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    The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is situated on the British Isles . It consists of four parts : England , Wales , Scotland and Northern Ireland .

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    The territory of the United Kingdom is about 244000 square kilometers . The population is over 56 million . The mountains are not very high . The rivers are not very long . The most important of them are the Severn and the Thames . There are many beautiful lakes in the mountainous part of the country

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    The United Kingdom is a monarchy and the Queen is the head of the state . But in practice it is ruled by the elected government with the Prime Minister at the head . The British Parliament consists of two chambers : the House of Lords and the House of Commons .

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    English meals The English usually have 4 meals a day : breakfast , lunch , tea (5 o’clock ) and dinner . Breakfast can be a full « English breakfast » of corn flakes with milk and sugar , or bacon and eggs , toast and marmalade , tea or coffee . Some people , however , have just a cup of tea or coffee with a toast or something similar . This is usually called a « continental breakfast ». At midday everything is stopped for Lunch . Most offices and small shops are closed for an hour and the city pavements are full of people on their way to cafes , coffee , bars , restaurants .

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    Afternoon tea is taken at about 5 o’clock , but it can hardly be called a meal . It is a cup of tea and a cake or biscuits . At the weekends afternoon tea is a special occasion . Dinner is the most substantial meal of the whole day . It is usually eaten at 7 o’clock . The first course may be soup ( though the English don’t like it very much ). The main course will often be fish or meat , perhaps the traditional roast beef of old England and a lot of vegetables . The next course will be something sweet and often baked , such as a fruit pie . Last of all there may be cheese , often with biscuits . On Christmas Day a roast turkey is traditionally cooked for dinner . It is usually followed by Christmas pudding .

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    Press in Britain Probably in no other country are there such great differences between the daily newspapers . On the one hand , there are the « quality » newspapers : The Times , The Independent , The Guardian , The Financial Times and The Daily Telegraph . These concern themselves with factual reports of major national and international events in the world of politics and business , art and sport . In addition to the 12 daily newspapers , there are nine newspapers which are published on Sundays . Besides , nearly every area in Britain has one or several local newspapers .

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    Life of youth in Britain Young people from all walks of life are united according to their interests by the established youth organizations in Britain . These organizations develop because of the contribution of both full-time and part-time youth workers and a great number of volunteers . Young people participate in « expedition courses » lasting 8 , 12 , or 20 days and involving adventurous journeys by land or sea . There are also « specialist courses » for young people aged 17 and over to become involved in work with such groups as the homeless , the elderly and the disabled.

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    London is the capital of Great Britain.

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    It is difficult to speak about the centre of London as of centres, each with a distinct character: the financial and business centre called the City (spelt with a capital C), the shopping and entertainment centre in the West End, the government centre in Westminster.

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    Opposite the Houses of Parliament stands Westminster Abbey.

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    Автор: Губанова Наталья , 8 класс, МОУ «СОШ № 5 с УИОП» г. Старый Оскол Белгородской области Руководитель: Шкрабалюк Елена Ивановна , учитель английского языка



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    Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes Day

    Ex.1

    Guy Fawkes

    King James I

    The Houses of Parliament

    The Tower of London

    Pancake week        Maslenitsa

    a terrorist         террорист

    a guy        чучело

    a bonfire        костер

    gunpowder         порох

    fireworks        фейерверк

    barrels        бочки

    a treason         измена

    a reason        причина

    to catch (caught)        ловить, хватать

    a plot        заговор

    plotters        заговорщики

    to search        искать, обыскивать

    to make laws        принимать законы

    a tunnel        туннель

    a cellar        подвал

    to blow up        взорвать

    to cut off        отрубить


    Ex.2

    Remember, remember,         

    The fifth of _________________        

    Gunpowder, treason and plot.

    For I see no reason

    Why gunpowder ______________        

    Should ever be forgot.

    Knock at the ________        door,

    Ring the bell,

    Have you got a penny for

    Singing so ___________?        

    If you haven’t got a _________        

    A half penny will do.

    If you haven’t got a half penny

    Then God bless _______!!!            

    Ex.3

    1.        Hat

    2.        Guy

    3.        Bicycle

    4.        Fireworks

    5.        Mask

    6.        Pumpkin

    7.        Bonfire

    8.        Parade

    9.        Children playing Trick or Treat

    Ex.4

    On the fifth of November Guy __________ and other plotters tried to _______ up the Parliament and kill King _________ the First. The Houses of ___________ is the place where the laws are made in Britain.

    So, the p________ put 36 b_________ of gunpowder into the c________ under the Houses of Parliament in London. But someone sent the king a secret letter. The King’s soldiers searched the Houses of Parliament and arrested the G_________ Plotters.

    The King and Parliament were safe. But Guy Fawkes was taken to the T_______ of London and there the King’s men ______ off his head.

    Nowadays on November the 5th, British boys and girls celebrate B___________ Night or Guy Fawkes Day. They make a _______ out of old clothes and newspapers.

    The children stand with their “Guys” in the streets and ask people for money: “A _________ for the Guy, please”. They spend money on f____________.

     


    DIALOGUES

    Dialogue 1

    Guy Fawkes: The tunnel under the House of Parliament is nearly ready. Now we need to fill it with gunpowder. Then we can blow the palace up along with the king.

    His friend: How many barrels of gunpowder shall we need?

    Guy Fawkes: Buy 36 barrels and place them into the tunnel.

    His friend: Will everything go exactly to the plan?

    Guy Fawkes: Oh, yes. Tomorrow I am going to kill the King and nothing can stop me!

    Dialogue 2. The King and His Man

    Man:        Your Majesty, there is a plot against you. Somebody wants to kill you.

    The King: Search the Houses of Parliament now.

    Man:        We have already arrested some men and found 36 barrels of gunpowder.


    CROSSWORD

    1.When / Bonfire / is / Night / celebrated?

            a) Four hundred years ago

            b) 1605

            c) On the 5th of November

    2.What / the surname / of the plotters’ leader / was? (Crossword No. 4)

            a) Guy

            b) Fawkes

            c) Foxes

    3.Who / Guy / and his friends / were / Fawkes? They were… (Crossword No. 2)

            a) sailors

            b) peace-makers

            c) plotters

    4.Which King / plan to kill / of England / did / the plotters?

            a) James I

            b) James II

            c) Charles I

    5.What / the plotters / build / did / the Houses of Parliament / under? (Crossword No. 3)

            a) a road

            b) a tunnel

            c) a town

    6.What they / did / put / into the tunnel? (Crossword No. 1)

            a) baskets with vegetables

            b) bowls of fruit

            c) barrels of gunpowder

    7.How many barrels / under the Parliament / of gunpowder / were / found?

            a) 60

            b) 36

            c) 406

    8.Why / Fawkes / was / Guy / caught?

            a) A friend called the police.

            b) Somebody sent a secret letter to a friend.

            c) He asked for a penny.

    9.Where / Guy Fawkes / was / by the King’s men / arrested?

            He was arrested in the … (Crossword No. 7)

            a) palace

            b) cellar        

            c) street

    10.What / British children / do / money for / ask? They ask money for… (Crossword No. 5)

            a) Fireworks        

            b) balloons

            c) kites

    11.Where / the laws / are / in Britain / made? (Crossword No. 6)

            a) in the Tower of London

            b) in Parliament        

            c) in Buckingham Palace

    12.What British festival / is / by burning a Guy / celebrated? (Crossword No. 8)

            a) Christmas

            b) Bonfire Night        

            c) Easter



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    Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes Day

    Ex.1

    Guy Fawkes

    King James I

    The Houses of Parliament

    The Tower of London

    Pancake week        Maslenitsa

    a terrorist         террорист

    a guy        чучело

    a bonfire        костер

    gunpowder         порох

    fireworks        фейерверк

    barrels        бочки

    a treason         измена

    a reason        причина

    to catch (caught)        ловить, хватать

    a plot        заговор

    plotters        заговорщики

    to search        искать, обыскивать

    to make laws        принимать законы

    a tunnel        туннель

    a cellar        подвал

    to blow up        взорвать

    to cut off        отрубить


    Ex.2

    Remember, remember,         

    The fifth of _________________        

    Gunpowder, treason and plot.

    For I see no reason

    Why gunpowder ______________        

    Should ever be forgot.

    Knock at the ________        door,

    Ring the bell,

    Have you got a penny for

    Singing so ___________?        

    If you haven’t got a _________        

    A half penny will do.

    If you haven’t got a half penny

    Then God bless _______!!!            

    Ex.3

    1.        Hat

    2.        Guy

    3.        Bicycle

    4.        Fireworks

    5.        Mask

    6.        Pumpkin

    7.        Bonfire

    8.        Parade

    9.        Children playing Trick or Treat

    Ex.4

    On the fifth of November Guy __________ and other plotters tried to _______ up the Parliament and kill King _________ the First. The Houses of ___________ is the place where the laws are made in Britain.

    So, the p________ put 36 b_________ of gunpowder into the c________ under the Houses of Parliament in London. But someone sent the king a secret letter. The King’s soldiers searched the Houses of Parliament and arrested the G_________ Plotters.

    The King and Parliament were safe. But Guy Fawkes was taken to the T_______ of London and there the King’s men ______ off his head.

    Nowadays on November the 5th, British boys and girls celebrate B___________ Night or Guy Fawkes Day. They make a _______ out of old clothes and newspapers.

    The children stand with their “Guys” in the streets and ask people for money: “A _________ for the Guy, please”. They spend money on f____________.

     


    DIALOGUES

    Dialogue 1

    Guy Fawkes: The tunnel under the House of Parliament is nearly ready. Now we need to fill it with gunpowder. Then we can blow the palace up along with the king.

    His friend: How many barrels of gunpowder shall we need?

    Guy Fawkes: Buy 36 barrels and place them into the tunnel.

    His friend: Will everything go exactly to the plan?

    Guy Fawkes: Oh, yes. Tomorrow I am going to kill the King and nothing can stop me!

    Dialogue 2. The King and His Man

    Man:        Your Majesty, there is a plot against you. Somebody wants to kill you.

    The King: Search the Houses of Parliament now.

    Man:        We have already arrested some men and found 36 barrels of gunpowder.


    CROSSWORD

    1.When / Bonfire / is / Night / celebrated?

            a) Four hundred years ago

            b) 1605

            c) On the 5th of November

    2.What / the surname / of the plotters’ leader / was? (Crossword No. 4)

            a) Guy

            b) Fawkes

            c) Foxes

    3.Who / Guy / and his friends / were / Fawkes? They were… (Crossword No. 2)

            a) sailors

            b) peace-makers

            c) plotters

    4.Which King / plan to kill / of England / did / the plotters?

            a) James I

            b) James II

            c) Charles I

    5.What / the plotters / build / did / the Houses of Parliament / under? (Crossword No. 3)

            a) a road

            b) a tunnel

            c) a town

    6.What they / did / put / into the tunnel? (Crossword No. 1)

            a) baskets with vegetables

            b) bowls of fruit

            c) barrels of gunpowder

    7.How many barrels / under the Parliament / of gunpowder / were / found?

            a) 60

            b) 36

            c) 406

    8.Why / Fawkes / was / Guy / caught?

            a) A friend called the police.

            b) Somebody sent a secret letter to a friend.

            c) He asked for a penny.

    9.Where / Guy Fawkes / was / by the King’s men / arrested?

            He was arrested in the … (Crossword No. 7)

            a) palace

            b) cellar        

            c) street

    10.What / British children / do / money for / ask? They ask money for… (Crossword No. 5)

            a) Fireworks        

            b) balloons

            c) kites

    11.Where / the laws / are / in Britain / made? (Crossword No. 6)

            a) in the Tower of London

            b) in Parliament        

            c) in Buckingham Palace

    12.What British festival / is / by burning a Guy / celebrated? (Crossword No. 8)

            a) Christmas

            b) Bonfire Night        

            c) Easter



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    We use language in this country in order to…

    understand each other.

    We fight for many reasons...

    sometimes because the enemy isn’t strong enough or because the neighbours want the things we have.

    His orders are to kill as many people as he can though…

    they have never hurt him.

    With guns, bullets and gunpowder we can…

    destroy a thousand ships, a hundred cities.

    Why do people so often...

    fight wars and tell lies?

    Peace and truth began to seem more important...

    than making war or making money.

    Many things that we throw away...

    can still be useful.

    If people had been more careful,...

    pollution wouldn’t have killed so many fishes and plants in the sea.

    If we thought about our future,...

    we wouldn’t have cut down forests.

    1. When you are writing,...

    use both sides of the paper.

    Charities are often pleased…

    to have old books, clothes and toys.

    Before you buy anything,...

    ask yourself if you really need it.

    They need a poster…

    reminding people about youth problems.

    Ann is out. Her mother is taking…

    a phone message from Andrew.



    Предварительный просмотр:

    We use language in this country in order to…

    understand each other.

    We fight for many reasons...

    sometimes because the enemy isn’t strong enough or because the neighbours want the things we have.

    His orders are to kill as many people as he can though…

    they have never hurt him.

    With guns, bullets and gunpowder we can…

    destroy a thousand ships, a hundred cities.

    Why do people so often...

    fight wars and tell lies?

    Peace and truth began to seem more important...

    than making war or making money.

    Many things that we throw away...

    can still be useful.

    If people had been more careful,...

    pollution wouldn’t have killed so many fishes and plants in the sea.

    If we thought about our future,...

    we wouldn’t have cut down forests.

    1. When you are writing,...

    use both sides of the paper.

    Charities are often pleased…

    to have old books, clothes and toys.

    Before you buy anything,...

    ask yourself if you really need it.

    They need a poster…

    reminding people about youth problems.

    Ann is out. Her mother is taking…

    a phone message from Andrew.


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    An intellectual contest for the 8-th formers “ DO YOU KNOW BRITAIN WELL? " BE THE BEST!

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    1 . How many countries are there in the UK? A 2 B 3 C 4 D 5 BE THE BEST!

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    2. Where is the statue to Admiral Nelson? A in Piccadilly Circus B in Trafalgar Square C in Oxford D near Big Ben BE THE BEST!

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    3. What colour are the buses and telephone boxes in Britain? A red B yellow C red and blue D black BE THE BEST!

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    4. The Westminster Abbey is A a museum B a royal church C a park D a gallery BE THE BEST!

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    5. The first Englishman in Russia was A Admiral Nelson B Rudyard Kipling C Richard Chancellor D William Hogarth BE THE BEST!

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    6. Agatha Christie wrote … detective stories A 45 B 55 C 65 D 75 BE THE BEST!

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    7. The symbol of England is A a shamrock B a daffodil C a rose D a thistle BE THE BEST!

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    8. He was a film actor A Athur Conan Doyle B Charlie Chaplin C Isaak Newton D Alexander Bell BE THE BEST!

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    9 . A hot cross bun is a traditional meal on A Halloween B St.Valentine’s Day C New Year’s Day D Easter BE THE BEST!

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    11. The Tower of London is now A a fortress B a royal palace C a prison D a museum BE THE BEST!

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    12. A fine collection of European paintings is in A the British Museum B the National Gallery C Covent Garden D the Tower BE THE BEST!

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    13. “Many happy returns of the day” is a greeting for A Christmas Day B Birthday C Easter D New Year’s Day BE THE BEST!

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    14. Changing the Guard happens every day near A Buckingham Palace B Westminster Abbey C Houses of Parliament D St.Paul’s Cathedral BE THE BEST!

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    15. Piccadilly Circus is the meeting point of A 8 streets B 7 streets C 6 streets D 5 streets BE THE BEST!

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    16. On what holiday people dress as witches and ghosts? A Easter B Christmas Day C Halloween D St.Valentine’s Day BE THE BEST!

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    17. The name of the Queen of the UK is A Mary Tudor B Victoria C Elizabeth I D Elizabeth II BE THE BEST!

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    18. Who wrote the book “Winnie- the-Poor”? A Lewis Carrol B Alan Milne C Rudyard Kipling D Beatrix Potter BE THE BEST!

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    19. Where can you see pelicans and ducks? A in St.James’s park B in Hyde Park C in the Tower D in Covent Garden BE THE BEST!

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    20. London is on the river A Nile B Mississipi C Thames D Amazon BE THE BEST!

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    BE THE BEST! WELCOME to BRITAIN

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    BE THE BEST! The first English people In Russia Letters Ivan IV Elizabeth I

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    BE THE BEST! CHARLIE CHAPLIN (1889 – 1977)

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    BE THE BEST! EASTER

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    BE THE BEST! The Tower of London

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    BE THE BEST!

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    BE THE BEST! Happy birthday to you, Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday, happy birthday, Happy birthday to you.

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    BE THE BEST! Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace

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    BE THE BEST! piccadilly circus

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    BE THE BEST! "TREAT or TRICK!"

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    BE THE BEST! ELIZABETH II

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    BE THE BEST! Alan Milne (1882-1956) “ Winnie-the-Poor” 1926.

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    BE THE BEST! In St. James’s Park

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    BE THE BEST! The Thames

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    BE THE BEST! What's your score? KEY

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    BE THE BEST! An intellectual marathon “DO YOU KNOW BRITAIN WELL?”

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    1 . What country is not a part of the United Kingdom? 1 A England B Scotland C Wales D Canada BE THE BEST!

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    2. The London home of the Queen is A Westminster Abbey B Tower of London C Buckingham Palace D Houses of Parliament BE THE BEST!

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    3. The flag of the UK is A red, white and green B blue, red and yellow C red, white and blue D white, blue and green BE THE BEST!

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    4 .Richard Chancellor visited Russia in 3 A 1495 B 1553 C 1615 D 1734 BE THE BEST!

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    6. The Domesday Book is information about A cooking B England C museums D London BE THE BEST!

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    7. A traditional Christmas meal is A pizza B roast turkey C hot cross buns D chocolate eggs BE THE BEST!

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    8 . When the flag is flying on the top of the Buckingham palace A the British people have a holiday B the royal family has a holiday C the Queen has her birthday D the Queen is at home BE THE BEST!

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    9 . Sir Christopher Wren was A an artist B a writer C a composer D an architect BE THE BEST!

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    11 .The British money is A the dollar B the pound C the cent D the frank BE THE BEST!

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    14 .You can see the Raven Master in A the Tower of London B the Houses of Parliament C the National Gallery D the В ritish Museum BE THE BEST!

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    15. The most democratic place is A The Houses of Parliament B Madame Tussaud’s C Hyde Park D Piccadilly Circus BE THE BEST!

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    Scotland England Wales N.Ireland The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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    BE THE BEST! Buckingham Palace

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    BE THE BEST! The Union Jack

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    BE THE BEST! “ The Graham Children” William Hogarth 1697-1764

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