A: Thank you for helping me move.
B: Don't mention it. Where do you want all your furniture?
A: Okay, I want you to put the sofa in the living room.
B: Would you like me to put it anywhere special?
A: No, up against the wall is just fine.
B: Where would you like this table?
A: That table should go in the dining room.
B: Would you like me to put it anywhere in particular?
A: You can place it right in the center of the room.
B: How are things looking so far?
A: I think the furniture looks nice in here.
B: You're absolutely right.
A: I appreciate all your help with this move.
B: It's the least I could do. Tell me where to put your furniture.
A: That sofa should go in the living room.
B: Was there a certain place you wanted the sofa?
A: I think it would look best up against that wall.
B: What should I do with this table?
A: I want that table in the dining room.
B: Should I just put it down anywhere?
A: I want it in the center of the room.
B: What do you think? How does it look in here so far?
A: I love the way things are looking.
B: That's exactly what I was thinking.
A: I really am thankful for you helping me move.
B: It's no problem. Just let me know where you want me to put everything.
A: I would like you to put that sofa in the living room.
B: Is there any particular place you want it?
A: Set it against that far wall.
B: What do you want me to do with this table?
A: That's the dining-room table of course, silly.
B: Where in the room do you want it?
A: It would look best in the center of the room.
B: Do you like where everything is so far?
A: Everything looks great.
B: Yeah, I agree.
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