rules for completing sentences (2023)

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Sentence completion is filling in incomplete parts of sentences.

termsMain proposal
A subject + a finite verb (non-finite verb)
simple sentence
too many... for/enough for/despite/despite/because/due to/due to/for+gerund/without +gerund/will you care/instead of/instead
Termstwo key terms
Linked to FANBOYS (for/and/not/but/or/else/yet/so)
Complex sentences
Both clauses will continue concurrently
TermsMain and subordinate clauses with subordinate conjunctions added
complex sentences
main clause + linking clause + clause
Subordinate conjunction + subordinate clause + main clause
从属连词:how, who, who, what, who, whom, why, where, where, when, whenever, if, had, in case, unless, provided, whenever, whenever, that, that, so that, in order to , although, though, since, when, as, as, while, as much, as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as

Very much(Guangzhou...THE)enough(enough),so that(Guangzhou...† THE),so that(Ggb†h), so/for what(high pressureKi/hourG), maybe (resumeq) , Would you mind (you That something heart will serve), it's time / it's time (Now suitable year), front (ofsubway/in the past),back (doI), until/up to/at the same time (hZ¶bbv I think so), except (hw`bv), if/has/if (material".), althoughnever, whenever/whenever/whenever (This is according That), from (hLb/WHERE/‡h‡nZz), as if / as if(like), because as(HDoes not apply), Why (WHERE), as much as possible (as much as possible longer possible), immediately (immediately)

Look at the structure below

  1. Subject (person) + verb + also + adj/adv + to + verb1 + ext.

Subject (thing) + verb + also + adj/adv + for + obj + to + verb1 + ext.

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  • subject + verb + adjective + enough + to + verb1 + ext.

Subject + verb + sufficient + noun + to + verb1 + prov.

  • Sujeto (persona) + verbo + so + adj/adv + that + sub + can/could (not) + verb1 + ext.

Sujeto (cosa)+verbo+ so+ adj/adv +for+obj+that+sub+can/could(not)+verb1+ ext .

  • Subject + Verb + such (a/an) + Adjective + Noun + that + Subject + Verb + ext.
  • Subject + verb + so that/ so that + sub + can/can't (can't) + verb1 + ext.
  • Subject + verb + so that + sub + should/could + verb1 + ext.

动词 + ext + so that + you + should/could + verb1 + ext.

  • Do you mind + verb1 + ing + ext?
  • Ya es hora/ya es hora + past participle

it's time / it's time +de+ verb 1

  • past perfect + before + simple past

simple past + past + past perfect

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  1. As long as it has + sub + verb3 + ext + that + Past simple

He barely had + sub + verb 3 + ext + when/before + past

I just had + sub + verb 3 + ext + when + past tense

  1. up to/out + affirmative sentence + other sentence

other sentence + until/except + affirmative sentence

  1. While + past tense + another clause

while +verb1+ing

Conditional Sentences: A sentence beginning with if is called a conditional sentence. Remember, had, in case, was, less, provide, provide that, make sure can be used instead of If.

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null stateif + now simple + now simple
first conditionIt is possible and likely that the conditions are met. If + present participle + sub + shall/will/can/can + verb1 + ext
second conditionIt is possible, but highly unlikely that the conditions will be met. If + pasado simple + sub + would/could/might+ verb1 + ext Or, if it's a bird, it flies free. Or, if he had enough money, he would start a business.
third conditionThe condition cannot be fulfilled. If + past perfect +sub+would/could/could+has+verb3+except Or, if he has seen her before, he will tell the truth.
  1. Whenever / whenever / whenever / in case / unless / they have followed the structure of conditional sentences.
  2. noun/pronoun + relative pronoun + verb (according to the word before the relative pronoun)

verb + (how/what/when/which) + to

W/h Clause: The “W/h” clause isClausesuggested by one of themw/h-word(what, who, who, when, where, why, how). it can be liketheme,object, Thecomplementary

  1. present/future + when/after + present
  2. from/as/as

It's simple now... It was simple

present tense…………past simple

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Practice completing sentences.

also + adj/adv + (for + adverb) + to + verb1 + ext
He is very old. She is very weak. Screenwriters are very poor. This kid is so smart. John is so upset. We are so sad. The old man is very honest. I am so confused. so boring. too low. The box is too small. John is so poor——. We're too late-. So are the elderly. Studying abroad is very expensive for the average student. The poor guy is so hungry. Such a fool. I am so upset. You are too small -. She is very shy. We are too late. It was too heavy for her. This poem is very difficult for me. The water is very salty. His box is very heavy. This girl is quite clever—. He wasn't strong enough—.
so+ adj /adv + (for + obj) + that + sub + can/could (not) + verb1 + ext
Zinnia is so tired. It's cold. The old man is very tired. The old man was very thirsty. The box is so heavy. Babies are so small. The box is so old that the problem is very difficult for me. The fog is very thick. Time is so precious that—. He ate so many mangoes. The patient is very weak—. This kid is so smart. John is so poor——. We arrived too late -. The old man is very tired. The old man was very weak. He is so stupid. Musa is so determined. He is very weak. So dishonest. Dinner was delicious. The load is too heavy. But we are so self-centered—. I am very happy-. He happens to be a well-known astrologer—. Seeing this the king became furious. He drifted into —. The grapes are hanging so high that... I'm amazed. I am very busy--. I am so tired. But our patients are so sick that-. I was so sick that-. He is very greedy. They are so disobedient. Sometimes it just happens.
so that/so that + sub + can/could + verb1 + ext.
You have to make the most of your time like this——. We make money to--. He studied so earnestly that——. The writer wanted mountain air, so—— Speak loudly in meetings like this-. Open a bank account like this——. Read carefully at -. He read it so carefully that-. For this purpose, he worked hard. He will learn to count to—. He saved some money, so... We practice like this -. Let's eat na-. For this purpose, he worked hard. He always flatters his boss to the point—. He went to London to... Open a bank account so——. He's here to—. We have to develop the crops scientifically so that--. You should use your time so that—. I went to the book fair, so... We work together so that-. He climbed a tree, so-. Many dishonest people cut down trees to—. Naveed is applying for a scholarship for--. It's here to-. Open a bank account like this——. A part-time job is required for this. We must be on time so-. We should be motivated like this-. We must develop the habit of reading, so——. We have to be diligent, so-. We're bringing food, so... Let's eat na-. Robert the Bruce fought with British soldiers, so--. Men eat like that——.
not be + sub + should/could + ρήμα1 + εξωτ
Hurry up so you don't-. Go quickly, don't you- study hard -. - so they don't get left behind. They hurriedly ran to avoid being--. Please read carefully. Avoid mistakes so that you are not -. The old man was walking very slowly, afraid of ——. They hurriedly ran to avoid being--. Go to the bank with a check to avoid -. Read carefully so you don't--. Never deal with a girl-. Sumi read carefully lest-. The old man walked carefully so as not to be caught by——. She began to save money so that...  She remained silent because she was afraid of——. They build houses like that——. We say so -. He left because he was afraid——. He'll be back soon so he doesn't... The officer expressed his sympathy for the boy because he hadn't--. He knew he was afraid—. He walked quickly so he wouldn't be--. He changed his mind and said no. He's wearing calfskin, so--. I was silent, afraid-. I pulled the baby out of the water so he wouldn't drown. I have revealed the truth so that no one is misunderstood. He quickly closed his eyes. I whispered to Heleist. I lied. It hides less. He didn't—he closed his eyes. I leave the golest -.
Do you mind + verb + ing + ...? This is a great way to ask politely without causing the other person too much trouble.
Would you mind speaking in English? Would you mind lending me your bike? Would you like to share your experience? Would you like to send me this email? Would you mind passing me this bottle? you can do itmindclosureThatVentana? Would you like to look in my bag for a few minutes? Would you like to explain this to your colleagues? Would you mind sending me a list of all the people coming? Would you like to return the book to me? Would you mind reading this? Would you mind getting these boxes for me?
It's time / time + a + verb1 Ya es hora/ya es hora + past participle It's too late for anything to happen.
It's time to-. The time has come for you - now. Now is the committee's time -- It's their time. It's time for the government to step in. It's time for the kids-. It's time for the students. Now, it's time to remove — . It's time to find out. It's time to take control-. It's time to get started. It's time to change. It's time to cut back. It's time to put our best foot forward... it's time to get to know each other. It's time to find out. Time to highlight it. Now is the time to do it. It's time for him to face the truth. It's time to fix this car. It's time to fix your car. It's time to fix this car. Time to buy a new car. Time to buy a new car. It's time to buy a new car. It's time to go to bed. It's time to build that shelf. Yescontraltoour timeI getONEto payThey increaseTime to buy a new pair of jeans. Now is the time to start thinking about saving for your future years.
Past perfect + before + simple past (an action that happened before another action in the past)
Simple past + after + past perfect tense (an action that happened after another action in the past)
He goes home early. — before the patient dies. — before the train leaves the station. —before the bell rings. - before I get it. I have written this letter before. The train left the station earlier. He lived in Dhaka. You have learned English before. Before Koya ran to me. He lived in Dhaka. Before students start writing—. We left the stadium early. You have learned English before. You have learned German before. He hadn't learned Italian before...he had taken the job before. I have saved my documentHe entered the class after-. Then it rained——. After finishing my meal——. They gave him the job after... They went to college after... After I eat firni——. After Mina finished her breakfast——. After reading the letter. The movie starts - after I eat five apples -. I got to the cinema after... After reading the letter,——. Gave after washing the car. Then the students came to the university. The patient died from - after passing the post-graduate, -. His father died - we got to the station after -.
As long as it has + sub + verb3 + ext + that + Past simple
He barely had + sub + verb 3 + ext + when/before + past
I just had + sub + verb 3 + ext + when + past tense
It's barely gone. I barely made it to the station. As soon as the thief left the prison -. The doctor just left. Once in the room. The rain hardly stopped. We just went to the event-. The sun had just risen. I just finished school. The police have just left the scene. We heard almost no noise. I just finished a project. When the man saw... The thief just saw the police. We barely made it to college. The police just arrived. Just arrived. We just heard the news-. He hardly ever sees me. We barely made it to the hospital.The baby is just starting to cry. I barely went to sleep. He barely took a dose of his medicine. He barely made it to the bus stop. No, the driver just saw the sign -- . He just arrived at the station. Almost all the teachers stood up. There are few on the list. I just got to the place. He just arrived at the station. He barely went to college. He just arrived at the station.The thief just escaped from prison. I barely entered the room. The boy just came home. He barely missed the bird. - When a pet approaches a dog. He just arrived at the station. The meeting begins. He just arrived at the station. We just got to school. We barely made it to the field. I barely entered the exam hall. The teacher just left——.
up to/out + affirmative sentence + other sentence
You cannot pass unless—. You don't shine in life unless... Unless you work hard. - You will fail. Unless you work hard. He can't get one unless... Unless you study hard. Work hard unless you study. Unless you're in a hurry. Unless you study a lot. Unless you study hard. Unless you're united, then—. One cannot demand respect from others unless——. Unless we can sacrifice ourselves for our country. Unless we are honestly making money-. We cannot keep fit unless——. Unless we learn English. Unless the man works hard.We continued until we were tired. We will stay in this room. They won't leave until —. He will wait for me until... They will work until —. He did not go to bed until... He will wait for me until... Allah is with us until——. - until you know. They won't leave until—. He will wait for me until... Work hard until—. Let's go to-. We'll stay in this room until you... wait here until—.Until — he was joking. They continue to work until—. We wait there until —. I'll take care of my mom until we... we're there until—. Wait here until—. work hard -. You will continue to write until... You will continue to write until... I will wait there until —. I'll take care of my mom until we... we're there until—. Wait here until—.
if + now indefinite + sub + will/can/could + verb1 + ext
If you drive the car -. If we make the most of our time—. ——If it snows in the afternoon. If you call me if you feel bad-. If you don't work hard. If you had notified me before-. If you neglect to study if you are hungry -. If you study hard-. if you walk slowly if you help me-. If you don't waste your time. If you write to me If you invite me -. If you read more even if your uncle comes. To be honest, if -. If you don't study often, -. If you wake up early, -. If you run fast, -. If we cut down trees at random, -. We should work together if—. If any work is not done correctly, -. If we drink water contaminated with arsenic — . If you use your time properly, -. If you do the opposite, -. If he is late once, -. If we make good use of our time, -. If it rains, -. If you're not wasting your time. If we invest in girls' education — . If it rains it is suitable -. If it comes - if you get more, -. If your uncle comes. If we make the most of our time—. If we are quite honest, -. If we read books, -. If the guardian does not comply with the groom's request -. If you make the most of your time. If he misses once from behind -. If she was serious in the first place. If we continue to be lazy. If we lose our morning life—. If we sow good seeds in our youth—. If one's desire is sincere -. If you meditate, if we are not careful. If we leave work until tomorrow -. If we want to enjoy good health -. If we don't try hard, -. If we miss any chance, -. If you want to enjoy peace, -. If you don't follow society's rules, -. If -, I'll go out. If——, you will not be punished. If——, we can turn enemies into friends. If -, they won't trust you. Read this book carefully if——. You can shine in life now.
if + infinitive + sub + would/could/could+ verb1 + ext
Can I get a prize if——. If..., I'll tell him. If I were a bird, -. If I have enough money, -. If I see Maria -. if I was there. If they do. if i find it. If I know your phone number. If I am rich -. If I were you -. if i were king If you tell me the news. If I were a king, -. If you tell me the news. If I was rich -. If I were you -. If we go there, -. If you come - if I have a title if I have a car. If I'm there, -. If I had the wings of a bird, -. If I had the wings of a dove. If I know your mobile number. If we do not preserve the beauty and tranquility of Cox's Bazar -- . If he respects others, -. If he practiced scientifically——. If we want good health, -. If -, we can keep our meals balanced. This problem can be solved if——.
If + pretérito perfecto + sub + would/could/could + have + 动词 3 + ext
you told me before if I have--. Yes - I could have bought a new car. If Jim has a lot of wealth,—. If you ask me, -. if I have time,-. If I have seen you before, -. If I see it - if I see him again, -. If I had money...if I could get a student visa. If I knew him before. if i see if i found you If I were here yesterday, -. If you have done the work. If I have seen him again, -. If people have consciousness, -. If I get gold GPA A+, -. If he is rich. if I was there. If I see it - if he makes the most of his time, -. If I do the opposite, -. If ever left behind, -. If it rains, if you don't waste your time. If we invest in girls' education. If -, you will not be reliable. If it rains on time -. If I come If I have more, -. If his uncle comes.
Whenever/whenever/whenever/in case/until/will follows the conditional structure.
I will help you provide -. They will be mentioned anytime. Whenever - shines in life. He can lend you the money offered. This problem can be solved if ——. It's enough - it's enough - that you don't get punished. We must cooperate at all times—. We can keep our diet balanced if——. I'll come out and offer it. You can go out and play football. He will pass the exam tomorrow, -. We're going to the beach, -. I am going to buy my son a new car, —. We will be there around 7.30, —. as long as there is enoughseat, -.if onlyPorter Leavesexistsyear, -.That's himWelcomeCome, whenever—. It will be at any moment—. I'll call you whenever—. I'll go anytime-. As long as -, I am allowed to go alone. I'll go anytime-. He will help me at any time—. Whenever you go to a party, -. Just study hard,——. As long as no one has any other questions,——. I can afford a vacation. You can borrow a car at any time. We'll be there around 7:30, just...
noun/pronoun + relative pronoun + verb (according to the word before the relative pronoun)
It is he - the intellectual is he who is - no one who - is Asif Ahmed. I do not know what-. It is he - we are they. Nobody who - this is a place - doesn't have a monument - the Patriots are one of them. Sadnan is one of the students, he - a man who loves his country. There are some boys. living students. I don't like those -- people who are not accurate. those educated mothers. People who love their country. Sadnan was one of the students, I don't know who. They are. Once upon a time there was a girl who... had two older sisters — two friends who couldn't climb trees. A farmer who produces food for others. One day he found a spider - once upon a time there was a shoemaker. But he has a neighbor - a man who lives a life of doing nothing. prudent. This is Bangladesh - there was an old farmer - once upon a time there was a king - a man who reached the pinnacle of success -. Those who become great in life. He is my teacher... Ratan was a boy, he - a man who gave - pain. Once upon a time there was a woodcutter who... people who live in abundance. Once upon a time there was a greedy farmer who -- many people lived below the poverty line. Books written by famous authors. Greedy. honest man. Valuable time. Lazy people. Someone who wastes time doing nothing. I'll tell you how-. He knows what to do. The man I saw. Those who become great in life. what can be confirmed is--. When he came here - Singapore was that place. A drowned man. It is money what - trees bring rain - happiness is - health is - it is spring - this song is - it is water - it is these flowers - Mujibnagar is a place - it is education -. The two friends are walking through a forest - the trees provide oxygen, there is no oxygen - I put a fence around the garden - traffic jams are the order of the day. Most of this problem occurs in these parts. w/h+infinitive (except "why") Someone has to teach you how to be human. We don't know what to do. We will ask when to leave. I don't understand what to do. Calculate how much you'll pay on the back of the envelope. I do not know what to do. We have to figure out what to do next. I don't know where to go for help. Let's decide when to start. We have to find a way to get to this place. We have to remember where to turn off the main road. Do you know what to look for? I'll tell you how to deal with it. Can you tell me where I can find a good hotel? Nobody told me what to do. Can anyone recommend where to go for lunch?
The two clauses after the soonest will follow at the same time
As soon as the thief left the prison, -. Once inside the room,——. As soon as we saw him, he had just received the telegram. As soon as he saw me... As soon as I arrived at the station,——. As soon as the teacher arrives,——. As soon as he heard the news... As soon as he saw it——. As soon as he got home... As soon as we reached the station,——. Once the students arrive at the university, --. When we started college, -. As soon as he saw me... As soon as the police flagged the thief down, -. As soon as the thief saw the police, -. After hanging up,——. As soon as they met,——. As soon as the sun disappears below the horizon--. As soon as the shot was heard——. Once the police left the scene, --. As soon as he saw the policeman--.

Since trees help us in many ways, -. Humans are social beings, -. Since body and mind are one, -. Because I was curious——. Now that autumn is here——. Since he wants to pass the exams,——. After untangling it, -. Since Bangladesh is an agricultural country, —. Due to lack of clean water, -. Since it is one of the biggest tourist attractions, -. Since he was unsuccessful in his life, -. Since Bangladesh is an overpopulated country, —. When they are afraid When I see a garden full of flowers, -. It was a hot summer day——. When he woke up, -. When visiting historical places, —. When we have free time, -. Since she was sick, since I did not have enough time, -. When it rains, when they finish writing on time, -. As a flower, it is a symbol of love, beauty and purity. Here comes the albatross, —. Due to its economic dependence on agriculture, —. Because it is on time, -. When you sow, -. As I forgot, -. Since the poor man was hungry, -. Since dowry is a social curse, -. With age, -.

He acts like-. He ordered me like-. — since his father died. She talks like she...does. One of the things he mentioned, was like —. He teaches students like —. The woman was crying like... Firozha became very happy, like—. — as if he knew everything. He acted like—talked like he was giving money— He talks like he talks like Hashim acts like—. A true patriot speaks like —. The man talks like he (is) rich. He talks like — a man talks like —. The man talks like —. Wasim spoke as —. ——Because he (went) abroad. —since I (saw) him last.

Many people grow flowers because——. We must say “no” to corruption because——. They cannot improve their situation because——. We must be honest because——. I don't like playing in the rain because... But now, there is no peace in the university because... I work someone else's land because——. The illiteracy of our country is a victim of every kind of disease, because——. Honesty is a great virtue because——. He was praised because——. He was punished for failing the exam because——. He cannot attend the meeting because——. Patriots are respected because——. We must visit a historical place because——. We learn English because——. This is because -.

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Although we farmers work hard. Though lost wealth may be recovered by effort,—though certain measures have been taken,—the Bengalis are friendly. Although Bangladesh has rivers. Although he is poor. Although the boy is very intelligent,-. Although poor, - although the children are big - Bangladesh is small, but - although it rained yesterday. Although Bangladesh is a densely populated country, although he comes from a poor family, - although he has a lot of work to do, -. Although this is an innate instinct in human nature. Although we are now independent, -. While our government has taken some bold steps...and while that's a good thing, there are some downsides. Although he must suffer for a while, -. However, some earn money unfairly. Although he works very hard. But he is not happy. However, some people do get sick. Although you need money to live.

As we all know, gold is -.sparkles -.There are many cheap things——.This means that all things shine - .This is what proverbs teach us—.Although Bangladesh is a small country, -.But it is overcrowded.Now is the time to do it.Women constitute half of the population—This is our duty -.
We work hard so that-.If we don't try hard, -.A man who lives a life doing nothing, -.A man who has nothing to do can never help others, so-.We know the saying——.Agreed, the opportunity —.So if we miss any opportunity, -.We are not sure -.So our responsibility is that we must—.Sensible people don't.
Hope--If -, life would be unbearable.It enlightens our minds and -.When hope collapses -.where is lifeWe eat, so...We cannot keep fit unless——.However, some people do get sick.This is because they eat -.If - we can make our diet balanced.

some basic english proverbs

  1. A drowning man grabs a straw.he drowned People straw ancillary live I think so
  2. a man famous for his company.relationship it's his fault Hierro fleet
  3. All that glitters is not gold.Brilliant if you do Kaneko Yes No
  4. Fools rush where angels dare not go.elephant horse it was Back,sheep dice How many water
  5. God helps those who help themselves.independent Diligent People God aid I am doing;
  6. Love is subtle and wrong.WHERE Control woman,Yes movement bending;
  7. Strike the iron while it's hot.convenient if you lose Yes I can not understand;
  8. Save yourself the stick and pamper your kids.punish No is this son governor Yes No
  9. Dry the hay in the sun.convenient if you lose Yes I can not understand;
  10. Unity exists and division is lost.Join get up,Disharmony Petney
  11. The content of the draw cannot be deleted.fvSubway¨I wjLb bv hvq LYesb|
  12. Where there is life, there is hope.At once breathe until then Libra
  13. Where there is a will there is a way. wish Yes there is the way Yes
  14. Small holes are not repaired, but large holes suffer.year a boiling Early Is dying boiling;
  15. Do whatever you do.which become already
  16. restless crowned No Fire Good
  17. Things done by halves are never done right.Half Work No Anything good No
  18. Rolling stones do not produce moss.signature of the mind No and Improve Yes No/unstable Human mechanism The economies Yes No;
  19. Where danger is feared, danger often appears.Where tiger Fear There Night Yes
  20. let things be thingsSpeed pain breakfast
  21. Users know better where the shoe clips are.WHERE Stimulation That knows
  22. God forgets when the dandruff is goneWork year Work,Work Furfural careful;
  23. What cannot be cured must be endured.treatment the way No Yes there is Bear I am doing It will be/

forehead enjoy pain It will be;


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A complete sentence is a group of words that conveys a complete idea. Complete sentences must have at least one subject and predicate, the necessary pieces of an independent clause. A subject is the first unit of information and contains a noun; the predicate expands upon that information and contains a verb or phrase.

What are the five requirements for a complete sentence? ›

Five things sentences needed are: subject (noun), verb, capital letters, punctuation and finally must make sense. A simple, eye-catching reminder.

What is the conditional rule of completing sentence? ›

Complete conditional sentences contain a conditional clause (often referred to as the if-clause) and the consequence. Consider the following sentences: If a certain condition is true, then a particular result happens. I would travel around the world if I won the lottery.

What are the 4 things that make a sentence complete? ›

A subject-verb pair is a subject that is in agreement with its verb. Also, the subject- verb pair needs to make sense. A complete sentence or a full sentence is a sentence that has a subject-verb pair, a complete thought, a capital letter in the beginning, and a period at the end.

What 3 things must a complete sentence have? ›

Remember: Within a sentence, there are three main parts that make up a sentence: the subject, the verb, and the complement.


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