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第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 英语知识运用 第一节:单项填空 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处地最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. --- A rob ot dog provides you with unconditional love, gentleness and undemanding attention. --- _____ Does it do what every small dog is supposed to do? A. That’s reasonable advice. C. Do you think so? B. Isn’t it a good idea. D. I can’t agree more.

2. It's known to all that large quantities of TV and Radio programs in China were produced people’s concern over edible oil last year. A. to raise B. raising C. raised D. having raised

3. The world in two decades will little note, nor highlight ______ use a new invention can be of to human life nowadays. A. when B. what C. which D. that

4. A Christmas tree is ______ sign that can only be understood as far as ______ certain cultural understanding is concerned. A. the, / B. a, the C. a, a D. the, a

5. "I would never advise anyone to _______ a great opportunity, "she said, "but going to the right school for you is the most important thing." A. set about B. deal with C. take after D. turn down

6. --- Our trip to Xinjiang is like tasting a thick book of Xinjiang history and culture. --- Absolutely! I’ve never had A. a pleasant one before. C. a most pleasant D. the most pleasant

B. a more pleasant

7. The government was criticized to have ignored its own ______ to "localism" by approving the project. A. application B. commitment C. competition D. ambition

8. --- How I regret making the stupid mistake! --- Yes. I your doing it another way, but in vain. B. suggested C. would suggest D. had suggested

A. have suggested

9.Students are required to go out in couples, especially in the evenings, with friends ______ they

get into trouble. A. even if B. if only C. in case D. when

10. "As you need a day or two to ______ jetlag, you'll have a light schedule for today and tomorrow. "said my boss. A. go over B. get over C. turn over D. take over

11. I should apolo gize to you for failing to visit you last week, but I've been very busy_____ the past few months. A. since B. before C. among D. over

12. No matter ______ the CRH accident in Wenzhou, it had and will have much warning significance. A. how the investigators said caused C. why the investigators said caused 13. --- Have the police broken the case? ---Yes, five men, including a pair of twins, have admitted robbery at the store, but _______ murder. A. denied B. refused C. rejected D. declined B. what the investigators said caused D. the investigators said how caused

14. Most Chinese carmakers are years behind their western counterparts _______ quality, technology and service. A. in terms of B. in need of C. in favor of D. in praise of

15. As is known to all his friends, ______ would over discourage him because he would never give up his dream to be a director. A. something B. anything C. everything D. nothing

16. --- Are you going to see The Flowers of War by Zhang Yimou? --- _______It’s said to be too good a film to miss. A. No problem! C. Why me? B. That’s for sure. D. Why bother? your own living. D. earn

17. Get out of NEET group, Jack! You are supposed to A.win B. gain C. take

18. The accident happened at the crossroads but, fortunately, it has not done any ______ damage. A.practical B.avoidable C.permanent D.beneficial

19. Rock-climbing is a breathtaking activity, very popular nationwide among young people, ______ cooperation as well as courage plays an important role. A. who B. which C. where D. of which

20. ---I’m sorry!

I would have taken him to hospital if I had known he was seriously ill.

--- But ______ . A. you didn't B. you hadn't C. he wasn't D. you aren't

第二节:完形填空 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 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 最佳选项,并在答题纸上将选项标号涂黑。 Mom noticed that something was wrong when I started getting so thirsty. I'd have a lot to drink before bed, __21___ was unusual for me. __22___, I opened a big container of apple juice and kept refilling my glass. Before I knew it, I'd __23___ the entire container! My mom called my doctor. I then had a few blood tests, and the results were __24___ --- I had diabetis (糖尿病), which meant that the __25___ of sugar in my blood was very high. That can be __26___, so I had to learn how to control my blood-sugar level. My __27___ habits had to change in a big way. With diabetis, I can’t eat a lot of sugar or carbohydrates (碳水化合物) . I have to __28___ exactly how much sugar I plan to eat, and __29___ I get an injection of insulin (注射胰岛素) before the meal to help my body __30___ the food. Also, I __31___ my blood-sugar level often. I’m always trying to keep my blood sugar at a __32___. The level can __33___ when I exercise, but that doesn’t keep me out of gym class or __34___ the basketball court --- I just keep some juice boxes around to __35___ my blood sugar if I need to. It’s a lot of work --- and not a lot of fun --- to __36___ everything, __37___ I’ve gotten used to my new habits. I was a little __38___ at first because I wasn’t sure how my life would change. __39___ I knew what I needed to do, though, it wasn’t a big deal. My life is different now from what it was before, but it has become __40___ regular to me. 21. A. on which 22. A. At one time 23. A. drunk 24. A. settled 25. A. number 26. A. precious 27. A. drinking 28. A. find out 29. A. then 30. A. process B. it B. at all times B. refilled B. uncertain B. weight B. dangerous B. sleeping B. look into B. now B. access C. that C. First time C. spoilt C. certain C. amount C. previous C. eating C. take up C. sometime C. produce D. which D. One time D. controlled D. unsettled D. volume D. humorous D. relaxing D. figure out D. constantly D. reduce
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31. A. examine 32. A. balanced diet 33. A. drop 34. A. out 35. A. increase

B. keep B. healthy level B. expand B. within B. decrease

C. remain C. proper amount C. change C. off C. deal with C. keep in touch with C. or C. shocked C. Once C. generally

D. test D. safe state D. grow D. beyond D. mix with D. catch sight of D. if D. scared D. If D. roughly

36. A. keep away from B. keep track of 37. A. and 38. A. moved 39. A. Although 40. A. completely B. but B. excited B.As B. certainly

第二部分:阅读理解 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A A few years after I was born, my Dad met a stranger who was new to our small town. From the beginning, Dad was fascinated with this charming newcomer and soon invited him to live with our family. The stranger was quickly accepted and was around from then on. As I grew up, I never questioned his place in my family. In my young mind, he had a special position. My parents were complementary instructors: Mom taught me good from evil, and Dad taught me to obey. But the stranger, he was our storyteller. He would keep us continually spellbound for hours with adventures, mysteries and comedies. If I wanted to know anything about politics, history or science, he always knew the answers about the past, understood the present and even seemed able to predict the future! He took my family to the first major league ball game. He made me laugh, and he made me cry. The stranger never stopped talking, but Dad didn't seem to mind. Sometimes, Mom would get up quietly while the rest of us were shushing each other to listen to what he had to say, and she would go to the kitchen for peace and quiet. (I wonder now if she ever prayed for the stranger to leave.) Dad ruled our household with certain moral convictions, but the stranger never felt obligated to honor them. Profanity, for example, was not allowed in our home, not from us, our friends or any visitors. Our longtime visitor, however, got away with four-letter words that burned my ears and made my dad squirm and my mother blush.

My Dad didn't permit the liberal use of alcohol. But the stranger encouraged us to try it on a regular basis. He made cigarettes look cool, cigars manly and pipes distinguished. He talked freely (much too freely!) about sex. His comments were sometimes blatant 公然的, ( 露骨的) sometimes suggestive, and , generally embarrassing. I now know that my early concepts about relationships were influenced strongly by the stranger. Time after time, he opposed the values of my parents, yet he was seldom severely blamed and NEVER asked to leave. More than fifty years have passed since the stranger moved in with our family. He has blended right in and is not nearly as fascinating as he was at first. Still, if you could walk into my parents' room today, you would still find him sitting over in his corner, waiting for someone to listen to him talk and watch him draw his pictures. What is his name? We just call him"____." He has a younger sister now. We call her "_____”. 41. What do you think is the stranger’s name, and his sister’s name? A. Radio and TV B. TV and Computer C. Computer and TV D. Cellphone and TV

42. The underlined words in the fifth paragraph means ______. A. words made up of four letters C. impolite or filthy language B. idioms D. irresponsible language

43. What’s the writer’s parents’ attitude towards the stranger? A. Dad found him charming but Mom blamed him and wanted him to leave. B. Both Dad and Mom were kept spellbound because the stranger was a good storyteller. C. Dad permitted the stranger’s liberal use of alcohol but Mom couldn’t stand his talks about sex. D. Dad didn’t mind his continuous talking but Mom felt it a little noisy and would leave him to seek quietness. 44. Which of the following sentences is TRUE? A. The stranger, whose younger sister is actually influencing the world nearly in a different way, strongly influenced the writer’s early concepts about relationships. B. The writer’s parents were complementary instructors, which means they influenced their children in the same way. C. Profanity was not allowed in the writer’s home, but their family’s friends and visitors were allowed. D. The stranger drank a lot of alcohol and smoked a lot.

B It’s a nightmare for Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST): within a week, two

students committed suicide by jumping off dorm buildings. Officials from the university are reluctant(不情愿的) to give interviews. “We had a hard time calming down students who were shocked at the suicides,” said Zhang Jingyuan, head of HUST’s center for research and guidance for students’ development. “Media coverage(报导) may arouse some students’ negative emotions again. Suicide can be contagious(传染性的),” Zhang said. The university reacted promptly to the first suicide on October 23. Advisors and class leaders conducted dorm-to-dorm checks to find students suffering depression. Then psychologists offered one-on-one counseling to them. Notice boards publicizing tips for identifying peers’ mental problems and offering help were set up in front of dorm buildings. Leaflets(传单) carrying similar information were handed out to each dorm. However, the second suicide came seven days later. Both students were described as men of few words. Their schoolmates didn’t see anything to indicate suicide. Zhang revealed that the two students had been bothered by mental disorders. But the school didn’t know this until the students’ close friends outside school and their parents unveiled(揭露) the truth after the suicides. According to Zhang, there are only three full-time counselors (心理辅导专家)working in the university’s counseling center for its 60,000 students. He complained: “It’s unrealistic to rely only on counselors to detect students’ mental problems.” Some universities in the US may be able to offer solutions to Zhang’s worries. They have established programs to train students to be the bridge between troubled friends and counselors. At Worcester Polytechnic Institute, at Worcester, Massachusetts, US, young people in the Student Support Network role play to learn how to detect SOS signals from their schoolmates. They also practice how to gently persuade emotionally troubled students to go for professional help. To develop such empathy(同理心), many universities in China have organized campus events to popularize knowledge about mental health. But these are not that attractive to students. Ke Juanjuan, 24, is pursuing a master’s degree in English translation at HUST. Ke has found that few of her peers will pay attention to activities about mental health when they are not troubled by it. Rather than bombard students with the words “mental health”, Ke suggested the school organize lectures and workshops concerning study, job-hunting and relationships. She explained: “Students care about these topics. They tend to have problems in these areas and may thus get stuck in depression. “By helping students better deal with these problems, the school can effectively prevent

self-inflicted injury and suicide among students.” Effective prevention comes from long-term education for life instead of temporary intervention(干 预) to meet an emergency, said Hu Yi’an. Hu delivers a course of lectures on life and death at Guangzhou University. He worries that universities have paid little attention to education for life. “Education for life helps students respect and love life so they won’t resort(诉诸) to ending their lives when they have difficulties,” said Hu. According to Hu, the principles can be incorporated(结合) into everyday teaching. 45. In which column of a newspaper would you most probably read this passage? A. Forum B. Campus C. Advertisement D. Culture

46. Which one of the following is NOT one of the reasons why officials from the university are reluctant to give interviews? A. The university reacted promptly to the first suicide on October 23. B. They had a hard time calming down students who were shocked at the suicides. C. Media coverage may arouse some students' negative emotions again. D. Two suicides within a week is really a nightmare for the university. 47. The writer mentions Worcester Polytechnic Institute to______. A. encourage universities in China to organize campus events to popularize knowledge about mental health. B. show their students are good at persuading emotionally troubled peers to go for professional help. C. give an example of the universities in the US that have established programs to train students to be the bridge between troubled friends and counselors. D. show that Zhang's complaint is wrong. 48. Which one of the following sentences is NOT true? A. According to Ke Juanjuan, students tend to have problems in study, job-hunting and Relations. B. Effective prevention comes from temporary intervention to meet an emergency. C. According to Hu Yi'an, education for life helps students respect and love life so they won't commit suicide when they have difficulties. D. According to Hu, education for life can be incorporated into everyday teaching. 49. What is most likely to be talked about in the paragraph following the passage? A. The function of education for life. B. The ways of education for life.
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C. The importance of education for life. D. How to incorporate education for life into everyday teaching.

C Prince Henry's Grammar School, Otley

Prince Henry's Grammar School (Specialist Language College), also known as Prince Henry's, is a secondary school established in 1607 in the historic market town of Otley, West Yorkshire, England. The school teaches boys and girls between the ages of 11 and 18 and has around 1,700 pupils and 84 teachers and retains a high position within regional league tables. Leading departments include Art, English, History and Science. Despite the name, Prince Henry's is now a state comprehensive school rather than a grammar school. Prince Henry's was founded under Royal Charter from King James I in 1607 and is named after his son Henry Frederick Stuart, Prince of Wales. As the Charter stipulates(规定) the name of the school to

be Prince Henry's Grammar School, this name was perforce(必然) retained despite it becoming an anachronism(落伍的事物) when the school became a comprehensive. The school celebrated its 400th birthday in 2007. The school's frontispiece 主体建筑) is an Edwardian school house complete with clock tower. The ( school facilities include a new science block added in May 2008. Prince Henry's also has sporting facilities that include a swimming pool, tennis courts and the meadow playing fields, all of which uphold PHGS's tradition within the area for developing young talent through curricular and extra curricular activities. The school has also recently completed the integration of a sixth form rugby academy in 2007. On 10 July 2008 HRH Duke of Kent visited the school to officially open the new science building. As well as unveiling(揭幕) a plaque to commemorate the opening, His Royal Highness spoke to students in Prince Henry's science, physical education and modern languages lessons. The building has been named after Walter Hargreaves Hindle, a former Otley resident who bequeathed a large sum of money to the school for the advancement of the study of science. 50. Prince Henry’s Grammar School is a ________ sc hool. A. boys’ B. girls’ C. mixed D adults’

51. Which one of the following sentences is NOT true? A. Prince Henry’s Grammar School is always a grammar school. B. Prince Henry’s Grammar School is a state comprehensive school now. C. Prince Henry’s Grammar School is a secondary school. D. The school teaches boys and girls between the ages of 11 and 18. 52. Why is it still called Prince Henry’s Grammar School? Because _______ . A. the charter has been followed. B. it was Henry Frederick Stuart’s son who founded the school. C. Henry Frederick Stuart, Prince of Wales, once retained the name of this school. D. Henry Frederick Stuart’s father was the first headteacher of this school. 53. Which field does the school specialize in? A. Science B. Physical Education C. Grammar D. Language

54. What can we infer from the passage? A. Walter Hargreaves Hindle is a scientist. B. English people don’t like to rename the school. C. Prince Henry’s has a history of more than 400 years. D. Walter Hargreaves Hindle does not live in Otyley now.

D I was doing a weekend seminar at the Deerhurst Lodge, north of Toronto. On Friday night a tornado swept through a town north of us called Barrie, killing dozens of people and doing millions of dollars worth of damage. Sunday night, as I was coming home, I stopped the car when I got to Barrie. I got out on the si de of the highway and looked around. It was a mess. Everywhere I looked there were smashed houses and cars turned upside down. That same night Bob Templeton was driving down the same highway. He stopped to look at the disaster just as I had; only his thoughts were different than my own. Bob was the vice-president of Telemedia Communications, which owns a string of radio stations in Ontario and Quebec. He thought there must be something we could do for these people with the radio stations they had. The following night I was doing another seminar in Toronto. Bob Templeton and Bob Johnson, another vice- president from Telemedia, came in and stood in the back of the room. They shared their conviction(信念) that there had to be something they could do for the people in Barrie. After the seminar we went back to Bob's office. He was now committed to the idea of helping the people who had been caught in the tornado. The following Friday he called all the executives at Telemedia into his office. At the top of a flip chart (海报) he wrote three 3s. He said to his executives, "How would you like to raise 3 million dollars 3 days from now in just 3 hours and give the money to the people in Barrie?" There was nothing but silence in the room. Finally someone said, "Templeton, you're crazy. There is no way we could do that." Bob said, "Wait a minute. I didn't ask you if we could or even if we should. I just asked you if you'd like to." They all said, "Sure we'd like to." He then drew a large ‘T’ underneath the 333. On one side he wrote, "Why we can't." On the other side he wrote, "How we can." "I'm going to put a big X on the 'Why we can't' side. We're not going to spend any time on the ideas of why we can't. That's of no value. On the other side we're going to write down every idea that we can come up with on how we can. We're not going to leave the room until we figure it out." There was silence again. Finally, someone said, "We could do a radio show across Canada." Bob said, "That's a great idea," and wrote it down. Before he had it written, someone said, "You can't do a radio show across Canada. We don't have radio stations across Canada." That was a pretty valid objection. They only had stations in Ontario and Quebec. Templeton replied, "That's why we can. That stays." But this was a real strong objection because

radio stations are not very compatible(和谐相处的). They usually don't work together. They are very cutthroat. They fight each other. To get them to work together would be virtually impossible according to the standard way of thinking. All of a sudden someone said, "We could get Harvey Kirk and Lloyd Robertson, the biggest names in Canadian broadcasting, to anchor(主持) the show." (That would be like getting Tom Brokaw and Sam Donaldson to anchor the show. They are anchors on national TV. They are not going to go on radio.) At that point, it was absolutely amazing how fast and furious the creative ideas began to flow. That was on a Friday. The following Tuesday they had a radiothon(广播募捐). They had fifty radio stations all across the country that agreed to broadcast it. It didn't matter who got the credit as long as the people in Barrie got the money. Harvey Kirk and Lloyd Robertson anchored the show and they succeeded in raising three million dollars in three hours within three business days! You see, you can do anything if you put your focus on how to do it rather than on why you can't. 55. The first paragraph is written to______. A. arouse the readers’ curiosity about the tornado. B. tell the readers why the writer got out on the side of the highway and looked around. C. introduce the background of the story. D. introduce the cause of the story. 56. Why did Bob Templeton called all the executives at Telemedia into his office the following Friday? Because he wanted ______ . A. them to help him decide whether they should raise money for the people in Barrie B. them to help him think of ways to raise money for the people in Barrie C. them to discuss how to do a radio show across Canada D. to share his conviction that there had to be something they could do for the people in Barrie 57. Which of the following does NOT result in the fact that they could not do a radio show across Canada? A. Telemedia only had stations in Ontario and Quebec. B. Radio stations are very compatible. C. It is virtually impossible to get the radio stations to work together. D. Radio stations are very cutthroat, and they fight each other. 58. What do the underlined sentences mean in the passage? A. That’s the reason why we can do a radio show across Canada, so it remains. B. That is a real strong objection. C. The idea of doing a radio show across Canada belongs to the side of “how we can”, so it should

stay. D. The idea shows why we can help the people in Barrie. 59. That Tom Brokaw and Sam Donaldson are mentioned in the passage is because ______ . A. they are anchors on national TV. B. they are not going to go on radio. C. they are biggest names in Canadian broadcasting. D. they are to national TV as Harvey Kirk and Llod Robertson are to Canadian broadcasting. 60. We can conclude from the passage that Bob Templeton is______. A. compassionate and determined C. independent and strong-willed B. stubborn and simple-minded D. passionate and stubborn

第二节:下面文章中有 5 处(第 61~65 题)需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、 E 和 F)中选出符合各段意思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多 余选项。 A. Early to Bed, Early to Rise B. Read Challenging Books C. Exercise D. Relax yourself E. Minimize Television Watching F. Take Time to Reflect Five Simple Ways to Increase Your Intelligence Your brain needs exercise just like a muscle. If you use it often and in the right ways, you will become a more skilled thinker and increase your ability to focus. Here are 5 simple ways anyone can squeeze a bit more productivity out of the old gray matter. 61._______– This is a hard sell. People love vegetating in front of the television, myself included more often than I’d like. The problem is watching television doesn’t use your mental capacity OR allow it to recharge. It’s like having the energy sapped out of a muscle without the health benefits of exercise. When you feel like relaxing, try reading a book instead. If you’re too tired, listen to some music. When you’re with your friends or family, leave the tube off and have a conversation. All of these things use your mind more than television and allow you to relax. 62.________ – I used to think that I’d learn more by not exercising and using the time to read a book instead. But I realized that time spent exercising always leads to greater learning b ecause it improves productivity during the time afterwards. Using your body clears your head and creates a wave of energy.

Afterwards, you feel invigorated and can concentrate more easily. 63.________– Many people like to read popular suspense fiction, but generally these books aren’t mentally stimulating. If you want to improve your thinking and writing ability you should read books that make you focus. Reading a classic novel can change your view of the world and will make you think in more precise, elegant English. Don’t be afraid to look up a word if you don’t know it, and don’t be afraid of dense passages. Take your time, re-read when necessary, and you’ll soon grow accustomed to the author’s style. 64.________– Nothing makes it harder to concentrate than sleep deprivation. You’ll be most rejuvenated if you go to bed early and don’t sleep more than 8 hours. If you stay up late and compensate by sleeping late, you’ll wake up lethargic(无精打采) and have trouble focusing. In my experience the early morning hours are the most tranquil and productive. Waking up early gives you more productive hours and maximizes your mental acuity(敏锐) all day. If you have the opportunity, take 10-20 minute naps when you are hit with a wave of drowsiness. Anything longer will make you lethargic, but a short nap will refresh you. 65.________ – Often our lives get so hectic that we become overwhelmed without even realizing it. It becomes difficult to concentrate because nagging thoughts keep interrupting. Spending some time alone in reflection gives you a chance to organize your thoughts and prioritize your responsibilities. Afterwards, you’ll have a better understanding of what’s important and what isn’t. The unimportant stuff won’t bother you anymore and your mind will feel less encumbered. Conclusion – I hope you aren’t disappointed that none of the techniques I’ve proposed are revolutionary. But simple, unexciting answers are often the most valid. The challenge is having the will to adhere to them. If you succeed in following these 5 tips, you’ll be rewarded with increased mental acuity and retention of knowledge.

非选择题部分( 非选择题部分(共 40 分) 注意事项:用黑色字迹的签字笔或钢笔将答案写在答题纸上,不能答在试卷上。 第三部分:写作 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。

2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 除起)不计分。 One day, there was a blind man sat on the steps of a building with a sign by his feet that

read: "I am blind, please help." The kind and creative artist was walking by the blind man and

stopped to observing that the man only had a few coins in his hat. He put a few of his own coins in

the hat, and with stopping to ask for permission, took the sign, turned it around, and wrote a new

message. He had then placed the sign by the feet of the blind man, and left. Late that afternoon

the artist returned by the blind man and noticed that his hat was almost complete full of bills and

coins. The blind man recognized his footstep and asked if it was her who had changed his sign.

He also wanted to know why the man wrote on it. The blind man didn't know that his new sign

read as this: "It's spring now, but I can't see it."

第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 按照有关协议,美国 Lexinton High School 的师生代表团即将访问你校。你,李华,被指派为 学校代表向来宾介绍学校和学生的有关情况。请你根据以下要点写一篇 100—120 词的发言稿。 1、你校占地 80 亩,现代化教学设施齐全,36 个班级,师生共约 2000 人; 2、学校有 20 多个社团,开设 30 多门选修课; 3、你个人参加社团活动所体会到的益处。 参考词汇:选修课 elective

浙江省 2012 年四校联考 高三英语答案

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