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Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Term 1 Grammar Table of Contents LA.169 4 LA.149 3 LA.149 5 LA.149 2 LA.149 4 Australian Curriculum English Year 5, Term 1 Write Compound Sentences... 1 Identify Prepositional Phrases.......................................... 4 Determine the Function of Prepositional Phrases.. 8 Use Quotation Marks .... 13 Identify Direct and Indirect Speech.. 18 1 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Compound Sentence Write Compound SV, c SV Two sentences can be connected to form a compound sentence. Sentences A compound sentence has two main clauses. Each main clause has a subject and a verb. (SV) The two main clauses are sometimes linked with a coordinating conjunction1 and are separated with a comma. The coordinating conjunction shows the relationship between the two clauses. CF U Coordinatin Relationshi g p Conjunction addition and difference but, yet contrast or choice so result for cause Which sentences have a relationship of difference? How do you know? A.

A doctor treats illness. A doctor treats injuries. B. A doctor treats illnesses. A doctor does not fix teeth. In your own words, what is a coordinating conjunction? A coordinating conjunction is _______. Example This sandwich has lettuce, and that sandwich has tomato. Non-example This sandwich has lettuce, pickles and tomato. Write compound sentences. 1 Read the sentences carefully. 2 Identify2 the relationship between the sentences. (write) a Determine3 which coordinating conjunction to use. 3 Rewrite the sentences as a compound sentence. 1 2 CF U How did I/you identify the relationship between the sentences? 2a How did I/you determine which coordinating conjunction to use? Soccer is a fun sport. You can get injured during a game. contrast Relationship _________________________ Soccer is a fun sport, but you can get injured during a game. 2 The boy behaved well. His parents took him to the beach. result Relationship _________________________ The boy behaved well, so his parents took him to the beach. Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Literacy 1694.4 Activity continues on 2 1 2 3 a word that connects words or clauses find figure out Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Write Compound Sentences 3 Compound Sentence SV, c SV William does not like most desserts. He loves chocolate ice cream. contrast William does not like most desserts, but he loves chocolate ice cream. Relationship _________________________

4 Date: _______________ Coordinatin Relationshi g p Conjunction addition and difference but, yet contrast or choice so result for cause Tony received an award for his art work. He has been painting since Year 1. cause Relationship _________________________ Tony received an award for his art work, for he has been painting since Year 1. 5 Most buildings in town are small. The hospital is five stories tall. contrast Relationship _________________________ Most buildings in town are small, but the hospital is five stories tall. 6 Mum went right to bed. She was extremely exhausted. cause Relationship _________________________ Mum went right to bed, for she was extremely exhausted. Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Literacy 1694.4 3 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Write Compound Two sentences can be connected to form a compound Sentences sentence. A compound sentence has two main clauses. Each main clause has a subject and a verb. (SV) The two main clauses are sometimes linked with a coordinating conjunction and are separated with a comma. The coordinating conjunction shows the relationship between the two clauses. Sentence A Date: _______________ Compound Sentence SV, c SV Coordinatin Relationshi g p Conjunction addition and difference but, yet

contrast or choice so result for cause Sentence B He took his little sister with him. She bought a big bag of popcorn. It was raining very hard. Traffic backed up for kilometres. Two cars collided on the road. Minar wanted to play outside. Sienna went to the movies. Max went to the park. Combine a sentence from each side of the chart to form a compound sentence. CF U How did I/you form a compound sentence? 1 Sienna went to the movies, and she bought a big bag of popcorn. (answers vary) 2 Minar wanted to play outside, but it was raining very hard. 3 Two cars collided on the road, so traffic backed up for kilometres. 4 Max went to the park, and he took his little sister with him. Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Literacy 1694.4 4 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify1 Prepositional Phrases A preposition is a word that shows a relationship between other words and phrases. A prepositional phrase is a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun. A prepositional phrase adds more details to a sentence. CF U A sentence can have more than one prepositional phrase. Common prepositions: above, across, among, around, at, behind, below, beyond, down, from, in, into, of, on, over, through, throughout, toward, under, up, with Identify prepositional phrases. Which sentence contains a preposition? How do you know? A. Dylan mended his socks yesterday. Dylan mended his socks after work. In your own words, what is a prepositional phrase?

A preposition phrase is __________. 1 Identify the preposition(s). (circle) 2 Identify the prepositional phrase(s). (underline) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 B. CF U 2 How did I/you identify the prepositional phrase? The girls ran at the beach. The clouds in the sky are very pretty. I heard a noise outside the window. The wind blew from the west. The children in the library sit across from each other. That bicycle in the window is the one with the fancy seat. Turn right at the corner, then go over the bridge. Jim ran across the street, and jogged up the hill. James and Jessica went to the match, and sat in the 3rd row. Bindie dived below the surface of the water. 1 Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1493.2 5 find Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify Prepositional A preposition is a word that shows a relationship between other words and phrases. Phrases Common prepositions: above, across, among, A prepositional phrase is a group of words that begins around, at, behind, with a preposition and ends with a noun. below, beyond, down, A prepositional phrase adds more details to a sentence. from, in, into, of, on, A sentence can have more than one prepositional phrase. over, through, throughout, toward, Identify the prepositional phrases. (shade) under, up, with CF U 1 2 3 4 How did I/you identify the prepositional phrases? 5 The yard with the roses is beautiful The kangaroo hopped happily across the field.

A The yard A The kangaroo B with the roses B hopped happily C is beautiful. C across the field. 6 The sky above the clouds is blue. The group of drummers was loud. A The sky A The group B above the clouds B of drummers C Is blue. C was loud. 7 Dylan practises his singing after school. The balloon floated quietly toward the lake. A Dylan practises A The balloon B his singing B floated quietly C after school. C toward the lake. 8 The butterfly glided gracefully from bush to bush. The icing on the cake was creamy. A The butterfly A The icing B glided gracefully B on the cake C from bush to bush. C was creamy. Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1493.2 6 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify Prepositional A preposition is a word that shows a relationship between other words and phrases. Phrases A prepositional phrase is a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun. A prepositional phrase adds more details to a sentence. A sentence can have more than one prepositional phrase. Common prepositions: above, across, among, around, at, behind,

below, beyond, down, from, in, into, of, on, over, through, throughout, toward, under, up, with Identify the prepositions (circle) and the CF prepositional (underline) in the How did I/you identify thephrases prepositions and prepositional phrases in the passage below? passage U below. A Trip to the Zoo 1. Jayden woke on Sunday excited about the day. 2. Jaydens parents were planning a trip to the zoo in the familys new car. 3. After breakfast, Jaydens dad took him to the shop for special new shoes for the trip. 4. Jayden was so happy. 5. He danced to the music of the radio before he got in the car. 6. Once on the highway, Jayden and his parents sang songs throughout the drive to the zoo. 72 words Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1493.2 7 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify Prepositional A preposition is a word that shows a relationship between other words and phrases. Phrases A prepositional phrase is a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun. A prepositional phrase adds more details to a sentence. A sentence can have more than one prepositional phrase. Common prepositions: above, across, among, around, at, behind, below, beyond, down, from, in, into, of, on, over, through, throughout, toward, under, up, with Use one of the prepositions (circle) and complete the CF How did I/you use one of phrase the prepositions and complete t he prepositional phrase? prepositional (write). U 1 He likes his drinks (with/above) ________________________ ice . 2 singing The bird (outside/among the window is __________________. 3 The plane landed (on/in) ____________________________________. the runway 4 (answers vary) (answers vary) .

(answers vary) you Lily threw the ball (to/under) ____________________. (answers vary) 5 the fire The smoke (from/on)) ____________________________ was thick. 6 the surfer The great white shark swam (under/across________________. 7 the tree The fruit fell (above/under ________________________. (answers vary) (answers vary) Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1493.2 (answers vary) 8 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Determine1 the Function2 of A prepositional phrase is a group of words Prepositions Prepositional Phrases that begins with a preposition and ends with a about, above, across, after, among, noun. The function of a prepositional phrase is to add more details to a sentence. A prepositional phrase can tell about when, how or where. around, at, behind, by, down, during, from, in, into, of, on, onto, over, under, up, with, within Question When does John play catch? With a prepositional phrase John plays catch in the morning. How does John play catch? John plays catch with a ball. Where does John play catch? John plays catch at the beach. CF U Which of the following is a prepositional phrase to tell when? A. Ava went to school in the morning. B. Ava went to school in her mums car. In your own words, what is the function of a prepositional phase? The function of a prepositional phrase is _____. Determine the function of prepositional Read the sentence. phrases. 2 How did I/you identify the 1 2 Identify3the prepositional phrase. (underline) 3 Determine the question it answers. (circle) 4 State the function of the prepositional phrase.

1 Sentence Question Gary ran on the track. When? How? Where? 2 decorated the tree 3 Mumwith bright lights. Emma painted the 4 picture with soft colours. The pilot landed the plane on the runway. When? How? Where? CF U prepositional phrase? 3 How did I/you determine the function of the prepositional phrase? The function of the prepositional phrase is to tell me about where Gary ran. _____________________________ _____________________________ where the pilot _____________________________ landed the plane. _____________________________ When? How? Where? how mum decorated _____________________________ the tree. _____________________________ When? How? Where? _____________________________ how Emma painted _____________________________ the picture. 5 Dad goes to work at 7.30 am every morning, When? How? Where? _____________________________ when dad goes to _____________________________ work. 6 Austin went to the art gallery on his holiday. When? How? Where? _____________________________ when Austin went to _____________________________ the art gallery. 1 2 3

Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1495.1 9 figure out purpose find Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Determine the Function A prepositional phrase is a group of words Prepositions of Prepositional Phrases that begins with a preposition and ends with a about, above, across, after, among, noun. The function of a prepositional phrase is to add more details to a sentence. A prepositional phrase can tell about when, how or where. around, at, behind, by, down, during, from, in, into, of, on, onto, over, under, up, with, within Determine the function of prepositional phrases. 1 Read the sentence. 2 Identify the prepositional phrase. (shade) 3 Identify the function of the prepositional phrase. (shade) 1 CF U 2 How did I/you identify the prepositional phrase? 3 How did I/you determine the function of the prepositional phrase? Marshalling all their power, the girls pushed hard with all their strength. A Marshalling all their power 1 when B the girls 2 how C pushed hard 3 where D with all their strength. 2 The deer used all his energy running rapidly into the forest. A The deer 1 when B used all his energy 2 how C running rapidly 3 where D Into the forest. 3

Dominic grimaced as he saw the deep cut on his face. A Dominic grimaced 1 when B as he saw 2 how C the deep cut 3 where D on his face. Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1495.1 Activity continues on 10 1 gracefully Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Determine the Function A prepositional phrase is a group of words Prepositions of Prepositional Phrases that begins with a preposition and ends with a about, above, across, after, among, noun. The function of a prepositional phrase is to add more details to a sentence. A prepositional phrase can tell about when, how or where. 4 around, at, behind, by, down, during, from, in, into, of, on, onto, over, under, up, with, within The exterminator came on Monday to check all the rooms A The exterminator 1 when B came 2 how C on Monday 3 where D to check every room. 5 During the game, our group became excited as the home team scored. A During the game 1 when B our group 2 how C became excited 3 where D as the home team scored. 6 The cook spread the butter all over the bread with a large spoon. A The cook spread

1 when B the butter 2 how C with a large spoon 3 where D all over the bread. 7 On the wall, the family portrait was first seen as you entered the room. A On the wall, 1 when B the family portrait 2 how C was first seen 3 where D as you entered the room. Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1495.1 11 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Determine the Function A prepositional phrase is a group of words Prepositions of Prepositional Phrases that begins with a preposition and ends with a about, above, across, after, among, noun. The function of a prepositional phrase is to add more details to a sentence. A prepositional phrase can tell about when, how or where. around, at, behind, by, down, during, from, in, into, of, on, onto, over, under, up, with, within Determine the function of prepositional phrases. Read the passage. 1 2 Identify the prepositional phrase. (underline) 3 Determine the function of the prepositional phrase. (write on the line provided) CF U 2 How did I/you identify the prepositional phrase? 3 How did I/you determine the function of the prepositional phrase? The Game 1. The players ran onto the field. 2. They were all excited. 3 Their legs pushed with grace and power. 4. The opposing team strode majestically into the stadium. 5. Their bus was delayed earlier in the day. 6. The referees called the captains onto the field. 7. The game began and almost immediately the home team scored in the south goal. 8. The home town went crazy. where how

how when where where 60 words Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1495.1 12 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Determine the Function A prepositional phrase is a group of Phrases words that begins of Prepositional with a preposition and ends with a noun. The function of a prepositional phrase is to add more details to a sentence. A prepositional phrase can tell about when, how or where. Date: _______________ Prepositions about, above, across, after, among, around, at, behind, by, down, during, from, in, into, of, on, onto, over, under, up, with, within Rewrite the sentence adding a CF prepositional How did I/you rewrite the phrase. sentence adding a prepositional phrase? U 1 Anka gathers all the research. Anka gathers all the research in the library. (answers vary) 2 Jack ate his breakfast. Jack ate his breakfast at the kitchen table. (answers vary) 3 Patricia won a trophy. Patricia won a trophy for her paintings. (answers vary) 4 The car crashed The car crashed into the wall. (answers vary) Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1495.1 13 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Use Quotation Marks Dialogue is words said aloud between people. in Dialogue Quotation marks show where a speakers words begin and end. ( The dialogue tag identifies1 who is speaking. A comma separates2 the speakers words from the dialogue tag. Examples

Dialogue tag before the quotation Dialogue tag, Speech. Dialogue tag after the quotation Speech, dialogue tag. ) CF U Which of the following is an example of quotation marks used in dialogue? A. I am going home after school, said Joe. B. Joe is going home after school. Dylan said, We will go home after school. We will go home after school, said Dylan. Why is the sentence Dylan said he was going home not an example of dialogue? Non-example Dylan said he was going home after school. Dialogue Tag Clue Words: said, yelled, whispered, replied, answered, sighed, asked, confessed, blurted In your own words, what is dialogue? Dialogue is _____. Use quotation marks in dialogue. 1 2 3 4 Read the sentence carefully. Identify the dialogue tag. (underline) Insert3 the comma in the correct place. Insert the quotation marks around the dialogue. 1I 2 CF U 3 4 How did I/you identify the dialogue tag? How did I/you know where to insert a comma? How did I/you insert the quotation marks? am fascinated by insects , confessed Tyler. Samantha said , Not all snakes are dangerous. 3I 4 2 broke my mobile phone , cried Sophia. , I need help with this. Lars blurted 1 2 Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1492.1

Activity continues on 14 3 finds split into different parts place Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Use Quotation Marks Dialogue Tag Clue Words: said, yelled, whispered, need more time , pleaded Nathan. replied, 5inI Dialogue answered, sighed, asked, confessed, blurted Is your dad a fireman? Cynthia 6inquired. stated,My parents have a new 7 Rene car. have two grey cats that live 8We outsideanswered Jonathan. , Select all of the sentences which correctly CF use dialogue. How the did I/you punctuation select the sentences that had for correct punctuation? U 9 1 0 The great white shark lives in the Pacific Ocean, said Benjamin. Benjamin said the great white shark lives in the Pacific Ocean. Sophie said, my mother was born in Brisbane. Benjamin said, The great white shark lives in the Pacific Ocean. 1 2 When it rains, it usually rains hard Commented Andrew. Andrew commented, when it rains it usually rains hard. When it rains, it usually rains hard, said Andrew. Andrew said, When it rains, it usually rains hard.

Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1492.1 Sylvia said, My mother was born in Brisbane. My mother was born in Brisbane, Silvia said. The great white shark lives in the Pacific Ocean Benjamin said. 1 1 My mother was born in Brisbane, said Sophie. Its cold in the theatre, said Malcolm. It is cold in the theatre, Said Malcolm Malcolm said, It is cold in the theatre 15 Malcolm said, It is cold in the theatre. Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Use Quotation Marks A direct quotation is the exact words of an author taken from a text or speech. in Direct Direct quotations Quotation are usually used in informative or persuasive text. A direct quotation follows all the normal rules for quotation marks. Example: signal phrase before the direct quotation Dr. Bega writes, Barking spiders can be scary, but they are not deadly. signal phrase after the direct quotation Hurricanes are earths mightiest storms, explains author Patricia Lauber. Signal Phrase Clue words concludes, continues, describes, explains, mentions, notes, says, states, thinks, writes CF U Which of the following is a direct quote A. The book said that trees can take a long time to grow. B. The author writes, Each stage in the life cycle of a tree can take several years. In your own words, what is a direct quotation? A direct quotation is _____. Punctuate the direct quotations. 1 Identify the signal phrase. (underline) 2 Insert a comma in the correct location. 3 Insert quotation marks around the direct quote. CF U 1 How did I/you identify the signal phrase? 2

How did I/you know where to insert a comma? 3 How did I/you know where to insert quotation marks? 1 Dainere Anthoney states , Be true to the strength within your own heart then you can never go wrong. 2 Delta Goodrem wrote, All you see is me and all I truly believe that I was born to try. 3 A famous quote goes, All for one and one for all. healthy when you are young to be healthy when you 4Eat are older,a wise man once advised. , 5Live each day like it is your last. plants need water 6Allwrote the author. Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1492.1 the speaker concluded. and sunlight to live and grow , 16 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Use Quotations Marks A title is the name of a book, article, movie, or other work. In typed text, titles are usually italicised. in Titles When writing titles by hand, use quotation marks to punctuate a title. Example CF U Titles Which of the following is a title? How do you know it is a title? Typed text The Beauty of Space by Steven James Written text The Beauty of Space by Steven James A. The Big Red Ball B. a big red ball In your own words, how do we use quotation marks in titles? Punctuate titles correctly. 1 The short story

A bend in theRiver is engrossing. 2 When Deception Cuts Through James Rowes story the Heart is for a mature audience. 3 Fishis short, but Richard James Allens poem powerful. 4 Count Me New Zealands Eric Beach wrote the poem Out. Identify the correct use of quotation marks in titles. Tick all that apply 5 6 Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1492.1 17 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify the Function Quotation marks are used to punctuate several different things. Dialogue: The speakers exactMarks words of Quotation Direct Quote: Exact words from a text. Titles: Books, poems, articles and other written text. Examples: Quotations Dialogue Direct Quote Titles Dialogue tag before Do you want a fizzy drink? asked Max Dialogue tag after Max asked, Do you want a fizzy drink? The author writes, Many different kinds of creatures live in the desert. I just read a book called The Big Red Ball. What is the function of the quotation marks? Tick the correct answer. Hurrah! our team played great, Look out for the car, yelled 1 2 Rachel. dialogue 3 exclaimed Tasha. direct quote direct quote

title title 4 The speaker suggested, Every day in every way we get a little better. I just love life. said Eric Bana. dialogue dialogue direct quote title 5 dialogue direct quote title 6 The short story was titled, Over the Waves. My favourite song is from the movie The Lion King. dialogue dialogue direct quote direct quote title Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1492.1 title 18 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify1 Direct and Direct speech states exactly what a person or character says using quotation marks. Indirect Speech Indirect speech reports what a person or character says indirectly, without using quotation marks. Indirect speech does not have to be exact. Indirect speech sometimes begins with the word that. Example Marty said, Im hungry. (Direct Speech) Marty said that he was hungry. (Indirect Speech) Non-example Marty is hungry. Marty read an article entitled, Why the Hippos Were So Very Hungry. CF U Which of the following is an example of indirect speech? How do you know? A. Preston said that he wanted to buy new shoes. B. Preston said, I want to buy new shoes. In your own words, what is the difference between direct and indirect speech? In the chart below, identify whether each sentence CF How direct did I/you identify

whether the sentence used direct or indirect speech? uses or indirect speech. U Direct Speech Sentences 1 Joel yelled, Goodbye Francis. 2 Maya cried out, I hurt my foot. 3 Gabriel told the team that they needed to practise. 4 Scarlett pleaded for Tom to return her book. 5 Violet really liked the book Animalia. 6 The boys went fishing at the lake. 7 Abigail told her mum not to worry. 8 My cousin shrieked, Dont tickle me! 9 The teacher replied, I am busy right now. Indirect Speech 1 Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1494.1 19 Not Speech find Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify Direct and Direct speech states exactly what a person or character says using quotation Indirect Speech marks. Indirect speech reports what a person or character says indirectly, without using quotation marks. Indirect speech does not have to be exact. Indirect speech sometimes begins with the word that. Rules for Quotation

Direct Speech Marks Marty said, Im hungry. Marty said, Im hungry. Indirect Speech Marty said that he was hungry. Im hungry, he said. Rewrite the sentences below using direct speech. CF U 1 How did I/you rewrite the sentences using direct speech? Angus said that he would be on time. Angus said, I will be on time. (answers vary) 2 My friend said that she has seen this film before. I have seen this film before, my friend said. (answers vary) 3 Ben shouted that he had been here before Ben shouted, I have been here before. (answers vary) 4 Max boasted that he knew the answer. Max boasted, I know the answer. (answers vary) Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1494.1 20 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify Direct and Direct speech states exactly what a person or character says using quotation Indirect Speech marks. Indirect speech reports what a person or character says indirectly, without using quotation marks. Indirect speech does not have to be exact. Indirect speech sometimes begins with the word that. Rules for Quotation Direct Speech Marks Marty said, Im hungry. Marty said, Im hungry. Indirect Speech Marty said that he was hungry. Im hungry, he said. Rewrite the sentences below using indirect speech. CF U 1 How did I/you rewrite the sentences using indirect speech? Bree complained, My teacher gives me too much work. Bree complained that her teacher gave her too much work. (answers vary) 2 Taylah repeated, I didnt eat the cookie! Taylah repeated that she didnt eat the cookie. (answers vary) 3 Holden recounted, I dont remember the colour of the car.

Holden recounted that he didnt remember the colour of the car. (answers vary) 4 Aaron explained, This is how I did the problem. Aaron explained how he did the problem. (answers vary) Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1494.1 21 Term 1 Name: _______________________________ Date: _______________ Identify Direct and Direct speech states exactly what a person or character says using quotation Indirect Speech marks. Indirect speech reports what a person or character says indirectly, without using quotation marks. Indirect speech does not have to be exact. Indirect speech sometimes begins with the word that. Rules for Quotation Direct Speech Marks Marty said, Im hungry. Marty said, Im hungry. Indirect Speech Marty said that he was hungry. Im hungry, he said. Rewrite the sentences below as both direct and indirect speech correctly. CF How did I/you rewrite the sentences as both direct and indirect speech correctly? U 1 Thomas said. that he ate the pie. Thomas said, I ate the pie. Thomas said that he ate the pie. 2 Corey blurted out, Im mad. Corey blurted out, Im mad! Corey blurted out that he was mad. 3 Susan asked if she could help. Susan asked, Can I help? Susan asked if she could help. 4 Tegan claimed, Im the winner. Tegan claimed, Im the winner. Tegan claimed that she was the winner. Australian Curriculum English Year 4 Language 1494.1 22 Term 1

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