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完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 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, 选出一个最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The professor ?s house, big and untidy, stood alone at one end of a huge garden.The place was totally uncared for,quite 21 and overgrown with all sorts of useless things. I 22 my way through bushes and tall weeds to the front door and rang the bell. I was glad that I had found him. In twenty minutes he 23 me right on all the 24 that had puzzled me. I was on the 25 of leaving when I looked out of his study window and said,“You?re very fond of gardening,I see.” “No,I?m not,” he said.“ 26 ,I love this garden,though. It?s 27 I always wanted it to be. I never touch it at all.” “It could be made lovely. It 28 a pity to let all this ground go to waste. But perhaps you don?t 29 that way?” said I. “I don?t. I lived here when I was a child,and I had 30 of gardening then. It was my father?s hobby,you see. Unfortunately,he wasn?t 31 enough to do it himself. My brother and I did all of it between us year after year. There was one right way and many wrong ways. Each blade(叶片) of grass was an enemy to be 32 by hand, not just cut off. I?ve spent a good part of life at work here.” “I see. You took a dislike to it, and now you?re getting even!” “I dislike it. Then, of course, I didn ?t understand the 33 it had. It used to 34 me. It appeared in my dreams—a mistake here, something not quite straight here, the enemy showing its head in a place I was 35 to have cleaned. The work was too much. It seemed endless. The size of the place was itself a fight to a boy.” “And now it?s yours,you?re just letting it go to... ” “ 36 ?” he said.“No,I don?t agree with that. This garden and I are now the best fr iends. I like 37 it grow 38 its own way. I make no demands on it. I never disturb it, and it never disturbs me. It has 39 at last, and so have I.” “But the path is over grown. It?s inconvenient for you,isn?t it?” “That?s part of my 40 , ” he laughed.“You can go out the back way. The weeds are shorter there because they don?t get the sun.” 21. A. wild B. crazy C. large D. nice 22. A. lost B. felt C. took D. made 23. A. let B. put C. taught D. explained 24. A. gardening B. plants C. problems D. solution 25. A. time B. point C. permission D. request 26. A. Even if B. So C. As though D. Even so 27. A. as B. where C. why D. whether 28. A. seems B. is C. proves D. sounds 29. A. recognize B. sense C. see D. know 30. A. fond B. short C. free D. enough 31. A. interested B. fit C. content D. demanding 32. A. fought against B. cleared up C. rooted out D. cut down 33. A. effect B. reason C. cause D. result 34. A. astonish B. shock C. worry D. disappoint 35. A. thought B. supposed C. ordered D. expected 36. A. Sell B. Develop C. Grow D. Ruin 37. A. noticing B. attending C. watering D. watching 38. A. on B. in C. with D. of 39. A. freedom B. time C. sunlight D. space 40. A. life B. pleasure C. job D. research 【答案】21-25 ADBCB 26-30 DAACD 31-35 BCACB 36-40 DDBAB

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完形填空供 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、 B、 C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空 白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 My husband and I were cleaning windows together yesterday. We have the double-hung(双吊 钩)________36 that you can pull forward and flip(翻转), allowing us to _______37 the inside and the outside surfaces. My husband was______38 one window---and it popped out(跳出) of its frame! Well, our _____39 is for sale and the last thing we needed was for something to_______40. He was so_____41 and tried with all his strength to get it ______42 together, using a few less than pleasant words(I am sorry to say). After twenty minutes he still could not get it______43. that?s when my 23-year-old_______44 told his dad to ______45 for a minute and he would try to fix with me. It?s amazing how you can see things more clearly and do things more______46 when you are _____47. He and I fixed the window in three minutes! I called my husband in to see! He couln?t_____48 it! I know this isn?t really a gift_______49, in a way, it was. My son_____50 my husband to leave, to cool down, and______51 him from the worry for a moment. And my son fixing it with me was a ______52 to me, because I saw him as a man instead of the kid he always seems to be in my________53. Calm is good. Breathe through _______54 times and maybe even take a break from stressful times. Return with a clear mind and things will usually______55 much better! 36. A. doors B. chairs C. tables 37. A. destroy B. smooth C. clean D. dry 38. A. washing B. painting C. repairing D. changing 39. A. furniture B. house C. home D. car 40. A. break B. dirty C. lose D. fly 41. A. interested B. delighted C. worried D. excited 42. A. up B. away C. out D. back 43. A. separated B. delivered C. fixed D. added 44. A. son B. nephew C. student D. daughter 45. A. put away B. walk away C. give away D. take away 46. A. fortunately B. difficulty C. slowly D. easily 47. A. calm B. equal C. nervous D. frightened 48. A. hate B. doubt C. believe D. satisfy 49. A. or B. so C. and D. but 50. A. asked B. forced C. ordered D. promised 51. A. kept B. freed C. saved D. protected 52. A. surprise B. wonder C. gift D. hurt 53. A. power B. hand C. turn B. eyes 54. A. easy B. happy C. exciting D. difficult 55. A. break out B. turn out C. pull out D. make out 36.D 由文章第一句话“My husband and I were cleaning windows together yesterday.”可知,“我 们”有双吊钩的“窗户”,这样的“窗户”便于你能向前推并翻转。 37.C 第一段提到:昨天“我”和丈夫一起擦窗子。由此可知是便于“我们”“擦洗”窗户的里面 和外面。故 clean“把……弄干净”符合语境。 38.A 由文章第一段可知,夫妻二人正在擦洗窗户,此处指的应该是“我”的丈夫正在“洗”一 扇窗户。故 wash“冲;洗”符合语境。 39.B 由语境可知应该是“我们”的“房子”要出售。 40.A 由前面的“…and it popped out of its frame!”可知,窗子坏了。故此处应该表示“我们”最 不需要的事情就是东西“坏了”。break“打破、弄坏”符合语境。 41.C 由下文中的“…, using a few less than pleasant words (I am sorry to say).”可知,丈夫感到 那么的不安(worried)。
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42.D 由上文中提到的“it popped out of its frame!”应该使窗户恢复原样。get …back 意为“恢 复”符合语境。 43.C 由下文中的“…and he would try to fix it with me.”可知,丈夫尽力把窗户“安装”在一起。 44.A 由倒数第二段中的“And my son fixing it with me”可知答案。 45.B 由下文中的“I called my husband in to see!”可知, 儿子告诉他的父亲走开一会……。 walk away“走开”符合语境。 46.D 由前面的“clearly”及后面的语境可知应该用“easily”合适。 47.A 由最后一段中的第一句话“Calm is good.”可知当你“镇定的”时候,看事情更清晰,做事 情更容易。 48.C 由上一段中的“After twenty minutes he still could not get it….”可知丈夫二十分钟后仍没 能把窗户安装好。再由下文中的“He and I fixed the window in three minutes!”可知,他 无法“相信”! 49.D 由上下文语境可知是转折关系。故选 but。 50.A 由上下文语境可知,应该是儿子“让”自己的父亲走开一会……。 51.B 儿子帮助父亲从焦虑中摆脱出来。free …from …意为“使……摆脱……”符合语境。而 keep…from…, 阻止某人……; protect …from…, 保护……免受; save …from…, 从…… 挽救……均不符合语境。 52.C 由本段第一句知,“我”知道这并不真的是一份礼物,但是在某一方面,它又是。故推 知,“我”的儿子和我一起修理窗户,对“我”而言是一份“礼物”。 53.D 由上文中的“a man ”可知下文中与之对应的应该是“the kid”,故选 instead of“而不是”。 54.D 在母亲眼中的儿子。故用“in one?s eyes”。其它三项均不符合语境。 55.B 带着清醒的头脑返回并且事情将通常产生更好的结果。

完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项中选出可以填入空白的最佳选项. Cultu re shock is a complex topic, but I'm a simple man with simple perspectives. So my experience of foreign culture boils down to three basic stages: anger, acceptance and appreciation. When I ___36___ my life in China I was often filled with frustration and ___37___over the way things were. Things were seen as clearly “____38____” and I rejected the view of there being other ways of doing things. Afterwards I came to ___39____different ways of doing things ___40____still saw my own ways as superior. My views were still heavily colored by ___41____and I often accepted situations I felt ____42____by simply coining the phrase "That's China," _____43_____ China was a backward country that simply didn't do things correctly. Finally, ____44____, I came to understand and appreciate the new ____45____ and ways of doing things , sometimes using them as effectively as the____46_____. For example, fish is never ___47___ with the head in my country, thus my feelings went from “Ugh! I can?t eat this! The fish is ___48___at me saying, `You're a ___49___ man.' Take this off the table,” to “I?ll let my friends enjoy, but I'll just stick with the other____50____,” and to "Would anyone mind if I eat the eyeball?" It is not the same with every westerner, and some take ___51___ than others to go through the three stages. It all depends on how _____52_____ you are and how tightly you ___53___to your own culture. It took a little over a year of living in China ___54___ I finally appreciate the new culture. Now, I'm more ___55___in China than in my own country. 36. A. ended B. began C. continued D. enjoyed 37. A. curiosity B. fear C. purpose D. anger 38. A. wrong B. right C. wise D. smooth 39. A. find B. use C. accept D. refuse 40. A. or B. but C. while D. so 41. A. p references B. references C. facts D. standards 42. A. necessary B. important C. nervous D. stupid 43. A. mentioning B. saying C . meaning D. referring
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44. A. therefore 45. A. character 46. A. locals 47. A. bought 48. A. glancing 49. A. kind 50. A. fishes 51. A. more 52. A. adaptable 53. A. get 54. A. since 55. A. anxious

B. however B. personality B. foreigners B. sold B. laughing B. cruel B. vegetables B. less B. considerable B. hold B. as B. welcomed

C. besides C. revolution C. researchers C. served C. shouting C. brave C. dishes C. further C. dependable C. catch C. before C. comfortable

D. thus D. culture D. citizens D. separated D. staring D. unique D. soups D. longer D. enjoyable D. insist D .when D. miserable 51-55 DABCC

【答案】36—40. BDACB

41-45 ADCBD 46-50 ACDBC

完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上涂黑。 When I was a teenager I volunteered to work at the water station at a 10,000m race. My job was to 36 water to the runners, I remember being so 37 to see all the different kinds of people who passed by and grabbed a cup of water. Some ran past, some walked past and a few wheeled past. I saw so many types of people doing it. I thoug ht maybe I could do it too! So the next year I 38 up for the race. That first 10,000m race was quite an 39 . I jogged, I walked, I jogged and I walked. 40 , I didn?t know if I could finish. Then came a defining(起决定性作用的) 41 . At one point near the end, a 70-year-old man ran past me, very, very fast, and I felt 42 because I was 15 years old, younger than him but I couldn?t even keep up with him. I felt 43 for a second. But then I 44 something. He was running his race and I was running mine. He had 45 abilities, experience, training and goals for himself. I had mine. Remember my 46 was only to finish. After a minute, it 47 me that this was a lesson I could draw from. I learned something abo ut myself in that moment. I turned my embarrassment into 48 . I 49 that I would not give up running races. In fact, I would run even more races and I would learn how to train and prepare 50 and one day I would be one of those 70-year-old persons who were still running. As I crossed the finish line, I was proud of my 51 . In life we all have those moments when we 52 ourselves with others. It?s only 53 . Don?t allow those moments to 54 you. Turn them into motivation and let them inspire you. With the proper preparation and training, you can improve your result to 55 anything you want in life. 36. A. bring out B. pass out C. take out D. pick out 37. A. excited B. worried C. concerned D. anxious 38. A gave B. made C. signed D. dressed 39. A. achievement B. encouragement C. interest D. experience 40. A. At times B. In time C. In all D. After all 41. A. victory B. decision C. moment D. conclusion 42. A. embarrassed B. annoyed C. moved D. thrilled 43. A. relaxed B. defeated C. puzzled D. inspired 44. A. realized B. lost C. noticed D. remembered 45. A. necessary B. evident C. common D. different 46. A. motto B. plan C. goal D. direction 47. A. worried B. hit C. reached D. hurt 48. A. attraction B. devotion C. inspiration D. expectation 49. A. hoped B. promised C. decided D. suggested
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50. A. slightly 51. A. excitement 52. A. introduce 53. A. important 54. A. weaken 55. A. reserve

B. hardly B. accomplishment B. relate B. natural B. wound B. deliver

C. clearly C. movement C. present C. strange C. amuse C. achieve

D. properly D. judgement D. compare D. ridiculous D. cheer D. abandon

【答案】36-40 BACDA 41-45 CABAD 46-50 CBCCD 51-55 BDBAC

完形填空 (共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A woman who had a bad temper scolded everyone around her and she 31 the violent rage(愤怒) inside her was everyone else?s fault. She went to see a well-respected Buddhist monk to ask for 32. The monk told her to take a large clay jug(水壶) from his kitchen, fill it with water and 33 outside. “When people 34, you must offer them a glass of water. Do this until there is no 35 left inside you.” the monk said. So she stood outside with a water jug and 36 water to passers-by every day for the next several weeks. And every morning she asked herself 37 rage still pulsed through her body, and every morning the answer was “yes.” So she 38 serving water. Until this afternoon when a rude man walked up, 39 the water jug out of her hand, drank 40 out of it, and then threw the jug on the ground as he continued on his way. The rage within the woman turned into an uncontrollable fit. Unable to 41 herself, she picked up the jug off the ground and, threw it at the rude man as he walked away. The jug suddenly 42 into pieces over the back of his head and he fell to the ground, 43 and bleeding. When the woman 44 down, she realized what she had done and began to cry. She reported the incident to the police and two police cars arrived at the 45 moments later. Then one of the police officers walked over to the woman, who was still 46, and said, “The city 47 you a big ?thank you.? That man has been on our most 48 list for over a year now. ” Now we see if we completely rid ourselves of our inner darkness, then we will always make the 49 choices. 50 , life isn?t predictable. So, to forgive yourself is to set a prisoner free and the discoverer of the prisoner is you yourself. 31 A. discovered B. hoped C. believed D. announced 32 A. advice B. choice C. apology D. permission 33 A. regret B. reflect C. shout D. stand 34 A. pass B. starve C. complain D. leave 35 A. water B. grief C. energy D. rage 36 A. drank B. served C. delivered D. poured 37 A. if B. why C. when D. how 38 A. condemned B. continued C. stopped D. refused 39 A. spilled B. snatched C. stole D. robbed 40 A. accidentally B. carefull y C. exactly D. directly 41 A. express B. describe C. change D. control 42 A. blew B. broke C. divided D. exploded 43 A. unconscious B. awake C. dead D. alert 44 A. turned B. lay C. calmed D. broke 45 A. background B. case C. scene D. si tuation 46 A. sobbing B. talking C. screaming D. laughing 47 A. owes B. allows C. offers D. appreciates 48 A. needed B. required C. wanted D. lacked 49 A. real B. practical C. wrong D. right
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50 A. After all B. Once for all C. In all D. Above all 【答案】31-35 CADAD 36-40 BABBD 41-45 DBACC

46-50 AACDA

完形填空(20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空 白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A 12-year-old boy saw something in a shop window that set his heart racing.But the price—five dollars—was far beyond Reuben Earle's wealth.Five dollars would buy almost a week's groceries for his family. But hearing the sound of hammering from a side street, Reuben had an idea. He ran towards the 31 and stopped at a construction site.People built their own homes in Bay Roberts, using nails _32_ in hessian sacks(麻袋)from a local factory.Sometimes the sacks were _33_, and Reuben knew he could sell them back to the 34_ for five cents a piece. Back home, he looked at his mother Dora and _35_.Sunlight from the window gilded her shoulder-length blonde hair.Slim and beautiful, she was the center of the home, the glue that held it together. Every day after school, Reuben walked down the town, _36_ the hessian nail bags.On the day the school closed for the summer, no student was more 37 than Reuben.Now he would have more time for his _38_.Then one day the _39_ had come. Reuben ran down Water Street to the store."Please, Mister.I have to sell the sacks now." The man took the sacks, 40 his pocket and put four coins in Reuben's hand.Reuben murmured (小声说)a thank you and 41 , home. When he got home.Reuben _42_ the tin can.He poured the coins out and began to 43 . He had enough. Then, he headed for the shop, "I have the _44_," he told the owner. The man went to the window and took out Reuben's 45 . He wiped the dust off and gently wrapped it in brown paper.Then he placed it in Reuben's hands. Racing home, Reuben _46_ the front door."Here, Mum! Here'." He placed a small box in her work-roughened hands. She 47 it carefully.A jewel box appeared. Dora lifted the cover, 48 beginning to blur (模糊)her vision. Dora had never received such a 49 ; she had no jewellery except her wedding ring. 50 ,she smiled and gathered her son into her arms. 31.A.window B.Sound 32.A.purchased B.produced C.delivered D.packed 33.A.taken apart B.seta side C.sorted out D.thrown away 34.A.people C.factory 35.A.wept B.hesitated C.smiled D.murmured 36.A.collecting B.selling C.recycling D.carrying 37.A.disappointed B.delighted C.determined D.devoted 38.A.mother B.schedule C.burden D.mission 39.A.challenge B.possibility C.time D.opportunity 40.A.searched for B.reached into C.glanced through D.stared at 41.A.ran B.walked C.left D.arrived 42.A.sought B.buried C.broke D.uncovered 43.A.laugh B.count C.judge D.observe 44.A.jewel D.ring 45.A.treasure B.coins C.present D.sacks in B.slid into C.squeezed out D.burst through 47.A.opened B.unwrapped C.unfolded D.fastened 48.A.tears B.fog C.dust D.sunlight 49.A.celebration B.wish D.blessing
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【答案】31-35: BADCC 36-40: ABDCB 41-45 : ADBCA 46-50: DBACD 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。 Life is not always smooth. There was a man who had 36 numerous failures in his life. But he said, “One success is 37 for me!” When he was five years old, his father died of illness without leaving him any 38 . Since then, his mother worked outside 39 he had to stay at home and take care of his siblings. He learnt cooking since then. When he was fourteen, he dropped 40 and began his life of loving. When he was eighteen, he married a girl, who, 41 , sold out all his properties and went back to her home several months after their marriage. When he was twenty, he 42 his job from electrician to ferry staff to railway worker. All his jobs were 43 for him. When he was thirty-five, misfortune again 44 on him. When he was driving across a huge bridge, the steel ropes along the edge of the bridge were broken and he fell into the river with his car. He suffered such severe injuries that he could no longer continue his 45 . When he was 46 , he opened a gas station in a town. However, he 47 dispute (争端) because he beat his competitors 48 the billboard hanging problems. When he was forty-seven, he 49 his second wife, which had 50 stricken his three children. When he was sixty-six, he made a living by 51 his chicken-frying techniques to various restaurants in different places. When he was seventy-five, he felt 52 to maintain his company, so he transferred his brand and patent to others. The new owner suggested giving him ten thousand stock shares as part of the purchasing price. But he 53 the suggestion. Later the price of the stocks of the company soared and he lost the chance of being a billionaire. When he was eighty-eight, he achieved great success and became well-known to the whole world. He was exactly the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, Ha Lunda Sandoz. He often said, “People always complain about the bad 54 . Actually it is not bad at all. As long as you are 55 and confident all the time, you will have a good weather every day. ” 36. A. achieved B. undergone C. tried D. undertook 37. A. great B. important C. valuable D. enough 38. A. words B. money C. property D. families 39. A. while B. but C. when D. so 40. A. in B. out C. down D. up 41. A. meanwhile B. moreover C. however D. therefore 42. A. started B. took C. lost D. changed 43. A. fit B. tough C. unusual D. adequate 44. A. fell B. hit C. put D. rested 45. A. life B. major C. job D. education 46. A. forty B. thirty-five C. fifty-three D. seventy 47. A. went through B. came into C. came about D. went against 48. A. contributing to B. judging from C. owing to D. leading to 49. A. changed B. married C. missed D. divorced 50. A. deeply B. highly C. generally D. thickly 51. A. learning B. promoting C. developing D. teaching 52. A. powerless B. depressed C. disappointed D. hopeless
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53. A. turned up 54. A. difficulties 55. A. hard-working

B. turned to B. misfortune B. brave

C. turned down C. life C. cautious

D. turned in D. weather D. optimistic


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。 You are travelling on an ocean ship when, suddenly a giant wave causes the ship to overturn. Hundreds of people die 21 , but you and several others 22 in the ballroom. Would you stay there and 23 for help? Or would you try, 24 the danger, to find your way out of the ship? This is the 25 faced by the characters in the film “Poseidon”. Trapped in the ballroom of the overturned ship, the 26 orders the surviving guests to wait for help. A small group of people 27 to accept this fate. They try to escape, knowing that there will be no way back 28 the captain locks the doors behind them. At the time of the disaster, each of the characters is trying to overcome personal problems in their own lives. All must face their 29 and make life and death decisions. Architect Richard Nelson is preparing to kill himself when the wave hits. He feels depressed over the 30 of his relationship with his partner. But he is forced to fight 31 his life, and learns to want to live again. He realizes he must 32 the past and not think too much about the bad. Robert Ramsey, a fireman, decides to 33 his own life so that his daughter, Jen, 34 live. He swims to the ship?s control room 35 he must press a switch to change the direction of the ship. He knows he will likely 36 in the process, but just as surely, he knows that it?s the only way his friends can escape. His actions give the others a chance to reach 37 . They escape from the ship just before it 38 , killing all those waiting inside and Jen?s father as well. All the characters who survive feel 39 to be alive, but they are also aware that their own 40 , bravery and determination saved their own lives. 21. A. gradually B. immediately C. finally D. individually 22. A. stay B. dance C. survive D. live 23. A. ask B. cry C. wait D. demand 24. A. despite B. in C. with D. except 25. A. position B. dilemma C. danger D. scene 26. A. director B. passenger C. sailor D. captain 27. A. refuse B. agree C. hesitate D. dislike 28. A. unless B. until C. once D. when 29. A. death B. survival C. courage D. fears 30. A. end B. departure C. failure D. difficulty 31. A. against B. for C. with D. over 32. A. let alone B. let out C. let go of D. let down 33. A. give out B. give away C. give in D. give up 34. A. might B. can C. would D. must 35. A. which B. there C. where D. then 36. A. succeed B. fail C. survive D. drown 37. A. home B. safety C. success D. destination 38. A. breaks B. explodes C. sinks D. overturns 39. A. relieved B. lucky C. relaxed D. happy 40. A. choices B. calmness C. fortune D. confidence

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【答案】21-25 BCCAB 26-30DACDA

31-35 BCDAC

36-40 DBCBA

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