A: I was wondering if I could borrow the company van for a fundraiser this weekend.
B: Sure, I think that would be possible. Where is the fundraiser?
A: It is in the park downtown.
B: Would you need it for both Saturday and Sunday?
A: We will need it for Saturday only.
B: I think that would be OK. Who will be driving it?
A: Mary and I will be driving the van.
B: Could you drop it off on Sunday night?
A: Yes, we can do that. Can we borrow the chairs from the lunchroom also?
B: Yes, that would be fine. Just make sure that everything is returned by Sunday night.
A: Our unit is participating in a fundraiser this weekend and would like to borrow the van, if possible.
B: I would need to check on that. Where is the fundraiser?
A: It will be at the beach by the pier.
B: What day will you need it for?
A: We will only be needing it for Sunday.
B: Maybe that could work. I need to know who will be driving it.
A: The only two drivers will be Mary and I.
B: If I give you the keys to the garage, could you bring it back on Sunday evening?
A: Sure. We also would like to use the chairs from the lunchroom. Would that be OK?
B: OK, but make sure that everything is back by Sunday night at the latest.
A: Could we borrow the company van for a fundraiser this weekend?
B: That would be a possibility. Where is this fundraiser taking place?
A: It is in the hotel ballroom down the street.
B: Do you need it for the whole weekend?
A: We will need it for both days.
B: We will need to know who will be driving the van.
A: The van will be driven by Mary and me.
B: It needs to be back on Sunday night. Can you arrange for that?
A: Yes, no problem. Would you mind if we borrowed a few of the chairs from the lunchroom?
B: Just keep track of everything and get it all back where you took it from by Sunday evening.