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10 May 2016

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What is a dart gun? What's the difference between gun?
What does "she was just lining it up with the back of Paddington's hat" mean?
Why did he say "son"? (can i help you, son?) I think he must know the person is not his son.
What does "dodgy adverts in a public place" mean?

Millicent raised her dart gun. She was just lining it up with the back of Paddington's hat when Mr.Curry appeared and rapped on the window.
"Can I help you, son?" he said. "You've been in there for forty-seven minutes. Either that's a very long call or you're placing dodgy adverts in a public place."
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