Martin: Oh, hi, this book is due today, and I am not quite 61 (finish) with it. Is it possible to get it renewed?
Librarian: Hmmm, French Art & Architecture of the 19th century. I'll have to check 62 (see) if that's possible. Can I have the book and your library card please?
Martin: Sure, here you are. I just need it for a few 63 (many) days if possible.
Librarian: Well, first of all this book is one week late, and not due today as you 64 (think). It appears you have your dates mixed up.
Martin: Oh. Gosh!
Librarian: There are also a few requests for this book so it is now on hold for the next person. Now there's 65 small fine on your card of $1.40 for the overdue book, would you like to pay this today?
Martin: Umm, so 66 I pay the fine today, can I take this book out again?
Librarian: You won't be able to take this book out again until all the other people 67 have placed holds on it have signed it out.
Martin: Have you already processed the return on the book? I 68 (real) need it to study. The exam is in two days and this is practically the course textbook.
Librarian: Sorry, I have already signed it back in and now the book is on hold. In fact if I could, I would increase your fines by three times and suspend（暂停）your library privileges. It's 69 (fair) to all the other students who are also trying to access library material for study purpose. Perhaps you should think of the other people who also need 70 to study.
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