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Тест на знание правил словообразований

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Задания по словообразованию

Разработка по УМК “Laser” для 10-11 классов

  1. Mike’s nervousness showed in his voice.

  2. Ludens watched Marcus jealously.

  3. She’s been giving me a helping hand with the children.

  4. Education levels are strongly related to income.

  5. The country depends on tourism for much income.

  6. He answered me very rudely.

  7. You disobeyed my orders.

  8. Why are you so jealous of his success?

  9. They befriended me when I first arrived in London as a student.

  10. With blind obedience, I allowed my father to organize my life.

  11. I don’t understand how the two ideas relate.

  12. She always felt slightly uncomfortable in a hat.

  13. The President hopes to visit Ireland in the not too distant future.

  14. We’ve seen an enormous growth in the number of business using the Web.

  15. The woods are inhabited by many wild animals.

  16. The French are culturally sophisticated people.

  17. I want to broaden the discussion to the other aspects of the problem.

  18. The land was too rocky to cultivate.

  19. Apparently the company is loosing a lot of money.

  20. The system is relatively easy to use.

















1. Mike’s………….. showed in his voice. (NERVOUS)

  1. Ludens watched Marcus……………..(JEALOUS)

  2. She’s been giving me a……….. hand with the children.(HELP)

  3. Education levels are strongly ………..to income.(RELATION)

  4. The country depends on……….. for much income.(TOUR)

  5. He answered me very ………….(RUDE)

  6. You …………my orders.(OBEY)

  7. Why are you so………… of his success? (JEALOUSY)

  8. They …………me when I first arrived in London as a student.(FRIEND)

  9. With blind……….., I allowed my father to organize my life.(OBEY)

  10. I don’t understand how the two ideas………...(RELATION)

  11. She always felt slightly……….. in a hat.(COMFORT)

  12. The President hopes to visit Ireland in the not too …………future.(DISTANCE)

  13. We’ve seen an enormous………. in the number of business using the Web.(GROW)

  14. The woods are ………..by many wild animals.(HABITAT)

  15. The French are …………sophisticated people.(CULTURE)

  16. I want to………… the discussion to the other aspects of the problem.(BROAD)

  17. The land was too rocky to…………...(CULTURE)

  18. ……………the company is loosing a lot of money.(APPEAR)

  19. The system is ………..easy to use.(RELATE)



















-HELP-



  1. We were disappointed because the staff were very unhelpful.

  2. Criticism is unhelpful, to say the least.

  3. If you are tired, caffeine can be helpful in low doses.

  4. It’s helpful to have a calculator for this exam.

  5. Exercise is helpful for controlling high blood pressure.

  6. It would be helpful for me to meet him personally.

  7. He asked for a second helping.

  8. I knew they were lying but I felt helpless to do anything about it.



-RELATE-

  1. I can’t really see how the two issues relate.

  2. We offer courses that relate English literature to other subjects.

  3. We’re only interested in events that relate directly to the murder.

  4. We need to see figures relating to the last six months.

  5. We think the two crimes are related in some way.

  6. Occupation and social class are closely related.

  7. The visit is an important step in improving relations between Japan and China.

  8. We have very good relations with the local police.

  9. The study found a direct relation between smoking and lung cancer.

  10. All our friends and relations came to our wedding.

  11. I have nothing further to say in relation to this matter.

  12. Unemployment here is high in relation to national levels.

  13. There is a close relationship between poverty and crime.

  14. The relationships between players from the two teams were pretty friendly.

  15. What was your relationship with your mother like?

  16. We spent the week visiting relatives.

  17. Relatively few women become airline pilots.















-FRIEND-

  1. Japan is a valued friend and partner of this country.

  2. She felt alone and friendless.

  3. He will be remembered as a kind friendly person.

  4. The receptionist greeted us with a friendly smile.

  5. There’s warm and friendly atmosphere in the pub.

  6. Janet and I used to be very friendly.

  7. Moscow Dynamo came and played Walsall in a friendly match.

  8. There was a friendly rivalry between them.

  9. The reunion gave us a chance to renew old friendships.

  10. His friendship with a local businessman led to allegation of corruption.

  11. Whatever happened, I didn’t want to lose Sarah’s friendship.

  12. She formed a close friendship with Vera Brittain.

  13. They’ve signed a friendship and co-operation treaty.

  14. The group provides support and friendship for old people.



-CARE-

  1. I can see that a lot of care has gone into your work.

  2. The label on the box said “Handle with care”.

  3. He was choosing his words with great care.

  4. Teachers have to be careful when criticizing pupils.

  5. People should be more careful about the things they say.

  6. You must be careful who you accept a lift from.

  7. Brighton welcomes careful drives.

  8. She’s always been careful with money.

  9. Try not to be careless next time!

  10. It was very careless of you to leave the medicine where the children could get it.

  11. He washed the antique plates very carefully.









-ATTRACT-

  1. The show attracts viewers from all walks of life.

  2. They hope to attract more foreign investors.

  3. Tourists are attracted by its endless sandy beaches and perfect weather.

  4. Their behavior has attracted considerable public criticism.

  5. They tried to leave the hotel without attracting anyone’s attention.

  6. The town’s most popular attraction is the Marine Science Museum.

  7. The plane is the main attraction at this weekend’s air show.

  8. One of the car’s main attractions is its low price.

  9. We saw a less attractive side of his personality that day.

  10. I now faced the unattractive prospect of a 12-hour bus journey.

-OBEDIENCE-

  1. He called the dog off and it immediately obeyed.

  2. Officers expect their troops to obey them without question.

  3. The soldiers were used to obeying orders.

  4. Motorists are not obeying the new traffic laws.

  5. Molecules obey the laws of physics.

  6. Obedience to the order was one of the monastery rules.

  7. The school demands total obedience from its pupils.

  8. The children stood in a little group disciplined, and obedient.

  9. If you continue to disobey the rules, you will be punished.

  10. They knew he was too weak to disobey.





-HONEST-

  1. I haven’t been completely honest about my last experience.

  2. Thank you for being so honest with me.

  3. I want you to give me an honest answer.

  4. I gave her the wrong amount of money, but it was an honest mistake.

  5. When is the last time Charlie did any honest work?

  6. I’m just trying to earn an honest living.

  7. She was trying to do her job honestly and fairly.

  8. There is a refreshing honesty about his work.

  9. They admitted that there were dishonest officers in the police force.

  10. It’s clear to me that they acted dishonestly.

  11. He was accused of dishonesty.



-APPEAR-

  1. Dave said good night to everyone and quickly disappeared upstairs.

  2. The moon disappeared behind the clouds.

  3. She was still waiving as the train disappeared from view.

  4. The symptoms should disappear within a few days.

  5. The letter I had left on my desk had disappeared.

  6. She disappeared from a London hotel on Monday and has not been seen since.

  7. Richard was18 at the time of her disappearance.

  8. This job is not as easy as it may appear.

  9. Matt appears unaffected by all the media attention.

  10. It appears that she has changed her mind.

  11. Cracks began to appear in the ceiling.

  12. One day a stranger appeared on my doorstep.

  13. As soon as she appears, we can get started.

  14. She appeared on television with the President.

  15. Tony is currently appearing in pantomime at Reading.

  16. The twins are almost identical in appearance.

  17. Recent initiatives have done a lot to improve the appearance of the district.

  18. He doesn’t look well off, but you shouldn’t judge by appearances.

  19. Julie’s sudden appearance in the doorway startled me.

  20. Apparently, she resigned because she had an argument with her boss.

  21. Seven people were shot in two apparently unrelated incidents.

  22. It should be apparent to any reader that there are several inconsistencies.

  23. The children’s poor health was apparent from their physical appearance.

  24. It soon became apparent that the two women knew each other.

  25. The potential for loss of life was all too apparent.

  26. His apparent lack of interest in her work always annoyed me.





-RUDE-

  1. I don’t want to seem rude, but I’d rather be alone.

  2. It’s rude to keep people waiting.

  3. The way she stared was downright rude.

  4. He knows a few rude words in Italian.

  5. I can’t remember what I was saying before I was so rudely interrupted.



-KIND-

  1. What kind of person is she?

  2. Many people like to try lots of different kinds of food.

  3. We’ve all had disappointments of some kind.

  4. There are no notes of any kind in the text.

  5. The bridge is the largest of its kind in the world.

  6. I had rather expected something of the kind might happen.

  7. She’s a librarian, or something of the kind.

  8. She was very kind to me when the children were ill.

  9. It was kind of you to help them.

  10. Thank you for your kind words.

  11. Fate has been kind to me.

  12. Robert, would you be so kind as to shut the door for me?

  13. I shall never forget the kindness of the nursing staff.

  14. We remember his many small kindnesses to the children.

  15. You’re being very unkind to your sister.

-JEALOUS-

  1. I expect some of your colleagues will be jealous.

  2. Other girls were jealous of her good looks.

  3. Sophia had admirers , and I was jealous of them.

  4. He would dance with other women to make her jealous.

  5. He loves the pictures and guards them jealously.

  6. Professional jealousy can cause problems at work.

  7. Jealousy can ruin relationships.









-NERVOUS-

  1. You’ve got a lot of nerve, calling me at this time of night.

  2. Driving on mountain roads always makes me nervous.

  3. I got very nervous waiting for my turn to be called.

  4. She was nervous about walking home alone.

  5. He’s always been a little nervous of change.

  6. Callum gave a slightly nervous laugh.

  7. He shifted in his chair nervously.





-TOUR-

  1. We went on a 10-day tour of central Africa.

  2. The group is currently on tour in the UK.

  3. They begin a world tour with four concerts in Britain.

  4. The President plans a European tour next month.

  5. We were taken on a tour of the factory.

  6. Every weekend there are free weekend guided tours of the castle.

  7. The Caribbean is so dependent upon tourism.

  8. Space tourism may be a reality by the year 2010.

  9. The islands attract more than 17,000 tourists a year.

  10. It was almost time for the summer invasion of tourists.



-COMFORT-

  1. The airline is keen to improve passenger comfort.

  2. There is plenty of room to lie down and sleep in comfort.

  3. It was a comfort to think that there was no rent to pay.

  4. Sit quietly in a comfortable position.

  5. Make yourself comfortable and I’ll be back in a minute.

  6. The bed looked warm and comfortable.

  7. Lots of people don’t feel comfortable about public speaking.

  8. You’ll be uncomfortable for a few days after the surgery.

  9. She felt cold and uncomfortable.

  10. They were sitting in a very uncomfortable position.

  11. We spent an uncomfortable night in a noisy hotel.

  12. Not knowing anyone made her feel very uncomfortable.

  13. A long uncomfortable silence followed.





-ARRIVE-

  1. Her arrival livened the party.

  2. The arrival BA 106 from Boston has been delayed.

  3. Parkes was arrested on her arrival from New York.

  4. Since his arrival at the club, he has brought in several star players.

  5. Check the airport monitors for arrivals and departures.

  6. Our lives have been revolutionized by the arrival of the personal computer.

  7. Early arrivals get all the best parking spaces.

  8. What time does your plane arrive?

  9. I finally arrived home at five in the morning.

  10. Four police officers suddenly arrived at their house.

  11. A letter arrived for you this morning.





-EUROPE-

  1. There have been deep divisions in the party over Europe.





-ANNOUNCE-



  1. There was a press release announcing the Senator’s resignation.

  2. Exxon has announced a 26%increase in profits.

  3. I am pleased to announce that the Board has agreed to create 500 new jobs in our sales division.

  4. Bill just suddenly announced he was taking the day off.

  5. When your flight is announced, make your way to the departure lounge.

  6. They’ve just announced that our train will be delayed.

  7. The talks are continuing, but no announcements are expected at this time.

  8. An announcement made by the Ministry seem to contradict this.











-DISTANT-

  1. Her eyes scanned the distant hills.

  2. I could faintly hear the distant rumble of traffic.

  3. The castle was four miles distant.

  4. One day in a distant future, I might go and live abroad.

  5. I expect to return in the not too distant future.

  6. That lovely summer in Majorca already felt like a distant memory.

  7. Violet was cold and distant.

  8. He nodded slowly, a distant look in her eyes.

  9. I heard dogs barking distantly in the hills.

  10. It is important to consider distance from public transport when buying a house.

  11. They started to walk the short distance to the camp.

  12. Hs parents live some distance away.

  13. Altair, at a distance of 17 light-years, is one of the closest of the bright stars.

  14. The distance has never been a problem for our relationship.

  15. Tim followed him in distance.

  16. From a distance I suppose it’ll seem very funny.

  17. My instincts warned me to put some distance between us.

  18. At a safe distance from the action, General Lewis was directing troop movements.

  19. The company is trying to distance itself from remarks made by the former director.





-GROW-

  1. She must have grown at least four inches since I saw her last.

  2. Various crops are grown here.

  3. The world’s population is growing faster than predicted.

  4. By 1997, the town has grown big enough to need a school of its own.

  5. By now the road network was growing at an alarming rise.

  6. She could feel the anger growing inside her.

  7. Ask a grown-up to help you.

  8. The kids went to the park while the grown-ups sat in the garden.

  9. She has two grown-up sons.

  10. Louis looked so grown-up in his school uniform.

  11. I’ve always felt uncomfortable seeing a grown man crying.

  12. We are entering a period of rapid population growth.

  13. The annual rate of growth was 12 per cent.

  14. The engineering sector achieved significant growth last year.

  15. Computing remains a growth area.

  16. New growth will develop during spring.

-BROAD-

  1. I meet a broad range of people in my daily life.

  2. Our radio station plays a broad spectrum of popular music.

  3. We need to define a broad strategy for future development.

  4. This chapter can only give a broad outline of the subject.

  5. The Pope’s speech will be broadcast on all channels at 6 this evening.

  6. The BBC will be broadcasting the match live from Paris.

  7. The scope of the book has been broadened to include the history of Eastern Europe.

  8. College will broaden your horizons.

  9. As he grew angrier, his accent broadened.

  10. The proposal was broadly welcomed by teachers.

  11. Their theory has turned out to be broadly true in practice.

  12. Their proposals are broadly in line with the government’s ideas.

  13. My dad’s pretty broad-minded so he won’t mind if you drink.





-CULTURE-

  1. Most of the world’s fertile land is already being cultivated.

  2. Rice is cultivated throughout the coastal regions.

  3. He’s trying to cultivate more caring image.

  4. London is still very much the cultural capital of the country.

  5. The country enjoys a rich and diverse cultural life.

  6. The two cities are culturally very similar.

  7. If you are looking for culture, then Paris is the place for you.

  8. The two firms have very different corporate cultures.





-INHABIT-

  1. The islands are inhabited by 177,000 people.

  2. She inhabits the strange world of the media celebrity.

  3. The city’s first inhabitants arrived in the 16th century.

  4. Storm damage has made the house uninhabitable.





-ACHIEVE-

  1. The Republic of Tunisia achieved independence from France in 1957.

  2. We have achieved what we set out to do.

  3. His paintings did not achieve the popularity of his books.

  4. They are holding a party to celebrate the achievement of their first year’s goals.

  5. It was hard work, but the sense of achievement is huge.

  6. Bob’s not what you would call one of life’s high achievers.





-BENEFIT-

  1. One or two glasses of wine a day can be beneficial.

  2. The relationship was mutually beneficial.

  3. He was the main beneficiary of the deal.

  4. The new sports centre will bring lasting benefit to the community.

  5. Consider the potential benefits of the deal for the company.

  6. Even Liza derived little benefit from the changes.

  7. Parents have benefited greatly from this treatment.

  8. There has been an increase in the number of people claiming benefit.





-CREATE-

  1. How do I create a new life?

  2. In the last week, 170 new jobs have been created.

  3. Soft music creates a relaxing atmosphere.

  4. The main road was closed, creating traffic problems.

  5. His comments have created a lot of confusion.

  6. I really wanted to create a good impression at the start of the interview.

  7. The government is to provide more money for job creation.

  8. The motorway should aid the creation of new business in the area.

  9. Birds’ nests are extraordinary creations.

  10. She’s the writer’s greatest comic creation.

  11. He was a creative genius.

  12. We offer people the opportunity to be creative.

  13. Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond.

  14. The Gorgon was a mythical creature.

  15. He seems to be a pathetic creature.





-DEVELOP-

  1. All children develop at different rates.

  2. Markets for such high-priced products develop slowly.

  3. The area is working to develop its tourist industry.

  4. The plot develops further in the second episode.

  5. I’d like to fully develop my idea before discussing it.

  6. A rash developed in a couple of days.

  7. She developed a taste for champagne while she was in France.

  8. We spend less on health care than most other developed nations.

  9. The developed world has a responsibility towards poorer countries.

  10. Working with wine, he has to have a highly developed sense of smell.

  11. Children in many developing countries lack basic medical care.

  12. We encourage our staff in their development of new skills.

  13. His work is mainly in software development.

  14. The land was sold for development.





-DISCOVER-

  1. The two men decided to discover the truth for themselves.

  2. He became very friendly when he discovered that she was my sister.

  3. Why not spend a week discovering the beauty of Sri Lanka?

  4. I have only recently discovered the benefits of meditation.

  5. Our country continues to lead the world in scientific discoveries.

  6. Police announced the discovery of the body late last night.

  7. This is one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the century.

  8. Gisela is one of Lagerfeld’s latest discoveries.

-IMPROVE-

  1. Our main objective is to improve educational standards.

  2. A light airy sun lounge greatly improves the quality of life for residents.

  3. He’s always trying to improve himself.

  4. Your English will improve with practice.

  5. The region has a weak, but improving, transport infrastructure.

  6. A more pleasant classroom environment could account for students’ improved.

  7. The school is performing well, but we recognize the need for further improvement.

  8. There has been an improvement in relations between the two countries.

  9. Sales have shown a slight improvement this year.





-INVENT-

  1. He invented the technique that allows scientists to examine DNA.

  2. It’s one of the most time-saving devices ever invented for cooks.

  3. Chaplin invented his own unique style of comedy.

  4. She would invent any excuse to avoid seeing people.

  5. Inventions like the electric light bulb changed the way people lived.

  6. All that gossip he told me about Melanie was pure invention.

  7. By comparison, British artists seemed to lack imagination and invention.

  8. When the police eventually arrived, we made an inventory of the missing items.















-PRODUCE-

  1. We are now producing the same quantity of goods with far fewer workers.

  2. The body produces chemicals called endorphins to control the pain.

  3. The interests of producers and consumers may be in conflict.

  4. New Zealand’s growing reputation as a producer of wine.

  5. Consumers are becoming more suspicious of advertising claims about products that they buy.

  6. The system we have now is the product of years of research.

  7. The eastern frontier of France was the product of centuries of historical accidents.

  8. Our new line is already in production.

  9. Their latest car has just gone into production for the Japanese market.

  10. These teenagers are typical products of the private education system.



-SCIENCE-

  1. There’s a shortage of people competent in maths, science, and technology.

  2. Chris is studying science at school.

  3. There’s nothing scientific about the process they use to select people.

  4. Modern archaeology is more scientific than in the past.





-SOLVE-

  1. UN leaders are working hard to find a peaceful solution to the conflict.

  2. The committee has failed to come up with any solutions for the crisis.

  3. Solar energy offers a low cost solution to our fuel problems.

  4. Putting children into prison is not the solution.

  5. We can help you to solve your financial problems.

  6. It is hoped that diplomatic efforts can solve the crisis peacefully.

  7. He hopes to solve the mystery of the plane’s mystery.

  8. The case was solved 25 years later using DNA evidence.











CARD 1



  1. We were disappointed because the staff were very……. . (HELP)

  2. Occupation and social class are closely …… . (RELATE)

  3. She felt alone and ……. . (FRIEND)

  4. Teachers have to be …… when criticizing pupils. (CARE)

  5. Their behavior has …….. considerable public criticism. (ATTRACTION)

  6. The soldiers were used to ……. orders. (OBEY)

  7. She was trying to do her job ……… and fairly. (HONEST)

  8. Richard was18 at the time of her ……… . (APPEAR)

  9. I can’t remember what I was saying before I was so …… interrupted. (RUDE)

  10. You’re being very …… to your sister. (KIND)

  11. ……. can ruin relationships. (JEALOUS)

  12. He shifted in his chair ……. . (NERVE)

  13. A long ……. silence followed. (COMFORT)

  14. Early …… get all the best parking spaces. (ARRIVE)

  15. Ask a …….. to help you. (GROW)

  16. The BBC will be ……. the match live from Paris. (BROAD)

  17. He’s trying to …… more caring image. (CULTURE)

  18. Bob’s not what you would call one of life’s high …… . (ACHIEVE)

  19. Parents have …….. greatly from this treatment. (BENEFIT)

  20. The …… world has a responsibility towards poorer countries. (DEVELOP)



















CARD 2

  1. Criticism is unhelpful, to say the least.

  2. We think the two crimes are related in some way.

  3. There’s warm and friendly atmosphere in the pub.

  4. Brighton welcomes careful drives.

  5. If you continue to disobey the rules, you will be punished.

  6. I now faced the unattractive prospect of a 12-hour bus journey.

  7. Obedience to the order was one of the monastery rules.

  8. Tony is currently appearing in pantomime at Reading.

  9. The way she stared was downright rude.

  10. I shall never forget the kindness of the nursing staff.

  11. He loves the pictures and guards them jealously.

  12. Check the airport monitors for arrivals and departures.

  13. The talks are continuing, but no announcements are expected at this time.

  14. I heard dogs barking distantly in the hills.

  15. Computing remains a growth area.

  16. The proposal was broadly welcomed by teachers.

  17. If you are looking for culture, then Paris is the place for you.

  18. The Gorgon was a mythical creature.

  19. Consumers are becoming more suspicious of advertising claims about products that they buy.

  20. The land was sold for development.























CARD 1

  1. We were disappointed because the staff were very unhelpful.

  2. Occupation and social class are closely related.

  3. She felt alone and friendless.

  4. Teachers have to be careful when criticizing pupils.

  5. Their behavior has attracted considerable public criticism.

  6. The soldiers were used to obeying orders.

  7. She was trying to do her job honestly and fairly.

  8. Richard was18 at the time of her disappearance.

  9. I can’t remember what I was saying before I was so rudely interrupted.

  10. You’re being very unkind to your sister.

  11. Jealousy can ruin relationships.

  12. He shifted in his chair nervously.

  13. A long uncomfortable silence followed.

  14. Early arrivals get all the best parking spaces.

  15. Ask a grown-up to help you.

  16. The BBC will be broadcasting the match live from Paris.

  17. He’s trying to cultivate more caring image.

  18. Bob’s not what you would call one of life’s high achievers.

  19. Parents have benefited greatly from this treatment.

  20. The developed world has a responsibility towards poorer countries.

































CARD 2

  1. Criticism is………, to say the least. (HELP)

  2. We think the two crimes are …… in some way. (RELATION)

  3. There’s warm and ………. atmosphere in the pub. (FRIEND)

  4. Brighton welcomes…… drives. (CARE)

  5. If you continue to ……. the rules, you will be punished. (OBEY)

  6. I now faced the ……. prospect of a 12-hour bus journey. (ATTRACT)

  7. …….. to the order was one of the monastery rules. (OBEY)

  8. Tony is currently …… in pantomime at Reading. (APPEAR)

  9. The way she stared was downright ….. . (RUDENESS)

  10. I shall never forget the ….. of the nursing staff. (KIND)

  11. He loves the pictures and guards them …… . (JEALOUS)

  12. Check the airport monitors for …… and departures. (ARRIVE)

  13. The talks are continuing, but no …….. are expected at this time. (ANNOUNCE)

  14. I heard dogs barking ……. in the hills. (DISTANCE)

  15. Computing remains a ……. area. (GROW)

  16. The proposal was ……. welcomed by teachers. (BROAD)

  17. If you are looking for …… , then Paris is the place for you. (CULTURAL)

  18. The Gorgon was a mythical …… . (CREATE)

  19. Consumers are becoming more suspicious of advertising claims about …… that they buy. (PRODUCTION)

  20. The land was sold for ……. . (DEVELOP)





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Тема "Словообразование" одна из сложных тем для учащихся. Нужно много читать книг на языке, делать тренировочные упражнения. Предлагаю разработку тестов по УМК "Laser" для 10-11 классов. Тренируется образование других частей речи с помощью суффиксов, приставок от следующих слов: help, relate, friend, care, attract, obedience, honest, appear, rude, kind, jealous, neervous, tour, arrive, Europe, announce, distant, grow, broad, culture, inhabit, achieve, benefit, create, develop, discover, improve, invent, produce, science, solve. Даётся образец создания карточек. Можно самим создавать карточки на своё усмотрение.

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