Harry’s class was going on an excursion to the firehouse. Harry ___FELT___ proud because his Uncle Jim, a fireman, was going to show the children around the place. Naturally, the first thing Harry’s classmates wanted to see was the huge fire truck. There ___WERE___ eight vehicles at the firehouse at that moment. Uncle Jim explained how the trucks got water and even let the kids get inside the truck.
“Have you ever fought a fire ___YOURSELF___?” a red-haired boy asked.
“Yes, many times, unfortunately,” Uncle Jim answered. “I wish people ___BEHAVED___ more responsibly when they used electrical devices at home or had picnics outdoors. But they often ___DO_NOT_THINK___ anything can happen to them. Please remember that you ___MUST_NOT___ make fires in the woods. There is dry grass and dry ___LEAVES___ on the ground. They start to burn very easily. And there is nothing ___MORE DANGEROUS___ than forest fires!”
The children promised not to make any fires in the woods and Uncle Jim went on with the tour. He ___WAS_SHOWING___ them the fire alarm equipment, when a siren started wailing…