirit have always charged customers

for carry-on bags, but now bigger name airlines, such as United, are starting to

do it too. When you purchase a Basic Economy ticket through United you're not allowed

a full-size carry-on bag unless you're a Mileage Plus Premier member. Should you

forget to check your bag before security and bring it all the way to the gate, not

only will you pay the checked-bag fee, but you'll have to pay an additional $25 gate

handling charge. Not the best way to start off a trip. Don ' t miss these additional

things airlines don't want to tell you-but every flier should be aware of.

You might assume that the new carry-on bag guidelines are due to space

limitations in the overhead bins, but it has more to do with on-time rates, Aviation

economies expert and senior vice president of ICF Aviation Samuel Engel told Vox

that the biggest bottleneck when it comes to boarding is carry-on luggage. For every

minute a plane isn't in the air, it's losing money. A delayed departure makes the

flight crew look bad and passengers very angry.

So, the next time you fly, plan to check your bag before security, pay a bit

more for your ticket so you are allowed a carry-on, or try rolling a week's worth

of clothes into a backpack, a still-allowed “personal item”.

24. What does the first paragraph intend to convey?

A. People's frustration during a flight. B. People's attitude toward waiting

for luggage.

C. Convenience for carry-on suitcases. D. New policies for free carry-on

suitcases.

25. Which of the following is NOT the reason why more airlines begin to charge for

carry-ons?

A. Space limitations. B. Passengers support. C. On-time rates. D.

Increasing budget.

26. What is the main idea of the passage?

A. Tips for dealing with increasing carry-on rates.

B. Instructions before taking a flight.

C. Passengers' complaints about the airlines.

D. More airlines are starting to charge for carry-on bags

C

The worlds first hydrogen-powered trains have begun running in Germany. They

began carrying passengers Monday in Germanys northern Lower Saxony state. The new

train will run 100-kilometer trips and can travel up to 140 kilometers an hour.

A French railroad company called Alstom built the two trains. Team in Germany

and France cooperated on the project, which was supported by the German government.

The new train model, called the Coradia iLint, signals the beginning of efforts in

Germany and other nations to move away from pollution-producing diesel(柴油) trains.

The Coradia lInt is designed to run on non-electrified train lines with low

levels of noise.

It uses a process that combines hydrogen and oxygen to produce electrical power.

If the system produces more energy than the train needs at that time, it can store

the extra energy in batteries. The only emissions(排放物) are water and steam.

A single tank of hydrogen can run a Coradia iLint train for about 1, 000

kilometers. This is very similar to the distance a diesel-powered train can run on

with a single tank.

Hydrogen-powered trains cost more than diesel trains to build. But Alstom

officials say the operating costs are much lower. The company plans to provide

another 14 Coradia iLint trains to Lower Saxony by 2021.

The head of railroad operations in the area, Carmen Schwab, praised replacing

diesel trains with hydrogen. She said the move was an important first step in using

clean-burning technologies to reach climate protection goals.

Officials say the area's many wind turbines(渦輪機) will produce part of the

energy to create the hydrogen to power the trains.

Alstom says several other European countries have also expressed interest in

developing hydrogen train systems. France has already said it wants its first

hydrogen train to be operating by 2022.

27. Why did Germany build the new trains?

A. To replace diesel trains. B. To carry more passengers.

C. To make traveling much easier. D. To develop friendship with France.

28. What is one advantage of the Coradia lInt?

A. It runs without making any noise. B. It doesn't use electrical power.

C. It costs much less to run. D. It is cheaper to make it.

29. It can be concluded that hydrogen trains________.

A. are widely used. B. are environmentally friendly.

C. can stop air pollution. D. can produce water and oxygen.

30. What might be the best title for the text?

A. Saving Natural Resources. B. Efforts to Reduce Emissions.

C. World's First Hydrogen Trains. D. A New Way to Make Electricity

第二節(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10分)

根據短文內容,從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項。選項中有兩項為多余選項。

Feeling Phone-overwhelmed?

Many people are feeling longing for a timewhen

smartphones didn't exist. Actually you don't necessarily need to flush your brand

new iPhone down the toilet or vow to never, ever tweet again. Things don t have to

be that black or white. 31 Here are a few simple steps.

Make a plan. To earn a college degree, you select specific classes happening

at specific times and you attend them. This keeps you on track, moving steadily

towards your goal. 32 Choose specific times to check texts, social media updates,

and so on and then do your best to stick to the plan. Create phone-routines that

help you to create the kind of day (and life) that you want.

Enjoy the sound of silence to the fullest. If your phone is continually bleeping

and pinging every time something happens

focused—you'll be tempted to check in and see what's up! It may seem obvious to

turn off those noisy notifications. 33 You can also create a filterso that

certain people's calls come through even if your phone is on That way you

can rest easy, knowing you won't miss something truly urgent.

_34 For many couples and families, dinnertime is the only time of the day

when everyone

is gathered together in one place. Make dinner a special, sacred time without techie

distractions. No phones at the table. If people get restless or bored, strike up

an interesting conversation by playing a question game.

Ask yourself,

your phone, and you don't really

out company, entertainment or inspiration? Whatever you want, see if you can find

a non-phone-related way to satisfy yourself. Go for a jog, listen to music or pop

by a friend's house to say

discover that the

A. Take some phone-free time.

B. Make dinnertime a phone- free zone.

C. Check in with yourself and see what you want.

D. See how it feels to move freely without your phone.

E. You can apply that same logic to your smartphone usage.

F. You can take specific steps to create healthier, more balanced relations of

technology.

G. Better yet, turn the volume on your phone down to zero or power down your phone

completely.

第三部分 語言知識運用(共兩節, 滿分45分)

第一節完形填空(共20小題;每小題15分,滿分30分)

Bode Beirdneau, now ten, who started riding snowmobiles(雪地摩托車) at age four

saved his father after a serious 36____, showing great courage in the 37____. On

a bright day last April, Bode Beirdneau, then nine and his father, John Taylor, 54,

were having 38____ snowmobiling around the Lake Tahoe when the throttle( 油門)of

John's vehicle got 39____ by a small branch. Unable to slow down, John 40____ to

jump off the vehicle 41____ it crashed into a big tree, but his pant leg got caught

underneath it. As he 42____ six inches into the snow, he could tell both his leg

and shoulder were 43____. Bode rushed to 44____ out his father, but John stopped

him. They had neither supplies 45____ cell phone service. “46____ your

snowmobile,” John told Bode. “Follow the road, and try to find help.”

After a 20-minute 47____, Bode spotted a tour group and 48____ the guide to radio

for help. The County Search, The Rescue Unit and firefighters quickly appeared on

the scene, and Bode led them 49____ the white wilderness to his dad, who was pale

and in pain.

While waiting for a 50____ to airlift John to the nearby hospital, the

51_____stabilized his leg. Within an hour, he was receiving surgery.

Today, John's leg has 52____. Since then 53_____ have Father and son forgot to

carry a walkie-talkie(步話機) with an emergency button on their trip. Bode's 54____

and quick thinking have led his mother to treat him as more of an adult. She lets

him 55____ later at night because

36.A. event

37. A. dark

38. A. fun

39. A. stuck

40. A. succeeded

41.A . until

42. A. dived

43. A. destroyed

44.A. dig

45.A. or

46. A. Get over

47. A. run

48. A. begged

49. A. beyond

50. A. motorcycle

51.A. police

52.A. healed

53. A. in no time

54. A. skills

55. A. speak up

B. experience

B. wet

B. trouble

B. attacked

B. attempted

B. as

B. sank

B. recovering

B. find

B. nor

B. Put on

B. ride

B. threatened

B. opposite

B. snowmobile

B. tourists

B .changed

B. always

B. courage

B. get up

C. mistake

C. cold

C. lessons

C. destroyed

C. failed

C. before

C. struggled

C. injured

C. pick

C. and

C. Take off

C. rest

C. ordered

C. around

C. helicopter

C. firefighters

C. died

C. at times

C. confusion

C. stay up

D. accident

D. sun

D. plans

D. broken

D. stopped

D. since

D. cut

D. missing

D. work

D. no

D. Get on

D. wait

D. forced

D. through

D. ambulance

D. rescuers

D. returned

D. never

D. kindness

D. cheer up

第二節 語法填空 (共10小題;每小題1.5分,滿分15分)

閱讀下面短文,在空白處填入1個適當的單詞或括號內單詞的正確形式。

Video producer and musician Justin Scholar enjoyed an impressive moment weeks

ago when he spotted his 56________( late) work playing on a huge LED screen at New

York's Times Square.

“It's sort of the American dream 57________(see) your name up in lights,” says

the 25-year-old New Jersey native. “I'd never really cared about my name

58________(be) that big, but going to New York and seeing the big screens, you always

wonder if your work is going to make it up there.” The video 59_________(shoot)

in China, where Scholar now lives and owns a media company. After taking his first

Mandarin class in high school seven years ago, Scholar had listed China 60_______

a future destination and made his first trip to Shanghai in 2015 through a

study-abroad program 61_______ he was a student in New York University.

Though he had been told what urban life in China was like beforehand, it was

still “a far cry” from what he saw with his own eyes, says Scholar. The film and

TV major transferred his focus from 62________(technique) art to traditional arts

during the semester in Shanghai, spending most of the time learning ink and wash

painting, calligraphy and the

guzheng

(a traditional Chinese zither), which

63________ (rich) his artistic64________(skill) with a touch of Eastern

aesthetics(美學).

He also fell in love with the city, where he ate a lot of authentic

xiaolongbao

,

or steamed meat buns, 65________ felt safe walking on the streets at 3 a.m.

第四部分 寫作(共兩節, 滿分40分)

第一節應用文寫作(滿分15分)

假定你是李華,對如何有效實施垃圾分類有些困惑,請你給你在溫哥華寄宿家庭的

Doug先生寫封電子郵件,內容包括:

1. 告知他學校開始實施垃圾分類;

2. 你的困惑

3. 詢問建議。

注意:

1. 詞數80左右;

2. 可以適當增加細節,以使行文連貫。

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

___

第二節概要寫作(滿分25分)

閱讀下面短文,根據其內容寫一篇60詞左右的內容概要

We already know that the underwater world is anything but silent. It is full

of natural sounds produced by animals and by the motion of the atmosphere and water.

But today's researchers are increasingly concerned about the man-made noises under

the water. They are confusing—and even killing—fish, whales and other marine

animals.

Although hearing is important to all animals, the special qualities of the

undersea world emphasize the use of sound. Underwater sound allows marine animals

to gather information and communicate at great distances and from all directions.

Loud underwater noises can cause damage to their hearing. And nowadays it's becoming

too much for marine wildlife. Evidence shows that whales will swim hundreds of miles,

rapidly change their depth, and even beach themselves to get away from the sounds

of sonar.

You might think lower noises, typically caused by shipping or construction, do

not pose a threat to marine animals. In fact, while they may not kill the animals

directly, they can disturb their ability to locate food, find mates and avoid

predators(掠食動物). Scientists looked at the effects of noise from small motorboats

on coral-reef fish at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. In the lab, the fish had

been trained to recognize the smell of three common predators as a threat. Some fish

were trained in the presence of boat noise, while the others had training with the

natural sounds of the ocean. It turned out that the first group showed no fright

reactions when exposed to the predator. However, the other group was scared. And

under the influence of underwater noise on this group, only 20 percent of fish

survived, compared to almost 70 percent of unexposed fish.

Humans rely on the ocean for its natural resources and biodiversity. The ocean

also plays an important role in regulating(調節) temperatures, as Cousteau said,

“For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive: in this century he

is beginning to realize that, in order to survive, he must protect it.”

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

___

湖南省長沙市望城區第二中學2019-2020學年高二英語上學期第二

次月考試題

第一部分 聽力 (共兩節,滿分30分)

第一節(共5小題;每小題1.5分,滿分7.5分)

聽下面5段對話。每段對話后有一個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出最佳選項。

聽完每段對話后,你都有10秒鐘的時間來回答有關小題和閱讀下一小題。每段對話僅讀一

遍。

1. Why does the boy refuse the girl's offer?

A. He wants to get a better grade. B. He is busy with a reading group.

C. He has to get to school early.

2. Who is reading in the study?

A. Jenny. B. Tom. C. John.

3. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A. A road. B. A shop. C. A product

4. How much will the woman pay for the tickets?

A.$15. B.$20. C.$30.

5. What is the relationship between the speakers?

A. Friends. B. Co-workers. C. Sister and brother.

第二節(共15小題;每小題1.5分,滿分22.5分)

聽第6段材料,回答第6、7題。

6. What does the woman want to do?

A. Go to an event. B. Do some shopping. C. Take a photo.

7. Why does the man refuse to change the shirt?

A. He likes the pocket in it. B. He has nothing else to wear. C. He thinks it

is his lucky shirt.

聽第7段材料,回答第8至10題

8. Why does the woman make the call?

A. She thinks she is poisoned. B. She wants more apple seeds.

C. She needs a ride from the man

9. What does the man think about the woman?

A. She is going to die. B. She is just anxious. C. She is allergic to apples.

10. Where is the woman probably

A. At her house. B. In the hospital. C. In Poison Control Center.

聽第8段材料,回答第11至13題

l1. When does the conversation probably take place

A. In the morning. B. At noon. C. In the evening.

12. Where is the cat food

A. In the basement. B. In the cupboard. C. In the fridge

13. Why did the man have to lock everything?

A. The dogs steal their food. B. The kids are not well behaved.

C. The cat opens all the doors.

聽第9段材料,回答第14至17題。

14.Why won't the robot newsreader be successful according to the man?

A. People will find it funny. B. People will think it strange.

C. People will not concentrate on the news

15.What problem does the man see from robots?

A. They will take jobs. B. They will take control. C. They will become smart.

16. What is said to be robots' weakness?

A. They are expensive. B. They can't create. C. They are not reliable.

17. How does the woman feel about the future?

A. Sad. B. Indifferent. C. Optimistic.

聽第10段材料回答第18至20題。

18. Where is the speaker giving the talk?

A. At a village. B. At a factory. C. At a university.

19. Which word best describes the water provided?

A. Cheap. B. Clean. C. Cold.

20. What kind of organization does the speaker represent?

A. A charity. B. A company. C. A government.

第二部分 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分)

第一節(共15小題;每小題2分,滿分30分)

A

When he was 22, Rob Stewart traveled the world for four years. He wanted to call

attention to the mistreatment of sharks. His 2007 film,

Sharkwater

, documents the

cruel practice of removing sharks' fins for money and leaving the animals to die.

In his latest documentary,

Revolution

, Stewart takes on an even bigger challenge:

climate change.

The Canadian filmmaker says that climate change has harmed people and places

everywhere: “It is stronger than any government or organization. If we educate

people, they will make better decisions about protecting natural resources.”

According to a recent report on climate change,The atmosphere and ocean have

warmed, the amounts of snow and ice have reduced, and sea levels have risen.

developments are endangering crops, wildlife, fish, and even people.

Stewart says that the consequences of climate change will be irreversible unless

people take action, especially young people.

compass(道德指南) of society,he believes, “and say,‘Guys, this is not right’?!?/p>

Many kids took action after seeing

Sharkwater

. Elementary school students in

the Northern Mariana Islands, for example, got their local government to ban the

sale of shark fins.

Felix Finkbeiner, 17, from Germany is also part of the to save the

planet. In 2007, Felix started a youth group called Plant-for-the-Planet, whose

motto is

So far, Plant-for-the-Planet has planted nearly 200 trees around the world.Future

generations are the ones who will be suffering the most from inaction(無作為),”

Felix says。 His goal is to plant millions of additional trees.

“When we started four years ago,” Felix tells Stewart in

Revolution

, “ we

thought we had to save the polar bear. We thought we had to save the environment.

But soon after, we found out that it's about our future, that we have to save our

own future.”

21. What did Rob Stewart attach importance to in terms of environment protection?

A. Traveling the world. B. Making effective policies.

C. Educating the young. D. Making exciting films.

22. Which of the following can best describe Felix Finkbeiner?

A. Easy-going. B. Peace-loving. C. Far-sighted. D.

Self-centered.

23. Which is closest in meaning to the underlined word in the 4th paragraph?

A. unpredictable. B. can’t be changed back C. improved. D. change

directions.

B

Limited to a narrow seat for hours with just a tiny bag of cookies and orange

juice to comfort yourself, the last thing you feel like doing when you get off a

plane is to wait around for your bags. The easy option when traveling has been to

limit yourself to a carry-on suitcase and pray it fits in the overhead bin. Not only

does it get you out of the airport faster but it's also free. Not any longer, however.

Recently, some airlines are starting to charge for carry-on bags, and travelers

aren't at all happy about it. Packing light might not be an option anymore when

looking for tips to get the best airfare possible.

Some smaller airlines such as Frontier and Spirit have always charged customers

for carry-on bags, but now bigger name airlines, such as United, are starting to

do it too. When you purchase a Basic Economy ticket through United you're not allowed

a full-size carry-on bag unless you're a Mileage Plus Premier member. Should you

forget to check your bag before security and bring it all the way to the gate, not

only will you pay the checked-bag fee, but you'll have to pay an additional $25 gate

handling charge. Not the best way to start off a trip. Don ' t miss these additional

things airlines don't want to tell you-but every flier should be aware of.

You might assume that the new carry-on bag guidelines are due to space

limitations in the overhead bins, but it has more to do with on-time rates, Aviation

economies expert and senior vice president of ICF Aviation Samuel Engel told Vox

that the biggest bottleneck when it comes to boarding is carry-on luggage. For every

minute a plane isn't in the air, it's losing money. A delayed departure makes the

flight crew look bad and passengers very angry.

So, the next time you fly, plan to check your bag before security, pay a bit

more for your ticket so you are allowed a carry-on, or try rolling a week's worth

of clothes into a backpack, a still-allowed “personal item”.

24. What does the first paragraph intend to convey?

A. People's frustration during a flight. B. People's attitude toward waiting

for luggage.

C. Convenience for carry-on suitcases. D. New policies for free carry-on

suitcases.

25. Which of the following is NOT the reason why more airlines begin to charge for

carry-ons?

A. Space limitations. B. Passengers support. C. On-time rates. D.

Increasing budget.

26. What is the main idea of the passage?

A. Tips for dealing with increasing carry-on rates.

B. Instructions before taking a flight.

C. Passengers' complaints about the airlines.

D. More airlines are starting to charge for carry-on bags

C

The worlds first hydrogen-powered trains have begun running in Germany. They

began carrying passengers Monday in Germanys northern Lower Saxony state. The new

train will run 100-kilometer trips and can travel up to 140 kilometers an hour.

A French railroad company called Alstom built the two trains. Team in Germany

and France cooperated on the project, which was supported by the German government.

The new train model, called the Coradia iLint, signals the beginning of efforts in

Germany and other nations to move away from pollution-producing diesel(柴油) trains.

The Coradia lInt is designed to run on non-electrified train lines with low

levels of noise.

It uses a process that combines hydrogen and oxygen to produce electrical power.

If the system produces more energy than the train needs at that time, it can store

the extra energy in batteries. The only emissions(排放物) are water and steam.

A single tank of hydrogen can run a Coradia iLint train for about 1, 000

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