Conversation: 14. Filing a Complaint at the Police Station
14. Filing a Complaint at the Police Station

1. Repeat


A: What may I help you with?

B: I need to file a complaint.

A: What is your complaint about?

B: I got robbed.

A: When did this happen?

B: It happened this morning.

A: What was taken?

B: My wallet and cell phone.

A: Did you get a good look at the person who robbed you?

B: I sure did.

A: Would you able to pick him out of a line-up?

B: That shouldn't be a problem.

2. Repeat


A: May I help you?

B: I want to file a complaint.

A: What's the problem?

B: A man robbed me today.

A: When?

B: I was robbed this morning.

A: What did he take?

B: He took my phone and my wallet.

A: Did you see his face?

B: I saw him perfectly.

A: Could you pick him out of a line-up?

B: I could do that.

3. Repeat


A: What can I do for you?

B: I would like to file a complaint.

A: What happened?

B: I was robbed.

A: When did this happen?

B: It happened this morning.

A: What was taken from you?

B: My wallet and my cell phone.

A: Were you able to get a look at this person's face?

B: Yes, I was.

A: Would you be able to pick him out of a line-up?

B: That would be easy.


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