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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #8268
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    Dialogue : Reporting a car-theft

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    1.Good morning, my car was stolen this morning.

    2.I would like to make a statement.

    3.All right, what kind of car is that ?

    4.It's a Pistou 1006, a 2004 registration. Grey with leathered inside.

    5.What is the registration number ?

    6.It's JUST4U 666 I still have the keys.

    7.It was parked in front of my house.

    8.It was stolen during the night.

    9.I need your I.D and your registration card.

    10.I don't have them anymore; they were in my wallet in the glove box.

    11.I don't even have my insurance certificate.

    12.Well, we'll make a statement for you insurance company.

    13.Would you mind filling that form in ?

    14.Anyway you have three days to report the thievery.

    15.I need to rent a car to keep on working

    16.Where can I get a copy of my driving licence ?

    17.You can have one with this statement at the Prefecture of your Department.

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