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2019 秋季学期高一年级期中考试

英语试题

考试时间:120 分钟 满分:150 分

第I卷

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 will the man do next?

A. Drive to school. B. Repair the door. C. Post the letter.

2. Why will the man go to the station on Friday?

A. To see his friend off. B. To go on holiday.

C. To give his friend a gift.

3. What is Mike?

A. A teacher.

B. A writer.

C. A student.

4. At what time can the man see the headmaster?

A. 9:30.

B. 12:40.

C. 11:45.

5. Where is Mr. Dan at the moment?

A. At Business Center.

B. In his office.

C. At home.

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,从每题所给的 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. When will the man and his wife leave for Beijing?

A. On Wednesday.

B. On Sunday.

C. On Friday.

7. How will they go to the airport?

A. By bus.

B. By car.

C. By taxi.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。

8. Where does the conversation most probably take place?

A. In a store.

B. At a stadium.

C. On a playground.

9. How much will the man pay for the badminton rackets?

A. 250 yuan.

B. 500 Yuan.

C. 540 yuan.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。

10. What does the man do?

A. A shop assistant. B. A driver.

C. A policeman.

11. What hasn’t the woman got in her purse?

A. Her driver’s license.

B. Her ID card. C. Some money.

12. When did the woman find her purse missing?

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A. When she was at the department store. B. When she was in the coffee shop. C. When she was on her way home.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。

13. How does the woman feel at first?

A. Angry.

B. Astonished.

C. Puzzled.

14. What was the man supposed to do?

A. Pick up the woman.

B. Attend the party.

party.

15. What happened to the old lady?

A. She was robbed of her handbag.

B. She was knocked down.

C. She was taken to the police station.

16. Why didn’t the man give the woman a call?

A. He was so busy that he forgot it.

B. His mobile phone was broken.

C. His mobile phone got lost.

听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。

17. Why did the man want to leave college after the second term?

A. He was not interested in education.

B. He couldn’t afford further education.

C. He didn’t like the big lecture classes.

18. What does the man think of his work experiences?

A. They were personally rewarding.

B. They gave him a chance to learn German.

C. They made him become more independent.

19. How much has the man earned during the past four years?

A. $ 1,700.

B. $ 5,740.

C. $ 4,750.

20. What is the man probably doing now?

A. Studying in college.

B. Working as a teacher.

C. Working in the organization.

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C. Talk at the

第二部分:阅读理解 (共两节,满分40分) 第一节 (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 John Michael Thomas, 14, Florida
When John Michael Thomas decided to honor his friend and classmate Elizabeth Buckley, who died from cancer, he remembered how much she loved peacocks(孔雀).
He wanted to build a life-sized peacock fountain in Elizabeth’s favorite park in the city. He thought it could be a place for people to relax and be inspired.
John Michael raised $52,000 to build the fountain.
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Barrett England, 13, Utah

The wheels began to turn for Barrett England when he heard about Karma Bike shop, a place

where young people can earn free bike by reading and performing community service.

Barrett visited Karma’s owner with his idea: He would collect and repair used bikes and

donate them to the shop.

He expected to get about 10 donated bikes. In the end, Barrett received 39.

Zachary Blohm, 15, Wisconsin

The 25-year-old playground at an elementary school near Milwaukee, Wis., was so small

that only 70 of its 575 students could play on it at a time.

That’s when Zachary Blohm saved the day. He and some volunteers build a huge playground.

To raise money, Zac planned T-shirt and bake sales, sold tickets and more. He held monthly

money-raising events for more than a year. Overall, he collected $130,000--- enough to

finish his project.

Jack Zimmerman, 16, New Jersey

For some people, finding a meal is as simple as opening the refrigerator. For more than

366,000 hungry kids in New Jersey, it’s not that easy.

That fact didn’t sit well with Jack Zimmerman, who organized a drive to lessen childhood

hunger in his state. His goal: create 40,000 packaged meals that could be donated to those

in need.

On game day, Jack and his volunteers started their work. After the final count, the team

had packaged 47,124 meals--- well above Jack’s goal.

21. The peacock fountain was built in a park ________ .

A. to encourage people

B. for the love of animals

C. in memory of a teenager

D. to cure a cancer sufferer

22. What did Barrett do for Karma Bike Shop?

A. He donated bikes to it.

B. He repaired bikes there.

C. He helped it win customers.

C. He offered a reading service there.

23. Who improved a place for children to play?

A. Jack

B. John

C. Barrett

D. Zachary

24. What do the four people have in common?

A. They’re top students.

B. They care about others.

C. They like various public activities.

C. They’re money raisers for the poor.

B There are so many expressions in American English that sound pleasant but are not. “Face the music” is a good example. Imagine a friend asks you to take care of her beautiful red sports car. She gives you the key and says, “Thanks so much for watching my car while I’m away. But please, do not drive it. It is an extremely fast car.” But you do not listen. You want to show off and pretend the car is yours. So, you drive it around the town. As a result, you lose control of the car and drive it into a stop sign. The damage is serious. When your friend returns, you must tell her what you have done and “face the music.” That could mean losing her friendship or paying for repairs to her sports car or both. Whatever the music is, you must face it. The expression is more than 150 years old. In 1851, the writer James Fenimore Cooper
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explained “face the music” as theatrical term. In a theater, the orchestra(管弦乐队) often

sits in the front of the stage facing the musicians. Many actors are very nervous, a condition

called stage fright. “Face the music” came to mean accepting stage fright and not giving

in to it.

Word experts also say “face the music” may have come from the military. A soldier who

did something terrible could be forced out of the army. When that happened, the army drummers

would play slow, sad beat. The soldier would be led away seated backward on a horse and

facing the music of the drums.

There are other American expressions that mean the same thing as “face the music.” If

someone says, “You made your bed. Now lie in it,” they mean you created a bad situation

and now you will experience the result.

25. What does the underlined part “the music” in Paragraph 2 refer to?

A. The unpleasant music.

B. The beautiful red sports car.

C. The music played by the orchestra.

D. The bad result of your actions.

26. Which of the following is an example of “face the music”?

A. You have held a concert successfully.

B. You will buy the sports car you like best.

C. Your friend invites you to attend a live concert.

D. You have to go home with your bad exam results.

27. What is most likely to be discussed following the last paragraph?

A. The origin of “You made your bed. Now lie in it.”

B. Some other expressions similar to “face the music.”

C. The true meaning of “You made your bed. Now lie in it.”

D. Other examples to explain the meaning of “face the music.”

C One night, Pilar was in a deep sleep when she was woken by her cat Inti. Inti was meowing wildly outside Pilar’s bedroom and throwing himself against the closed bedroom door. When Pilar opened her eyes, she saw that her bedroom was filled with smoke. As she escaped her house with Inti in her arms, she saw that a fire was burning in her kitchen. Pilar could easily have lost her life, but Inti would not let that happen. Even though Inti could have escaped the house through a cat door, he wouldn’t leave Pilar. As amazing as this story is, it is not as uncommon as you may think. Take the example of Charlotte Lee and her horse, Thunder. One summer night, the whole family was asleep with the windows open. It was normally very quiet where they lived. Suddenly, there was a loud noise. Charlotte woke up from her sweet dream, and the noise continued. Then she heard a horse running fast towards the house. The next thing she saw was Thunder standing outside her window, neighing(嘶叫) and shaking his head. She knew something was wrong. Charlotte quickly got everyone out of the house before the earthquake hit. Thunder has saved her life. There are also stories of wild animals coming to the rescue of humans. One animal known to be a friend of humans is the dolphin. Once, Todd Endris was surfing with his friends when he was attacked by a 13-foot (4-meter) shark. In the middle of the attack, a group of dolphins came to his rescue by forming a protective ring around Endris until he could get safely to shore. Without the help of the dolphins, there is little chance that Todd
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could have escaped.

No one is sure why animals have so often come to our rescue. However, it is clear that

humans and animals enjoy a close relationship. It is important that we care for them as

much as we can.

28. Why did Inti throw himself against the door?

A. He was trying to wake up his owner.

B. He wanted to get out of the room.

C. He felt bored and was playing by himself.

D. He couldn’t find the way out because of smoke.

29. Before the earthquake hit, Charlotte ________.

A. closed the windows

B. was sleeping deeply

C. ran to warn her neighbors

D. got her horse out of the stable

30. Both Inti and Thunder ________.

A. were shy and quiet

B. used to make noise at night

C. were brave and smart

D. saved their owners several times

31. What might Todd say to those dolphins?

A. Leave me alone.

B. You are real heroes.

C. Why are you leaving?

D. What are you doing here?

D

When parents discover their children have lied to them for the first time, it can often

come as a shock to find their little treasures are capable of such a trick. But new research

has suggested many parents may not even notice many of the lies their children tell them.

Psychologists have discovered that most parents are over-confident in their children’s

honesty and this may impair their ability to discover a lie.

The findings may help to explain why some parents seem to be willing to let their children

get away with almost anything even in the face of the evidence. They say parents suffer

from a “truth bias(偏见)” with their own youngsters, but when faced with lies from other

people’s children, they have less difficulty telling if a statement is true or not.

Dr Angela Evans, a psychologist at Brock University in Canada, said, “The close

relationship that parents share with their own children may lead to parents failing to detect

their children’s lies. Parents’ truth bias may result in parents being less suspicious

of their children, allowing them to successfully cheat them.”

Most children are thought to start lying as early as two years old but start telling more

believable lies at around the age of four years old. Learning how to lie is considered as

a key part of cognitive(认知的) and social development in children. But many parents are

shocked when their children start lying to them. In their study, Dr Evans and her colleagues

filmed 108 children aged between 8 and 16 as they performed a test after being asked not

to look at the answers. They were then asked afterwards if they had looked, with 50 truthfully

denying looking, 49 lying about looking and 9 admitting to looking.

Videos of those denying looking were then shown to 152 parents of children aged 8 to 16,

80 of whom had children who had taken part in the test. The researchers found that the parents

were less able to spot lies told by their own children than by other people’s children.

32. What does the underlined word “impair” in Paragraph 2 mean?

A. Show.

B. Develop.

C. Damage.

D. Recognize.

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33. When lying to their parents, children can’t be easily found because ________. A. their parents pretend not to see the lies B. their parents aren’t prepared for the lies C. they are very good at hiding their lies D. they know how to lie to their parents
34. What does Dr Evans want to find about children’s lying? A. What makes parents lose trust in their children. B. What causes children to tell lies to their parents. C. What makes parents fail to see their children’s lies. D. What affects children’s relations with their parents.
35. What can be inferred from Dr Evans’s study in the last two paragraphs? A. Parents tend to protect their own children. B. Lying is a part of children’s development. C. Children aged 8 to 16 are very likely to tell lies. D. Parents can easily judge lies told by children of others.
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 处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
3 Tips for protecting your eyes during the winter We usually worry about staying warm during the winter months, and think less about protecting our eyes. 36 . Here are three things you can do to protect your eyes during winter months. Tip 1: 37 . During the winter, our eyes are often exposed to blowing, dry, hot air that can cause them to become dry. Here are a few treatments: 38 . Keep yourself away from direct heat sources while sitting. Use a humidifier (加湿器) to help reduce dryness. Tip 2: Wear sunglasses with UV(紫外线) protection. UV rays in the winter can harm our eyes. 39 . Wear sunglasses when you’re outside, or driving, to protect your eyes from UV rays. This is especially important as days lengthen into spring and the sun gets stronger. Tip 3: Goggles(护目镜) protect in many ways. Goggles not only protect our eyes from UV rays, but they also help keep our eyes from drying out from the winter wind. In addition, think about all those branches, leaves, and dirty snow that can severely injure our eyes upon contact. 40 . Don’t forget them! A. Clean your eyes carefully B. Don’t let your eyes dry out C. Goggles protect the eyes from the wind D. Keep eye drops at hand to wet your eyes E. It is wise to wear quality goggles F. In fact, they can do even more harm when they’re reflecting(反射) off snow G. However, the winter months can be as hard on our eyes as the summer months
第三部分: 英语知识运用(共两节, 满分45分) 第一节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题 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。
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Tory wanted to be a professional basketball player. He had loved the 41 ever since

he was a small child. He was also very skilled. However, he had one small 42 . He was

very short. Although his school coach had suggested that he would never 43 it in the

professional league, he 44 to give up on his dream.

Tory had several 45 tries at professional clubs. Then he went to a club in Los Angeles

and

46 the coach for a try. As usual, he was refused.

“But you haven’t even given me a(n) 47 ,” said Tory.

“Why should I?” asked the coach.

“Because one day I am going to be the best player in the world 48 I will be able

to help you out,” Troy replied seriously.

The coach smiled at the 49 of the answer.

“All right kid,” he said.

Tory took part in a short practice match and the coach was 50 at his skills.

“You 51 have a lot of talent,” he said.

After two short years, Tory was a regular for the 52 and had even won the award as

the team’s most valuable player. However, 53 with Tory’s help, the team wasn’t

winning many games and the coach was said to be close to losing his 54 . It was before

a game against the New York team that he called Tory into his office for a(n) 55 .

“I have heard that if we lose tonight then I will be 56 as coach,” he told Troy.

“I need you to 57 the team and win the game. Do you remember your 58 before I signed

you?”

Tory nodded. He 59 to play the game of his life that evening. The team won the game

and won every game that was 60 that season.

41. A. task

B. class

C. sport

D. place

42. A. doubt

B. problem

C. dream

D. reason

43. A. change

B. learn

C. hear

D. make

44. A. tried

B. regretted

C. refused

D. feared

45. A. unsuccessful

B. meaningful

C. unfair

D.

careless

46. A. found

B. asked

C. forced

D.

considered

47. A. choice

B. instruction

C. suggestion

D. chance

48. A. and

B. but

C. if

D. as

49. A. influence

B. confidence

C. interest

D. shortness

50. A. annoyed

B. disappointed C. puzzled

D. surprised

51. A. certainly

B. usually

C. finally

D. frequently

52. A. program

B. party

C. club

D. school

53. A. again

B. almost

C. even

D. only

54. A. money

B. job

C. team

D. patience

55. A. discussion

B. practice

C. introduction D. decision

56. A. hated

B. affected

C. controlled

D. replaced

57. A. return to

B. carry

C. look into

D. accept

58. A. promise

B. purpose

C. advice

D. secret

59. A. remembered

B. volunteered

C. went on

D. turned back

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60. A. lost

B. shown

C. wasted

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D. left

第 II 卷 第三部分: 英语知识运用(共两节 满分45分) 第二节 (共 10 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。
Eric Liddell 61.________ was famous as the flying Scotsman was the 62._______(fast) runner in Scotland. But he was most remembered as a man of honor and bravery for his 63.________ (devote) to the Chinese people.
Born in 1902 in Tianjin, Eric lived in China for a long time. In 1920, Eric went to the University of Edinburgh 64.________ (study) science. Sports played 65.________ important part in his life. In 1924, he joined the Britain Olympic team and won a gold medal in the 400-meter race.
Though known as a hero in Scotland, Eric still loved China. In 1925, he went back to China and worked 66.________ a middle school teacher in Tianjin. When the Japanese invaded China, Eric chose to stay, 67.________(hope) to help the sick and give hope to the Chinese people. In 1943, he 68.________ (send) to a prison camp in Weifang by the Japanese, where he fell seriously ill two years later. He was given a chance to leave the camp, 69.________ he gave this chance to a woman with a newly-born baby. This 70.________ (self) man died six months before the end of the war. 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 l 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 语言错误,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:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),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. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 In the past, when batteries(电池) run out, I would just put them in the garbage bag. Last week, I learned from a magazine that one battery could possible pollute 16 thousand liters of water. It is shocked that a battery can be so a heavy pollutant. Then I came up an idea. I decided to change one of my shoe box into a battery recycling box. Then I put a box in front of our apartment building. To my delight, they filled up in a couple of days. Then I called the recycling center to collected the batteries. The staff spoke highly of all what I did. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是李华,目前在新西兰作交换生。不久前,你在当地旅行社(travel agency)预定了“澳 大利亚八日游”,但因故需要取消(cancel)出游计划。请你给该旅行社负责人写一封邮件,内容包括: 1. 说明情况。 2. 表示歉意。 3. 询问是否能退回订金(deposit)。 注意:1. 字数 100 左右(开头和结尾已给出,但不计入总词数);
2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
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听力:1-5 AACBB 6-10 CBABC 11-15 BAABB 16-20 CCACA

阅读

A:CADB B:DDB

C:ABCB

D: CBCD

七选五

GBDFE

完型

CBDCA BDABD

ACCBA DBACD

填词:

61. who/that

62. fastest

63. devotion

64.to study

65.

an

66. as

67. hoping

68. was sent

69. but

70.

selfless

改错:

run→ran possibly shocked→shocking so→such up 和 an 之间加 with my shoe

box→my shoe boxes a→the they→it

collected→collect

去掉 all 或去掉 what 或 what→that

Dear Sir or Madam,
I am Li Hua, an exchange student here in New Zealand. I booked a 8-day holiday to
Australia in your agency last week. But now I am sorry to tell you that I must cancel
my booking.
I was really looking forward to enjoying the holiday. However, I was informed this
morning that I would not be able to take those days off as planned. I do apologize for
not letting you know earlier. I hope this will not cause you any problems.
Besides, I would be very grateful if you could let me know whether I can get my deposit
back at your earliest convenience.
Yours sincerely,
Li Hua 附听力原稿: Text1 W: Henry, will you please repair the door for me? M: Sorry but I have to drive my son to school at once. W: Then please post my letter on your way. M: Perhaps next time I am too busy right now.
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Text2 W: I hear that your friend Mary will leave on Friday, shall we send her some beautiful gifts? M: Maybe seeing goodbye in the station is the best gift for her. W: But I have to go on holiday with my family tomorrow.
Text3 W: Did you say sorry to your teacher, Mike? M: Why? W: You were late this morning. M: But I wasn’t. When I got to school I was just on time for class.
Text4 M: Do you think the headmaster could see me before 9:30? W: He won’t be in until 11: 45. M: Is 12:40 ok? W: Yes. I’ll write down the time.
Text5 W: Good morning, I’d like to speak to Mr. Dan. This is Alice at business center. M: But he is not at home now, please leave a massage. I’ll tell him to call back when he comes back from his office.
Text6 W: Will you go to Beijing for holiday? M: Yes, I’ll leave with my wife the day after tomorrow. W: Oh, it is Wednesday today but it is said the train tickets are very hard to get. Have you got them? M: No, my son has booked air tickets for us. He will drive us there on that day and help us get them from the computer.
Text7 W: What can I do for you, sir? M: Do you have badminton rackets? W: Yes, this way please. They are on the shelf over there. Look, there are all kinds of badminton rackets here. M: What kind of rackets do you think are suitable for children? W: Look, how about this one? It is quite light and strong. Have a try, please. M: Hmm, it feels nice. How much is it? W: 270 Yuan. If you buy a pair, you will get a reduction of 40 Yuan. W: Ok, a pair please.
Text8 W: Excuse me, I lost my purse. M: Oh, I see. Well, I’ll have to fill up this report for you. It is a purse? W: That’s right. M: What is it like madam?
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W: Well it is a black one with my driver’s license, some bank cards and about 50 dollars in it. M: Where did you last see it? W: I am pretty sure I had it when I was in the coffee shop. M: When was that? W: About 1:30 I think. M: Where did you go after that? W: To the department store. I found it missing when I was buying a T-shirt. M: I’m sure it will turn up. Now could you give me your name, address and phone number? W: Jennet White, 20 King Street and my phone number is 5625651. M: Okay, I’ll call you if there is any good news.
Text9 W: Why didn’t you come to the party? We waited for you for two hours and I’d promised my workmates to introduce you to them. M: Sorry, but I was very busy. A lot of things happened. W: If something happened you should have called me immediately and explained it to me at least. Everyone asked me why you didn’t appear. Do you know you made me lose face? M: I’m really sorry. Please calm down and listen to me. On my way to the party, two men driving a motorbike robbed a young lady of her hand bag. I was just passing. Hearing the young lady’s cry, I drove to catch the robbers. But the crazy robbers ran into an old lady, I had to stop to help the old lady and sent her to hospital. W: So terrible! M: Yeah, I’d thought of calling you and telling you that I couldn’t arrive on time, but I found my mobile got lost. Just then the police arrived and I helped them by describing the whole matter. Can you pardon me for my absence? W: Sure, you are a hero. I’m proud of you.
Text10 M: I wasn’t fond of the lecture courses. There were 100 students in my general courses. After the second term, I was considering whether or not to come back in the fall. I spent a lot of time on the Internet and came across an American organization. Then I joined the organization and that’s what I had been doing for the last 4 years. I worked on making roads, building houses, serving as a teaching assistant and I worked as a camp officer in several projects in south Coralline and Florida. It’s been a great experience for me. After 1700 hours of service, I received 4750 dollars. I used the money to pay the money that I borrowed from the bank and for what I need. And I learn more than what I could have in college. In the past, I didn’t want to finish school because I wasn’t interested in my major. But after working with the kids, I knew I wanted to be a teacher later in my life. When I came back to school this fall, I chose to major in German education.
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