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浙江省宁波市2016届高三上学期期末考试英语试题

宁波市2015-2016学年第一学期期末考试
高三英语试卷
I卷(选择题部分:共80分)

第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分)
第一节:单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10分)
从A、B、C和D四个选项中, 选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
1. — Tom, you have failed the driving test again.
 — _______ I don’t care. I will have another chance soon.
A. How come?       B. So what?          C. What if?    D. Guess what?    
2. Throughout his childhood, the young boy was fascinated with _______ idea that the human body is a “complex machine”, _______ idea he got form a gift book.
A. the; an         B. the; the         C. an; an             D. an; the    
3. It is reported that the robot can finish _______ it is told to do.
A. no matter what     B. however   C. no matter how     D. whatever
4. Most people believe that a student with an extremely_______mind usually gets high scores at school.
A. sharp            B. shallow          C. narrow            D. awful
5. _______ that he had broken the flower vase his father liked most, his heart beat wildly.
A. Realizing         B. Having realized  C. When he realized    D. He realized
6. How long do you suppose it is _______ he arrived here?
   A. when    B. before    C. after    D. since
7. Can you tell me who will attend the meeting _______ tomorrow in our hotel?
   A. held             B. will be held        C. to be held      D. being held
8.—The woman biologist stayed in Africa studying wild animals for 13 years before she returned.
—Oh, dear! She _______ a lot of difficulties!
A. may go through                      B. must have gone through
C. ought to have gone through              D. might go through
9. Mozart’s birthplace and the house _______ he composed ‘The Magic Flute’ are both museums now.
   A. where            B. when    C. there              D. which
10. Not until she left home and went to college _______ to know how much she loved her mother.
   A. had she begun      B. she had begun  C. she began          D. did she begin
11. I like the baby living next to us very much, who will smile at you whenever _______.
   A. praise            B. praised            C. praising            D. to praise
12. Don’t you think it is time that we _______ to our dormitory?
   A. would return        B. returned           C. return    D. will return
13. You are expected to copy the words in the passage that _______.
   A. have underlined       B. had been underlined 
   C. had underlined       D. have been underlined
14. There were so many people in the hall then that I could hardly _______ my sister.
   A. bring out           B. turn out    C. pick out   D. call out
15. _______, he is a man of high intelligence, and I think you can rely on him.
   A. Obviously          B. Unfortunately  C. Eventually   D. Frequently
16. From self-driving cars to deep sea explorers, more and more of humans’ tasks are being _______ by robots.
   A. taken off   B. taken down   C. taken in    D. taken over
17. We all consider _______ of great importance that we should combine theory with practice.
   A. this    B. which             C. it     D. that
18. This is the first time that the organization has named a color after a _______ from a film.
A. person    B. figure    C. character   D. celebrity      
19. Do you have any idea _______ with his new job?
   A. how he is getting on      B. how is he getting on   
   C. what he is getting on                      D. what is he getting on
20. As we know, his father is a very famous scientist in physics. But what you don’t know is that he _______ as a farmer for five years.
   A. has worked   B. worked   C. had worked   D. works

第二节:完形填空(共20 小题;每小题1分;满分20分)
阅读下面短文, 掌握其大意, 然后从 21~40 各题所给的四个选项 (A、B、C和D) 中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
God wants you to be happy. It’s a simple idea, but a complicated reality.
When traveling to Rwanda to find out the   21   of a new orphanage(孤儿院),I found children who had been injured physically and   22   from their families. But I also found something   23  : children who seemed to be truly happy. No   24   they had shed(流)many tears,   25   most of them were not sad or angry. They played, sang, and   26   the company of their fellow orphans.
I also met Fred Nkunda, a Ugandan man who was   27   with joy despite his poverty, and long hours of working for a small salary. A few years later, he   28   cancer, but while he lived, he wore a big   29   as he selflessly gave himself to others. The same was true for a young Canadian couple who   30   their lives to the mission work(布道).
When I came home, I noticed a sharp   31  . Most Americans lacked the   32   that those Rwandan children and mission workers owned. Despite great wealth, modern conveniences and other endless material blessings, people here were   33   to each other, exhibited impatience, and expressed their   34  . How could this be?
Somewhere along the way, many of us in America have   35   something. We have   36 
experience happiness— real happiness that comes from within and flows to others. And it’s not just missing in “the world”. It’s in short   37   in our homes, businesses, and churches.
  38   is actually a personal character. We understand the   39   of love, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. But happiness? It is   40   ignored or considered as unachievable in this life.
21. A. secrets B. directions C. situations   D. choices
22. A. learned B. separated C. protected D. judged
23. A. unchallenged  B. unconcerned C. uncivilized D. unexpected
24. A. doubt B. matter C. wonder D. way
25. A. or B. for C. but D. so
26. A. ignored B. enjoyed C. forgot D. sought
27. A. impressed B. concerned C. blessed D. filled
28. A. called for  B. suffered from C. worried about D. escaped from
29. A. smile B. sign C. watch D. ring
30. A. reduced B. donated C. devoted D. returned
31. A. difference B. disagreement C. similarity D. agreement
32. A. fortune B. talent C. courage D. joy
33. A. honest B. cold C. close D. sincere
34. A. independence B. appreciation  C. discontent  D. uncertainty
35. A. lost B. created C. learned D. achieved
36. A. managed to B. struggled to C. hurried to D. failed to
37. A. supply B. education C. pride D. interest
38. A. Kindness B. Failure C. Happiness D. Regret
39. A. result  B. necessity C. existence D. source
40. A. hardly  B. purposely C. partly D. easily
第二部分:阅读理解(第一节20小题,第二节5小题;每小题2分, 满分50分)
第一节:阅读下列短文, 从每题所给的四个选项 (A、B、C和D) 中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
A
 Around the world, people are satisfying their thirst with bottled water. In the past 10 years, sales in Asia and South America have greatly increased. In 2007, people in the United States drank more than 8 billion gallons of bottled water. The United States now uses up the most bottled water in the world, followed by Mexico, China, and Brazil. Compared to sugary soft drinks, this seems a healthy choice. But is it a wise one?
A single-serve water bottle offers great convenience. It can be bought almost anywhere, carried around for a while, and then thrown away. The influence of bottled water on the environment, however, is surprising. Around 2.7 million tons of plastic are turned into disposable bottles each year. This requires large quantities of crude oil(原油) and water. It also produces greenhouse gases. Although the bottles can be recycled, only a small part of them are. The United States only recycles about 23 percent. The rest are part of a growing solid waste problem.
Convenience isn’t the only reason for bottled water’s rise in popularity. Words like “pure”, together with images of mountains or glaciers(冰川), are used to market bottled water. Many people believe that it must be cleaner and more healthful than tap water from public water systems. But this is a wrong idea. In developed nations such as the United States and in Europe, rules that ensure safe water are often stricter for tap than for bottled water.
It may come as a surprise that as much as 40 percent of the water bottled in the United States starts out as tap water. Before bottling, some companies filter it, and they might add minerals for taste.
Despite its low origins, bottled water can cost anywhere from 240 to 10,000 times more per gallon than tap water. Is the bottle ever better?
Bottled water has spread around the world. While it is an important source of safe drinking water, we should not lose sight of a more environmentally friendly source: the water that comes out of our taps.
41. What’s the author’s purpose in Paragraph 1?
A. To correct some wrong views on bottled water.     
B. To explain which countries lead in bottled water use.
C. To show that bottled water is popular all over the world.   
D. To convince readers that bottled water is better than sugary soft drinks.
42. According to the text, what is the main problem with bottled water?
A. The poor quality of the water sources.              
B. The waste associated with bottled water.
C. The difficulty in transporting the bottles.
D. The amount of water required to fill the bottles.            
43. Why are words like “pure” used for selling bottled water?
A. To meet government’s laws.
B. To show values of the buyers.
C. To present scientific evidence.
D. To influence people’s choices.
44. What do we know about bottled water in the United States?
A. It comes from glaciers.      
B. It is not so popular as soft drinks.        
C. Around 23 percent of it is recycled each year.   
D. It is usually under less tight control than tap water.
45. What is the author’s attitude towards tap water?
A. Doubtful.   B. Uninterested.  C. Favorable.   D. Optimistic.
B
Do you have those days when you say to yourself, “I don’t need school,” or those days when you don’t feel like rolling out of bed? You’re not alone, but doing well in school will set you up to have the life you want down the road. There are many things you can do to keep yourself motivated in school.
Imagine the life you want as an adult. School may be boring on a day-to-day basis, and some of your classes might feel unimportant right now, but remember that without school, you won’t be able to live the life you want as an adult. Studies have shown that young people working toward clear goals have higher achievements and life satisfaction. Write a list of the things you’d like to be able to provide for yourself as an adult. Some examples of things you want as an adult might include traveling the world, supporting a family, having extra money to see concerts, eat out in fancy restaurants, see plays, etc.
Schedule your study time. If you don’t set yourself up to do well in school, you’ll absolutely hate facing it every day. By creating a regular schedule for after school and the weekends, you’ll bring up your grades, improve your self-confidence, and appreciate school more. What you can do includes setting a patterned routine. Successful people often stick to regular routines to help them stay on task and achieve their goals. Besides, give yourself a break from time to time. Studies have shown that taking a break to recharge when you feel like you’re going to burn out helps improve your productivity.
Reward yourself. If you want to stay motivated in school, you need something to look forward to. Bargain with yourself: if you study for two hours, you can watch your favorite TV show at 8:00. If you get an A on your paper, you’ll take the whole weekend off and just relax. Remember that nobody can work all the time. Give yourself a little time off when you deserve it.
Raise your heart rate. Studies have shown that exercising for as little as ten minutes before handling a task can improve performance by increasing the flow of blood to the brain. The effects can last up to a few hours, so there’s a big payoff for a little bit of exercise. You can do such excise as jumping rope, doing jumping jacks, running in place, or any other simple activity you can do easily in your room.
46. The writer writes this passage in order to help students ___________.
A. love their school life
B. get good grades at school
C. live a healthy life at school
D. keep themselves motivated in school
47. What does the underlined phrase “a big payoff” (last paragraph) most probably refer to?
A. Some exercise before handling a task can help you stay awake for a few hours.   
B. Some exercise before handling a task can make you do well in jumping jacks etc. 
C. Some exercise before handling a task can increase the flow of blood to your brain for a few hours.  
D. Some exercise before handling a task can help you achieve a better performance for a few hours. 
48. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
A. Travelling the world is part of teenagers’ life.
B. It is common and usual for students to feel bored at school.
C. You should give yourself a little time off when you deserve it.
D. Raising your heart rate can decrease the flow of blood to the brain.
49. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. If you are highly motivated, you hardly need any rest.
B. Hours of exercising before dealing with tasks can be helpful.
C. Having clear goals can help young people get higher achievements.
D. Setting a patterned routine can help successful men recharge when necessary.
C
For many years the school system in Finland has been very successful. In the PISA survey, which compares reading, math and science knowledge of 15-year-olds around the world, Finland is not only the top European country but also competes with Asian giants like Shanghai, Singapore and South Korea. But what makes the educational system in this small country so different from others in the western world?
Until the 1960s Finland’s school system had been influenced largely by its neighbor, the Soviet Union. Most students left school after six years; some went on to private school. Only the wealthy ones got a better education. In the middle of the 1960s the Finnish government saw the need to change and modernize their education system if they wanted to be internationally competitive. Lawmakers made a simple decision: a basic school for all the 7- to 16-year-olds. Compulsory education begins at 7. The government makes it possible for all children to attend preschool as well.
Most of Finland’s schools get their money from the government. The people who are in charge of the education system, from teachers to officials are trained teachers, not politicians like in other countries.
Teachers work with their pupils in school as much as possible. When teachers are not with the pupils, they spend a lot of time in schools working on the curriculum and new projects. Schools in Finland are small, at least for international standards. So teachers know every pupil in their school and try everything to succeed with their pupils. That is why dropout rates are low compared to other countries. In contrast to other nations, teachers in Finland are highly respected. Finland selects its teachers very carefully: only talented students go on to a university and receive a master’s degree in education. Finland only takes the best to educate its youth.
All Finnish children, whether they come from the city or the country, whether from a rich or poor family, have the same chances in education. There are not so many differences between the wealthy and poor, as in America or other western European countries. Education experts say that there is very little difference between very good and the worst students. Two thirds of Finnish pupils move on to higher education, the highest rate in the European Union.
50. What did the Finland government do in the middle of the 1960s?
A. They changed the school system.
B. They lengthened preschool education.
C. They encouraged students to go to private school.
D. They learned modern education from neighboring countries.
51. The teachers in Finland ____________.
A. receive special training quite often
B. devote lots of time to their work.
C. try their best to help the dropouts
D. pay more attention to talented students.
52. We can learn from the text that ______________.
   A. the children in Finland are educated equally
B. the children in Finland attend preschool at the age of six
C. the school system in Finland is better than that in Singapore
D. the school equipment in Finland doesn’t meet international standards
53. The author mentions Shanghai, Singapore and South Korea to show________.
A. Asian countries are successful in school education
B. the school system in Finland has been very successful
C. students in these places are better than those in European countries      
D. the educational system in Asia is different from that in the western world 
54. What can be the best title for the text?
A. What Differences European Schools Have      
B. What Good Schools Provide Students with      
C. Why Finland’s School System Is Successful
D. Why Finland’s School System Has Changed
D
On a Saturday morning earlier this September, the world got its first look at the Strati. This electric vehicle is unlike any other currently on the road. It rolls on four wheels, but its body and chassis(底盘) weren’t built in a factory. Instead, Strati’s designers used a technology called 3-D printing. It created those parts of the car in one piece, from the ground up.
“Compared to a typical vehicle on the road, the Strati definitely looks different,” says Greg Schroeder, a senior research engineer at the Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, Mich. He did not work on the new car. His organization studies trends and changes in the auto industry.
It took 44 hours to print the new car at the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago. Over the next few days, the car’s designers installed additional parts. These included the car’s engine, brakes and tires. Then, early on September 13, Jay Rogers climbed into the car, started its engine and drove the vehicle onto the street. Rogers helped found Local Motors. It’s the Arizona-based company behind the Strati. Two weeks later, his team printed a second Strati, and just as fast, at a fair in New York City.
Justin Fishkin, a local Motors official, sees the Strati as a window into the future. Today, car buyers are limited in their choice of a vehicle. They can order only what car companies have already designed. But in the future, he says, you may be able to design your own car online and then get it printed to order.
Manufacturing experts say 3-D printing has begun to revolutionize how they make things. The technology has been around for decades. But these machines used to be so expensive that only large companies could afford them. In the last few years, though, that has changed. Many of the machines are now inexpensive enough for small companies—or even individuals —to own. Some local libraries make them available to the public. High Schools are beginning to use them in classrooms. Wide access to these printers means people can now design and print a wide variety of novel things.
The car’s printer is a one-of-a-kind device.
The technology behind the 3-D printer used in Chicago is an example of additive manufacturing. This process builds solid objects, slice by slice, from the bottom up. (“Strati” means layers, in Italian.) A mechanical arm moves a nozzle from one side to another, back and forth. As it moves, the nozzle deposits a liquid—often melted plastic or metal (but it could be food, concrete or even cells) —that quickly hardens or bonds to become solid or semi-solid. This creates a single, thin layer. Once a layer is complete, the printer starts depositing the next one.
“There’s a lot of interest in 3-D printing in the auto industry,” says Schroeder. Right now, the technology is particularly useful for building models of cars or car parts.
To compete with current auto manufacturers, the 3-D printer would have to increase in a hurry, Schroeder says. By contrast, he notes, a Ford F-150 pickup truck rolls off an assembly line at a rate of roughly one per minute. To print as many Stratis would require many more printers. Schroeder says he doesn’t see 3-D printing soon taking over for such high-volume manufacturing. But, he adds: “Who knows what will happen in the long term?”
Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee designed the 3-D printer used in Chicago. Lonnie Love, a research scientist at the lab, led the effort.
Additive manufacturing often is slow and expensive. It also may produce materials that are unreliable, Love says. So for two years, his team searched for ways to make 3-D printing better. They built new machines and tested them over and over.
All of that work paid off: their new machine is fast and uses less expensive material than earlier printers. In addition, it prints a plastic embedded with fibers of carbon to produce a stronger material. This helps ensure the material won’t crack or break under pressure.
55. Which of the following statements about the first Strati is TRUE?
A. It was born in a car factory in Chicago.
B. It is a pity that it has not run on the street so far.
C. Many senior research engineers worked on it, including Greg Schroeder.
D. All parts of it were not made by using a technology called 3-D technology.
56. According to the passage, when did 3-D first appea  r in the world?
A. A few decades ago
B. Early on September 13
C. On a Saturday morning earlier this September.           
D. At the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago.
57. What can we infer from Paragraph 5?
A. Large companies are always rich enough to buy expensive things.
B. Now High Schools are beginning to use 3-D printers in classrooms.
C. High prices of new products can stop them from being used widely in the beginning. 
D. Wide access to 3-D printers has made it possible for people to order novel things online.
58. What does the word “nozzle” in Paragraph 7 possibly refer to?
A. A part of the 3-D printer.      B. A single, thin layer.
C. A solid or semi-solid object.     D. A person who operates the machine.
59. Why did Lonnie Love make efforts to improve 3-D printing with his team?
A. Because he just was interested in making new things.
B. Because he just wanted to build new machines and test them
C. Because additive manufacturing is always slow but inexpensive.
D. Because additive manufacturing might produce unreliable materials.
60. Which of the following can be the title for this passage?
A. 3-D Printers Are Coming
B. 3-D Printers Are Making Cars
C. 3-D Printers Are Becoming Cheaper
D. 3-D Printers Are Becoming Well- Known
第二节:下面文章中有5个段落需要添加首句(第61—65题)。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E和F)中选出适合各段落的首句,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。
A. Yunnan has a rich and diversified culture and many historical and natural sites.
B. There are two kinds of cultural heritage—one has economic potential, the other does not.
C. A major problem that cultural heritage sites and relics face today is profit-minded officials.
D. The damage that too much tourism brought to Yunnan has raised our awareness of protecting the cultural heritages.
E. Local governments in Yunnan and other provinces should learn from their mistakes if they want to build a better cultural future.
F. The central and local government should realize that cultural heritage means much more than booming tourism and profits.
                        Heritage(文化遗产) for the future
Culturally rich provinces have to strike the right balance between preserving sites and relics and making money.
China may have the second highest entry on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list, but it is still in the primary stages of protecting its cultural heritage sites and relics and faces many problems in preserving them.
 Several months ago, I visited the Hani Terraces, a cultural heritage site also in Yunnan, and was shocked to see the sorry state of what should have been a wonderful culture. The local government pumped huge funds and resources into the site in a failed bid to win the world Cultural Heritage status in 2008. And that seems to have caused the maximum damage to culture and traditions mainly of the Hani and Yi ethnic groups, who are primarily responsible for the terraces.
61. ______________ Cultural heritage is the inner soul of a nation. The most important thing for the governments to do is to strike a healthy balance between protection and exploitation of the sites. This will help preserve culture and make life better for the people.
62. ______________ The first kind can be used to make profits, but only after strict protection measures are taken. Only if cultural heritage is well protected can it bring about long-term economic and social benefits. The second kind has to be preserved in various forms, such as texts, videos and audios. Since we have inherited thousands of texts and relics from our ancestors, it is our duty to pass them down to later generations.
63. ______________ Such officials’ only aim is to make money. They are not bothered about preserving cultural heritage. I once met one such official who asked me what the benefits of protecting cultural heritage were. Obviously, such views lack foresight.
Yunnan province is now planning to seek World Cultural Heritage tags for the Yunnan-Vietnam Railway, the Ancient Tea Route and some very old tea gardens. But before local governments apply to UNESCO they have to change their old practices and take proper decisions that will help preserve the heritage sites in the long run. Besides, they should be open to the views of the people and the media.
64. ______________ These sites and the relics they preserve can help achieve the development of the province and its people if handled properly.
65. ______________ They have to be doubly cautious not to repeat the mistakes that are now threatening the Old Town of Lijiang. A culture cannot be preserved without protecting the people who practice it.
The benefits of a world Cultural Heritage site have to be shared by the people to prevent it from getting ruined.
II卷(非选择题部分:共40分)
第三部分:写作(共两节,满分40分)
第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
    下面短文中有10处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在下面加上该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。
注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
         2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
 
Early on Friday morning, a truck carrying millions of honeybees overturned on a highway in Seattle, Washington. For some unknown reason at 3:30 a.m., the truck suddenly turned down. Unfortunately, the driver was not hurt. The truck held 448 bee homes containing 13.7 millions bees. The bees were being transported from Sunnyside, in central Washington, to a strawberry farm in Lynden, a city locating between Seattle and the Canadian border. The company, who owned the bees, quickly sent beekeepers to save as many bees as they can. Wearing protective suits, he worked for nine hours. Most of the bee homes had been broken. Seven hours after the accident, many of the bee homes were still on the highway. TV reporters had difficult time trying to do their news reports though they had to fight with the bees at the same time.

第二节:书面表达(满分30分)
在日常生活中,我们往往会有各种恐惧,以至于裹足不前;我们需要战胜恐惧,勇敢向前。请以Fight the fear为题,谈谈你对战胜恐惧的理解,并举例说明。
注:1. 请以自身经历为例;
 2. 字数120词左右,开头已给出,不计入词数。

Fight the fear
In our daily life, we have various fears preventing us from moving forward. And overcoming the fears helps us
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宁波市2015学年第一学期期末考试
高三英语参考答案
单项选择:
1-5:BADAC;  6-10:DCBAD;  11-15: BBDCA;  16-20:DCCAB
完形填空:
21-25:CBDAC; 26-30: BDBAC; 31-35:ADBCA; 36-40: DACBD
阅读理解:
(A篇)41---45 CBDDC   (B篇)46---49 DDBC       (C篇)50---54 ABABC
(D篇)55---60 DACADB           任务型阅读: 61---65 FBCAE
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Early on Friday morning, a truck carrying millions of honeybees overturned on a highway in Seattle, Washington. For some unknown reason at 3:30 a.m., the truck suddenly turned down.
                                                                        over
Unfortunately, the driver was not hurt. The truck held 448 bee homes containing 13.7 millions
Fortunately                                                            million
bees. The bees were being transported from Sunnyside, in central Washington, to a strawberry farm in Lynden, a city locating between Seattle and the Canadian border. The company, who
              located                                              which
owned the bees, quickly sent beekeepers to save as many bees as they can. Wearing protective
                                                         could                   
suits, he worked for nine hours. Most of the bee homes had been broken. Seven hours after the
    they
accident, many of the bee homes were still on the highway. TV reporters had ∧ difficult time
                                                                a
trying to do their news reports though they had to fight with the bees at the same time.
                       as/because
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Fight the fear
In our daily life, we have various fears preventing us from moving forward. And overcoming the fears helps us become more confident and make progress.
I used to be afraid of speaking in public. Fearing I would make a fool of myself, I never dared to step up and speak in front of a crowd. Then, in senior 2, a speech contest was to be held in my school. With my teacher’s encouragement, I entered for it and made full preparations for it. But when my turn came, I was so nervous that my heart almost beat out of my throat! Gathering all my courage, I went onto the stage to begin my speech. Luckily, I finished it smoothly. To my surprise, I won the second prize, which greatly built up my confidence. Now I have become more and more confident in expressing myself in public. 
Don’t let the fear take you. Just step forward and you will find you can do it!

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