A: How are you doing today?
B: Good. Thanks for asking.
A: What may I do for you?
B: I need help with something.
A: What do you need help with?
B: I am looking for a newspaper article.
A: Have you looked in the periodicals?
B: I didn't even think about that.
A: I can show you where they are.
B: That would be a lot of help.
A: Follow me, please.
B: Thank you so much.
A: How are you?
B: I'm great. Thanks.
A: Did you need something?
B: I need your help.
A: How may I help you?
B: I need to find this newspaper article.
A: Have you checked the periodicals section yet?
B: I forgot about that section.
A: If you'd like, I can show you where to find it.
B: Could you do that?
A: Follow me.
B: Thank you for all your help.
A: How's it going?
B: I'm fine. Thank you.
A: Do you need anything?
B: I need you to help me.
A: What can I do for you?
B: I am looking for an article in a newspaper.
A: Did you check the periodicals?
B: I didn't even bother to think of that.
A: I'll show you where to find your article.
B: I get lost in this library.
A: It's right this way.
B: Thanks a lot for your help.
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