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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30767: Story
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    Story


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    The Police Inspector sitting his desk was filling in some . He looked at the man and said 'Have you ever been detained for a criminal offence? If , give me some details. The man didn't say . Don't you dare to pretend you're ! Don't jokes here ! Suddenly, the man spoke : I've been kept standing two hours. I've been led up a passage and a of iron steps. I don't know I am. The Inspector retorted : Grumbling isn't here ! It can be an . So, let's start all over again...







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