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With Duolingo, you can learn a language free of charge. Leveling up and competing with friends, this is a real fun while learning. You have the chance to translate real-world texts in the language you are learning and, as a result, help us translate the Web into different languages.

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English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, Hebrew, Portuguese, Polish
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Canada,  United States
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Duolingo Review by Cloudswave

Whether it’s about the gadgets and pieces of technology you use on a daily basis, the lifestyle you maintain, or the ideals and beliefs you have about life in general, keeping up with the changing times is a critical ingredient for survival in a fast-paced and demanding society.
One aspect people need to continuously polish is their ability to communicate. Communication, after all, is how they connect, interact, and collaborate with other people.
That said, in this age of globalization, the ability to communicate in multiple languages can open up a world of possibilities.

Benefits of learning a new language

Aside from possibly advancing your career, there are several advantages to learning a new language:  

Sharpens the mind

Acquiring a second language improves your retention skills as you associate unfamiliar words with familiar images or concepts. It exercises the brain, slows down brain ageing, rejuvenates the mind, boosts your decision-making skills, and helps those on a dormant career path to keep their brains active.

Helps to understand cultural differences

When traveling or relocating to another country, knowing the country’s language lets you interact well with locals. Speaking their language enables you to understand and appreciate cultures different from your own, making assimilation easier for you.  

Makes exploring new places more fun

The ability to speak another language lets you communicate with more people, setting the stage for making new friends. You’re no longer restricted to mingling only with those who speak your native tongue.  

Boosts work efficiency

The Internet has broken down geographical boundaries. As the demand to work with international customers increases, so does the need for employees speaking a client’s language.  

Challenges to learning a new language

Language is a complex system made up of various parts, which makes learning difficult and intimidating to some. In truth, however, learning the language is the easy part. What’s tricky is doing all the work learning entails, day after day, consistently.
This is where Duolingo steps in.  

What is Duolingo?

Created by Carnegie Mellon University professor and reCAPTCHA creator Luis von Ahn in collaboration with Severin Hacker, von Ahn’s graduate student, Duolingo is a cloud-based language learning application that allows users to quickly learn a new language – free of charge. Duolingo Combining the principles of gamification with an adaptive learning platform, Duolingo supports a number of languages that include Danish, Dutch, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish, with several more in different phases of incubation.
Words are spoken by a native speaker and can repeatedly be played, while speech bubbles show word translations and offer grammar pointers. Duolingo also uses tools such as images for new vocabulary, word pairings, and pronunciation, listening, and translation exercises to facilitate learning by making it more fun.
Duolingo lessons are presented on a modular basis, with the more advanced modules becoming active only after completing the basic ones. Duolingo, however, allows you to “test out” of certain modules, a feature that’s especially useful if the language you’ve chosen to learn isn’t exactly new to you.
When learning a new language, you can either start with the basics or take an “entrance test” for Duolingo to determine your proficiency level.
Duolingo is available as a Chrome browser extension for easy access. The native mobile app can be downloaded from the App Store, Google Play, and Windows Store for on-the-go language learning.  

Duolingo features

Aside from letting you save hundreds of dollars in tuition money, what other benefits can you get from Duolingo?  

Intuitive and user-friendly application

A simple and straightforward application with a minimalistic, clutter-free but feature-rich interface, to get started with Duolingo, create an account, select the language you’d like to learn, and you’re ready to go. You may also set daily goals, such as 20 experience points per day, to keep you motivated. duolingo3 Duolingo’s home screen shows you all the required modules to successfully complete the course, called the “skill tree,” and how you’re progressing. It contains a quick link to the lingot store where you can buy power-ups, timed practice tests, and progress quizzes. A lingot is Duolingo’s virtual currency and can be earned by completing a skill, leveling up, performing 10-day streaks, or inviting friends to join the Duolingo community of language learners.
The Words tab shows you a list of all the words you’ve already learned, while the Activity tab provides a timeline of all the activities you’ve already completed, such as “learned a skill” or “leveled up.” The Discussion tab is where you can browse through the discussion threads started by other Duolingo users, or, if you have a question you need help with, create your own.
The Immersion tab is where you go when you’re ready to work on real-world translations. Your translation tier is by default at one and moves up as you receive upvotes from your peers.  

Skills enhancement

Aside from the ability to replay how words are pronounced, Duolingo allows you to strengthen the skills you’ve already acquired through listening and pronunciation exercises, and translations. Plus, completed modules can be redone anytime, so you can run through certain words and phrases you feel you need to practice on more.
Duolingo also employs a “spaced repetition” algorithm that automatically assigns the labels “still strong,” “pretty good,” “time to practice,” and “overdue” to each word listed in the Words tab, depending on the number of days you last practiced on them. This is so you know when to perform practice exercises on the words again and ensure they’re etched into your memory for the long term.
Review flashcards are likewise available to help you check how your vocabulary is faring. A word is flashed on the screen. To flip the flashcard, click on it and Duolingo shows you the correct translation. Depending on whether or not you translated the word correctly, choose between “I was wrong” and “I was right” to see the next word. Words you get wrong will be shown back to you for review when the flashcard set is done.
To make learning more engaging and interactive, you can invite friends to sign up with Duolingo and challenge them to friendly competitions.  

Progress monitoring and other features

After each lesson or module, Duolingo shows you a progress report detailing how many experience points you’ve attained, how far along you are to reaching the next level of proficiency, how many lingots, if any, have been awarded to you, and so on.
Your overall language fluency percentage is prominently displayed on the top-right portion of the home screen. A proficiency badge can also be added to your LinkedIn account in just a few clicks.
Other features worth mentioning are Duolingo’s motivation tools. Aside from experience points, lingots, and the fluency score, the app uses leaderboards to keep track of scores, checkpoints you need to pass, a streak counter, and trophies for unlocked achievements to keep pushing learners towards their goals.  

Duolingo for Schools

Duolingo isn’t just for personal use. Even educators are now integrating Duolingo into their language learning systems. It’s mostly used as a reinforcement tool, for warm-up sessions, homework, an incentive, as a game, and for summer or winter break to keep students’ skills sharp.
Duolingo enables language instructors to meet other educators through a forum where they can compare notes and swap ideas. They can also download activity plans via schools.duolingo.com, and, depending on the metrics they prefer, can assess student progress using Duolingo data on total time spent, points earned, skill tree overview, and streak days. Duolingo  Lesson To set up your Duolingo classroom, the site to visit is dashboard.duolingo.com. You should already have an active Duolingo account when creating classrooms. After clicking on the Create Classroom button, name your classroom, and select the language you’re teaching.
To begin adding students to the classroom, click the Invite Students button and Duolingo automatically generates a classroom link that you can send to your students via email, instant messaging, social media, and other communication channels. When they click on the link, they will be prompted to press the Continue button so they can start taking Duolingo lessons.
Privacy and progress sharing settings can be customized, so you have complete control over who joins your classrooms and which social and content features, e.g., discussion forum, activity stream, or Immersion tab, your students are allowed to access.
If you have questions or need help with any of your classrooms, Duolingo for Schools has an FAQ section, a help center, and an educator’s forum. Feedbacks are welcome, new features can be requested, and bugs and abuse reports can be forwarded to Duolingo for investigation and resolution.
Like Duolingo, Duolingo for Schools is 100% free.  

Conclusion

Whatever your reasons for learning a new language – for career advancement, travel and meet new people, and so on – Duolingo has visually engaging and interactive tools to assist you in your quest to master a foreign language. If you’re a language teacher, the app’s gamified environment can keep your students engaged.
And for a price that’s hard to beat, using Duolingo to learn a new language is as risk-free as risk-free can be.
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    Rating based on 13 Critic Reviews

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  • To wrap this review up, I would say that as with most other things in life, Duolingo has some good and bad sides to it. In retrospect, what I liked the most about the app is its ease of use on the go and the addictive elements to it that turn in into sort of a game. I’d like to see such elements expanded in future versions of the app, which I think would make Duolingo a lot better.
    However, because of the downsides I’ve outlined above, I’ll be honest and say that I will probably not make extensive use of Duolingo in the future. I simply find audio methods such as Pimsleur to be more effective while on the go, with others such as Assimil or Teach yourself better when at home or in a café. Of course, these latter are not free, but time does have a cost too. Free always has an appeal, but free also comes with a price, be it your time, efficiency, or else.

  • As language learning apps go, Duolingo is a fantastic option that's completely free, but don't expect it to help you become completely fluent.

  • This is the most productive means of procrastination I’ve ever discovered. The short lesson blocks are painless and peppy, and reaching the next level (and then the level after that) becomes addictive. I’ve lost track of time as I’ve buzzed through tutorials on Spanish conjunctions and prepositions. A co-worker likes to crank out French modules on his subway commute. One friend confided that she’s stayed up for hours past her bedtime learning German — ja, this Fräulein simply can’t put Duolingo down. As I recall, these are not the sorts of giddy emotions that were stirred in Mrs. Gonnerman’s 10th-grade French AP class.

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  • User review from

    Brent Palmer

    Duolingo is fun and easy mobile app and computer program that makes learning a language fun. The interface is easy to understand, and they offer a whole plethora of common languages to explore. It tracks your progress and reinforces retaking previous sections. It takes a creative approach to learning that expands beyond starting from unnecessary basics to functional words and phrases for a quick match up to any country you're visiting.

    Pros :

    • Duolingo has many positive features making it a great tool for prepping yourself to visit a country where the language is not like yours, will offer a great way to open the door to a new language, or provides a means to simply brush up on your previously learned skills. In a while.
    • The user interface is really friendly and easy to use. It tracks your progress and provides visual cues that coincide with the materials that you're learning. This visual component provides a necessary correlation with the words that I hear and read through the app.
    • Functional application I believe is quintessential to learning a language and retaining the information that you ingest.
    • Duolingo forces you to pass multiple quizzes before progressing to a new level. Each quiz includes:
    • Stating a word or sentence (Uses voice analyzation software to approve your pronunciation).
    • Multiple choice.
    • picture match.
    • Fill in the blank.
    • Etc.andnbsp;

    Cons :

    • Duolingo is only a surface level application, meaning if you want to really know a language that you will need something a bit more in depth than this.
    • It also jumps right into the language instead of starting with the basics.andnbsp;
    • This makes it great for quick fresh ups when traveling but not good for really learning the nuts and bolts of a language.

    • October 7, 2016
  • User review from

    Gabriela Ackert

    I use Duolingo with my seventh-grade Spanish students, it is free, you can create an account using an email and students can select an easily detailed level, which is your skill tree. You can select any of five languages that Duolingo offers Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Brazilian, Portuguese and French. Students can view basic phrases, like sports, animals, money, transportation and much more. Once you have done a selection you receive immediate feedback with a “ding-dong” tone, telling the students if his/her answer is correct or not, same happens with incorrect answers, but the tone is lower sound followed by the correct answer. Students also can see pop up with little grammar prompts that allow students to learn or review grammar concepts. Students need to complete four groups of themes to move to the next level, they can move freely throughout the lesson. Hearts are awarded for correct completion. There is an Application that works well with the BYOD initiative, encouraging students to play and learn on their devices, they can also invite others to join and play along. It also sends push notifications to remind students to practice. In addition, Duolingo allows you to do text translation and revisions for accuracy, you can see others translations and vote if they are correct or not. Students get motivated and excited to be able to earn points, move up in levels, get credit (call lingots), and to invite friends to their to the leaderboard. Lingots allows students to purchase lessons that encourage to play against a clock, which is fun. Furthermore, if students do not understand a question they can click on a link call “Discuss question” for clarification.

    Pros :

    • Students learn in contest as supposed to in an isolated manner.
    • Students learn by acquisition imprinting images, words, concepts, and sounds.
    • It allows for review after feedback and error correction which is a must for learning.

    Cons :

    • There's no opportunity for students to develop fluency in a language.

    • November 22, 2015
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    Anonymous

    Duolingo is a great tool to quickly learn a new language. It is really simple to use, you set up a profile, choose the language you want to learn, set your weekly goals and get started in just seconds. I needed to refresh my Spanish skills for work, Duolingo allows you to learn a multitude of languages as an English speaker. I like how the courses are divided into clear and distinct modules. I think it is a great app in addition to full on courses with a real teacher, although I don't think it was meant to learn a whole language entirely.

    Pros :

    • You can quickly address your weaknesses.
    • Searching for vocabulary is simple.
    • Most used languages around the world are available.
    • Duolingo created forum where natives speakers interact with you. This is vital when you want to learn any language. It is easy to get feedback, help and share common difficulties with other members of the community.
    • There are shortcuts that allow you to skip ahead if you are already advanced in a certain language.
    • Simply pass a test containing specific skills such as vocabulary and grammar.
    • The app is mobile and follows you wherever you go.
    • All the main features are available through the mobile version.

    Cons :

    • Better voice recognition for oral exercises.
    • Vocabulary diversity can be weak at times, obviously taken from textbooks.
    • The forums can sometimes be overcrowded with redundant questions, and you may not get an answer to your question shortly, if at all.
    • The different voices reading the words are very robotic like.
    • This leads to big mistakes in pronunciation when trying to repeat after DuoLingo.
    • Voice recognition is weak at times. I know my pronunciation was right but the software just would not recognize it.
    • Very frustrating.

    • November 12, 2015
  • User review from

    Christina Hooper

    Duolingo offers a good selection of the most popular languages completely free, and the sign-up process is super easy to do. You can learn with the app on your phone on the go, or directly on their website. Either way, their clear step-by-step structure makes it easy to move through and practice writing, reading, and even speaking the language easily.

    Pros :

    Overall, I've been very happy with Duolingo. I've even started using it with my husband and kids to help expose them to new languages. We've worked on Spanish and French together, and we've all really liked it. The way it progresses you through the levels and stages gives you a sense of accomplishment as you move along. It even lets you accumulate points and even challenge your friends on Facebook. As you move through, you can earn lingots that you can use to buy more lessons and items in Duolingo too. There is a good balance between reading, listening, matching, and even speaking exercises, so no matter how you learn best, it has you covered. And I love that I can keep going with my lessons from the app on my phone, so it's easier to find a few minutes here and there to fit it into my day no matter where I am.

    Cons :

    They have very limited number of languages available at the moment for native English speakers... like French, German, Spanish, etc. Unlike other language learning programs, Duolingo teaches you in stages, or blocks, or words, instead of using natural language patterns. So you might get some weird phrases like "My snake eats your cake." that functionally teach you the words, but don't really do you any good as far as learning real phrases you might encounter in natural conversation. It also doesn't really offer any explanation of the grammar structures as you go through. You just have to kind of memorize the words and order they come in. For example, it won't explain why personal pronouns are dropped sometimes and not other, or why a particular word always seems to show up before a pronoun.

    • October 26, 2015
  • User review from

    Alfredo García

    If you're tired of all the games, and all the games are the same for you now, you have to give a chance to Duolingo. This app is a blend of tools, social network, and personal trainer to learn new languages, once you are signed in, you can choose from different languages to learn, from your native language. My native language is Spanish, but I started learning French and English. I used just to practice, both languages, and I’m thinking to learn German too, but one step at a time for me, in the social network zone you can find people who are learning much more than two languages. You can learn at the speed that you want, and it doesn't matter how many times you have to take the lesson, cause the app is free, and also every day the app reminds you to open your "Personal Trainer" to learn and achieve your challenge.

    Pros :

    It is very easy to open an account in Duolingo, and also it's free. Once you are signed in, you can choose your native language, and what languages you want to learn. You can learn during your free time, without teachers pushing you, at your speed, as the way you want, and also you can connect with other people who are learning too, and start to talk to them in their native language, so you can make friends to practice the lessons you learned. Give a try to Duolingo, you will be amazed how it works.

    Cons :

    Well, remember the app is free, but have some little limitations.

    • The tool doesn´t offer a teacher to practice and see your pronunciation.
    • It works with the mic and the speaker of the laptop or the phone, whatever you are using to practice, and if the speaker and the mic don't work so well, maybe you have to return to your boring games. :)
    • Instead of the teachers, Duolingo offers a social network with users from all over the world to practice your language.

    • October 20, 2015
  • User review from

    Vidit Shah

    Duolingo is one of the excellent free Apps available on the App Store and was listed as the iPhone App of the year in 2013. Have you ever tried learning an entirely new language right from scratch by reading book? I have, and I can tell you it's mighty boring and chances are that even after you read the entire book, you wouldn't be able to have a basic conversation in that language. There are many interactive software that will teach you a particular language but being free, available so easily and easy to use Duolingo takes the prize.

    Pros :

    So whether you want to learn a language or be in touch with any language, Duolingo is your answer to it. What makes Duolingo a good platform for learning is firstly it's UI which makes navigation through each of it's features a smooth ride. Secondly it lets you customize how much time you want to spend everyday on learning, ranging from 5 – 20 mins. It automatically keeps track of your progress everyday. Thirdly, learning is divided in multiple stages, which gives an addictive element to it. So if you are wating for a train, bus or for someone, you can open it up and get through a few exercise, increasing your productivity. Lastly there are good number of vocabulary excercises available with the pictures of words making it easier to understand and memorize the content.

    Cons :

    Although it's a good app but there are still few cons to it like some sentences do not make sense at all. For example “My snake eats your cake” is a sentence which i cannot imagine where I might use.So if you learn a language from Duolingo, it might be difficult for you to interact fluently with a native language speaker and coping up with his accent. Although managing basic conversations and reading signboards in a foreign country is a great help and since its free its the perfect platform to get engaged in a particular language.

    • September 30, 2015
  • User review from

    wordsomnia1

    I greatly indulge in Duolingo’s simple flow of presenting foreign languages, leveling up and setting up my own daily goals! The smooth transition through achieved levels which are fulfilled with the impressive and easy lessons for writing, listening, speaking and reading skills gives me an intuitive and spontaneous way of learning a new language. There are always the options for improving and acquiring new knowledge including the flashcards, practice, revisions, discussion boards, inviting friends to play with them, gaining the lingots which give one more rewards such as progress quiz, power-ups and other things. When I tried a beta version of Esperanto I was amazed how quickly I memorized its inflection of words by going through the lessons. The practices were nonintrusive in repetition of vocabulary with an effective combination of their audio, visual and textual presentations. In learning German I found its gender of nouns illogical in comparison to English one, but the discussion option provided me valuable explanations of different users regarding the mentioned issue. Also, the software features I find the most important are the global contribution to the learning of languages with the Duolingo Incubator and translation as well. By choosing the immersion option one can translate various texts, improve the existing ones or upload a new document thus contributing the community with one’s own perspectives.

    Pros : An easiness of use without the distracting pop-ups and intrusive features; multiplicity of options for improving the existing score and language skills; openness for crowdsourcing and reaching the global community by translating, offering many languages plus the constructed ones such as Esperanto and Klingon language (I’ll be happy to see its launch in the near future!); simple application to the schools and their classrooms thus giving more space for individualism and interactivity in activities.

    Cons : By going through smartly creative and clear levels there can be added more speaking exercises for learners as well.

    • August 26, 2015
  • User review from

    Muhammad Uzair Khalid

    For me, It is one of the easiest ways to learn a new language! The learning technique has been made easy through this technique. There are subsequent practice questions at each step that helps you to memorize new words and grammar properly. Currently, I am learning German and Spanish from this app.

    Pros : The user interactive display along with level-wise categorization helps a lot in keeping up the motivation for users. It is always nice to spend half an hour or so on a daily basis, to clear the next level on this website. Duolingo not only helps in improving the reading and writing parts of a language but also manages to help with the listening and speaking parts. There are questions in which we are supposed to speak up complete sentences, and the pronunciation of the words is also tested. Additionally, there are questions related to listening in which the users are supposed to answer based on what is being said in the recording. To sum it up, I would say that if someone is willing to learn a new language, Duolingo serves as a perfect platform.

    Cons : The only con that I see is that the total number of language in Duolingo is limited. For example, currently I am living in Finland, and I want to learn Finnish from Duolingo but unfortunately, this app doesn't have Finnish language in it. I just hope that they will soon add Finnish language as well, in their app.

    • August 25, 2015
  • User review from

    Katrina (Esther) Manning

    This year, I wanted to learn a new language. I thought, "Chinese or Spanish?" Well, I not only wanted to learn both, but I also wanted to learn Russian and Hindi. Nonetheless, working full time makes time an issue. So, I decided to start with one I was sure would be useful and wouldn't be extremely difficult. Granted, I knew I had many choices for selecting a language learning source, but I also didn't want to spend thousands or hundreds of dollars on something I wasn't even sure I would use regularly. So, I looked through apps and came across Duolingo. First of all, I thought the bird logo was cute and it caught my eye. I also found they used the process of gamification, and it was free--so, I downloaded the app. I opened it right away and began with the basics. It was easy to learn how to use, and it came with text and voice. You don't feel like you're struggling because it just feels like a fun game. You go up a level every time you show that you've learned a set of words in categories such as food, animals and colors. You also get multiple choice questions with vivid pictures. To illustrate, one question may be to tap the picture that matches the correct Spanish word--that helps you learn and remember the word too.

    Pros : Easy to use, fun, portable--can be taken anywhere. Depending on your level of commitment, you can move up several levels per day. It takes maybe 15 minutes or less to complete the basic levels. Plus, you feel good that you've just learned how to use a set of words in the right tense too. You can always go back if you feel you need it. If you didn't do as well as you would like, the app prompts you to try again.

    Cons : I can't think of any cons since I truly enjoy the app. I believe I made the right decision to download, and I'm glad that I can choose from other languages to learn through Duolingo once I've gone through Spanish.

    • August 25, 2015
  • User review from

    Yasmina Yousfi

    I started learning Italian on Duolingo about a year ago, and it's been going great so far. The words and sentences are well-pronounced and explained. I can actually form full sentences! In my opinion, it's one of the best way to get started with new languages.

    Pros : Duolingo has a progress diagram that clearly shows how much material you have completed and how much you have left, which is always a good thing for visual people like myself - Their reward system is also great; whenever you complete a level, you earn a lingot, which you can then use later to unlock upgrades - Duolingo also sends out reminder emails to encourage you to keep learning - You can also participate in group discussions either on the forum, or on individual exercises - The mobile app is really simple, user-friendly, interactive, fast, and most of all fun!

    Cons : I can't think of any cons other than the limited choice of languages.

    • August 25, 2015
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FAQs for Duolingo

Do you intend to learn a new language but don't know how and where to start? Duolingo may just be the answer you’re looking for. It's a free language learning application that’s simple and easy to use.
Duolingo is Apple’s app of the year in 2013 and TechCrunch’s best education startup in 2014, and with more than 100 million students under its belt, it’s no surprise a lot of users consider it their go-to learning app. But before you plunge ahead and dive head on, here's a list of frequently asked questions that may prove useful.

What languages can I learn using Duolingo?

Duolingo currently offers the following languages: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Esperanto, Turkish, and Norwegian. Other language courses are in various stages of development.
You can enroll in multiple language courses at the same time, and Duolingo keeps track of your progress in each of your existing courses.

Do I need to be connected to the Internet to use Duolingo?

To use Duolingo via the web, you must be connected to the Internet. But once you’ve downloaded the mobile app via Google Play or the Apple Store, you can access a handful of lessons without connecting to the Internet. Keep in mind though that not all of your lessons are accessible when you’re offline.
Also, the lessons you accomplish while not connected to the Internet will not be counted towards your daily progress and can only be recorded once your device has gone back online.

Is it possible to skip the basics in Duolingo?

If you already know the basics of a language, either through immersion or previous study sessions, and find that the starting lessons in Duolingo are too easy, there’s a way to advance more quickly. You can take a placement test, which is the first option you see whenever you start a new language tree. Duolingo then assesses your skill level and determines the most appropriate set of lessons for you to tackle next.
You can also opt to "test out of the skill" by passing a test to move on to the next round of lessons.
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