A: I'd like to leave a parcel for one of my friends. Is that okay?
B: All I need is your name, the name of your friend, and the time of pick-up.
A: All of that's on the package. Can I just bring it down to your desk?
B: That would be most convenient for me. Thanks for your consideration!
A: I want to leave a parcel for a friend to pick up. Can I do that?
B: Just tell me your name, your friend's name, and when your friend is coming by.
A: I'll put all that information on the package and just bring it down to you. Is that okay?
B: That sounds great, sir. Thank you.
A: Can I leave a parcel with you for one of my friends to pick up later?
B: I just need your name and your friend's name. Also, tell me when he is coming by.
A: How about if I write all that on the package and then bring it down to you?
B: Perfect. Thank you for doing that.
A: I've got a parcel here that a friend is going to pick up. Can I leave it with you?
B: No problem. Just tell me your name, his name, and when he's coming by.
A: I'll just write all that info on the parcel itself and then bring it to you.
B: Sir, you make my work too easy. Thank you.
A: A friend is picking up a parcel. Can I leave the parcel with you?
B: By all means, sir. Just give me your name, his name, and when he will be coming by.
A: I can put all of that right on the package and then bring it down to you, if that's okay.
B: Well, thank you for doing that, sir. I wish all guests were like you.
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