Fill the dialogues appropriately with the following words:-
a. regulations, b. unnecessarily, c. which, d. doing, e. take, f. parked, g.leaving, h. allowed
Amita: Hey! What are you …..1…..? Why are you lifting up my car?
Traffic Policeman: Are you the owner of this car?
Amita: Of course, I am. Don’t touch my car. Leave it here.
TP: You have violated (broken) the traffic rule. Public is not …..2….. to park the vehicles on the road. Such vehicles are carried to the police station.
Amita: Don’t be crazy. Law hasn’t given you powers to harass the public …..3….. .
TP: Don’t lose your temper madam. You have parked your car on the road. Now you will have to come to the police station to pay the challan and …..4….. your car.
Amita: Why shall I? I’m shopping here and my car is …..5….. in front of the shop. What’s bad in it? And where else can I park my car?
TP: A road is not a parking place. You should’ve parked your car in a parking place.
Amita: What should the public do if there is no parking place nearby? Is it the duty of the public to arrange parking places? It’s the duty of the police. First arrange the parking place . And only after that you have the right to lift up the vehicles …..6….. are parked on the roads. Don’t forget you are public servants.
TP: Yes. We know we are public servants. But it is our duty to enforce traffic
…..7….. . And we have the right to punish the offenders.
Amita: I agree. Then where should I park my car?
TP: We are …..8….. you this time. From now on never park your car on the road.
1.d, 2.h, 3.b, 4.e, 5.f, 6.c, 7.a, 8.g