14. Operating the Washer and Dryer


A: I'm not sure about how to operate the washer and dryer.

B: What's the problem?

A: I need help turning them on.

B: You need change.

A: The machines take change?

B: Yes. It costs fifty cents for the washer and a dollar for the dryer.

A: How do I do it?

B: You put the coins into the slot, push it in, and it will turn on.

A: That's it?

B: There's nothing else to it.

A: Thank you very much.

B: You're welcome. Let me know if you need anything else.


A: I need help using the washer and dryer.

B: Tell me what the problem is.

A: I can't figure out how to turn them on.

B: Do you have some quarters?

A: I didn't know I needed change.

B: The washer costs 50 cents and the dryer costs a dollar.

A: Where do I put the change?

B: The quarters go into the slot. You have to push the slot in, and the machine will turn on.

A: Is that everything that I have to do?

B: That's all there is.

A: I appreciate you helping me with this.

B: If you need anything else, just let me know.


A: Could you tell me how to use the washer and dryer?

B: What do you need help with?

A: Do you know how to turn them on?

B: Do you have any change?

A: I need change for the machines?

B: You need to put 50 cents into the washer machine and a dollar into the dryer.

A: So what do I need to do?

B: The machines will turn on once you put the quarters into the slot.

A: That's really all I have to do?

B: That's everything.

A: Thanks for all your help.

B: I'm here if you need any more help.

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