M: Jane, what can I do for you?
M: That was hard work!
W: I'm sure it was. It true looked difficult.
M: Yeah, I'm glad it's finished.Hauling the branches to the front for garbage pick-up was no fun either.
W: Well, I don't think you're quite finished yet,some of the larger branches fell over into my yard,and I think you should come and get them.
M: Listen Jane, I don't see why I should do that.You've eaten all the apples that fall in your yard and you've never complained about that before.
W: Well,(2) _________________________________________.My kids pick up the apples, and the branches are just too big for them to drag.
M: Well, I guess you'll just have to do it yourself Jane.
W: Patrick, I wish you would reconsider.We've always gotten along fairly well,
but I think you're out of line here.The branches are your responsibility.
M: Sorry Jane, I disagree!You take the benefits of the apple tree,but refuse to deal with the bad side of it!Besides, it won't take you any time to get the branches out front!
W: (3) _________________________________.
M: Yeah? For what?!You're taking those law classes too seriously!I've gotta go, I have to pick up my son.
W: You'll be hearing from me.
M: Yeah, yeah. See you in court Jane