17. Asking Someone to Run Errands


A: Can you go to the store for me?

B: Sure, I can go to the store for you. What do you need?

A: Just a couple things, here's a list.

B: Is there anything else that you want me to pick up?

A: No, I think that's all that I need.

B: Is there any other place you would like me to go to for you?

A: If you can, could you pick up my prescription for me?

B: Sure, no problem. Is your prescription ready?

A: I think so. It should be.

B: Okay, I'll pick it up for you.

A: Thank you so much.

B: You're welcome.


A: Can you pick up some things from the store for me?

B: Of course, what do you need?

A: I need a few things, I'll give you the list.

B: Is there something else you need that you can think of?

A: Everything I need is on the list.

B: Do you want me to make any other stops while I'm out?

A: Since you asked, would you pick up my medicine from the pharmacy?

B: Is it ready to be picked up?

A: I believe so.

B: No problem. I'll do that for you.

A: I really appreciate you doing this for me.

B: It's no problem at all.


A: I would appreciate it if you could go to the store for me.

B: No problem. What do you want me to get?

A: Here's a list with a few things that I need you to get.

B: Did you forget to put anything on the list?

A: I don't think I forgot anything.

B: Would you like me to go anywhere else for you?

A: If you don't mind, I would appreciate it if you would pick up my prescription.

B: Has your prescription been filled yet?

A: Someone at the pharmacy called and told me it was ready.

B: Sure, I'll go get it for you.

A: Thank you.

B: Anything for you.

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