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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 湖北省部分重点中学2016-2017学年度上学期高二期中考试 英语试卷 命题人:洪山高中 高红 审题人:武汉中学 李季 第Ⅰ卷 注意事项: 1. 答第I 卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2. 选出每小题答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上所对应题目的答案标号框涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号框。不能答在本试卷上,否则无效。 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。 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. What does the man like about the play? A. The ending. B. The actor. C. The story. 2. Which place are the speakers trying to find? A. A bank. B. A restaurant. C. A hotel. 3. At what time will the two speakers meet? A. 5:10. B. 5:20. C. 4:40. 4. What will the man do? A. Change the plan. B. Sort things out. C. Wait for a phone call. 5. What does the woman want to do? A. Listen to some great music. B. See a film with the man. C. Offer the man some help. 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7题。 6. Where is Ben? A. In the park. B. At school. C. In the kitchen. 7. What will the children do in the afternoon? A. Help set the table. B. Have a party. C. Do their homework. 听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。 8. What are the two speakers talking about? A. A travel plan. B. A business trip. C. A Family holiday. 9. Where did Rachel go? A. China. B. Italy. C. Spain. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. How did the woman get to know about third-hand smoke? A. From young smokers. B. From a newspaper article. C. From some smoking parents. 11. Why does the man say that he should keep away from babies? A. He is a smoker. B. He wears dirty clothes. C. He has just become a father. 12. What does the woman suggest smoking parents should do? A. Reduce dangerous matter in cigarettes. B. Smoke only outside their houses. C. Stop smoking altogether. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. Where does Michelle Ray come from? A. A small town. B. A middle-sized city. C. A big city. 14. Which place would Michelle Ray take her visitors to for shopping? A. The Highlands. B. The Zen Garden. C. The Red River area. 15. What does Michelle Ray do for complete quiet? A. Go camping. B. Read at home. C. Study in a library. 16. What are the speakers talking about in general? A. Late-night shopping. B. Asian food. C. Louisville. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. Why do some people say they never have dreams according to Dr Garfield? A. They have no bad experiences. B. They forget about their dreams. C. They don't want to tell the truth. 18. Why did Davis stop having dreams? A. He got a serious heart attack. B. He was frightened by a terrible dream. C. He was too sad about his brother's death. 19. What is Dr Garfield’s opinion about dreaming? A. It is very useful. B. It makes things worse. C. It prevents the mind from working. 20. Why do some people turn off their dreams completely? A. To recover from illnesses. B. To think of sad experiences. C. To stay away from their problems. 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分) (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A I was born in the city of York, in England, in 1632. My father was a man of some wealth, able to give me a good home and send me to school. It was his wish that I should be a lawyer but my head began to be filled very early with thoughts of travel, and I would be satisfied with nothing but going to sea. One day, being at Hull, I met one of my friends who was about to sail for London in his father’s ship, and he invited me to go with him. Without telling my father, I went on board. On the way to London, our ship was destroyed by a storm, and we almost lost our lives. I went on foot to London, where I met with the master of a large ship which did business with countries on the coast of Africa. He offered me a chance to go with him, which I gladly accepted. A great storm came up, and the ship was tossed (颠簸) about for many days, until we did not know where we were. Suddenly we hit a bank of sand, and the sea broke over the ship in such a way that we could not hope to have her hold many moments without breaking into pieces. So we used a boat instead. After we had been driven four or five miles, a mountainous wave hit us so hard that it overturned the boat at once. I swam well but the waves were so strong that I was pushed against a rock with such force, and left unconscious. But I recovered a little before the waves returned, and, running forward, got to the mainland safely. I never regretted my decisions. 21. What did the author want to do most when he was young? A. To visit Africa. B. To practice law. C. To sail the seas. D. To move to London. 22. In the last paragraph, the author mainly shows ___________. A. what he went through at sea B. what he did on the ship C. how he became a man of wealth D. how he got to know a ship owner 23. What can we learn about the author? A. He could not swim at all. B. He made his father very proud. C. He did business with African countries. D. He was not afraid of taking risks. B Is it your dream to fly and to work in space? Do you want to be a NASA astronaut? Like many jobs, the first thing would be to fill out the application. A record-breaking 18,300 people filled out applications recently when NASA announced it was filling its 2017 Astronaut Candidate program, but out those 18,300 applicants, just 8 to 14 will be hired by the U.S. space agency. It will take NASA 18 months to decide who will be in the new class of astronauts. NASA will review all of the files, which will later go to its current team of astronauts, to make sure they meet the basic qualifications. The first requirement is that the applicants must be U.S. citizens. They need a college degree in engineering, biological science, physical science, computer science, or mathematics. They also need at least three years of experience in a similar field or at least 1,000 hours as a jet airline pilot. There are requirements to pass a physical test. And then there are personality tests as well. What kinds of personality qualities is NASA looking for in an astronaut? NASA’s Selection Manager Anne Romer said, “I think it is leadership, teamwork, the ability to not only work on a team, lead a team, but also follow, be a follower on a team that matters. Communication certainly plays a role so it’s some pretty common skills that I think translate into even other professions.” About 120 applicants will be invited to the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, for a first round of interviews, about half of whom will go back for a second round. Once selected, they must complete two years of training in everything about spaceflight---things like learning about all the systems used by NASA, walking in space and Russian language training. Until the U.S. has a working vehicle to launch into space, NASA still depends on Russia to get astronauts into space. 24. What is the percentage of employment among the applicants? A. About half of them. B. About 8 to 14. C. About 120. D. Less than 0.08 percent. 25. Which do you think is the most important personality quality according to NASA’s Selection Manager? A. Devotion. B. Communication. C. Team spirit. D. Perseverance. 26. Which is NOT the basic requirement the applicants have to meet? A. Related experience. B. Speaking Russian fluently. C. A college degree in required areas. D. Passing physical and personality tests. 27. What may be the best title for this text? A. NASA Astronaut Candidate Program B. NASA Welcomes its Most Applicants ever C. What It Takes to Be a NASA Astronaut D. What an Astronaut should Train in C One thing the tour books don’t tell you about London is that 2,000 of its residents are foxes. They ran away from the city about centuries ago after developers and pollution moved in. But now that the environment is cleaner, the foxes have come home. “The number and variety of wild animals in urban areas is increasing,” says Corner Jones. A survey of the wildlife in New York’s Central Park last year counted 14 kinds of animals. A similar survey carried out in the 1890’s counted only five kinds. Several changes have brought wild animals to the cities. First, the air and water quality in many cities have improved as a result of the 1970s pollution-control efforts. Meanwhile, rural areas have been built up, and many animals have gone to the area outside the centre of a city. In addition, urban wildlife refuges (避难处) have been created. The Greater London Council last year spent $ 750, 000 buying land and building 10 permanent wildlife refuges in the city. As a result, many birds are now living in the city. By 1970 the birds had died out east of the Mississippi because the DDT had made their eggs too thin to support life. That year, scientist Tom Cade of Cornell University began raising the birds for release in cities, for cities offered enough food. Cities can attract wild animals without turning them harmful. The key is to create habitats where they are able to live happily. Such habitats can even be useful. In San Francisco, the local government is testing different kinds of rainwater control basins to see not only which ones keep the cleanest water but which will attract the most birds. 28. The first paragraph suggests that ________. A. London is a city of fox B. the environment is important for wildlife C. foxes are highly adaptable to the environment D. tour books are not always a reliable source of information 29. It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A. Londoners are happy to see wild animals return to their city B. Londoners are putting more and more wild animals into their zoos C. Londoners are trying to move wild animals back to the countryside D. Londoners have welcomed the wild birds, but found foxes a problem 30. Which of the following is NOT a reason why wildlife is returning to the cities? A. There is plenty of food for wildlife in the city. B. Air and water quality has improved in the cities. C. Wildlife enjoys being watched and fed in the cities. D. More and more special living areas have been built for the wildlife. 31. What is the passage mainly about? A. Wild animals living in zoos. B. 2,000 foxes returning to London. C. A survey of wildlife in New York. D. Wildlife returning to some larger cities. D Something I enjoy doing most in my leisure time is going to the cinema to watch a great film. It’s two hours of relaxation and escapism from real life. But when I get relaxed in my seat to enjoy the film and popcorn, I’m often irritated by seeing someone next to me texting on their mobile phone or worse still, talking to someone. It’s no surprise that a proposal by a US cinema chain to let people use their phones during some film screenings was met with such anger, that the company had to take back the idea. People said it was ‘the worst idea ever’! Surely, going to watch the latest film is just that – watching not multi-screening. I am certainly distracted by the click-click on someone’s mobile keyboard as they text and the light of the bright small phone screen – why aren’t they concentrating on the big screen?! However, it is convenient to watch streaming films and cheap DVDs at home. Cinemas are struggling to keep their customers. Some places now offer comfortable seats with snacks and drinks, so maybe trying to attract a younger audience by allowing the use of mobile phones is the way forward? A survey in 2012 found that a majority of 18-to-34-year-olds believed using social media while watching a movie would add to their experience. However, not every young person wants to multi-task at the movies. Many of us still get annoyed by the theatre staff who appear not to do anything about it. Of course, we could ask people to turn their phones off. But as Adam Aron, head of AMC Entertainment, said in Variety magazine, “when you tell a 22-year-old to turn off the phone, don’t ruin the movie, they hear ‘please cut off your left arm above the elbow’.” Clearly this is not what I would like to see but if you want to use your mobile phone in the cinema that I’m at, please don’t sit next to me! What do you think is the right thing to do? 32. The underline word “irritated” in Paragraph 1 means _________. A. annoyed B. terrified C. depressed D. embarrassed 33. Which of the following is True of the US cinema chain’s original advice? A. The advice was carried out smoothly. B. They forbade people to use the phone. C. They permitted people to use the phone. D. The advice was very popular with people. 34. What can we infer from Paragraph 3? A. People prefer to watch films and DVD at home. B. Young people use their social media frequently. C. The cinema needn’t worry about their customers. D. Sending messages is the best experience for young people. 35. What is the author’s attitude towards multi-task at the movies? A. Sympathy. B. Enthusiasm. C. Disapproval. D. Encouragement. 第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多于选项。 The Effects of Stress There is a famous expression in English: “Stop the world, I want to get off!” This expression refers to a feeling of panic, or stress, that makes a person want to stop whatever they are doing, try to relax, and become calm again. 36 It is one of the most common causes of health problems in modern life. Too much stress results in physical, emotional, and mental health problems. There are a number of physical effects of stress. 37 It can increase the pulse rate, make the heart miss beats, and can cause high blood pressure. Stress can affect the respiratory system. It can lead to asthma. It can cause a person to breathe too fast, resulting in a loss of important carbon dioxide. Stress can affect the stomach. 38 These are only a few examples of the wide range of illnesses and symptoms resulting from stress. Emotions are also easily affected by stress. People suffering from stress often feel anxious. They may have panic attacks. They may feel tired all the time. When people are under stress, they often overreact to little problems. For example, a normally gentle parent under a lot of stress at work may yell at a child for dropping a glass of juice. 39 Long-term stress can lead to a variety of serious mental illnesses. Depression, an extreme feeling of sadness and hopelessness, can be the result of continued and increasing stress. Alcoholism and other addictions often develop as a result of overuse of alcohol or drugs to try to relieve stress. If stress is allowed to continue, then one's mental health is put at risk. 40 A. Stress can affect the heart. B. “Stress” means pressure or tension. C. So stop the world and rest for a while. D. Stress can make people angry, moody or nervous. E. It is obvious that stress can cause physical problems. F. It can cause stomach aches and problems digesting food. G. Eating disorders are sometimes caused by stress and are often made worse by stress. 第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) :完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和D)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。 I have a place around the front fence of my house that is filled with roses and other flowers. On the fence there is a 41 I hand-made saying, “My roses are 42 . I grow them to 43 and to share as gifts, but the 44 way to get one is to ask first.” I often 45 folks smell my roses and 46 the sight of them, and then I’ll ask, “Would you like one?” I’ve made a lot of new friends in this _ 47 . Over the years, I’ve had many opportunities to know 48 who have either asked for and been given, or 49 the sign and taken my roses. Years 50 , I noticed three teenage girls 51 taking my roses as they passed to and from school. Then one afternoon, they 52 the roses once more and broke some off. I approached them for 53 before they ran away. I explained how they were 54 my roses by breaking them off and that they were stealing them 55 all they had to do was ask for them. These three girls asked for roses for a couple of years till they 56 . Many 57 have been given and received in the course of these 58 over more than 30 years of living here. Then, one winter evening years later, I stepped into a store to 59 a rose for my lover. The eyes of the young clerk went wide at the 60 of me and she wouldn’t accept my money for the rose. Guess who? One of those three girls! 41. A. sign B. signal C. mark D. symbol 42. A. strong B. valuable C. useful D. pretty 43. A. own B. admire C. exchange D. treat 44. A. right B. attractive C. instant D. major 45. A. hear B. make C. notice D. feel 46. A. break B. keep C. ignore D. enjoy 47. A. hope B. turn C. way D. field 48. A. relatives B. girls C. gardeners D. folks 49. A. searched for B. taken no notice of C. keep away from D. watched out for 50. A. up B. down C. back D. about 51. A. curiously B. repeatedly C. obviously D. greedily 52. A. ran after B. stared at C. lived up to D. came up to 53. A. a talk B. a quarrel C. motivation D. consideration 54. A. balancing B. hurting C. harvesting D. combining 55. A. if B. since C. though D. as 56. A. failed B. responded C. apologized D. graduated 57. A. lessons B. flowers C. gifts D. goods 58. A. traditions B. introductions C. communications D. expressions 59. A. cut B. buy C. collect D. pick 60. A. recognition B. knowledge C. news D. thought 第Ⅱ卷 注意:将答案写在答题卡上。写在本卷上无效。 第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。Newton made important contributions to every area of scientific and mathematical concept to his generation. Born in 61 rural English village on Christmas Day, 1642, he was so small that no one thought he would survive. During his childhood he spent much of his time inventing and building toys. And did not do particularly 62 (good) at school. So his mother, who was 63 (will) to pay for his education, brought him home to look after the sheep. However, he was always so busy 64 (build) small devices that the sheep would often escape. Eventually his uncle persuaded his mother 65 (send) him to Cambridge University, 66 he became so absorbed in his studies that he often forgot to eat or sleep. When Cambridge was closed for two years due to the plague(瘟疫), Newton went home to work on his studies. He 67 _(bury) himself in mathematics and began developing a mathematical theory that would later become calculus(微积分). It is a popular belief 68 on one occasion he was sitting under an apple tree 69 an apple fell on his head, which helped him to understand the laws of gravity. It is now thought that perhaps he invented this story in later field to explain how he drew his 70 (inspire) from everyday events. 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分) :短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号( ^ ),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除;把多余的词 用斜线( \ )划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 Dear Linda, How’s it going? I’d like to telling you about my trip to the beach with my family last weekend. We set off at six in the morning, hoped to enjoy the sunrise. When we arrive, there were already many people there. The beautiful sunrise impressed us very much. After that, we joined in those who were picking up shells. The most excited thing was swimming in the sea. We enjoyed the waves, that always carried us back to the beach. After having some delicious seafood, we bought souvenir for our friends. However, we took many beautiful pictures. It was five o’clock in the afternoon that we started to return by boat. It was such wonderful day that we had great fun. How was your weekend? Please write to tell me. Yours, Li Hua 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 你经常与父母交流吗?调查显示大部分中学生与父母交流正常,但也有少数中学生不能与父母进行有效沟通。某英文杂志就此问题向中学生征稿。请你根据以下要求写一篇100词左右的英文稿件: 1. 简述调查的结果; 2. 阐述与父母交流的重要性; 3. 说说你已有的做法或接下来的打算。 注意:短文的开头已给出(不计词数)。 A recent survey shows ________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 湖北省部分重点中学2016-2017学年度上学期高二期中考试 英语试题答案 第一部分 听力(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分) 1-5 BCACB 6-10 ABCAB 11-15 ACBAB 16-20 CBCAC 第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每小题2分,满分40分) 第一节 A篇:21-23 CAD B篇:24-27 DCBC C篇:28-31 BACD D篇:32-35 ACBC 第二节 36-40 BAFDC 第三部分:英语知识运用(共30小题,每小题1.5分,满分45分) 第一节 完形填空 41—45 ADBAC 46—50 DCDBC 51—55 BDABC 56—60 DACBA 第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 61. a 62. well 63. unwilling 64. building 65. to send 66. where 67. buried 68. that 69. when 70. inspiration 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分) 第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) Dear Linda, How’s it going? I’d like to telling you about my trip to the beach with my family tell last weekend. We set off at six in the morning, hoped to enjoy the sunrise. When we arrive, there hoping arrived were already many people there. The beautiful sunrise impressed us very much. After that, we joined in those who were picking up shells. The most excited thing was exciting swimming in the sea. We enjoyed the waves, that always carried us back to the beach. which After having some delicious seafood, we bought souvenir for our friends. However, we souvenirs Besides took many beautiful pictures. It was five o’clock in the afternoon that we started to when(或者was ^ five) return by boat. It was such ^ wonderful day that we had great fun. at a How was your weekend? Please write to tell me. 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) One Possible Version: A recent survey shows most students often communicate with their parents, but there are still some who think it embarrassing to share their ideas with them. Actually everyone should attach importance to family communication. It can strengthen the bond of the whole family and bridge the gap between children and parents. Besides, sharing your personal problems and emotions will greatly help reduce the pressure on you and build up your confidence. As for my family, we have a special dinner together every Saturday evening, over which everyone present takes turns to share one problem while the others try to suggest solutions. In this way the whole family can enjoy every single bit of life. I think my family will stick to the tradition forever. 附:听力原文 (Text 1) W: Jack, how do you like the play? M: It’s a simple story with a happy ending. But unluckily, they had a very strong actor and he managed to carry the whole play. (Text 2) M: Have we missed it? The man said it’s only five blocks away, opposite the bank. W: Wait a minute. The Chinese restaurant, the National Bank… there it is, the Rederson Hotel. (Text 3) M: Let’s meet at twenty to five. W: Well, could we make it twenty past five? M: That’s a bit late for me. I could manage ten past. W: OK. See you then. (Text 4) M: What time are we leaving for the outing? W: I’ll phone you tomorrow. I should have everything sorted out by then. (Text 5) W: Thanks for all you’ve done for me. Hey, listen. Would you like to go to see a film sometime? M: Yeah, that’d be great. I’d love it. (Text 6) W: Hey, where is everybody? M: They took Ben to the park. Where have you been? W: Sorry, I’m late. I picked up the cake and it took me longer than I expected. When will the party start? M: Ben invited eight children from school and they’ll arrive at about two in the afternoon. W: OK, then. I’ll put the candles on the cake and leave it in the kitchen. And then I’ll come and help set the table. (Text 7) M: So, Maisie, how was your holiday? W: Oh, we loved it. Tom liked Germany best but France was my favorite. M: So did Rachel finally go with you? W: No, she wasn’t able to. She was called away for a business trip to China. M: That’s a pity. So where exactly did you go and visit? W: Well, we traveled all over, Italy, Spain and Holland. We even bathed in a Swiss lake. M: You did? Really? (Text 8) W: Bob, I’m sure you know about second-hand smoke. M: Of course, I do. W: But have you heard about third-hand smoke? M: Third-hand smoke? I’m afraid not. What is it then? W: Well, it’s here in today’s paper: Parents may think they’re protecting children from second-hand smoke when they smoke outside their home or only when the children are not there. But now researchers are warning about what they call third-hand smoke. When you smoke, dangerous matter from cigarettes gets into your hair and clothing. As babies are the weakest, when you come to a baby, you pass it to the baby and increase the chances of disease in the baby. M: Is that so? In that case, I have to say that I should never get close to a baby. W: That’s right. Actually all smoking parents should do the same, or better give it up completely. (Text 9) M: Hello, welcome to our program, Today’s City. I’m Larry. We’re going to Louisville, Kentucky, where our guest Michelle Ray comes from. She is proud of her middle-sized city with a small town feel and big city dreams. Now Michelle, tell us about your city. W: Thank you, Larry. Here’s my city. Louisville is my city. The first place I take a visitor from out of town is to the Highlands for shopping and nightlife. When I have delicious Asian food, I always go to the Zen Garden which provides wonderful all-vegetable dishes. M: Wow, that’s interesting. Many people go for healthy food now. W: You can say that again. If I want to go camping and fishing, I go to the Red River area. For complete quiet, I can hide away in my house with a good book from one of our public libraries. M: That all sounds very exciting. I’m sure some of our listeners will include Louisville in their travel plan for their next holiday. Thank you, Michelle .(Text 10) M: We’re glad to have Dr Garfield to talk to us today about dreams. Let me start by asking the first question: Does everyone dream? W: It appears that everyone does. Mostly when people say that they never dream, what they really mean is that they don’t remember their dreams or they don’t think their dreams are important. The reason behind is that they might have been made fun of as a child when they first reported their dreams or it was so frightening that they just turned off dreaming completely. The other day someone named Davis came to me and said that he used to be a great dreamer, but suddenly he stopped having dreams. I asked him what had happened. It turned out that his brother died of a heart attack and he never expected that such a terrible thing would happen to a young person. Generally, when there was some frightening event and a dream about it was too terrible, people prefer not to dream about it. Actually the worst thing you can do is stop dreaming because it means that the bad experience was too painful to even appear in dreams. As long as you’re dreaming about it, and even if the dreams are frightening, your mind is working on it. My personal opinion about what dreams do is that they help us deal with our problems. We see certain patterns take place in dreams, when a person is hurt deep inside, when a person is seriously ill, or when a person has been really sad. If people turn off their dreams totally, it means they don’t allow themselves to even think about it. 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·17· 
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