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Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs:  Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs Slide2:  Vocabulary & Idiomatic Expressions Reading Selection Patterns in Action A Look at the Language Now Hear This! Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs:  Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs Vocabulary & Idiomatic Expressions VOCABULARY:  for Production 1. gesture 英解 a movement of part of the body to express a certain meaning 中解 n. [C] 手勢;姿勢 Elaine made a gesture with her head to show her boyfriend which direction to go. gesture 中解 vi. 作手勢;用動作示意 The policeman gestured with his hands for the motorist to stop. VOCABULARY Slide5:  for Production 2. symbol 英解 someone or something that stands for an idea 中解 n. [C] 象徵 A nation’s flag is usually a symbol of that nation’s ideals. symbolize 中解 vt. 象徵 For most people, their country’s flag symbolizes how they feel about their country. Slide6:  for Production symbolic 中解 adj. 象徵(性)的 Wedding rings are symbolic of the love between two people. symbolically 中解 adv. 象徵性地 There is not much trade between the two countries, but the agreement is symbolically important to their friendship. *be symbolic of...:是……的象徵 .A “V” sign is symbolic of victory. =A “V” sign is a symbol of victory. =A “V” sign symbolizes victory. Slide7:  for Production 3. thorough 英解 careful 中解 adj. 細心的;一絲不苟的 Irene was very thorough in checking her paper for errors before turning it in to the teacher. {同} complete, careful thoroughness n. 徹底;完全 thoroughly adv. 仔細地;徹底地 4. convey 英解 to communicate or transmit 中解 vt. 傳達 Melanie said she would be happy to convey Monica’s message to the teacher. convey one’s feelings傳達人某的感情 Slide8:  for Production 5. distinguish 英解 to tell things or people apart 中解 vt. vi. 區別;辨別 One important goal of religion is to teach people to distinguish between right and wrong. It was not easy to distinguish who it was standing there in the dark. distinction n. 區別;卓越 distinct adj. 分開的;截然不同的;明顯的 {同} different, separate, noticeable distinctive adj. 有特色的;與眾不同的 distinguished adj. 卓越的;傑出的 distinguish A from B 辨別A與B =distinguish between A and B Slide9:  for Production 6. skillfully 英解 in a masterful way 中解 adv. 熟練地;有技巧地 Denny is very good with his hands and repaired the child’s broken toy skillfully. skill 中解 n. [C,U] 技巧;熟練 Learning to listen carefully is a useful skill when studying a foreign language. She plays the piano with skill and deep feeling. Slide10:  for Production skillful 中解 adj. 熟練的;有技巧的 Patsy is a skillful pianist and is very popular worldwide. 字辨:  proficient:表藉著訓練和練習所達到超乎一般水準的嫻熟。  adept:強調帶著天分的精熟。  skilled:與proficient相近,可指對於一項技藝、手藝、藝術 或職業之細節很熟悉。也常指達到老闆所設定之標準的熟練。  skillful:表在執行任務或表演上帶靈巧的精熟。  expert:指帶著知識性之超絕的熟練或異常的精熟。  masterly:除了expert之意,還帶有自信掌控全局的味道。 Slide11:  for Production 7. shoestring 英解 a shoelace, used to fasten a shoe so it stays on one’s foot 中解 n. [C] 鞋帶 Tommy’s shoestrings loosened as he ran down the street. 8. tenant 英解 a renter; a person who pays money for temporary use of a house or land 中解 n. [C] 房客;佃戶 I can’t afford a house in Taipei; I am only the tenant of a small apartment. *on a shoestring:用極少的錢 *tie up one’s shoestring 綁鞋帶 *undo [untie] one’s shoestring 解鞋帶 Slide12:  for Production 9. landlord 英解 a man who rents his house or land to other people 中解 n. [C] 男房東;男地主 Bonnie’s new landlord asked her to pay NT$10,000 as a deposit on the apartment. landlady 中解 n. [C] 女房東;女地主 Tom’s landlady does not allow him to invite girls to his room. 押金;保證金 Slide13:  for Production 10. disapproval 英解 an attitude or behavior showing that one does not like something 中解 n. [U] 不贊成;不喜歡 Janice’s father shows his disapproval of her behavior by becoming completely silent. disapprove 中解 vi. 不贊成 Ray was afraid to tell his parents about his plans because he was afraid they would disapprove. {反}approval {反}approve disapprove of + N /Ving:不贊成;反對 Slide14:  for Production disapproving 中解 adj. 不贊成的 The teacher gave a disapproving look to the student’s question. Slide15:  for Production 11. insulting 英解 unkind or impolite 中解 adj. 侮辱的;無禮的 Elizabeth found it insulting that she had not been invited to her friend’s party. insult 中解 n. [C] 侮辱 She felt it was an insult to be left out of the game by the others. insult v. 侮辱 Slide16:  for Production 12. rejection 英解 refusal; lack of acceptance 中解 n. [U,C] 拒絕 Rejection is very difficult to accept. His book received many rejections before it was finally published. reject 中解 vt. 拒絕 Chester felt very sad when Jennifer rejected his invitation to the party. Slide17:  for Production 13. phrase 英解 an expression; a short group of words 中解 n. [C] 片語;短語 We use the phrase “a walking dictionary” to describe a person who knows many words. 14. seek 英解 to look for 中解 vt. vi. 尋找 三態 (irregular) seek-sought-sought Because of the storm, the mountain climbers were forced to seek shelter for the night. “Seek and you shall find” is an old saying from the Bible. 「尋找的,就必尋見 」 {同} look for, search for Slide18:  for Production 15. candidate 英解 a person who hopes to be chosen by others 中解 n. [C] 候選人 Many people will support him as a candidate for the presidency. candidacy n. 競選資格 總統職位 16. office 英解 an elected position 中解 n. [U,C] 官職;職務 Samantha is very interested in government and plans to run for high public office some day. Bill holds the office of treasurer in the city government. hold office 擔任…的職務 Slide19:  for Production 17. vote 英解 to choose by expressing a preference for 中解 vi. vt. 投票 The citizens of Taiwan vote for their president every four years. The students secretly voted their new teacher the best teacher in the school. vote 中解 n. [C] 選票 The citizens went to the polls and cast their votes. vote for/against… 投票贊成/反對 vote on... 就…舉行表決 take a vote 進行表決 {比較} ballot 無記名的選舉;投票 Slide20:  for Production 18. defeat 英解 to win a victory over another 中解 vt. 擊敗 The home team defeated the visiting team in an important game. defeat 中解 n. [C,U] 失敗 The basketball team experienced 13 defeats in a row. It is not always easy to take defeat well. 坦然接受失敗 Slide21:  for Production 19. surrender 英解 the act of giving in 中解 n. [U] 投降 The soldiers will fight on to the end; there will be no surrender. surrender 中解 vi. vt. 屈服;放棄 Mitzi’s parents finally surrendered and said she could go on the camping trip. The enemy surrendered their position and left the battlefield. surrender to sth. 向…屈服  surrender to justice自首  surrender oneself to the police 投案 Slide22:  for Production 20. crowd 英解 a large number of people gathered together 中解 n. [C] 群眾;人群 Ken does what he feels is right; he doesn’t always go along with the crowd. crowd 中解 vi. vt. 擠;聚集 During rush hour, buses and trains are crowded with passengers. The people crowded onto the train until there was no more room to sit or stand. go with the crowd=follow the crowd 跟隨大眾;順從多數人 Slide23:  for Production 21. stuck 英解 not able to be moved or to move 中解 adj. 困住的;卡住的 They tried and tried, but they could not open the stuck door. stick 中解 vi. 卡住;固定 三態 (irregular) stick-stuck-stuck My car always sticks in first gear when going up a hill. stick around 逗留;徘徊 stick to/with 堅持 stick by sb./sth. 支持某人;信守/堅持某事 Slide24:  for Production 22. gasoline 英解 a form of oil that is used to produce energy in a car 中解 n. [U] 汽油 Let’s look for a gas station because we’ve run out of gasoline. 23. nowadays 英解 in modern times 中解 adv. 現今;時下 Nowadays, people dress more casually than they used to. {同} at the present time Slide25:  for Production 24. suburbs 英解 a residential area near the city 中解 n. [C] 市郊 Their parents were looking for a larger house in the suburbs. suburban adj. 郊外的;偏遠的 {反} urban suburb 若為單數,則指一個特定的郊區區域。the suburbs 指都市四周的郊區,與市中心相對。 Slide26:  for Production 英解 the activity of making plants grow 中解 n. [U] 園藝 Gardening is one of my father’s favorite pastimes. garden 中解 vi. 從事園藝 Chelsea loves to garden on fine spring weekends. 25. gardening do the gardening 做園藝工作 Slide27:  for Production 26. envy 英解 a person whom other people would like to be 中解 n. [U] 羨慕的對象 Alexander was the envy of all his classmates because of his new sports car. envy 中解 vt. 羨慕 It is wrong to envy other people for their success and good fortune. Slide28:  for Production envious 中解 adj. 羨慕的 Amy is envious of the popularity of her older sister. enviously 中解 adv. 羨慕地 “I want a dress just like yours,” Carol said enviously. {比較} jealous 妒忌的 envy和jealousy都是「羨慕」,但jealousy比envy有更強烈的不快情緒。表男女之間的「吃醋」,只用jealousy。 Slide29:  1. curl vt. to bend or twist 捲曲 2. inward adv. toward the inside 向內地 3. alas interj. (literary; old-fashioned) an expression of sadness 哎呀 4. arena n. [C] a large area with seats where sports events are held 競技場 5. hitchhike vi. to travel by getting a ride in a stranger’s car 搭便車旅行 Slide30:  1. all thumbs to be not skillful with one’s hands 笨手笨腳的 Tom seems to be all thumbs when it comes to playing a musical instrument. IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS {同} awkward with one’s hands 2. take it on the chin to face a difficulty or hardship with a brave attitude勇於面對困境 The father is teaching his children not to be afraid of defeat but to take it on the chin. Slide31:  3. get in one’s way to interfere or be an obstacle 妨礙 This chair always gets in my way. Let’s move it over there. IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS 4. go wrong to become something that is not expected 出錯 Follow the instructions carefully and nothing will go wrong. Slide32:  5. do nothing but only be able to 只能(做‥ ‥ ‥ ) At that time, we could do nothing but wait for further news. IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS 6. under one’s thumb under one’s control 受某人控制 Some parents try to keep their children under their thumb. keep...under one’s thumb 使…在某人控制之下 under the control of在……的管理、支配下 Slide33:  7. thumb one’s nose at not accept or agree with 不屑於;嗤之以鼻 Paul thumbed his nose at the coach and practiced in his own way. IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS 8. thumbs down a gesture of rejection 不贊同 That movie got two thumbs down from the movie reviewers. They strongly criticized the acting. 9. thumbs up a gesture of acceptance 贊成 My parents gave me a thumbs up on my plan to study in America. Slide34:  10. thumb a ride to get a free ride by gesturing with one’s thumb 豎起拇指請求搭便車 Henry was out of money, so he thumbed a ride home for the holidays. IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS {同}get a ride, hitchhike 11. a green thumb a natural ability to make plants grow well 園藝技能 Jessica has a green thumb and all the flowers she planted are growing beautifully. WORD STUDY:  WORD STUDY Study the words in the charts. Then fill in each blank with the appropriate form of the word. symbolize v. symbol n. symbolic adj. symbolically adv. Five interlinked circles form the ________of the Olympic Games. This ____________the coming together of athletes from the five major continents. The circles are also _________ of the spirit of cooperation at the games. They ____________ represent the importance of sports as a way of bringing people closer together. symbol symbolizes symbolic symbolically Slide36:  skill n. skillful adj. skillfully adv. It takes a lot of ________to play a musical instrument well. If you wish to become truly _________, you must practice for hours and hours. Only then can you___________ make beautiful music. skill skillful skillfully Slide37:  envy v. envy n. envious adj. enviously adv. If you _______what others have, you will never be happy. That’s because the________ of others makes you dissatisfied with your own life. When you are _________of others, you easily lose your sense of direction. You____________ want what others have rather than count all the blessings in your own life. envy envy envious enviously Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs:  Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs Reading Selection Slide39:  We often use parts of the human body as symbols. For example, we might say “my brother has a good eye for detail” when we want to emphasize [that he is very thorough in doing something]. Or, we can say [someone “took it on the chin”] to convey the idea [that a person faced an unpleasant situation bravely]. use A as B 把A當作B使用 have an eye for... 對…有眼光/鑑賞力 in+V-ing=when+V-ing 在做……時 名詞子句,作idea的同位語;that不可改用which 1 Slide40:  Perhaps no other part of the human body has contributed more symbolic expressions to the English language than the thumb. contribute A to B 貢獻A給B (to是介系詞,其後應接名詞或動名詞) That is because the thumb is the part of the body [that distinguishes humans from apes]. distinguish A from B 區別A與B =tell A from B =distinguish between A and B ⌇ ⌇ ⌇ ⌇ ⌇ ⌇ ⌇ ⌇ ⌇ Slide41:  We can say, in fact, [that the human thumb has made us what we are today]. Without it, humans might not have survived. without + N=but for + N,引導「與過去事實相反之假設」。 The reason is [that the thumb allows human beings to hold things in a different way from other animals], so we can use tools (to make better lives) for ourselves. 要表達「一切事物」可用what = the thing(s) that make + O + OC 2 Slide42:  ■Without+N的用法: 表「條件」:主要子句的動詞要用現在式或未來式;此句型中的without不可用but for代替。 例句.Without a strong will, we can’t achieve anything great. 表「現在事實相反之假設」:主要子句的動詞要用過去式,此句型中的without=but for。 例句.Without his life jacket, that kid might be drowned. 表「過去事實相反之假設」:主要子句的動詞要用過去完成式,此句型中的without=but for。 例句.Without his help, you couldn’t have succeeded then. Slide43:  Luckily, however, the hand developed only one thumb. It is clear [that the thumb is the master of the hand]. Still, there needs to be a balance between the thumb and the other four fingers. Two or more thumbs on one hand would be like two or more cooks in a small kitchen. They would get in each other’s way. 真主詞 虛主詞 3 Slide44:  So, we say [that someone is “all thumbs”] when we want to emphasize [that the person cannot do something skillfully]. There are days [when this happens to all of us], days {when everything [we do] seems to go wrong}. We cannot tie our shoestrings easily. We cannot hit the right keys on the computer. We do nothing but sigh, “Alas, I’m all thumbs today.” Slide45:  Also, if a person is completely controlled by another, we say [that the person is “under his (or her) thumb.”] An employee often finds himself (or herself) “under his (or her) boss’s thumb.” find + O + OC {n., adj., PP, V-ing, p.p.} Tenants often complain about being “under the thumb of their landlords.” 此外:Furthermore, Moreover, In addition, Besides O OC 4 Slide46:  find+O+OC  OC可為名詞(片語)、形容詞、介系詞片語、現在分詞、過去分詞。 1. Eventually we found Sam a big liar. (名詞片語) 2. The beggar was found dead. (形容詞) 3. They found the child in trouble. (介系詞片語) 4. The teacher found John sleeping in class. (現在分詞) 5. Allan found his cat run over by a truck. (過去分詞) Slide47:  Another expression [using the thumb] [with an unpleasant meaning] is when you say [someone “thumbs his nose at” you]. This gesture expresses his or her disapproval of you. It is quite an insulting gesture, so be careful about [whom you thumb your nose at]. 5 Slide48:  Still another negative use of the thumb is as a sign of rejection. And we have a special phrase to express such rejection: “thumbs down.” This phrase is often used when a person cannot get the support [he or she seeks]. 用於三者的舉例 (未限定範圍): One...another...still another.... 有一個…另一個…還有另一個… Some...others...still others... 有些…有些…還有一些… 6 Slide49:  A candidate for political office, for example, lost an election. This means {the people [who voted] gave him a thumbs down}. The expression came from ancient Rome , [where lion fighters fought for their lives in the public arena]. 為…而奮戰 fight—fought—fought Slide50:  A defeated fighter would lower his arms as a sign of surrender. The crowd then decided [if the fighter was to live or die]. If most of the crowd gave him the thumbs up, his life would be spared. But if he got the thumbs down, he would be killed. be to + VR 將要… 饒過;使倖存 Slide51:  Of course, there are good uses for the thumb as well. It might even help you get a ride on the highway. That is because you use your thumb when you hitchhike. 由because引導的表「原因」副詞子句,一定要配合主要子句,不可單獨使用,若要獨立使用,則需補上主要子句It is/That is/This is等。 表婉轉語氣 免費搭乘便車 Slide52:  Just imagine: you find yourself stuck on the road, far from help, because you are out of gasoline. You look down the lonely road, hoping [a car will soon come along] so you can “thumb a ride.” At last you hear a car coming, and you get ready to “stick out your thumb” and hope [that the driver will pick you up]. far from help=away from any help =with no help in sight = , and hope … =give you a ride 搭載… 7 Slide53:  Nowadays more and more people want to live in the suburbs , [where they can enjoy more open space]. There, gardening has become a popular hobby. A person [who has “a green thumb”] often becomes the envy of the neighborhood because he or she can make plants and vegetables grow well. 在 “make+O+OC” 的句型中,OC是一般動詞時,則用原形表示「主動」;OC是形容詞時,表示「狀態」 Slide54:  Neighbors give him or her the “thumbs up” sign when they visit his or her garden. The person [who is all thumbs at gardening] has a lot to learn from the one [who has a green thumb]. 8 Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs:  Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs Patterns in Action PATTERNS IN ACTION:  PATTERNS IN ACTION I. Without + N, S + would/could/might/should(not) have + p.p. II. ...day(s) when + clause Slide57:  這是與「過去事實相反」的假設語氣,中文為「若不是……,就……」。 以下是同義的代換句型: I. Without + N, S + would/could/might/should(not) have + p.p. + Slide58:  Exercise A: Paraphrase the following sentences using “Without ..., ...would/could… (not) have...” and the key words given. The first one has been done for you. 1. Our team won the game because of good teamwork. (teamwork/win) Example: Without it, humans might not have survived. I. Without + N, S + would/could/might/should(not) have + p.p. Without good teamwork, our team would not have won the game. Slide59:  2. It was Dr. Sullivan who saved the little boy’s life. (Dr. Sullivan/live). 3. Sharon was probably the reason why the band sounded so good. (Sharon/sound) 4. The class did not go on the trip because of SARS. (SARS/go) 5. I probably would have attended the meeting if I did not have any homework. (homework/go) Without Dr. Sullivan, the little boy would not have lived. Without Sharon, the band might not have sounded so good. Without SARS, the class would have gone on the trip. Without any homework, I might have gone to the meeting. Slide60:  1. John’s motorcycle a. pass the tests 2. the medicine b. live another day 3. Sally’s microwave oven c. make it to class on time 4. the fan d. sleep well last night 5. the dictionary e. eat cold food for dinner Exercise B: Match the tools in the first column with their functions in the second column. Then write a sentence for each, using “Without..., ...would/could… (not) have...” The first one has been done for you. Slide61:  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Without the medicine, Ella would not have lived another day. Without Sally’s microwave oven, we might have eaten cold food for dinner. Without the fan, I would not have slept well last night. Without the dictionary, I might not have passed the test. Without airplanes, people would not have traveled to distant places. Slide62:  (1)這是由關係副詞when所引導的形容詞子句,修飾先行詞day(s)。 (2)此句型的先行詞,只要是關於時間的名詞都可以。 (3)若將關係副詞when改為 “介詞+which” 時,則視先行詞而定。 ...day(s) when (= on which)... ...year(s) when (= in which)... ...time when (= at which)... ...age when (= in which)... II. ...day(s) when + clause Slide63:  II. ...day(s) when + clause Example There are days when everything we do seems to go wrong. Exercise A: Combine the following sentences by using the pattern above. The first one has been done for you. My parents miss those days. During those days, people knew and talked to their neighbors. 1. My parents miss the days when people knew and talked to their neighbors. Slide64:  Flora’s grandparents often talk about those days. During those days, there were not as many cars and motorcycles. Children love to hear stories about those days. During those days, kings, queens, princes, princesses, and dragons lived. Children love to hear stories about the days when kings, queens, princes, princesses, and dragons lived. 2. 3. Flora’s grandparents often talk about the days when there were not as many cars and motorcycles. Slide65:  As a teenager, I look forward to those days. During those days, I can decide what I want to do and when I want to do it. The teachers are dreaming of those days. During those days, the students behave in class. 5. 4. As a teenager, I look forward to the days when I can decide what I want to do and when I want to do it. The teachers are dreaming of the days when the students behave in class. Slide66:  misses his childhood days when he did not have to worry about anything. Exercise B: Read the following conversations and report what is being said by using the pattern above. The first one has been done for you. 1. Bob: I miss my childhood. Marcy: Why? Bob: That was a time when I didn’t have to worry about anything. Bob Slide67:  2. Kathy: Taipei is a very different city today. Kurt: Really? How so? Kathy: There used to be more green areas than tall buildings. Kurt: Really? Taipei was green once? Kathy: Yes. When my mother was a child. She talks about it all the time. Kathy’s mother talks about the days when there used to be more green areas than tall buildings in Taipei. Slide68:  3. Ross: Are you coming to the party this weekend? Jennifer: Are you kidding? Who has time to party nowadays? Ross: But you used to go to every party in town. Jennifer: That was before I started high school. I can’t do that anymore. Ross: Not anymore? Jennifer: Okay, maybe after I graduate from high school. I’m really looking forward to that. Jennifer is looking forward to the day when she graduates from high school/ she can go to parties. Slide69:  4. Monica: So, what are you going to wear to school on casual Friday? Matt: I can’t decide. Monica: You seem to have a lot of trouble deciding what to wear recently. Matt: I know. It was easier when we were students and wore uniforms. I wish I could bring those days back. Matt wishes he could bring back the days when he was a student and wore a uniform. 5. Grace: Do you want to go out tonight and see a movie? Lisa: I can’t. I have to take care of my children. Grace: You haven’t gone out much since you became a mother. Lisa: Yeah. I can’t wait until my children grow up. Lisa can’t wait for the day when her children are (all) grown up. Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs:  Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs A Look at the Language A LOOK AT THE LANGUAGE:  A LOOK AT THE LANGUAGE Parts of the Hand A LOOK AT THE LANGUAGE:  A LOOK AT THE LANGUAGE Practice: Fill in the blanks with the proper words based on the picture. 1. The___________ is usually used to point at things or give directions. 2. A married person puts his or her wedding ring on the ___________. 3. Pitchers on a baseball team usually have strong fingers and a large _____. 4. Some fortune-tellers read ___________to predict a person’s fortune. index finger ring finger palm palm lines A LOOK AT THE LANGUAGE:  A LOOK AT THE LANGUAGE 5. Your baby has scratches on his face. You’d better cut his _________. 6. Please don’t crack your_________ ! The noise is driving me crazy! 7. Most people wear a watch on their_______ . 8. The police used the___________ on the knife to track down the murderer. fingernails knuckles wrist fingerprints Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs:  Book III Lesson 6 All Thumbs Now Hear This! Slide75:  mess up v. 弄亂 interview n. 面談;面試 committee n. 委員會 manners n. 禮貌 Slide76:  1.Boy: Well, the kitchen’s sure a mess , isn’t it? Girl: How can one person mess up a kitchen like this? Boy: I think I’m just not very skillful when I cook. Question1:Which sentence best describes the boy’s ability as a cook? 2.Girl: How did you do in the job interview? Boy: I think the committee liked me! Girl: So you got the job, did you? Boy: I sure did. Question2: Which sentence best describes what happened in the job interview? NOW HEAR THIS Slide77:  3.Boy: Your garden is just so beautiful. What’s your secret? Girl: There is no secret. I just work very hard in the garden. Boy: But don’t your flowers ever die? Girl: Not if you pay attention and care about them. Question3: Which sentence best describes the girl’s success with flowers? 4. Girl: So, are your parents going to let you go on the camping trip? Boy: Nope, they told me I had to stay home and help clean the house. Question4: Which sentence best describes what the boy’s parents did? Slide78:  5.Boy: Why are you so angry? Girl: Didn’t you see what that new girl Kate just did? Boy: Well, don’t pay any attention to people with such bad manners. Question5: Which sentence best describes what Kate might have done?

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