9. Being Pulled Over



















1. Repeat



A: Do you know why I pulled you over?

B: I have no idea.

A: Your left brake light is out.

B: I was not aware of that.

A: I'm going to have to write you a ticket.

B: You can't give me a break?

A: I'm just doing my job.

B: How much is the ticket for?

A: You will get that information in court.

B: I have to go to court?

A: That's right.

B: Fine. Give me the ticket.


2. Repeat



A: Do you have any idea why I pulled you over today?

B: I'm not sure.

A: One of your brake lights is out.

B: Really? I'm sorry. I did not know that.

A: I'm going to give you a ticket.

B: Why can't you just let me off with a warning?

A: It's just a ticket.

B: How much is the fine?

A: The judge will let you know.

B: I have to be at court?

A: Of course.

B: All right. Just give me the ticket.


3. Repeat



A: Are you aware of the reason why I pulled you over?

B: No, sir.

A: I pulled you over because your brake light is out.

B: I'm sorry. I did not know that.

A: I have to write you a ticket.

B: Can't you give me a warning?

A: I'm not going to be able to do that.

B: How much will the fine be?

A: You'll find that out on your court date.

B: I have to go to court over a brake light?

A: That's how it works.

B: Can I have the ticket, please?


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