A: I would like to order some internet today.
B: What kind would you like?
A: What kind of internet is there?
B: You can get DSL or dial-up.
A: Which of those two is best?
B: I would recommend DSL.
A: Is that one better?
B: It's better because it doesn't tie up your phone.
A: What do you mean by that?
B: DSL isn't connected through your phone line, but dial-up is.
A: So then I can't use my phone if I'm on the internet?
B: That's correct. With DSL you can do both.
A: I need to get internet.
B: Which kind of internet connection do you want to get?
A: What kind can I get?
B: There is dial-up or DSL.
A: Which one do you feel is best?
B: I would get DSL if I were you.
A: DSL is better than dial-up?
B: It's the best choice; plus, it won't tie up your phone line.
A: I'm not sure what that means.
B: Dial-up is connected through your phone, unlike DSL.
A: That'll make it impossible for me to use.
B: Exactly. With DSL you don't have that problem.
A: I'd like to have internet on my computer.
B: Do you know what kind of internet you would like to get?
A: What are my options?
B: You can either get dial-up or DSL.
A: Which one would you recommend?
B: DSL is the best choice.
A: Why is DSL better?
B: It's a lot better because it doesn't tie up your phone line.
A: What exactly does that mean?
B: Well, with dial-up your internet is connected by your phone line.
A: That means that I can't use my phone and the internet at the same time, right?
B: That's right. You won't have that problem with DSL.
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