A: How are you doing?
B: Great. What's up?
A: I wanted to talk to you about something.
B: What did you want to talk about?
A: I just wanted to let you know that I'm moving out.
A: In the next few weeks.
B: I don't understand why you want to move.
A: I'm going to school out of state.
B: I see. That'll be fine.
A: Thanks for understanding.
B: Yes. I'm fine with it.
A: How are you?
B: I'm all right. What did you need?
A: We need to talk.
B: What's going on?
A: I'm going to be moving out.
B: When exactly are you planning on moving out?
A: I'm going to be moving in a few weeks.
B: Why are you going to move?
A: I'm leaving the state to go to school.
B: I can understand that.
A: So you're fine with it?
B: Yeah, I understand.
A: How have you been?
B: I'm fine. What's going on?
A: I would like to talk to you about something.
B: What about?
A: I'm planning on moving out soon.
B: When will you be doing this?
A: I will be moving out a few weeks from now.
B: Why is that?
A: I have to leave the state for school.
B: That's all right.
A: I'm glad that you're okay with this.
B: I'm absolutely cool with it.