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[转载]2012年合肥一模英语试题及参考答案

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                          合肥市2012年高三第一次教学质量检测

英语试题

(考试时间:120分钟  满分:150分)

注意事项:

1.选择题用答题卡的考生,答第Ⅰ卷前,务必将自己的姓名、准考证号、试题科目用2B铅笔涂写在答题卡上。

2.选择题用答题卡的考生,在答第Ⅰ卷时,每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其它答案,不能答在试题卷和答题卷的选择题栏中;不用答题卡的考生,在答第Ⅰ卷时,每小题选出答案后,填在答题卷相应的选择题栏上。

3.答第Ⅱ卷时,考生务必将自己的学校、姓名、考点、准考证号填在答题卷相应的位置;答题时,请用0.5毫米的黑色签字笔直接答在答题卷上,不要在试题卷上答题。

4.考试结束,监考人将答题卷和答题卡一并收回,第Ⅰ、Ⅱ卷不收回。

 

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分3 0)

第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1. Which section does the man like to read?    

A. Entertainment.                 B. Sports.                   C. Advertisement.

2. How did the woman know about the fire? 

A. She heard about it.              B. She witnessed it.            C. She saw it on TV

3. What are the speakers talking about?       

A. Wine.                        B. Apples.                     C. Rice.

4. What's the relationship between the two speakers? 

A. Patient and doctor.        

B. Student and teacher.        

C. Shop assistant and customer.

5. Why can't the man concentrate on his study?     

A. Because he keeps thinking of going to the movies.

B. Because his classmates are taking a break.

C. Because he has been studying for too long.             

第二节(共l 5小题,每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时问。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。 

6. What does Blaire like about his job?  

A. Being famous.               B. His income.                 C. Weeks of traveling.

7. When doesn't Blaire feel nervous?  

A. Before a game.               B. During the game.             C. During the training.

8. What does Blaire think of the next day's game? 

A. His team will gain first.      

B. His team is not fully prepared for it.

C. Bulls has a big chance of winning.

听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。 

9. Where does the conversation most probably take place? 

A. In a hotel.                     B. In a shop.                     C. In a restaurant.

10. Who does the woman have dinner with?  

A. Her friend.                     B. Her husband.                  C. Nobody.

11. What does the woman have for dessert? 

A. Ice cream.                      B. Chocolate cake.                C. Fresh fruit.

听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。

12. Where did the woman want to go at first?  

A. To a swimming pool.           B. To a railway station.            C. To a bus station.

13. How much will the woman pay? 

A. $10.                          B. $ 5.                         C. $ 0.

14. What time can people visit the gym? 

A. At 5 pm.                      B. At 7 am.                     C. At 10 pm.

听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。 

15. Where does the conversation most probably take place? 

A. In a teaching building.           B. In a school library.            C. At tennis court.

16. What books is the woman looking for?

A. Books on literature.

B. Books on tennis.

C. Books on teaching.

17. What would the woman most probably do next?

A. Write an essay.                 B. Play tennis.                 C. Go to the library.

听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 

18. What is the speaker talking about? 

A. Music manners.                 B. MP5 players.               C. Table manners.

19. Why does the writer advise people not to play music too loud?

A. Because it makes them tired.  

B. Because it is bad for MP5 players. 

C. Because it hurts their ears.

20. Where might people be allowed to use MP5 players? 

A. In the school.                       

B. At a restaurant.                 

C. In a library.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45)

第一节:单项填空(共l 5小题;每小题1分, 满分1 5分)

从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。

21. I don’t know who invented ________ iphone, but I think it is________ most useful invention.

      A. the; a              B. the; the            C. an; the            D. an; a

22. Rose is Mr. Smith’s secretary, so she has ________ to all his business e-mails.

     A. access             B. account             C. way              D. power     

23. —Have you got enough tickets?  —Not yet, we just need ________ one.

     A. other              B. the second           C. another           D. the other

24. I can’t say thank you ________ much. I couldn’t have succeeded without your help.

     A. too                B. quite               C. that              D. very

25. The disaster took away his family but with a strong will he finally________.

     A. picked up           B. pulled through       C. got across         D. worked out

26. — Come to supper with us, Peter. 

      — Great! And ________ a bottle of wine.

     A.     I’ll bring       B. I’m going to bring      C. I will be bringing      D. I’m bringing

27. The constant rise of meat price requires that effective measures ________ by the government.

     A. must be taken        B. be taken           C. will be taken         D. should take

28. Mrs. Black had such a wonderful time ________ she visited her friends in Sydney last year.

     A. when               B. that               C. which               D. as   

29. She is expected to ________ a good doctor when she graduates from the medical college.

     A. turn                B. do                C. make              D. change

30. John was dismissed last week because of his ________ attitude towards his job.

     A. informal             B. casual            C. positive           . enthusiastic

31. This hotel isn’t particularly good, but I ________ in many worse hotels.  

     A. was staying          B. have stayed         C. stayed              D. had stayed

32. A good advertisement often uses words ________ people attach positive meanings.

     A. that                B. which              C. to that              D. to which

33. —Remember the first time we met?      

      —Sure. You ________ in the supermarket.

      A. had shopped         B. have shopped        C. were shopping       D. shopped

34. How pleased the girl was ________ that she got the first place in the English Speech Contest!

      A. learning                  B. learned                     C. to learning               D. to learn

35. —A second, please? I’m coming a call.

      —________. I’m not in a hurry.

      A. No problem        B. Leave me alone      C. Do as you like      D. Take your time

 

第二节: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(A、B、C、和D)中,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。

    Recently divorced and unemployed, I was on my way downtown to go the rounds of the employment offices. I had no umbrella, for my old one had  36 , and I could not  37  another one.

    I sat down in the  38  and there against my sea t was a(n) 39  silk umbrella with a silver handle. I had  40  seen anything so lovely. I examined the handle and saw a carved  41 . The usual procedure would have been to  42  the umbrella to the conductor, but an idea  43  to me. I decided to take it with me and find the owner myself.

    I got off the bus in a downpour and  44  opened the umbrella to protect myself. Then I  45  a telephone book for the name on the umbrella. I called and a lady  46  .

    Yes, she said  47 , that was her umbrella, which her parents, now dead, had given her as a birthday present. But, she  48 , it had been stolen  49  her doorstep a month before.

    She was so excited that I  50  I was looking for a job and went directly to her house. She took the umbrella, and her eyes were filled with  51 . She wanted to give me a  52  , but — though twenty dollars was all I had in the world — her happiness at regaining this  53  possession was such that to have accepted money would have  54  something. We talked for a while and I left.

    A week later, I got a job as a sales manager  55 . It might be my kindness that paid off. But who knows?

36. A. broken up              B. gone away            C. fallen apart            D. faded away

37. A. afford                    B. borrow                 C. find                        D. repair

38. A. office                    B. bus                       C. theater                    D. train             

39. A. ugly                       B. beautiful              C. worn                       D. ancient         

40. A. even                      B. always                  C. already                   D. never           

41. A. design                   B. number                C. name                      D. brand

42. A. turn in                  B. show off              C. open up                  D. carry away    

43. A. occurred              B. ran                       C. struck                     D. happened

44. A. firmly                  B. suddenly              C. casually                 D. thankfully     

45. A. read                     B. searched              C. got                          D. used

46. A. appeared             B. replied                 C. answered                D. screamed

47. A. in surprise          B. in panic                C. in silence               D. in anger

48. A. assumed             B. added                    C. declared                 D. announced

49. A. from                   B. in                          C. beside                    D. of

50. A. mentioned         B. forgot                   C. realized                 D. remembered

51. A. memory             B. honor                   C. tears                       D. thanks

52. A. gift                     B. position               C. hug                         D. reward         

53. A. expensive          B. common              C. rare                        D. special          

54. A. bought               B. ruined                  C. expressed              D. enjoyed        

55. A. immediately     B. naturally              C. hopefully               D. unexpectedly 

第三部分:阅读理解(20小题;每小题2分,满分40)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并标在答题卷的相应位置。用答题卡的考生,先把选出的最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置,再转涂到答题卡上。

A

       Nowadays a growing number of grassroots entertainers are stepping into the public eye. Although a sudden success provides quick fame, experts say not all the rising stars will have a promising future.

    2012年合肥一模英语试题及参考答案(word版)

       The grassroots band Xu Ri Yang Gang, meaning rising sun in Chinese, suddenly became popular after uploading a video of them singing “In the Spring”. Actually, they have never been stopping struggling to realize their dreams. After that they were frequently invited to big media events in China, like the CCTV Spring Festival Gala.

      However, just as many thought they were about to go further, the original singer of the song “In the Spring” stepped in to prevent the band from performing his songs.

    2012年合肥一模英语试题及参考答案(word版)  
      Different from Xu Ri Yang Gang, China's rising star Liu Wei is considered to have more professional skills, enabling him to enjoy a long-lasting popularity. The armless pianist who plays the song “Hope” with his toes (脚趾) has won the champion of the television talent show China's Got Talent.

       Now, he is signed with Fremantle Media and Sony Music, and is kept busy everyday. He believes his determination to succeed makes him a hit.

       2012年合肥一模英语试题及参考答案(word版)
       Another fairy tale story is
the case of rising star Susan Boyle. She came to international public attention after appearing as a candidate on Britain's Got Talent in 2009, singing “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Miserables. Her first album became the biggest selling album in the world in 2009, selling 9 million copies.

      As for Chinese grassroots stars, experts say besides big dreams, they need more original compositions to achieve big results.

56. What would be the best title for the text?

      A. Rising grassroots stars.                               B. Comparison of grassroots stars.

      C. Ways of grassroots getting famous.           D. differences between grassroots stars’ life.

57. From the text we know that Xu Ri Yang Gang got popular through ________.

      A. CCTV

      B. newspapers

      C. contests

      D. the Internet

58. The underlined words “a hit” in Paragraph 5 most probably means “________”.

      A. a strike           B. a success           C. an achievement        D. an influence

59. It can be inferred from the text that ________.

      A. grassroots stars can’t have a promising future at all

      B. most of grassroots stars have professional skills

     C. grassroots stars need to focus more on their original works

     D. talent show is the only way for grassroots stars to get rising

B

      Most people who move to a foreign country or culture may go through some form of culture shock, and its degree is determined by the differences between cultures, the anxieties to adapt to a new culture and the familiarity with the new culture, etc. If you go, for example, to a culture that is far different from your own, you’re likely to experience culture shock more sharply than those who move to a new culture knowing the language and the customs of the new culture.

      It is important to understand and learn how to deal with culture shock if you are to adapt successfully to your new home’s culture. There are four general stages of cultural adjustment, and being aware of them helps you understand that culture shock won’t last long, a process you are going through rather than a constant situation.

      The first stage is usually referred to as the ‘honeymoon’ stage. Upon arriving in a new environment, you’ll be interested in the new culture, everything will seem thrilling and everyone will seem friendly and helpful. During this stage you are merely taking in these impressions passively.

       But it isn’t long before the honeymoon stage gives way to the second stage – the withdrawal stage. The excitement you felt before is gone and problems arise. The language is hard to learn, people are unusual and unpredictable, friends are hard to make, and simple things like shopping and going to the bank are challenges. It is at this stage that you are likely to feel anxious and homesick, and you will probably find yourself complaining about the new culture or country. This is the stage called ‘culture shock’.

       At some point, if you can manage it well, you’ll transition into the next stage, the ‘recovery’ stage, in which you’ll feel more confident functioning in the new culture. Customs and traditions are clearer and easier to understand. At this stage, you’ll deal with new challenges with humor rather than anxiety.

60. According to the passage, culture shock can be ________.

      A. dealt with more easily for some people       B. reduced by learning the language alone

      C. avoided by knowing adjustment stages         D. got rid of by learning just the customs

61. The “honeymoon” stage probably refers to ________.

      A. the first moth after the wedding       B. the period of excitement

      C. the stage of adaptation                      D. the holiday for a newly-married couple          

62. Which of the following doesn’t belong to the second stage?

      A. Becoming upset.                                B. Missing family.    

     C. Feeling confident.                              D. Making complains.

63. What would be probably discussed in the paragraph that follows?

      A. Consequences of culture shock.                B. Challenges in a new country.

      C. Preparations for a new culture.                 D. The 4th stage of cultural adjustment.

C

       Let’s face it. No one drinks diet soda for the taste. People drink diet soda in the hope that it will help them lose weight — or at least keep them from gaining it. Yet it seems to have exactly the opposite effect, according to a new study.

       Researchers from the University of Texas said those who drank two or more diet sodas a day had waist size increases that were six times greater than those of people who didn’t drink diet soda. “What we saw was that the more diet sodas a person drinks, the more weight they were likely to gain,” said Sharon Fowler.

       The study was based on data from 474 participants in a larger, ongoing research project, where the participants were followed for nearly 10 years.

       While the findings were surprising, they also offer some explanations.

        Nutrition expert, Melanie Rogers, who works with overweight patients in New York, has found that when patients are switched from regular to diet soda, they don’t lose weight at all. “We weren’t seeing weight loss necessarily, and that was confusing to us,” said Rogers.

        So why would diet soda cause weight gain? No one knows for sure yet, but it could be that people think they can eat more if they drink diet soda, and so over-compensate for the missing calories.

        A related study found some sweeteners(甜味剂)raised blood sugar levels in some mice. “Data from this and other potential studies suggest that the promotion of diet sodas and artificial sweeteners may be risky,” said study researcher Helen P. Hazuda, professor at the University of Texas’s school of medicine. “They may be free of calories, but not of consequences.”

64. People drink diet soda to ________.

      A. enjoy its taste     B. stay in fashion     C. achieve weight lose     D. gain more energy

65. The new study suggests that drinking diet soda ________.

      A. cause people to become heavier              B. helps people to be healthier

      C. makes people much thinner                      D. offers people more calories

66. We can learn from the passage that ________.

       A. regular soda makes people lose more weight

       B. diet soda drinkers tend to eat more food

       C. diet soda does help reduce calories

       D. most blood diseases come from diet soda

67. The underlined word “They” in the last paragraph probably refers to ________.

       A. sweeteners                             B. diet sodas and artificial sweeteners

      C. sodas                                        D. diet soda drinkers and sweetener takers

D

       As students enter the school building, they are easy targets of peer pressure. Students may become involved in activities that are dangerous to themselves, or others, due to peer pressure.

       Drugs, including alcohol, are a major part of peer pressure. A research institute reports that about 30 percent of teenagers are offered drugs in middle and high school. The majority of teens consume their first drink of alcohol at the age of 13. The National Household Survey on Drug Use and Health from the Department of Health and Human Services informs the public that 74.3 percent of high school students have tried alcohol. A large percentage of those who drink alcohol are also smokers. The American Lung Association points out that about 3.1 million adolescents are smokers in the U.S. Almost 25 percent of teens between 17 and 18 years old are regular smokers.

       Peer pressure can affect the behavior, clothing choice, music and movie choice and the personality of the person influenced. Academics can also be affected by peer influence. People can be affected by these factors and remain completely unaware of the changes to their lifestyle, but some people do realize when they are being pressured. Just by simply spending time with others, a person can become more like them.

      “If you are being pressured to do things that you know are wrong,” Sheats, a senior, said, “you should get out of that situation and tell a trusted adult.” For people to avoid becoming a victim to peer pressure, they must make their own decisions. Judgment of a situation based on one’s morals is very important in peer pressure situations. “People,” Sheats added, “should follow their own hearts.”

68. The passage is mainly about ________.

      A. peer influence                                   B. teenagers’ lifestyles  

      C. academic pressure                            D. moral judgment

69. According to the second paragraph, ________.

      A. teen smokers are more than teen alcoholics

      B. almost a quarter of teens are regular smokers

      C. most teens begin to try alcohol at the age of 13

      D. about 30% of teenagers try drugs in middle school

70. It can be inferred from the passage that ________.

      A. no one knows they are being influenced by their friends

      B. teenagers tend to spend more time with their friends

      C. people are more easily influenced by those around them

      D. peer pressure affects people’s behaviors rather than academics

71. Sheats suggests when pressured to do something awful, we teens should ________.

      A. ask our peers for help                                 B. keep it secret from our parents

      C. accept our peers’ decisions                        D. make decisions on our own morals

E

       Restoring the quake-hit ecosystems is a question of balancing the interests of the local people and the environment. Rural methane (沼气) projects can reduce the number of locals taking firewood from the mountainsides. The use of straw as food for animals will ensure that vegetation can grow. In Sihai township and Dazhuangke village, in Beijing, they now have forestry coverage of 85% or more, compared to the 30% they had 15 years ago. Back then, land was used very inefficiently: one person would use 20 mu of forest just for firewood. With those pressures on the ecosystem, no amount of spending on reforestation will succeed. Then the government relocated the population and paid those who remained to tend the forest and provide coal. This reduced the pressures on the ecosystem and it was able to recover naturally.

       When an ecosystem has not been pushed past certain limits, it is able to recover on its own. Human involvement should only play a minor role, including after an earthquake. This is particularly the case for sandy grasslands, grasslands deserts, the mountains of the south and the northern sides of mountains in the north. In these areas soil remains and the water, light, heat and nutrients needed are available. It is even more appropriate in areas with a small population, where it can avoid money being wasted on ineffective efforts, such as creating forests in dry areas.

       The creation of nature reserves should be model to allow damaged ecosystems to recover. Funding can start at the national level; centrally-funded nature reserves can enforce environmental protection laws and help to promote the local economy. This will solve the problems of reserves being run to make money. When national reserves are funded, local governments will be able to adopt the same model and provide the funds for nature reserves from their own budgets. The first projects should be established in nature reserves hit by the quake; these can then become models for other areas.

72. To restoring quake-hit ecosystem, government should ________.

      A. forbid locals from taking firewood from the mountainside

      B. encourage local people to feed their animals just with straw

      C. spend large amounts of money relocating the population

      D. protect the environment without harming locals’ interests

73.   The forestry coverage in rural Beijing has increased greatly because ________.

      A. pressures on land have been reduced          B. a large amount of coal is provided

      C. no people live in that area                            D. locals take good care of the forest

74.   According to the passage, ________ play(s) a major role in ecosystem recovery.

       A. local people     B. nature itself     C. human involvement     D. government’s effort     

75.   According to the last paragraph, which of the following is NOT true?

       A. Nature reserves could be helpful to recover the damaged ecosystems.

       B. Centrally-funded nature reserves are beneficial for local economy.

       C. Some nature reserves are created for the purpose of making money.

       D. The first projects on nature reserves should be set up in quake-hit areas.

四部分:写作(共两节,满分35)

第一节任务型读写(共10小题;每小题1分, 满分10分)

阅读下面短文,根据所读内容在表格中的空白处填入恰当的单词。

注意:每个空格只填一个单词。                     

      Society today tells us that automatic pencils are a lot better than manual ones which you have to sharpen every 5 seconds. Maybe this is true. However, there are some benefits from using an old-fashioned traditional pencil which you cannot get with an automatic one.

      To be honest, it is quite convenient to use an automatic pencil with an easy press on the button. Meanwhile a manual pencil doesn’t enjoy any pluses. But it is sort of strange that manual pencils should be used in standardized tests today. Chances are that the manual pencil makes the line of gray look nicer.

       Nowadays, it always is a battle between who has the newest, most high-tech gadget (小装置). From pencils, cars, and to clothes. The newer it is, it seems the more popular it becomes. If you walk around school, you will for sure find at least three out of ten people walking around with the latest iPhone4. If you are one of the luckier ones walking around with the newest Nokia phones, you will get laughed at.

       Maybe an automatic pencil is better at the moment, but after using it for a while, usually the pencil will break. Most people lose them and don’t remember to carry extra lead (铅芯) to fill them up with. Because it can do so much that it needs a lot of lead. Just like an iphone4 needs to be charged after it has done so much work. As for the manual pencil, the lead will also run out but unlike the mechanical pencil it will last longer. Besides, the automatic pencil and the iphone4 are more likely to get stolen while the manual pencil along with the Nokia phone will be left alone and most likely returned to you.

 

 

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Automatic Pencils (76) ________ Manual Pencils?

People’s (77) ______ towards the high-tech gadgets

●The newer gadget like the iphone4 becomes more (78)______.

●You will be (79)________ at with the Nokia phones at school.

Advantages

●The automatic pencil is easier to use only by (80)________ the button.

●The manual pencil is (81)________ to make the line of grey look nicer.

●The manual pencil can last longer.

(82)________

●The automatic pencils tend to (83) ________  after being used for a while.

●People often (84)________ to take more lead along to fill the automatic pencil up with.

●(85) ________ with the manual pencil, the automatic one is more likely to get stolen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

第二节书面表达(满分25分)

       网购已成为很多高中生青睐的一种现代购物形式。请你以“Online Shopping”为题,并从以下三个方面,用英语写一篇短文,谈谈自己对网购的一些看法。

越来越多的高中生喜欢在网上购买商品

网上购物可能存在的问题

你的建议

注意:1. 词数:100左右;     

2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

参考词汇:网店店主 Internet shopping provider   假货 fake goods

 

Online shopping

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合肥市2012年高三第一次教学质量检测

英语试题参考答案

 

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

1-5 BBAAC          6-10 BBACB           11-15 CACAA         16-20 ACACB

 

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(共l 5小题;每小题1分。满分1 5分)

21-25 ADCAB        26-30 ABACB          31-35 BDCDD

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

36-40 CABBD         41-45 CAADB         46-50 CABAB          51-55 CDDBD

 

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

56-59 ADBC      60-63 ABCD      64-67 CABB     68-71 ACCD     72-75 DABD

 

第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节任务型读写(共10小题;每小题1分。满分10分)

76. or/Or/v.s   77. attitude(s) / reaction(s)   78. popular/fashionable   79. laughed   

80. pressing / pushing  81. likely  82. Disadvantages  83. break  84. forget  85. Compared

 

第二节书面表达(满分25分)

One possible version

Online Shopping

        Nowadays, shopping through the Internet has been becoming increasingly popular among senior high school students and they prefer to buy almost everything they want online. There is no denying that they can have fun and enjoy its convenience.

        Online shopping, however, can sometimes bring headaches to students. For one thing, the quality of the goods may not be as good as described and it is possible for them to buy fake goods. For another, normally it is very hard for buyers to change those goods bought online, with which they are not satisfied.

        Personally, I strongly hold the view that regulations and rules should be made to supervise Internet shopping providers. If so, I believe a safe and pleasant online shopping is just awaiting us.

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