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Learning English from Italian

Level 25 · 144202 XP
114202 XP beyond level 25

Crowns: 304/376
98.4% complete · 4 sessions to L1 tree · 6 days to go

Skills: 61/62+2
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Lessons: 298/309+5
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Created: 2016-06-01
Last Goal: 2021-12-07
Daily Goal: 50 XP
Timezone: UTC+1

Last update: 2021-12-01 12:09:06 GMT+3


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XP per Skill (4 weeks)raw

Intro
27XP
Saluti
 
Ristorante
 
Famiglia 1
24XP
Viaggi 2
335XP
Lingue
239XP
Persone 1
 
Le basi 1
 
Le basi 2
 
Frasi comuni
 
Cibo
 
Animali
 
Plurali
 
Possessivi
 
Pronomi oggetti
 
Vestiti
 
Verbi: Presente
 
Colori
 
Domande
 
Congiunzioni
 
Preposizioni
 
Date
 
Famiglia2
 
Mestieri
27XP
Aggettivi
 
Verbi: Presente 2
 
Avverbi
 
Luoghi
27XP
Oggetti
 
Persone
 
Viaggiare
 
Determinativi
 
Numeri
 
Verbi: Presente 3
 
Educazione
 
Verbi: Passato
 
Verbi: Infiniti 1
 
Verbi: Passato con "did"
 
Oggetti astratti 1
 
Aggettivi flessibili
 
Verbi: Presente perfetto
 
Verbi: Infiniti 2
 
Pronomi relativi
 
Verbi: Passato perfetto
 
Oggetti astratti 2
 
Pronomi riflessivi
 
Natura
 
Verbi: Participio presente
 
Sport
 
Arte
 
Comunicazione
23XP
Medicina
 
Verbi: Futuro
 
Politica
 
Verbi: Futuro immediato
 
Scienza
 
Verbi: Futuro perfetto
 
Affari
 
Verbi modali
 
Eventi
 
Verbi: Condizionale perfetto
 
Attributi
 
Flirtare
 
Frasi idiomatiche
 

Skills by StrengthCrownsDateNameOriginal Order

  • 1670453662
    5.005Intro25 @ 75%11 0/3 ••• Practice Test out
    and · coffee · good morning · milk · or · please · sugar · tea · with · yes
    10 words
  • 163524664426.10.2021
    5.005Saluti0 @ 100%210/4 ••• Practice Test out
    Milan · New york · Rome · and you · hello · i am from · my name is · welcome · welcome to · what's your name
    10 words
  • 163629187707.11.2021
    5.005Ristorante0 @ 100%220/4 ••• Practice Test out
    a · for · four · i would like · menu · pizza · sandwich · small · table · two
    10 words
  • 1670453662
    5.005Famiglia 125 @ 75%30 0/4 ••• Practice Test out
    I · brother · brothers · doctor · have · my · one · sister · sisters · three
    10 words
  • 163853573903.12.2021
    5.005Viaggi 20 @ 100%410/4 ••• Practice Test out
    England · London · beautiful · front desk · hotel · our · over there · passport · visa · where
    10 words
  • 163853623003.12.2021
    2.002Lingue25 @ 75%420/4 ••• Practice Test out
    a little · do you speak · english · friend · good · he · italian · spanish · speak · speaks
    10 words
  • 1670453662
    0.000Persone 150 @ 50%51 +4 lessons +8 lexemes0/4 ••• Learn Test out
    an · are · artists · at · dentist · engineer · lawyers · office · schools · work
    10 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Le basi 10 @ 100%610/2 ••• Practice Test out
    a · am · an · and · apple · boy · bread · drink · drinks · eat · eats · girl · he · i · is · man · she · the · water · woman
    20 words

    Benvenuti al corso di inglese!

    I pronomi personali

    I pronomi personali in inglese sono i seguenti:

    I - io

    you - tu, Lei, voi ("You" può essere sia singolare che plurale.)

    he - egli, lui

    she - ella, lei

    it - esso, essa

    we - noi

    they - loro, essi, esse

    In inglese, non si può omettere il soggetto del verbo a meno che non sia un comando.

    Gli articoli

    In inglese, gli articoli sono solo due: the (articolo determinativo: il, la, lo, i, le, gli) e a (articolo indefinito: un, una, uno). Prima di una vocale, a diventa an:

    a woman, a boy

    an apple, an octopus

    Si fa un'eccezione per le parole che, nonostante la prima lettera è una vocale, hanno il suono di una consonante, per esempio "university" (pronuncia: "yuniversity") e "one" (pronuncia: "won"). Con queste parole, si usa "a":

    a university

    Un'altra eccezione sono le parole con l'H muta, che usano "an":

    an hour

  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Le basi 20 @ 100%710/2 ••• Practice Test out
    are · book · boys · child · children · girls · has · men · menu · milk · newspaper · read · reads · rice · sandwich · they · we · women
    18 words

    I verbi in inglese di solito hanno due forme nel presente:

    Pronome Verbo
    I, you, we, they eat
    he, she, it eats

    Il verbo to be invece ha tre forme, che sono irregolari:

    Pronome Verbo
    I am
    he, she, it is
    you, we, they are
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Frasi comuni0 @ 100%730/2 ••• Practice Test out
    bye · english · fine · goodbye · hello · morning · night · no · not · please · sorry · speak · speaks · thanks · welcome · yes · you
    17 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Cibo0 @ 100%810/4 ••• Practice Test out
    beef · beer · breakfast · cheese · chicken · coffee · dinner · egg · fish · food · fruit · juice · lemon · lunch · meal · meat · oil · orange · pasta · plate · pork · salt · soup · strawberry · sugar · tea · tomato · vegetarian · wine
    29 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Animali0 @ 100%830/2 ••• Practice Test out
    animal · bear · bird · cat · crab · dog · duck · elephant · horse · mouse · spider · turtle
    12 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Plurali0 @ 100%920/2 ••• Practice Test out
    animals · apples · birds · books · cats · dogs · ducks · elephants · horses · newspapers · plates · sandwiches · turtles
    13 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Possessivi0 @ 100%1010/2 ••• Practice Test out
    ' · 's · her · his · its · mine · my · our · ours · their · your · yours
    12 words

    A differenza dell'italiano, gli aggettivi e i pronomi possessivi inglesi non sono mai preceduti dall'articolo. La tabella seguente elenca rispettivamente gli aggettivi e i pronomi:

    • Mio: my / mine
    • Tuo: your / yours
    • Suo (di lui): his / his
    • Suo (di lei): her / hers
    • Suo (di esso/a): its / its
    • Nostro: our / ours
    • Vostro: your / yours
    • Loro: their / theirs

    Da notare che come predicato si usa sempre la forma pronominale:

    • Il mio gatto - my cat
    • Il mio è un gatto - mine is a cat
    • Il gatto è mio - the cat is mine

    Genitivo sassone

    A questa sezione appartiene anche il genitivo in 's: si applica al possessore e va sempre preposto al posseduto, es. "the girl's coffee", il caffè della ragazza. Se il possessore termina in esse, si usa solo l'apostrofo: "the girls' coffee", il caffè delle ragazze.

  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Pronomi oggetti0 @ 100%1030/1 ••• Practice Test out
    her · him · it · me · them · us · you
    7 words

    La lista seguente elenca i pronomi oggetto:

    • Me - me
    • Te - you
    • Lui - him
    • Lei - her
    • Esso/Essa - it
    • Noi - us
    • Voi - you
    • Loro/Essi/Esse - them

    In inglese non esiste differenza tra i pronomi oggetto diretto (es. "lo voglio" - voglio lui) e indiretto (es. "gli spiego" - spiego a lui), e in genere il pronome indiretto è esplicito (a lui - to him). Tuttavia, quando il complemento oggetto è esplicito (non un pronome), il pronome oggetto può essere usato in senso indiretto se posto immediatamente dopo il verbo e prima del complemento oggetto:

    • It: Le do un libro
    • En: I give a book to her / I give her a book
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Vestiti0 @ 100%1120/2 ••• Practice Test out
    clothes · coats · dresses · pants · shirts · shoes · skirt · suits · wear · wears
    10 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Presente0 @ 100%1210/4 ••• Practice Test out
    cook · cooks · design · find · go · goes · hear · hears · know · like · likes · listen · listens · loves · make · pays · play · plays · rains · run · runs · says · see · sees · sleeps · support · swim · swims · take · tell · use · walk · walks · want · wants · work · write · writes
    38 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Colori0 @ 100%1230/2 ••• Practice Test out
    black · blue · brown · colorful · colors · gray · green · orange · pink · purple · red · white · yellow
    13 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Domande0 @ 100%1310/2 ••• Practice Test out
    answer · do · does · have · how · question · what · what · when · where · which · which · who · whose · whose · why
    16 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Congiunzioni0 @ 100%1330/1 ••• Practice Test out
    because · but · if · or · that · when · whenever · while
    8 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Preposizioni0 @ 100%1420/4 ••• Practice Test out
    about · after · against · among · as · at · behind · between · by · during · except · for · from · in · like · near · of · off · on · out · over · to · towards · under · with · without
    26 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Date0 @ 100%1510/4 ••• Practice Test out
    afternoons · calendars · monday · morning · night · time · today · tomorrow · tonight · tuesdays · until
    11 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Famiglia20 @ 100%1530/3 ••• Practice Test out
    aunt · daughter · fathers · husband · mother · parent · sibling · sons · uncle · wives
    10 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Mestieri0 @ 100%1620/4 ••• Practice Test out
    author · careers · director · doctor · jobs · models · police · staff · student · works
    10 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Aggettivi0 @ 100%1710/4 ••• Practice Test out
    afraid · alive · available · beautiful · bilingual · clean · convenient · cultural · different · dirty · efficient · excellent · expensive · familiar · famous · final · frequent · future · general · historical · human · important · impossible · independent · interesting · left · legal · little · living · local · main · military · minimum · modern · necessary · negative · next · normal · official · open · opposite · own · perfect · personal · popular · positive · possible · private · professional · real · recent · religious · responsible · sad · same · serious · special · tired · traditional · whole · wooden · wrong
    62 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Presente 20 @ 100%1730/4 ••• Practice Test out
    answers · ask · believe · call · change · come · comes · consider · ends · fail · feel · follow · hope · include · includes · live · look · makes · mark · needs · offer · offers · open · pass · present · raise · remember · rest · return · returns · save · searches · seems · shows · sign · starts · stop · takes · thank · think · trust · wish · works
    43 words
  • 146480226401.06.2016
    5.005Avverbi0 @ 100%1820/4 ••• Practice Test out
    again · almost · already · also · always · anywhere · approximately · as · away · clearly · completely · currently · definitely · easily · else · enough · especially · even · ever · exactly · far · finally · generally · here · however · just · late · later · least · more · much · necessarily · neither · never · nor · normally · now · once · only · perfectly · possibly · pretty · really · slowly · so · sometimes · soon · still · then · there · together · too · twice · usually · very · well · yet
    57 words
  • 146487683902.06.2016
    5.005Luoghi0 @ 100%1910/4 ••• Practice Test out
    airport · along · bathrooms · beaches · city · hotel · house · into · kitchens · restaurant · street · yard
    12 words
  • 146495482203.06.2016
    5.005Oggetti0 @ 100%1930/4 ••• Practice Test out
    beds · bottle · bowls · chair · computers · magazines · radios · scissors · spoons · televisions · through · tv · window
    13 words
  • 146502460204.06.2016
    5.005Persone0 @ 100%2020/3 ••• Practice Test out
    babies · boyfriends · committees · conference · enemy · friend · girlfriends · human · people · persons · public
    11 words
  • 146511559505.06.2016
    5.005Viaggiare0 @ 100%2110/4 ••• Practice Test out
    abroad · airplanes · america · american · around · bicycle · boats · buses · car · china · chinese · drive · england · europe · european · france · french · germany · international · italian · motorcycles · south · suitcases · train · travel · travels · turn · turns
    28 words
  • 146511630705.06.2016
    5.005Determinativi0 @ 100%2120/4 ••• Practice Test out
    all · all · another · any · anybody · anything · both · each · every · everybody · everyone · everything · few · no · nobody · none · nothing · one · other · someone · something · such · that · that · these · these · this · this · those · those
    30 words
  • 146521947706.06.2016
    5.005Numeri0 @ 100%2130/4 ••• Practice Test out
    amount · average · eight · eighteen · eighty · eleven · enough · fifteen · fifty · first · five · forty · four · fourteen · fourth · half · hundred · last · less · majority · many · meter · million · more · much · nine · nineteen · ninety · one · pair · per · seven · seventeen · seventy · six · sixteen · sixty · some · sum · ten · third · thirteen · thirty · thousands · three · total · twelve · twenty · two
    49 words
  • 146536368308.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Presente 30 @ 100%2210/4 ••• Practice Test out
    adds · agree · allows · announce · appear · appears · arrive · asks · assumes · begins · believes · calls · contains · continues · count · counts · creates · cuts · deliver · delivers · demands · dry · explains · feels · fill · finds · fits · fly · follows · gets · gives · helps · import · introduce · knows · leaves · lives · looks · mix · opens · presents · produces · put · puts · receives · reserve · reserves · respect · serves · sets · signs · sing · spend · supports · talks · tells · thinks · tries · uses · visits · watches · wins · wishes
    63 words
  • 146539429008.06.2016
    5.005Educazione0 @ 100%2230/4 ••• Practice Test out
    course · education · library · meaning · notes · pens · programs · sections · studies · teacher · teaching · tests · training
    13 words
  • 146579761713.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Passato0 @ 100%2310/4 ••• Practice Test out
    answered · appeared · ate · born · called · came · cooked · decided · died · drank · entered · explained · fell · felt · finished · found · gave · had · happened · heard · informed · introduced · kept · knew · left · liked · listened · looked · lost · loved · made · opened · performed · played · rained · reached · recently · returned · said · saw · seemed · showed · spoke · started · stayed · stopped · supported · talked · thought · told · took · touched · tried · turned · used · walked · wanted · was · watched · went · were · won · wrote · yesterday
    64 words
  • 146597113515.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Infiniti 10 @ 100%2330/4 ••• Practice Test out
    add · be · buy · call · change · close · come · cook · create · do · enter · get · give · help · keep · learn · let · like · look · love · need · pay · place · rain · rent · run · say · see · sell · set · show · sleep · speak · start · study · swim · think · touch · try · visit · walk · want · write
    43 words
  • 146605452016.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Passato con "did"0 @ 100%2420/4 ••• Practice Test out
    did · drink · eat · go · hear · like · make · say · see · tell
    10 words
  • 146614113317.06.2016
    5.005Oggetti astratti 10 @ 100%2510/4 ••• Practice Test out
    groups · list · loves · order · parts · review · service · systems · views · ways
    10 words
  • 146615086917.06.2016
    5.005Aggettivi flessibili0 @ 100%2530/4 ••• Practice Test out
    able · alone · bad · best · better · big · bigger · cheaper · cleaner · clear · cold · deep · fair · fast · free · full · good · great · happy · hard · hot · large · less · long · new · nice · old · older · poor · prettier · pretty · pure · ready · rich · sharp · short · simple · small · smaller · strong · sure · sweet · tall · than · true · weak · worse · worst · young · younger
    50 words
  • 146624207818.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Presente perfetto0 @ 100%2620/4 ••• Practice Test out
    ago · been · before · cooked · has · have · played · previous · previously · rained · read · since · walked · wanted
    14 words
  • 146640365520.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Infiniti 20 @ 100%2710/4 ••• Practice Test out
    accept · achieve · affect · allow · analyze · answer · appear · apply · assume · avoid · beat · begin · belong · build · choose · continue · count · cover · cut · define · develop · die · exist · explain · feel · finish · fit · forget · hate · how · improve · increase · leave · lets · lose · meet · miss · prepare · prevent · produce · reach · recover · remember · repeat · respond · serve · shut · stay · suffer · talk · though · understand · wait · wake · win
    55 words
  • 146648654321.06.2016
    5.005Pronomi relativi0 @ 100%2730/1 ••• Practice Test out
    what · where · which · who · whom · whose
    6 words
  • 146649513821.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Passato perfetto0 @ 100%2820/4 ••• Practice Test out
    called · come · eaten · found · given · had · heard · taken · walked · written
    10 words
  • 146657378222.06.2016
    5.005Oggetti astratti 20 @ 100%2910/4 ••• Practice Test out
    attention · benefits · competitions · efforts · interests · life · religions · respect · situation · title
    10 words
  • 146666527723.06.2016
    5.005Pronomi riflessivi0 @ 100%2920/1 ••• Practice Test out
    herself · himself · itself · myself · ourselves · themselves · yourself · yourselves
    8 words
  • 146674616924.06.2016
    5.005Natura0 @ 100%2930/4 ••• Practice Test out
    down · flower · grasses · moon · rains · seas · skies · suns · tree · up · volcano · worlds
    12 words
  • 146685429825.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Participio presente0 @ 100%3010/4 ••• Practice Test out
    calling · coming · cooking · doing · drinking · eating · following · getting · giving · going · happening · having · including · leaving · looking · making · paying · playing · raining · reading · running · saying · seeing · sitting · sleeping · speaking · starting · studying · swimming · taking · talking · thinking · touching · trying · waiting · walking · watching · wearing · working · writing
    40 words
  • 146686943025.06.2016
    5.005Sport0 @ 100%3030/4 ••• Practice Test out
    ball · exercise · exercises · games · goals · jump · jumps · kick · paths · player · points · scored · sport · step · team · walk
    16 words
  • 146692793226.06.2016
    5.005Arte0 @ 100%3110/4 ••• Practice Test out
    arts · cameras · films · flute · movie · musical · musics · opening · painting · photo · picture · style · violins
    13 words
  • 146692832626.06.2016
    5.005Comunicazione0 @ 100%3130/3 ••• Practice Test out
    channels · comment · communication · information · network · news · press · searches · stories · texts
    10 words
  • 146709661528.06.2016
    5.005Medicina0 @ 100%3210/4 ••• Practice Test out
    bodies · cares · emergencies · eye · hands · heads · health · helps · ill · sick · treatment
    11 words
  • 146712482728.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Futuro0 @ 100%3220/4 ••• Practice Test out
    add · be · break · call · change · choose · come · continue · cook · will
    10 words
  • 146712656428.06.2016
    5.005Politica0 @ 100%3230/4 ••• Practice Test out
    court · governments · law · national · president · safety · securities · societies · tax · war
    10 words
  • 146719497329.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Futuro immediato0 @ 100%3310/4 ••• Practice Test out
    achieve · add · allow · apply · arrive · ask · assume · be · believe · going
    10 words
  • 146719614129.06.2016
    5.005Scienza0 @ 100%3330/4 ••• Practice Test out
    alcohol · analyses · article · decrease · details · discover · electric · energies · line · project · research · sciences · sizes · technologies
    14 words
  • 146720086229.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Futuro perfetto0 @ 100%3420/2 ••• Practice Test out
    called · created · decided · died · found · have · received · sent · taken · will
    10 words
  • 146720448929.06.2016
    5.005Affari0 @ 100%3510/4 ••• Practice Test out
    advertising · board · businesses · card · costs · credit · dollar · global · industries · insurances · moneys · products · sales
    13 words
  • 146720488429.06.2016
    5.005Verbi modali0 @ 100%3530/1 ••• Practice Test out
    can · cannot · could · may · must · should · would
    7 words
  • 146726383630.06.2016
    5.005Eventi0 @ 100%3610/2 ••• Practice Test out
    action · attacks · battle · death · delivery · discussion · noises · starts · stops · traffic
    10 words
  • 146726425330.06.2016
    5.005Verbi: Condizionale perfetto0 @ 100%3620/2 ••• Practice Test out
    been · changed · considered · discovered · had · have · managed · opened · would · written
    10 words
  • 146726780530.06.2016
    5.005Attributi0 @ 100%3630/2 ••• Practice Test out
    beauty · difference · expression · forces · identity · importances · looks · luck · powers · quality
    10 words
  • 146729050730.06.2016
    1.001Frasi idiomatiche50 @ 50%100010/4 ••• Practice Test out
    all · best · bird · book · can't · come · don't · leg · live · makes
    10 words
  • 146729143530.06.2016
    1.001Flirtare50 @ 50%100020/6 ••• Practice Test out
    cover · do · from · hello · hot · look · love · somebody · want · your
    10 words
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Le basi 1 updated 2021-02-16

Benvenuti al corso di inglese!

I pronomi personali

I pronomi personali in inglese sono i seguenti:

I - io

you - tu, Lei, voi ("You" può essere sia singolare che plurale.)

he - egli, lui

she - ella, lei

it - esso, essa

we - noi

they - loro, essi, esse

In inglese, non si può omettere il soggetto del verbo a meno che non sia un comando.

Gli articoli

In inglese, gli articoli sono solo due: the (articolo determinativo: il, la, lo, i, le, gli) e a (articolo indefinito: un, una, uno). Prima di una vocale, a diventa an:

a woman, a boy

an apple, an octopus

Si fa un'eccezione per le parole che, nonostante la prima lettera è una vocale, hanno il suono di una consonante, per esempio "university" (pronuncia: "yuniversity") e "one" (pronuncia: "won"). Con queste parole, si usa "a":

a university

Un'altra eccezione sono le parole con l'H muta, che usano "an":

an hour

Le basi 2 updated 2021-02-16

I verbi in inglese di solito hanno due forme nel presente:

Pronome Verbo
I, you, we, they eat
he, she, it eats

Il verbo to be invece ha tre forme, che sono irregolari:

Pronome Verbo
I am
he, she, it is
you, we, they are

Possessivi updated 2021-02-16

A differenza dell'italiano, gli aggettivi e i pronomi possessivi inglesi non sono mai preceduti dall'articolo. La tabella seguente elenca rispettivamente gli aggettivi e i pronomi:

  • Mio: my / mine
  • Tuo: your / yours
  • Suo (di lui): his / his
  • Suo (di lei): her / hers
  • Suo (di esso/a): its / its
  • Nostro: our / ours
  • Vostro: your / yours
  • Loro: their / theirs

Da notare che come predicato si usa sempre la forma pronominale:

  • Il mio gatto - my cat
  • Il mio è un gatto - mine is a cat
  • Il gatto è mio - the cat is mine

Genitivo sassone

A questa sezione appartiene anche il genitivo in 's: si applica al possessore e va sempre preposto al posseduto, es. "the girl's coffee", il caffè della ragazza. Se il possessore termina in esse, si usa solo l'apostrofo: "the girls' coffee", il caffè delle ragazze.

Pronomi oggetti updated 2021-02-16

La lista seguente elenca i pronomi oggetto:

  • Me - me
  • Te - you
  • Lui - him
  • Lei - her
  • Esso/Essa - it
  • Noi - us
  • Voi - you
  • Loro/Essi/Esse - them

In inglese non esiste differenza tra i pronomi oggetto diretto (es. "lo voglio" - voglio lui) e indiretto (es. "gli spiego" - spiego a lui), e in genere il pronome indiretto è esplicito (a lui - to him). Tuttavia, quando il complemento oggetto è esplicito (non un pronome), il pronome oggetto può essere usato in senso indiretto se posto immediatamente dopo il verbo e prima del complemento oggetto:

  • It: Le do un libro
  • En: I give a book to her / I give her a book

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