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1) Установите соответствие между заголовками 1 — 8 и текстами A — G. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

1. А small but important country
2. Sights for the brave
3. Mind your driving
4. You’ll never get bored
5. Difficult to predict
6. Traditional industries
7. Keeping the balance in nature
8. Helpful assistants

A. The history of Scotland is rich and varied, but most people would also describe it as violent and bloody. Scotland’s history appears to be just an endless list of battles between the Scottish clans and their close neighbours, the English. But if you look carefully at the history of Scotland, you will be surprised by the great influence that this small nation has had upon the development of Western civilization.

B. Of all the scary places in Scotland, the castles provide us with the most terrifying stories. You need courage to visit them. The castles are known for numerous murders and cases of violent death. Edinburgh castle is at the top of the list. According to the legend, there is the ghost of a headless drummer and the ghost of a piper, whose music can be heard even above the noise of Edinburgh’s traffic.

C. To decide on what to wear for a walk can be a challenge in Scotland! This tiny country is surrounded by so much water that Scottish weather can change at any moment. In fact, sometimes you feel as though you’ve experienced three (or even all four) seasons in just one day! This may explain why Scots are fascinated by the weather, and follow daily weather reports very closely.

D. Scotland has 30,000 miles of roads. Travelling around Scotland by car can be challenging for foreign visitors. When travelling by car, tourists should be very careful. When they see something they wish to look at, they mustn’t slow down as they could be hit by the car behind. Tourists should also remember that Scottish motorways have a speed limit of 70 miles per hour.

E. There are many breeds of Scottish dogs. One of the most famous is the Collie or Scotch collie that comes from the Scottish highlands. It has been bred for many years to help shepherds. Some people say the name Collie comes from the Gaelic word for useful. The Collie is a dog that can do many jobs. The Collie can guard property as well as search for a missing chicken or drive sheep. The dogs can be taught how to open doors and gates.

F. Scotland is a country where tourism offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy nature at its best. As you explore the Scottish countryside, be sure to look out for Daubenton’s bats. These tiny creatures with funny short ears weigh from 7 to 11 grams, but they are vital for the ecosystem as they keep insect populations in check, eating lots of small insects every day.

G. For active and curious people there is a lot to do in the Scottish Highlands! You can explore castles and visit museums. The famous Loch Ness is situated here and you’ll find ancient castles, which can be visited. If you like something more adventurous, you might try horse riding, mountain biking, kayaking and sailing. There is no end of things to do in the Highlands, so you can be sure you’ll enjoy yourself there.


2) Прочитайте текст и запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Показать текст. ⇓

Alice was upset because they had failed to pay for her daughter’s studies.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated


3) Прочитайте текст и запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Показать текст. ⇓

The old woman gave the brass teapot to Alice as a present.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated


4) Прочитайте текст и запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Показать текст. ⇓

In the car Alice and John had a quarrel over the brass teapot.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated


5) Прочитайте текст и запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Показать текст. ⇓

At home Alice made tea in her new brass teapot.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated


6) Прочитайте текст и запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Показать текст. ⇓

Mr. Rampson’s granddaughter visited him last Christmas.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated


7) Прочитайте текст и запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Показать текст. ⇓

Alice found some money in the teapot.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated


8) Прочитайте текст и запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Показать текст. ⇓

The brass teapot worked wonders only during Christmas.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated


9) Прочитайте текст и запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Показать текст. ⇓

Alice and John gave the brass teapot to Old Mr. Ramson.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

It happened a few days before Christmas. John and Alice were on their way home from visiting their daughter at college. The drive was long and exhausting. Alice was thinking about the money they had given for their daughter’s last semester. It was a big sum for their family. Alice realized that they had no money for the next semester fee. She was in despair.

On their way home they stopped at a small town market. Alice got out of the car to walk a little. Suddenly an old woman approached her. She asked Alice to buy an old brass teapot*. Alice took the heavy teapot and gave the woman the money that she had asked for.

Alice, got into the car and placed the teapot on the back seat. She didn’t need the teapot but she could not refuse the old woman. The car set off and the rest of the way John and Alice argued about the money. John was angry with Alice because of her last purchase.

John’s arguments were powerful. The family’s budget was not at all promising. They had a lot of electric and gas bills to pay. What’s more, they had recently bought a new refrigerator. And the college fee ate up a good part of their budget. Alice kept silent.

When they arrived home, Alice decided to make tea. She found out that their electric tea kettle was broken and put the new brass teapot on the stove. When the tea was getting ready, they heard a door bell. It was Mr. Ramson, their neighbour. The old man lived alone and there were no relatives and friends to support him in town.

Alice invited Mr. Ramson in for some tea. At the table Mr. Ramson asked Alice and John if they could lend him some money. His only granddaughter, whom he loved dearly, lived far away and he wanted to visit her for the coming Christmas. Alice sighed but John, suddenly, nodded his head in agreement. Mr. Ransom thanked John and went home happy.

Alice was alone in the kitchen washing up after tea. She was thinking how to cut down their expenses if they gave the money to the old man. Suddenly she heard a sound of something dropping into the teapot. Alice took the teapot and, to her great surprise, she found two £50 notes inside. She called John to ask if he had by mistake dropped them into the teapot. John looked at her in surprise but answered that he had not.

At that moment Alice knew what to do. She removed the banknotes from the teapot and ran to Mr. Ramson.

When she came home, John smiled and gave her a warm kiss. The same dropping sound repeated. It came from the teapot. When Alice opened the top, she found a banknote inside. Christmas Magic! They could not understand how it worked, but the teapot produced some banknotes every time they were kind to each other and helped people around.

They put the brass teapot on the shelf in the kitchen and never used it for making tea. When their daughter came for Christmas, she could hardly recognize the house. The furniture was the same but the house looked warmer and cozier than before. Her parents did not argue about money any more.

When she asked where the money for her education had come from, they said it was a Christmas present from old Mr. Ramson.

*A brass teapot –– медный чайник

10. Alice was upset because they had failed to pay for her daughter’s studies.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

Конец формы

Начало формы

11. The old woman gave the brass teapot to Alice as a present.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

12. In the car Alice and John had a quarrel over the brass teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

13. At home Alice made tea in her new brass teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

14. Mr. Rampson’s granddaughter visited him last Christmas.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

15. Alice found some money in the teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

16. The brass teapot worked wonders only during Christmas.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

17. Alice and John gave the brass teapot to Old Mr. Ramson.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

It happened a few days before Christmas. John and Alice were on their way home from visiting their daughter at college. The drive was long and exhausting. Alice was thinking about the money they had given for their daughter’s last semester. It was a big sum for their family. Alice realized that they had no money for the next semester fee. She was in despair.

On their way home they stopped at a small town market. Alice got out of the car to walk a little. Suddenly an old woman approached her. She asked Alice to buy an old brass teapot*. Alice took the heavy teapot and gave the woman the money that she had asked for.

Alice, got into the car and placed the teapot on the back seat. She didn’t need the teapot but she could not refuse the old woman. The car set off and the rest of the way John and Alice argued about the money. John was angry with Alice because of her last purchase.

John’s arguments were powerful. The family’s budget was not at all promising. They had a lot of electric and gas bills to pay. What’s more, they had recently bought a new refrigerator. And the college fee ate up a good part of their budget. Alice kept silent.

When they arrived home, Alice decided to make tea. She found out that their electric tea kettle was broken and put the new brass teapot on the stove. When the tea was getting ready, they heard a door bell. It was Mr. Ramson, their neighbour. The old man lived alone and there were no relatives and friends to support him in town.

Alice invited Mr. Ramson in for some tea. At the table Mr. Ramson asked Alice and John if they could lend him some money. His only granddaughter, whom he loved dearly, lived far away and he wanted to visit her for the coming Christmas. Alice sighed but John, suddenly, nodded his head in agreement. Mr. Ransom thanked John and went home happy.

Alice was alone in the kitchen washing up after tea. She was thinking how to cut down their expenses if they gave the money to the old man. Suddenly she heard a sound of something dropping into the teapot. Alice took the teapot and, to her great surprise, she found two £50 notes inside. She called John to ask if he had by mistake dropped them into the teapot. John looked at her in surprise but answered that he had not.

At that moment Alice knew what to do. She removed the banknotes from the teapot and ran to Mr. Ramson.

When she came home, John smiled and gave her a warm kiss. The same dropping sound repeated. It came from the teapot. When Alice opened the top, she found a banknote inside. Christmas Magic! They could not understand how it worked, but the teapot produced some banknotes every time they were kind to each other and helped people around.

They put the brass teapot on the shelf in the kitchen and never used it for making tea. When their daughter came for Christmas, she could hardly recognize the house. The furniture was the same but the house looked warmer and cozier than before. Her parents did not argue about money any more.

When she asked where the money for her education had come from, they said it was a Christmas present from old Mr. Ramson.

*A brass teapot –– медный чайник

10. Alice was upset because they had failed to pay for her daughter’s studies.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

Конец формы

Начало формы

11. The old woman gave the brass teapot to Alice as a present.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

12. In the car Alice and John had a quarrel over the brass teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

13. At home Alice made tea in her new brass teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

14. Mr. Rampson’s granddaughter visited him last Christmas.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

15. Alice found some money in the teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

16. The brass teapot worked wonders only during Christmas.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

17. Alice and John gave the brass teapot to Old Mr. Ramson.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

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«Эффективные стратегии выполнения заданий раздела Чтение в Государственной итоговой аттестации»

Камалян Арета Ашотовна,

учитель английского языка

высшей категории

МАОУ Лицей №2

Г.Балаково

Саратовской области

Аннотация

Данная статья посвящена вопросу подготовки учащихся старших классов к раздела Чтение в Государственной итоговой аттестации по английскому языку. Статья содержит примеры упражнений направленных на развитие чтение.

Текст на понимание основного содержания прочитанного

Подготовка обучающихся к ГИА в разделе «Чтение» 
Стратегии обучения чтению, рекомендации обучающимся.
 
Раздел «Чтение» в экзаменационной работе
 
Текст на понимание основного содержания прочитанного

Текст на полное понимание прочитанного 
Ученик должен УМЕТЬ:
 
— читать аутентичные тексты разных жанров с пониманием основного содержания; — читать текст с выборочным пониманием нужной / интересующей информации (просмотровое / поисковое чтение); — читать несложные адаптированные тексты разных жанров с полным и точным пониманием содержания; — определять тему, выделять основную мысль; — выделять главные факты, опуская второстепенные; — устанавливать логическую последовательность основных фактов текста, прогнозировать содержание при чтении; — использовать различные приемы смысловой переработки текста: анализ, языковую и контекстуальную догадку; — оценивать полученную информацию, выражать свое мнение;
 
Ученик должен ЗНАТЬ :
 
— основные значения лексических единиц (слов, словосочетаний) — признаки и значение изученных грамматических явлений; — основные способы словообразования; — значение реплик – клише речевого этикета, характерных для культуры стран изучаемого языка; — языковой грамматический материал; — особенности структуры простого и сложного предложения;- интонационное оформление (обращать внимание на пунктуацию, особенно восклицательные и вопросительные знаки, кавычки)
 
ТИПИЧНЫЕ ОШИБКИ
 
впадают в панику при виде первого незнакомого слова. Сразу пытаются перевести незнакомые слова, даже не пытаясь догадаться о значении слов по контексту или использовать языковую догадку; полностью игнорируют неизвестную конструкцию/слово, тем самым упуская существенный смысл высказывания; неправильно распределяют силы и время на задания, следовательно, не могут уложиться во временной лимит.
 
Основные алгоритмы при выполнении заданий по «Чтению»
 
Вид чтения
 
Умения
 
Стратегии
 
Чтение с пониманием основного содержания
 
понять тему текста, основную мысль
 
обрати внимание на заголовок, подумай о его значении; выдели ключевые слова в задании и соотнеси их с ключевыми словами и вопросами к тексту; прочитай первое и последнее предложение в каждом абзаце; не обращай внимание на слова, без которых можно понять основное содержание; главная мысль обычно предшествует второстепенной информации, попытайся отделить главную мысль от второстепенной;
 
Вид чтения
 
Умения
 
Стратегии
 
Чтение с полным пониманием прочитанного
 
понять логические связи между частями текста
 
Проанализируй слова this, that, as, how и личные местоимения, попытайся понять, к чему они относятся; Обращай внимание на средства логической связи между частями текста; Постарайся понять информацию, о которой нужно догадаться; Такие слова, как «firstly»,«secondly», могут помочь понять последовательность действий;
 
ТЕКСТ
 
ДИФФЕРЕНЦИАЦИЯ
 
РЕКОНСТРУКЦИЯ
 
ТРАНСФОРМАЦИЯ
 
Цель: создать у учащихся устойчивый мотив к чтению текста, заинтересовать их, сделать так, чтобы им захотелось прочитать текст, несмотря на всевозможные трудности. Обсуждение проблематики читаемого текста; использование презентаций или иллюстраций с ключевыми словами; чтение вслух слов, объединенных общей темой для выявления тематики текста; определение значений и функций определенных грамматических структур в предложениях.
 
Цель: формирование у учащихся стратегий идентификации незнакомых слов. А также использование различных приемов извлечения информации. Этот этап работы над текстом является основным. Разделить текст на смысловые части и подобрать названия к каждой из них; Составить план текста; Найти в каждой части предложения, передающие основную мысль этой части; Составить сокращенный вариант текста; Выписать из текста незнакомые слова, и догадавшись об их значении, составить предложения с этими словами;
 
Цель: использование ситуации текста в качестве опоры для развития умений устной речи. Закончить предложения, используя предлагаемые варианты; расставить картинки в соответствии с содержанием текста; Расставить части текста в логической последовательности ;Ответить на вопросы по прочитанному тексту; Прокомментировать часть текст, которая ученику показалась наиболее интересной; Выразить свое отношение к прочитанному;
 

Рекомендации по подготовке учащихся к выполнению заданий разного типа.

Задания на подбор заголовков

  • Обсудите с учащимися, что для успешного выполнения подобного задания нужно уметь находить ключевые слова.

  • Разделите класс на группы и дайте задание каждой группе поделить какой-либо текст на смысловые части и придумать подзаголовок к каждой части. Группы обмениваются обработанными таким образом текстами, и учащиеся подбирают заголовки к частям текста, подготовленным другой группой.

  • Обязательно обговаривайте время выполнения тренировочных заданий и жестко соблюдайте установленные временные рамки для того, чтобы преодолеть боязнь нехватки времени и предотвратить возможную панику на экзамене.

Задания на соответствие утверждениям

  • Каждый раз, задавая прочитать текст, сокращайте отводимое для чтения время, пока учащиеся не научатся укладываться в нужное время.

  • При поиске ответов на вопросы к тексту обращайте внимание на то, что прежде всего нужно определить ключевые слова в самих вопросах, а затем по ним находить только ту информацию, которая запрашивается, избегая детального прочтения всего текста.

  • Давайте задания такого типа: предложите текст для чтения и задайте вопрос, который не совсем подходит к тексту, и попросите учащихся изменить либо текст, либо вопрос так, чтобы они соответствовали один другому.

Задания на полное понимание прочитанного

  • Регулярно давайте задания прочитать текст и ответить на вопрос, проверяющий понимание основного содержания, четко обговаривая время и строго соблюдая временные рамки выполнения задания.

  • Давайте задания на нахождение по ключевым словам той части текста, где содержится необходимая информация.

  • Давайте задания на формирование умения «читать между строк» — делать выводы и интерпретировать прочитанное.

Как же можно построить урок таким образом, чтобы он не только был интересным и мотивирующим, но и отвечал требованиям подготовки к экзаменам? Джим Скривенер, автор книги «Учимся учить» (а эта методика широко используется в мире в первую очередь из-за простора для творчества и учителя, и учащихся, без из перегрузки), предлагает строить урок так: «заставка урока» — «творческое чтение» — «занавес — подведение итогов».

Творческое чтение


Основной целью обучения иностранным языкам на современном этапе является формирование коммуникативно-когнитивной компетенции, поскольку язык есть средство общения. Эта компетенция обеспечивает способность учащихся к межкультурному общению, способность вступать в равноправный диалог с носителями языка, но, как показывает практика, научить полноценному общению на иностранном языке без обучения чтению невозможно. Надеюсь, что эти рекомендации помогут и учителям, и школьникам не только успешно сдавать экзамены, но и привнесут в процесс обучения разнообразие и элементы творчества с тем, чтобы каждый ученик мог сказать:
 «Читать на английском не только обязательно, но и увлекательно!»

Начало формы

Раздел 2 (задания по чтению) ОГЭ

Прочитайте тексты и установите соответствие между текстами и их заголовками: к

каждому тексту, обозначенному буквами A-G, подберите соответствующий заголовок,

обозначенный цифрами. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании

есть один лишний заголовок.

1. А place to see history 5. А healthy form of transport

2. An easy way to рау for the trip 6. Popular tourist routes

3. А contrast to the dark city 7. Named after its form

4. Capital experts 8. Why driving on the other side

А. The London Underground is the quickest and easiest way of getting around the

city. Today it is as important а landmark of the capital as Big Ben or the London

Еуе. The underground is often called the Tube because of its shape: tube shaped

tunnels, stations and trains. The Tube became an official name for the first time in the

early 1900s, after the Central London Railway (now the Central Line) was named the

Twopenny Tube.

В. In 1956 the red London double-decker bus appeared on the London streets for the first

time. At that time, the London buildings had gone black because of smoke from the

coal used for heating. What’s more, due to the local climate and lack of wind, there

was always fog in the city. Under such gloomy circumstances, the bright-red London

double-decker bus became а sensation! In the past 50 years, the red double-decker has

become an icon of London.

С. Oyster is an electronic smart card ticket. Regardless of whether you live in London, or

you are а tourist, а day trip visitor, or а regular visitor to the capital, the Oyster Card is

definitely the easiest way to travel around the London Transport system. Simply touch

the card on the yellow reader to get through the Tube gates or board other London

puЬlic transport. The card doesn’t even need to bе removed from your purse or wallet

to work.

D. The London Transport Museum is worth visiting. Entrance is not free but the price of

for а year pass is more than reasonable. The exhibitions displayed in the museum

present London transport in its historical context. There are more than 80 vehicles,

including а red London bus and the world’s first Underground train. The galleries are

full of interactive exhibit’s for young people to play on — including real buses and

trains!

Е. In London there are around 23 000 taxis. The taxi drivers know every comer of London

because ,all of them have to take an exam, called the Knowledge. This exam supposes

that the candidate driver can recognize most of the 20 000 London streets and knows

how to choose the shortest route between two points. Each taxi driver should also

know all the parks, cinemas, theatres and museums in the city.

F. Over the last few years, · cycling around London has been getting more and more

popular. The reasons are obvious — there is no ‘carbon waste’ and it prevents obesity

and heart disease. For tourists, it is often also the quickest and the easiest way to see

London, with the bonus of getting some exercise. The casual user hires а bike at one

of the numerous bike stations, rides it where he or she wants and then returns it to any ·

of the docking stations.

G. lf you’ve ever been to Britain, one of the: first ·things you will have noticed is that the

British drive on the wrong side of the road. They drive on the left! The reason for this

goes back to the days when people travelled on horses. Most people are right-handed

and the left is the natural side to ride on if you are on horseback — you need your right

hand to hold а sword in case of any trouble.

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А Christmas Story

It happened а few days before Christmas. John and Alice were on their way home from visiting

their daughter at college. The drive was long and exhausting.

Alice was thinking about the money they had given for their daughter’s last semester. It was

а big sum for their family. Alice realized that they had no money for the next semester fee. She

was in despair. ·

On their way home they stopped at а small town market. Alice got out of the car· to walk а

little. Suddenly an old woman approached her. She asked Alice to buy an old brass teapot*. Alice

took the heavy teapot and gave the woman the money that she had asked for. .

Alice got into the car and placed the teapot on the back seat. She didn ‘t need the teapot but

she could not refuse the old woman. The car set off and the rest of the way John and Alice argued

about the money. John was angry with Alice because of her last purchase.

John’s arguments were powerful. The family’s budget was not at all promising. They had а lot

of electric and gas bills to рау. What’s more, they had recently bought а new refrigerator. And the

college fee ate up а good part of their budget. Alice kept silent.

. When they arrived home, Alice decided to make tea. She found out that their electric tea kettle

was broken and put the new brass teapot on the stove. When the tea was getting ready, they

heard а door bell. It was Мr. Ramson, their neighbour. The old man lived alone and there were

no relatives and friends to support him in town.

Alice invited Mr. Ramson in for some tea. At the table Mr. Ramson asked Alice and John if

they could lend him some money. H1s only granddaughter, whom he loved dearly, lived far away

and he wanted to visit her for the coming Christmas. Alice sighed but John, suddenly, nodded his

head in agreement. Mr. Ransom thanked John and went home happy.

Alice . was alone in the kitchen washing up after tea. She was thinking how to cut down their

expenses if they gave the money to the old man. Suddenly she heard а sound of something

dropping into the teapot. Alice took the teapot and, to her great surprise, she found two ;(50 notes

inside. She called John to ask if he had bу mistake dropped them into the teapot. John looked at

her in surprise but answered that he had not.

At that moment Alice knew what to do. She removed the banknotes from the teapot and ran

to Мr. Rainson.

When she came home, John smiled and gave her а warm kiss. The same dropping sound

repeated. It came from the teapot. When Alice opened the top, she found а banknote inside.

Christmas Magic! They could not understand how it worked, but the teapot produced some

banknotes every time they were kind to each other and helped people around.

They put the brass teapot on the shelf in the kitchen and never used it for making tea. When

their daughter came for Christmas, she could hardly recognize the house. The furniture was the

same but the house looked warmer and cozier than before. Her parents did not argue about money

any more.

When she asked where the money for her education had come from, they said it was а Christmas

present from old Mr. Ramson.

*А brass teapot- медный чайник

10. Alice was upset because they had failed to рау for her daughter’s studies.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

Ответ:

11. The old woman gave the brass teapot to Alice as а present.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

Ответ:

12.In the car Alice and John had а quarrel over the brass teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

Ответ:

13. At home Alice made tea in her new brass teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

Ответ

14.Mr. Rampson’s granddaughter visited him last Christmas.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

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15. Alice found some money in the teapot.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

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16.The brass teapot worked wonders only during Christmas.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

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17. Alice and John gave the brass teapot to Old Mr. Ramson.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

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