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Biology 密集課程:SAT Subject Test / AP

  • 2017-07-17
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  • 國外知名大學申請多半在SAT考試外,需要額外 2 ~ 3 科 SAT Subject 測驗成績。因此大學堂英文教學團隊,特別為苦於找不到合適的 SAT Subject 課程的同學們,開設密集衝刺課程,擬定策略,以「事半功倍」為原則,協助大家盡快達標。

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    106 指考 - 作文猜題

  • 2017-06-28
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  • Hall Learner
  • 大學堂團隊一致認為今年指考仍以吻合「時事脈動」的命題式作文為重。花了幾小時討論後,清單出爐了,立馬和大家分享吧 😊。建議搭配「學測作文猜題」一起看喔。




    TOPIC 1:從美國大選、國內年金改革、法國大選等紛擾對立發想:

    說明:許多人都說現在的社會日益冷漠,你贊成嗎?請寫一篇英文作文說明。第一段寫出你是否認同這個說法,並舉出自己或他人的親身經歷來支持你的說法,第二段根據你的觀點,寫出如何改善這樣冷漠的情況或是讓社會更有人情味。
    註 這題目也可換個說法,如:「冷漠」造成的危機或對社會的影響 / 該如何改善這現象。

    TOPIC 2:從推陳出新的通訊科技發想:
    說明:第一段:請介紹一個你常使用的app的功能。第二段:請說明這個app 對你的生活所帶來的影響。

    TOPIC 3:從陸客不來,政府積極向各國遊客招手發想:

    說明:下列圖表為某年來台觀光之外籍旅客原居住地分布統計表,請依據圖表內容,撰寫一篇文長約 150 字的短文。文分兩段,第一段先就外籍旅客原居住地之分布狀況加以說明,第二段則對觀光局(Tourism Bureau)提出旅遊改進之相關建議。
     
    TOPIC 4:從去年的「寶可夢」,到今年「指尖陀螺」和從 IG 延燒起的「BLING! BLING! 獨角獸瘋」等各種風潮發想:

    說明:假如你有機會創造一個節日,第一段請說明你會在何時發起什麼節日呢?為什麼?第二段請說明你將如何慶祝這個節日,要邀請大家參與哪些活動呢?

    TOPIC 5:再來一個正經八百的題目

    說明:"Every obstacle is an opportunity." 第一段請說明你同意這句話嗎?為什麼(不)?第二段請用你的生活體驗來驗證你的論點。




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    106 指考 - 時事單字猜題

  • 2017-06-26
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  • Hall Learner

  • 又到了考驗大學堂團隊「神機妙算」功力的時候了。經過一番 “brainstorming” 腦汁時間後,清單出爐了。立馬和大家分享囉!建議搭配 「學測時事單字猜題」一起看,效果加乘呵 ~ ~

    ■ TOPIC 1:勒索軟體 WannaCry
    cyberattack (n) 網路攻擊;hacker (n) 駭客;demand (n) (v) 要求;ransom (n) 贖金;virtual (adj) 虛擬的;currency (n) 貨幣;extort (v) 勒索;restore/ retrieve (v) 取回;access (n) 通道 + to N (v) 取得;outbreak (n) 爆發;infect (v) 感染;freeze (v) 凍結/ (電腦)當機;paralyze (v) 癱瘓;cripple (v) 使跛腳/ 嚴重削弱;exploit (v) 利用;vulnerability (n) 弱點漏洞;flaw (n) 瑕疵缺點;block N from Ving 阻擋...做...;install (v) 安裝;remedy (n) 治療/ 補救方法 (v) 補救矯正;procedure (n) 程序;update (v) 更新;eliminate (v) 消除

    ■ TOPIC 2:通靈少女

    shoot (v) 拍攝(-shot-shot);plot (n) 劇情;script (n) 劇本;mobilize (v) 動員;cast (n) 卡司;crew member (n) (船/飛機)全體人員/ 劇組工作人員;premiere (v) (n) 首映;dazzle (v) 使炫目讚嘆;highlight (v) 強調凸顯 (n) 亮點高潮;depict/ portray A as B (v) 將A描繪(述)成B;depiction/ portrayal (n) 描述(繪);interpret (v) 口譯/ 詮釋;feature (n) 特色 (v) 以…為特色/ 有…/ 主演;psychic (n) 靈媒 (adj) 鬼魂的/ 通靈的;possess (v) 擁有/ (鬼魂) 附;spirit (n) 精神/ 鬼魂;destiny (n) 命運;innate/ inherent (adj) 天生固有的;supernatural (adj) 超自然的/ 靈異的;invisible (adj) 看不見的;present (v) 呈現 (adj) 出現的/ 在場的;presence (n) 出現;skeptical/ suspicious (adj) 懷疑的;suspect (v) 懷疑 (n) 嫌疑犯;superstition (n) 迷信;superstitious (adj) 迷信的;temple (n) 寺廟;folk (adj) 民間的;ritual (n) 儀式;religious (adj) 宗教的/ 虔誠的;authentic (n) 真實的;spooky/ creepy (adj) 可怕的;consult (v) 諮詢諮商;guidance (n) 引導;diversify (v) 使多元化;tolerant (adj) 寬容的;tolerable (adj) 可以忍受的;tolerance (n) 寬容;prosperity (n) 繁榮興旺;wellbeing (n) 幸福

    ■ TOPIC 3:民俗療法 (folk remedy)/ 豬哥亮/ 溫翠蘋的妹妹

    alternative (adj) 另類的/ 替代的;treatment/ therapy (n) 治療;properly/ appropriately (adv) 合適地/ 適當地;inform (v) 告知 sb of sth;notify (v) 通知 sb of sth;discontinue (v) 中斷;conventional/ traditional (adj) 傳統的;formal (adj) 正式的;complement/ supplement (v) 補充;mislead (v) 誤導;take sth out of context/ misrepresent/ distort (v) 扭曲;misunderstand (v) 誤解;harmful/ adverse (adj) 有害的/ 不利的;toxic/ poisonous (adj) 有毒的;deadly/ lethal/ fatal (adj) 致命的;symptom (n) 症狀;diagnose (v) 診斷 sb be diagnosed with 病;diagnosis (n) 診斷;prescribe (v) 開處方簽;prescription (n) 處方簽;guarantee (v) (n) 保證;concrete/ solid (adj) 具體的;proof/ evidence (n) 證明;survival (n) 生存/ 存活;inaccurate (adj) 不正確的;deceive (v) 欺騙;deception/ fraud/ scam (n) 欺騙;eloquent/ articulate (adj) 能言善道的;peddle (v) 兜售;put off/ delay/ postpone (v) 延遲耽擱;deprive/ rob/ strip sb of sth 剝奪某人某物;danger/ peril/ jeopardy/ hazard (n) 危險;perilous/ hazardous (adj) 危險的;intensify (v) 加劇;turn down/ reject/ refuse/ decline (v) 拒絕;pass away/ decease (v) 死亡;surrender to N (v) 投降;funeral (n) 葬禮;incurable (adj) 不可治療的;terminal (adj) 末期的;regret (v) (n)後悔;mourn (v) 哀悼;condolence/ sympathy (n) 同情/ 慰問 ex: extend sympathy/ condolence to sb 向…表示同情慰問

    ■ TOPIC 4:假藥/ 過期藥/ 食安相關

    presence/ emergence (n) 出現;counterfeit (adj) 假的 (n) 贗品;version (n) 版本;consensus (n) 共識;voluntary (adj) 自願的;issue (v) 發布;recall (v) (n) 回收下架;pharmacy/ drugstore (n) 藥局;manufacture (v) 生產製造;confirm (v) 確認;confirmation (n) 確認;ingredient (n) 成分;pretend (v) 假裝;disguise (n) (v) 偽裝;deceive/ trick sb into Ving 欺騙某人做某事;replace A with B/ substitute A for B 用A取代B;implement/ carry out/ enforce (v) 實施;routine (n) 例行事務 (adj) 例行的;inspect (v) 檢查;supervise/ oversee (v) 監督;process (v) 處理 (n) 過程; suspect (n) 嫌疑犯 (v) 懷疑;detain (v) 拘留;penalty (n) 罰款/ 處罰;remove (v) 移除;doctor/ forge (v) 偽造竄改;alter (v) 改變;expire (v) 過期;extend (v) 延伸/ 延展;original (adj) 原本的;label (n) 標籤 (v) 貼標籤;apparent (adj) 明顯的;violate (v) 違反;be liable/ subject to N 易受….影響

    ■ TOPIC 5:恐攻/ 難民危機

    unprecedented (adj) 史無前例的;terror (n) 恐怖;recruit/ employ/ hire (v) 招募雇用;enroll (v) 註冊/ 登記加入;mount/ launch (v) 發動(攻擊);terror(ist) attack (n) 恐怖攻擊;explode/ blast (v) 爆炸; explosive (n) 爆裂物 (adj) 爆炸性的;constant (adj) 持續不斷的;alert (n) (v) 警戒;imminent/ upcoming/ forthcoming (adj) 即將到來的;inevitable (adj) 無法避免的;cruel/ ruthless/ brutal (adj) 殘忍的;erupt (v) (火山/ 戰爭/ 衝突)爆發;conflict (n) (v) 衝突;prospect (n) 前景展望;desperate (adj) 迫切的/ 急切的;deploy (v) 部署;monitor (v) 監控;intelligence (n) 智商/ 情報;clue/ lead (n) 線索;deny (v) 否認;denial (n) 否認;be involved in N (v) 參與/ 被捲入;grief (n) 悲傷;unease (n) 不安;despair (n) 絕望;rage/ fury/ indignation (n) 暴怒;convert to Muslim 改信回教;convert (v) 改變;destroy/ ravage/ ruin/ devastate (v) 摧毀;controversy (n) 爭議;controversial (adj) 有爭議的;refuge (n) 避難所;refugee (n) 難民;migrant (n) 移民;displace (v) 遷居; screen (v) 篩檢(疾病)/ 篩選(人才);consequence (n) 後果;hardship/ adversity (n) 困境;civilian (n) 平民老百姓;flee (v) 逃走(-fled-fled);drive/ prompt (v) 驅使; flock/ swarm/ flood into N (v) 湧入…;divide (v) 分開/ 使分歧分裂/ 除(法);division (n) 除/ 分歧;debate (v) (n) 辯論;inconsistent (adj) 不一致的;negotiate with N 和…協商;distribute/ allocate (v) 分配;quota (n) 配額;tension/ strains (n) 緊張緊繃;prioritize national interest 國家利益 優先;generosity (n) 慷慨大方;compassion/ sympathy (n) 同情心;empathy (n) 同理心;tighten (v) 拉緊/ 緊縮;loosen/ relax (v) 放鬆(法令/ 配額);humanitarian (adj) 人道主義的;assistance/ aid (n) 協助;misery (n) 悲慘;sanitation/ hygiene (n) 衛生;malnutrition (n) 營養不良;integrate (v) 整合併入

    ■ TOPIC 6:指尖陀螺 (fidget spinner) 風潮

    amplify (v) 放大加強;capitalize on N 利用…賺錢;craze/ fad/ trend (n) 風潮;fidget (v) 坐立不安 (n) 坐立不安;spin (v) 紡紗/ 快速旋轉;whirl (v) 旋轉;reveal/ disclose/ unveil (v) 透露;事 occur to 人:某人突然想到某事;novel/ innovative (adj) 新奇的;secure (v) 保護/ 獲得 (adj) 安全的;patent (n) 專利;relieve(/release) stress(/pressure) 紓壓;kill boredom/ tedium (n) 無聊;tedious/ dreary (adj) 無聊的;absurd/ ridiculous (adj) 荒謬的;odd/ bizarre/ weird (adj) 古怪的;instill N in sb (v) 灌輸注入;inanimate(adj) 沒生命的;account for N 占…多少/ 解釋;bombard A with B:用B(ex: 新聞/ 廣告)來轟炸A;N come along:(偶然地)發生/ 到來;inadvertently (adv) 不經意地;intentionally/ deliberately/ on purpose (adv) 故意地;breathe new life into N 為…帶來新生命;boast/ characterize/ feature (v) 以…為特色;N take off …突然成功

    ■ TOPIC 7 : 通貨膨脹

    inflate (v) 膨脹;inflation (n) 通貨膨脹;daily necessities/ life essentials (n) 生活必需品;living cost (或 expense) 生活費;rise/ increase (v) (n) 增加;sharply/ steeply (adv) (上升或下降) 幅度很大;soar/ skyrocket (v) 暴增;plunge/ plummet/ drop/ slump (v) 暴跌;make up for N/ compensate for N (v) 彌補;switch (v) 轉換;bargain (n) 便宜好貨 (v) 討價還價;remarkably (adv) 非常地;keep up with N/ catch up with N 趕上…;rate (n) 速率/ 費率/ …率 (v) 評斷;wage/ salary/ pay (n) 薪水;lag behind (v) 落後;wallet (n) 錢包;beat/ blow (v) (n) 打擊;cut back N/ reduce/ decrease (v) 減少;discourage sb from Ving 阻止某人做某事

    ■ TOPIC 8 : 臉書假新聞

    fake (adj) 假的 (n) 假貨;publish (v) 出版/ 發布;gossip (n) 八卦;rumor (n) 謠言;anonymous (adj) 匿名的;reveal/ disclose (v) 顯露;identity (n) 身分;sensational (adj) 轟動的;circulate/ spread (v) (消息的)流通傳播;dispute (v) (n) 爭議;strategy/ tactic (n) 策略;approach (n) 方法 to N;significantly (adv) 顯著地/ 重要地;introduce (v) 引進;persepective (n) 觀點;accuracy (n) 正確度;content (n) 內容/ 目錄 (adj) 滿意的;automatically (adv) 自動地;verify (v) 證實;accelerate (v) 加速;facilitate (v) 促進;acknowledge (v) 承認/ 認同認可;authentic (adj) 真實的;have no alternative but to V原:別無選擇只好...;disable (v) 使殘廢/ 使無法運作;enable (v) 使能夠....;get a grasp on N 清楚理解...;bury (v) 埋葬;outcome (n) 結果;sway (v) 左右影響;block (v) 阻擋 (n) 區塊;screen (v) 篩選/ 篩檢(病);distinguish(或 differentiate) A from B 分辨A/B兩者的不同



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    2017 指考猜題課程 - 單堂

  • 2017-06-04
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  • 考前最後兩周,手邊的題本都已消化完,正四處蒐羅練習材料嗎? 內心忐忑,不知茫茫字海,該將哪些單字納入終極衝刺秘笈嗎? 或萬事齊備,只剩作文急待救援嗎? 這些困擾,我們都了解。考量此刻的你們,分秒必爭,大學堂英文今年首度開設「單堂」、「兩小時」的指考猜題班,濃縮時事、教材精華、寫作教學,協助大家拉抬考前即戰力。

    歡迎撥打諮詢專線:0970-511-609,預約指考猜題教學,讓我們協助你輕鬆走完升大學的最後一哩路。

    課程長度
    兩小時。為了不占用課堂時間,同學們需提早40分鐘先來寫題。如:九點上課的同學,8:20需到班寫題,9點到11點再由老師傳授破題功夫。

    教學內容
    猜題班教材涵蓋以下題型,緊扣時事脈動,讓你快速掌握命題趨勢與考點。
    ■ 詞彙選擇,40 題
    ■ 綜合選擇兩篇,10 題
    ■ 文意選填一篇,10 題
    ■ 篇章結構一篇,  5 題
    ■ 寫作教學一篇
    在老師的提點下,用1到3級難度的單字,寫完一篇通順且內容紮實的作文。作文教學以命題式作文為主,若想加練圖表作文、雙主題作文、書信作文等題型,可於課後和老師預約上課時間。
    ■ 時事猜題單字講義
    時事猜題單字講義內搜羅了如:年金、核食、勒索病毒、民俗療法、偽藥、指尖陀螺、通靈少女等熱門主題單字。

    可開放預約的時段

    請來電洽詢 0970-511-609

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    費  用
    原則上,兩人成班。建議同學自行組班,也可由大學堂英文協調成班。
    兩人家教:每小時 1350 元/ 每位
    單人家教:每小時 1600 元/ 每位

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    歌詞創作教學分享 2 :Sara Jackson-Holman - Come Back to Me

  • 2017-05-12
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  • 繼「小說摘要和插畫創作」後,這回,Morrison 小弟的學習觸角伸向了「歌詞創作」 。隨著課程推進,他漸漸掌握了歌詞創作的要素,如:押韻、明喻、暗喻等,但最重要的是解放想像力,藉著文字容易令人上癮的鏗鏘音律,訴說一則又一則故事。
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  • 歌詞創作教學分享 1

    繼「小說摘要和插畫創作」後,這回,Morrison 小弟的學習觸角伸向了「歌詞創作」 。隨著課程推進,他漸漸掌握了歌詞創作的要素,如:押韻、明喻、暗喻等,但最重要的是解放想像力,藉著文字容易令人上癮的鏗鏘音律,訴說一則又一則故事。

    接著就來和大家分享 Morrison 改編的第一首歌詞吧!第一首為澳洲創作才女 Sia 的作品:Unstoppable。 Video 中為 Morrison 填上的新詞。而影片下方,新版和原版歌詞並陳。右邊為 Sia 的大作,左邊為 Morrison 實驗性的創作。改寫後的歌詞,每句字數都和原歌詞相同,但整體故事可說是「完全走味」了哈 ~ ~。
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    106 學測英文:作文分享

  • 2017-01-24
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  • 106學測作文讓押寶「命題式作文」的大學堂教學團隊有些小失望,呵。今年的題型走了回頭路,睽違兩年的四格作文再次重出江湖。然而,同學們卻是兩樣情喔。他們普遍反應,應考時,看到這「親民的」連環圖,頓時嘴角隱隱上揚,腦中也浮現學測班練習和背誦過的幾回作文。他們援用了當中部分字詞、句構、劇情,完成了「料多梗足」的作品。

    感謝學測衝刺課程 成功高中連同學 的分享。

    考試才剛結束就已開啟指考作戰模式的他,努力尋回記憶脈絡,為大家重現了他的作文文稿。經過老師的提點和細部潤飾後,下文就是他最終的心血結晶囉。

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    This morning, seeing the warm sunlight flood into the living room, Dad said, “What a beautiful day! Let’s go on a long-expected family trip.” Mom and I let out shouts of joy. After finishing packing, Mom and I handed all the luggage to Dad and he put it into the car trunk. Off we went to embark on our exciting adventure.

    Twenty minutes into our trip, we were stuck in a severe traffic jam. Hundreds of cars stranded on the highway formed a winding dragon and transformed the road into a big parking lot. It turned out that a taxi collided with a truck. Getting out of their damaged vehicles, the two drivers erupted into a fierce argument over who should be held accountable for the unpleasant incident and most importantly the compensation. After hours of sitting in a barely moving line of traffic, some impatient drivers kept sounding their horns while others groaned, shouted insults, and yelled, “Move your cars to the road shoulder. Don’t get in our way and waste our precious time.” Hearing that, the embarassed drivers apologized to everyone for the incovenience they had caused and had their cars towed away. After the farce came to an end, we got on the road again. One hour later, we arrived at our destination – the Taipei Zoo- only to find a vast sea of visitors flocking in front of the main gate. I shook my head in disbelief.

    An idea flashed into my mind. Instead of waiting in the seemingly endless line and squeezing through the entrance to join the birthday party of Yuan Zai, the lovely baby panda, I suggested my parents to go picnicking at the nearby riverside park. Wandering around for a while, we finally chose a shading patch of grass under a tree as our ideal picnic spot. Dad and I went to buy some cold drinks while Mom half-opened the lids of the food containers to prevent the sandwiches from going soggy. The ketchup and salad dressing made Mom’s hands sticky so she went to the restroom to clean herself up. As all of us were away, the delicious smell drifting in the air tempted the hungry monkey down. After stuffing a big plastic bag with apples and his favorite snacks, the greedy animal grabbed his rewards, climbed back to the tree and hid in the branches.

    Returning to the picnic site, we were shocked to see the basket empty and the blanket in a terrible mess. Suddenly, I was hit hard on the head by the apple cores coming from out of nowhere. Looking up, we saw a monkey flashing a naughty grin and making faces at us. We came to realize it was the monkey that stole our food and ruined our picnic. Rather than hunting down the “shameless thief,” we looked at each other and burst into roaring laughter. This episode did make our outing unforgettable.

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    As a senior, I spent every waking moment burying myself in piles of books to excel in the college entrance exam. Meanwhile, my parents, both of whom had a tight schedule, seldom went back home before 2 a.m. Therefore, we barely have time to hang out together, engage in an interesting conversation or sat at the table to feast on delicacies. This morning, seeing the warm sunlight flood into the living room, Dad said, “What a beautiful day! Let’s go on a long-expected family trip.” Mom and I let out shouts of joy. After finishing packing, Mom and I handed all the luggage to Dad and he put it into the car trunk. Off we went to embark on our exciting adventure. 

    Twenty minutes into our trip, we were stuck in a severe traffic jam. Hundreds of cars stranded on the highway formed a winding dragon and transformed the road into a big parking lot. It turned out that a taxi collided with a truck. Getting out of their damaged vehicles, the two drivers erupted into a fierce argument over who should be held accountable for the unpleasant incident and most importantly the compensation. After hours of sitting in a barely moving line of traffic, some impatient drivers kept sounding their horns while others groaned, shouted insults, and yelled, “Move your cars to the road shoulder. Don’t get in our way and waste our precious time.” Hearing that, the embarrassed drivers apologized to everyone for the inconvenience they had caused and had their cars towed away. After the farce came to an end, we got on the road again. One hour later, we arrived at our destination – the Taipei Zoo- only to find a vast sea of visitors flocking in front of the main gate. 

    Not wanting to wait in the seemingly endless line, I shook my head in disbelief and looked down at the heavy picnic basket in my hand. Right at this moment, an idea flashed into my mind. Instead of squeezing through the entrance to join the birthday party of Yuanzi, the lovely baby panda, I suggested my parents to go picnicking at the nearby riverside park. Wandering around for a while, we finally chose a shading patch of grass under a tree as our ideal picnic spot. When Mom spread the picnic blanket, I told her that I forgot to bring my favorite black tea and Dad and I would like to buy some in the nearby convenience store. Mom replied, “Go ahead,” while she half-opened the lids of the food containers to prevent the sandwiches and hamburgers from going soggy. The ketchup and salad dressing made her hands sticky so she went to the restroom to clean herself up. As all of us were away, a gust of strong wind blew all the lids away. The delicious smell drifting in the air tempted the hungry monkey down. The greedy animal scrambled to stuff the big plastic bag with apples, chicken pies, and chocolate cakes. Unable to resist the temptation of the ripe bananas, he even stopped to eat some. Feeling content, the monkey grabbed the heavy bag, climbed back to the tree and hid in the branches. 

    As we returned to the picnic site, we were shocked to see the basket empty and the blanket in a terrible mess. When we wondered what had happened, I was hit hard on the head by the apple cores coming from out of nowhere. Looking up, we saw a monkey flashing a naughty grin and making faces at us. We came to realize it was the monkey that stole our food and ruined our picnic. Dad and I ran after the “shameless thief,” trying to get back some of our foods, but our half-hour hunt ended in failure. Hearing her stomach growling loud, Mom said, “I know there is a famous restaurant just across the street. How about having lunch there?” I nodded in silent agreement, looking quite exhausted. Today just wasn’t our day!     





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