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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #98575: Bobby at the police station
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    Bobby at the police station

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    Last week, Bobby went to the station. Indeed, his car had been stolen the previous and he wanted to a report for this offence. At the information , a policewoman explained the procedure to him. First of all, he had to fill in a with information including his name, the day of the theft, the number plate and the of the car. Then Bobby was introduced to the police superintendent. As soon as he saw him, he had the feeling that he him. Actually, the policeman also remembered Bobby because he had arrested him for excess three weeks earlier. While Bobby was explaining the reasons for his coming to the police station, the policeman started to . Actually, Bobby had parked his car in a handicapped parking spot so his vehicle had been away by the police, and Bobby had to pay a to recover it. Bobby went back home severely embarrassed.

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