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必修 1、2 综合测试题(一) 命题:陈梅 康亢 马玉祥 邢林静 李萍 王恩友 姓名 班 级 得分 自我评价 第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. How long did it take the man to finish his paper? A. Less than three hours. B. Less than an hour and a half. C. Less than half an hour. 2. What do we learn about Mary? A. Mary likes collecting postcards. B. Mary has traveled all over the world. C. Mary is going to visit Hawaii. 3. What are the two speakers talking about? A. A basketball player. B. A basketball team. C. A basketball match. 4. What does the man mean? A. Mary is ill. B. Mary thinks well of the concert. C. He has no chance to talk to Mary. 5. How soon will the man’s uncle get to the station? A. In five minutes. B. In fifteen minutes. C. In twenty minutes. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个 小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. When will the man leave? A. On Monday. B. On Tuesday. C. On Sunday. 7. Who told the man the news? A. His sister. B. His father. C. His mother. 8. How long will the man stay at home at most? A. Two days. B. Three days. C. Four days. 听第 7 段材料,回答第至 9 至 11 题。 9. How much does the man pay for the trip? A. $90. B. $70. C. $100. 10. How long is the trip to Los Angeles? A. Eight hours. B. Eight and a half hours. C. Nine hours. 11. Where can the man get on the bus?

A. At Gate 10. B. At Gate 11, upstairs. C. At Gate 12, downstairs. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. Where were the woman’s parents from? A. Germany. B. Russia. C. Poland. 13. How many languages can the woman’s mother speak now? A. Three. B. One. C. Two. 14. Where do they live now? A. A Russian-speaking country. B. An English-speaking country. C. A German-speaking country. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What’s Jane doing now? A. Typing her letter. B. Typing a letter for Mr Smith. C. Typing a letter for her boyfriend. 16. Where is Mr Smith going? A. To Florida. B. To Chicago. C. To Boston. 17. Why is Mr Smith leaving? A. For a lecture. B. For a meeting. C. For a holiday. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. Who is the speaker talking to? A. Tourists. B. Nursing staffs. C. Animal keepers. 19. Where probably are they now? A. In a zoo. B. At a nature reserve. C. On a sightseeing bus. 20. Where are they going? A. A national forest park. B. A nature reserve. C. A historical place. 听力填空题(选做)根据你所听到的信息完成下列表格中第 18 至 20 题;每小题不超过三个 单词。 Some safety rules Firstly Secondly Thirdly Finally Don’t 18. _______ the bus without permission. Stay close to the guide. 19. _________ the insurance declaration. Try to keep as 20. _____ as possible when walking.

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 单项选择(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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。 21. He all the money he had and found it only 50 yuan, which upset him very much, as he was in great need of money.

A. added, added up to B. added up, added up to C. added up, added up D. added, added to 22. Filled with great ______, the boy pushed the door open only to find everybody had already left. A. wish B. energy C. strength D. force 23. There are very few areas in the world _____ pandas can live, so they really have to think very carefully where to place the two little panda babies. A. where B. that C. which D. / 24. — After so many years of struggle, Ann finally lives a happy life with her children. — After all, not everyone has such a great will. A. Don’t exaggerate it. B. Yes, she deserves it. C. No wonder she wins. D. I hope that won’t happen again. 25. The old man kept talking to the manager, that he _____ old and should go back to work. A. insisting; was not B. insisting; was C. insisting on; was not D. insisting on; was 26. Hurry! The train ____. We don’t have much time left. A. leaves B. has left C. is leaving D. was leaving 27. He is famous _____ a popular star ____ young people. A. as, for B. for, as C. as, to D. for, to 28. I hate to stay at home. I’m considering ____ to Hainan for the Spring Festival. A. to go B. going C. go D. will go 29. I don’t know why she pretended ______ me when I passed by the book store. A. not to see B. not seeing C. to not see D. seeing 30. — Could you tell me who killed that young man? — Sorry, I can’t. We are still ________ the case and we haven’t had a clue yet. A. looking for B. looking into C. looking up D. looking around 31. I don’t like going shopping with my mother. She is always with the shop assistants just in order to save several coins. A. selecting B. bargaining C. talking D. solving 32. The old man has no one to _____ since his only son died last year. He lives alone now. A. rely on B. ask for C. look after D. depend 33. Anyone may feel uneasy _____ someone staring at him. So stop staring at me like that. A. through B. by C. as D. with 34. The houses ____ were blown off during the hurricane are being repaired. A. whose roofs B. the roofs of that C. of that roofs D. roofs of which 35. — Shall we go and see a movie this Sunday? — _________ See you on Sunday. A. Don’t flatter yourself.

B. I don’t agree. C. Why do you think so? D. That’s an excellent idea! 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) This story happened during an earthquake, which destroyed thousands of buildings and killed 25,000 people. A sad 36 ran through the street to the school where his son had gone that morning. The man could not 37 repeating what he had told his son many times, “Whatever happens, Armand, I’ll 38 be there for you. I will never leave you.” He reached his son’s school 39 only saw a hill of ruins. 40 he just stood there fighting back tears, and then 41 for the east corner where he knew his son’s 42 had been. With 43 but his bare hands he started digging, pulling up 44 and pieces of wall. One of the bystanders said, “Forget it, sir. They’re all 45 .” He looked up and replied, “You can criticize me or you can help to 46 these bricks.” Only a few joined in, and most of them gave up 47 their muscles began to ache. But the man couldn’t stop thinking about his son, so he kept digging and digging. 12 hours 48 ... 18 hours ... 24 hours ... and finally into the 38th hour he heard a weak groan (呻吟) from 49 a board. The man caught the board, pulled it back and cried, “Armand!” From the darkness came a slight, exciting voice, “Papa?” Other weak 50 began calling out as the young 51 moved the bricks and stones in order to get out. Shouts of 52 came from the onlookers and parents who 53 . They found 14 of the 33 students still 54 . When Armand finally came out he helped to 55 until all his surviving classmates were out. Everybody there heard him as he turned to his friends, saying, “See, I told you my father wouldn’t forget us.” 36. A. father B. motherC. brother D. sister 37. A. begin B. keep C. prevent D. stop 38. A. seldom B. never C. always D. possibly 39. A. or B. but C. so D. however 40. A. At first B. Above all C. After all D. First of all 41. A. took down B. took off C. sent up D. sent off 42. A. classmates B. schoolbag C. classroom D. clothes 43. A. nothing B. something C. anything D. everything 44. A. grass B. books C. flowers D. bricks 45. A. alive B. dead C. injuredD. gone 46. A. put B. move C. pile D. open 47. A. when B. that C. where D. whether 48. A. went by B. came over C. died away D. went away 49. A. above B. under C. over D. on 50. A. cries B. noises C. voices D. sound 51. A. teenager B. survivor C. rescuer D. victim 52. A. relief B. confidence C. support D. fortune

53. A. left 54. A. dead 55. A. walk

B. stopped C. remained D. appeared B. active C. alive D. awake B. dig C. cover D. move

第三部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) A As a little boy, I joined the boxing gym in my hometown and started boxing. I trained every day. After about a couple of months of training, I entered my first boxing match which I won. I was very nervous but I did pretty well. To become a good boxer you have to go through lots of training and have a heart of a true champion. I will share with you some of the things I did to win the State Championship twice, the Junior Olympics and the Sunshine State Games, which made the news in the newspapers twice. First of all, I made a promise to myself that I would go to the gym every day and train as hard as I could. I never skipped practice and I was always there on time. The thing about boxing is that you have to have lots of energy, because unlike other sports, you are on your own and you don’t get anyone else to do it for you. So you have to last all those rounds. Second, you have to eat right and make sure you stay in shape. You can’t just go around eating junk food. I know that when a boxing match comes, you can be nervous, but staying focused is the key to performing well in the ring. Third, practice, practice, practice! As the old saying goes, “Practice makes perfect.” The more you practice, the better you will get. Serious boxers do not slack off and they are always in the gym. I spend at least two hours in the gym every day. If you keep these simple things in mind, then you will become a great boxer or even the next champion. 56. The passage is mainly about . A. why the writer liked boxing when he was a child B. why the writer could win in boxing C. how to be a good boxer D. how to be a champion 57. According to the passage, the following statements are all true EXCEPT that . A. when the writer first participated in a boxing match, he felt nervous but won B. you won’t be a good boxer unless you have the desire to be a champion C. the writer was once famous because he won a few important matches D. boxing doesn’t require great energy 58. Which of the following is NOT one of the suggestions the writer gives in the passage? A. Eating right helps you stay in shape. B. While in the ring, you should stay focused. C. To be a professional boxer, you need to practice every day. D. Good sleep is necessary for a good boxer. B Soggy conditions will continue to discomfort the Pacific Northwest Wednesday as another in a series of storms marches through the region. Showers are also expected across the Great Lakes and Lower Mississippi Valley. However, generally dry weather will dominate (控制) the middle of the work week through the rest of the US.

Another in a series of Pacific storms will move onshore Wednesday, spreading rain and snow through the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West. Cloudy skies will keep temperatures in the 40s and 50s. Partly cloudy skies will dominate the East, although a weak front (锋) facing along the coast could produce showers from New England to Florida. So it’s better to take an umbrella with you. Temperatures are expected to remain seasonably warm. A few showers and scattered afternoon thunderstorms are possible along a cold front from the Great Lakes to the Lower Mississippi Valley. Morning sunshine will help to push temperatures into the upper 70s and 80s, with the warmest areas of Texas reaching the lower 90s. Clear skies will also dominate across the Northern Plains, Rockies and West. With plenty of sunshine, temperatures will range from the 60s in the Dakotas to the 80s and 90s across the deserts of Arizona and California. Be sure to keep your Weather Bug active to receive the latest weather in your neighborhood. 59. The underlined word “soggy” in the first paragraph means “ ”. A. wet B. cold C. windy D. cool 60. Which of the following places may have rain on Wednesday? A. New England, Great Lakes, Rockies and West. B. New England, the Pacific Northwest, and the deserts of Arizona. C. Florida, the Great Lakes, and the Pacific Northwest. D. The Lower Mississippi Valley, California, and New England. 61. The following statements are all true EXCEPT that . A. most places of the US will have dry weather on Wednesday B. the Great Lakes will see sunshine in the morning but thunderstorms in the afternoon C. the temperature gap between Dakotas and California will be 40s or so D. if you are in New England, you’d better take an umbrella with you on Wednesday 62. It can be inferred from the passage that . A. storms always kill a lot of people B. the Pacific Northwest has been suffering from stormy weather lately C. the Northern Plains will have a cloudy Wednesday D. the East of the US will enjoy a fine day on Wednesday 63. It can be concluded that the US will enjoy on Wednesday. A. a fine day for the most part B. a rainy day for the most part C. a dry day in a few places D. a day covered by different skies C Dr Judah Folkman keeps a copy of a 1903 New York Times article in his files. In it two physics professors explained why airplanes could not possibly fly. The article appeared just three months before the Wright brothers flew a plane in the sky at Kitty Hawk. In the early 1970s, Dr Folkman proposed an idea in cancer research that did not fit what scientists “knew” to be true: that tumors (肿瘤) did not produce new blood vessels (血管) to “feed” themselves and grow. He was convinced that they did. But his colleagues kept telling him, “You’re studying dirt.” They meant his project was useless science. No matter what others said, Dr Folkman didn’t give up. For twenty years, he met with disinterest or hostility as he went on with the study of the growth of new blood vessels. At one

research conference, half the people walked out. “He’s only a surgeon,” he heard someone say. But he always believed that his work might help to stop the growth of tumors, and might help to find ways to grow blood vessels where they were needed. Dr Folkman and his colleagues discovered the first angiogenesis inhibitors (血管再生抑制源) in the late 1980s. Today more than 100,000 cancer patients are benefiting from Dr Folkman’s research. His work is now recognized as being on the forefront in the fight to cure cancer. “If you want to succeed in something, you must stick to it,” Dr Folkman says. “I have come to realize the key is to choose a problem that is worth persistent effort.” 64. Why does the writer mention the Wright brothers in this passage? A. Because Dr Folkman and the Wright brothers had a similar experience. B. Because Dr Folkman and the Wright brothers were close friends. C. Because the Wright brothers helped Dr Folkman in his experiment. D. Because Dr Folkman proved what the brothers said was wrong. 65. The underlined part “He’s only a surgeon” in the third paragraph shows that the audience . A. didn’t believe what Dr Folkman said B. spoke highly of Dr Folkman C. admired Dr Folkman for his success D. thought what Dr Folkman said was boring 66. Which of the following sayings can best summarize Dr Folkman’s success? A. Failure is the mother of success. B. Where there is a will, there is a way. C. Well begun, half done. D. Who laughs last laughs best. 67. What is the best title of the passage? A. Persistence leads to success. B. Brief introduction to a surgeon. C. Dr Folkman’s hard life. D. The first angiogenesis inhibitors. D Most people are aware of what the adoption process is because it has become rather common in our society. Adoption is where a child is legally placed with guardians (监护人) or parents (or perhaps a single parent) other than the birth mother or father. Once an adoption is finalized, all parental rights are turned over to the adoptive parents and there is no legal difference between adoptive parents and natural birth parents. There are generally two types of adoption, which are closed adoption and open adoption. When an adopted person has access to his or her adoption file and original records, it is referred to as an open adoption. The term is also used to describe any contact that may be between the adoptive family, the birth parents, and the adopted child. The level of openness can change greatly in such contact depending on each individual relationship. There can be indirect contact between the natural birth parents and the child through the form of letters and photographs, or there can be actual physical contact. A semi-open adoption is where the birth parents may have contact with the adoptive parents before the birth of the child, either once or several times. After the birth there is no more contact.

A semi-open adoption may remain as it is or it can become either open or closed. A closed adoption is where only the medical and historical information about the biological parents is given to the adoptive family. Typically, the birth and adoptive parents do not know each other’s identities. The record of the birth parents is kept sealed (密封). A closed adoption is usually only effective in the adoption of babies. The adoption of an older child who already knows his or her birth parents cannot be kept closed. 68. What is this passage mainly about? A. Why there are lots of adopted children in society. B. The types of adoption. C. How people adopt children. D. The relationship between the adoptive parents and the biological parents. 69. How many adoption types are mentioned in the passage? A. 2. B. 3. C. 4. D. 5. 70. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the closed adoption? A. The birth parents may have indirect contact with the adoptive parents. B. The biological parents may often go to see their birth child. C. No information about the biological parents is given to the adoptive parents. D. Generally speaking, the adoptive parents do not know the birth parents’ identities. 71. Suppose someone adopts a child and his biological parents often get contact with the child by telephone. We can call this adoption ________. A. a closed adoption B. an open adoption C. a semi-open adoption D. a semi-closed adoption 72. From the passage, we know adoption is ________. A. where a child is legally placed with adoptive parents B. where a child is legally sent abroad by the birth parents C. where a child is brought up by the government D. where a child is sent to live with the children whose parents have died E Mitchell King had a visitor — his wife. Mr King was serving a six-year jail term in Auckland, New Zealand for armed robbery. But his wife didn’t want to be away from him for that long. So they held hands. And they stuck. She’d rubbed her palms with super glue. Their new-founded closeness was short-lived, and their separation was painful. Her technique is not one I’d recommend for a closer relationship. But if you desire relationships that are deeper, broader and longer-lasting, then remember the word “TRAVEL”. T is for TRUST. Trust is the glue that holds people together. A relationship will go nowhere without it. R is for RESPECT. “Do not save your loving speeches for your friends till they are dead; do not write them on their tombstones. Speak them rather now instead,” writes Anna Cummins. A is for AFFECTION. Sometimes affection means love. Sometimes it means a touch. But it always means kindness. V is for VULNERABILITY. Though we may feel afraid to let another get too close, no relationship will go anywhere without risking vulnerability. Jim Rohn says, “The walls we build

around us to keep out the sadness also keep out the joy and the love.” E is for EMOTIONAL INTIMACY. Learn to be open. Learn to communicate freely. What kinds of relationships you make are largely determined by how openly you have learned to communicate. L is for LAUGHTER. Victor Borge got it right when he said, “Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.” It’s also the most enjoyable. For relationships that can really go somewhere, just remember the word “TRAVEL”. Then enjoy the trip! 73. You are advised to if you want a close relationship with others. A. travel B. be trustful C. learn not to save D. all the above 74. By saying the underlined sentence in the sixth paragraph, Jim Rohn means that . A. walls have both advantages and disadvantages B. walls shouldn’t be too high C. we’d better build walls around us D. we shouldn’t build such walls between each other 75. This passage is mainly about . A. how to build closer relationships B. how to show others our respect C. how to make new friends D. how to make a good travel

第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) I didn’t do well at the exam the day before yesterday. 76. There are several reason, but the main reason is that 77. I didn’t have good sleep the night before the exam. 78. Mom had told me she would buy me a new bike if I get 79. full marks. So I stayed up and when I went bed at 80. around 2 o’clock in the morning, I couldn’t fell 81. asleep at all. I felt very nervously in the exam and all 82. that I had went over were gone. What’s worse, I 83. almost fell asleep in the exam. Anyway, I will never 84. stay up late again, as it doesn’t work for me in all. 85. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是李华, 下学期会有几个美国学生来你们学校学习。 校长想把他们安排在学生家 里居住,所以征寻愿意提供住所的家庭。你有意申请。请根据如下信息,向学校提交一份 120 词左右的申请书。 1. 住房宽敞、环境优美; 2. 自己英语很好,妈妈又是英语老师,交流上不会有困难; 3. 与美国的几名学生一直保持笔友关系,了解他们的生活习惯; 4. 周末或节假日可由爸爸开车陪同参观附近的风景名胜。 注意:开头和结尾已经给出,不计入总词数。 Dear Sir,

I would greatly appreciate it if I could have the chance to make friends with them. Yours sincerely, Li Hua 必修 1、2 综合测试题(二)听力原文、参考答案及重点解析 听力原文 Text 1 W: Come and have a look at my new dress. M: I’d like to, dear. But I’ve got a lot of work to do. Text 2 M: I need stamps to send eight postcards. How much are they? W: Eight cents each. Anything else? Text 3 M: I want to borrow the book Harry Potter. W: Ask Ann. She has almost everything. Text 4 W: Did you like the film? M: Not particularly. I was rather disappointed. I’ d expected it to be much more interesting. Text 5 W: There isn’ t enough beer to go around. M: I know you told me to get some more, but there were only three bottles left in the shop. Text 6 M: English is taught over the radio in Beijing, isn’t it? W: Yes. We have programs called E nglish by Radio every day. M: Very interesting. Is English the only foreign language taught over the radio? W: Oh, no. They teach Japanese, French and German, too. M: Is that so? Many people are learning foreign languages over the radio, I suppose. W: That’s right. Each program enjoys a fairly large audience. M: It seems that the Chinese people are very interested in learning foreign languages. W: So it seems. Text 7 W: Where were you and your wife last week? M: We were traveling in New Zealand. W: How did you go there? M: By air. W: What was the weather like there?M: Very cool. W: What do you think of that country?M: Very beautiful and clean and the people are very friendly. W: What about the food? M: It is very expensive but delicious. W: How much did you spend? M: Not too much. About one thousand dollars each. W: I hope to go there someday, too. Text 8 M: I’d like to book a few seats for Hamlet, please. W: Yes, sir. M: Have you got any seats downstairs? W: Yes, we have. M: How much are they? W: $ 3.75 each. M: Are there any seats for $2.50. W: Yes, there are — upstairs. How many? M: Four, please. W: For which night? M: What about Saturday, October 21st?

W: I can give you four seats in Row 8. M: How long will the performance last? W: Two and a half hours. M: Thank you. Text 9 M: Have you ever worked before, Ruth? W: No, I’ve never had a job before. M: How old are you? W: Twenty. M: Are you interested in a part-time job? W: Yes, I am. M: It’s very busy here in the evening. You have to work under pressure. W: That’s no problem. M: Do you think you can be here at four o’clock every afternoon? W: Ah, yes, I am always on time. M: The hours are four to eight, Monday through Friday. You’ll get 6 dollars an hour. Is it OK? W: That’s fine. M: Will you start tomorrow? W: Sure. Text 10 The United Nations Human Development Program has announced its yearly study on the quality of life of people around the world. Started in 1990, the UN report aims to measure the progress of the nations based on the lives of their citizens. 173 countries are on the list of the report this year. It is based on the length of time for which the citizens are expected to live, their educational level and the amount of money they earn. Norway is listed as the country providing the best quality of life for the second time. It is followed by Sweden, Canada, Belgium, Australia and the United States. The twenty-four countries at the bottom of the list are all in Africa. The report says many countries in East Asia have made progress since 1990, including China, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Malaysia. 参考答案 1-5 CACCB 6-10 ACCBA 11-15 BABAC 16-20 BCABA 听力填空题(选做)(18-20 One possible version) 18. their educational level 19. Twenty-four 20. 1990 21-25 DBAAB 26-30 CDADD 31-35 ABCAB 36-40 DBDCA 41-45 CABAD 46-50 BBACB 51-55 BDBAC 56-60 CACBC 61-65 DDCDA 66-70 BBDCD 71-75 DCDCB 短文改错 (One possible version) 76. is→are 77. bored→boring 78. like 后加 to 79. have→had 80. that→which 81.去掉 to 82. have 后加 been 83. alone→lonely 84. story→stories 85.√ 书面表达 (One possible version) Now many parents want to find tutors for their children. In a way, it’s useful to employ tutors because they can provide face-to-face teaching. One-to-one instruction is the most efficient way to learn, and it helps to build up students’ confidence and interest in their studies. However, not all families can afford to employ tutors. Meanwhile, tutoring takes up much of the students’ time. And some students may depend too much on their tutors when having problems. In fact, we should rely on our own efforts rather than tutors to improve our studies. Even if

we employ tutors, we have to devote ourselves to our studies if we desire to make much progress. 重点解析 28. A。此句为 prefer to do sth rather than do sth 的结构。30. D。根据 but 的语境可 知 Jim 最后在我们的劝说下没有离开乐队。talk sb into doing sth 和 persuade sb to do sth 都可 表示成功劝说某人去做某事。 promise 承诺; suggest sb doing sth 建议某人做某事。 33. C。 根据 please go away 的语境可知,说话者已经厌倦了被人跟着。43. B。由于 Neil Alden Armstrong 的父亲总是频繁地去往不同的地方查账,因此他们一家人不得不经常搬家。从 Finally, the Armstrongs moved back to ... 也可找到答案。47. B。since 放在句首可以表示 “因为,由于” 。因为他很聪明,一年级时就可以读懂五年级才能读懂的书,因此他跳级了。 49. C。根据上下文可知是把 Neil 与五年级的学生作比较,故选 C。58. C。根据 全文尤其是最后两段来看,可知作者是以一种很忧伤的笔调写这篇文章的。63. C。文 章主要围绕目前世界第一塔 Burj Dubai 而展开的,C 项既概括了要点,又一目了然,最适合 作本文的标题。68. D. 本文主要介绍一些好的度假方式。划线句子旨在说明第一段提 到的度假方式的缺陷,引出下文。75. B。通读全文可知本文是一篇为父母在儿女成长 过程中遇到问题时提供参考意见的文章,所以确定本文出现在教养子女的专栏上。


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