A: Can you help me with something, sir?
B: What do you need?
A: Well, I was planning on transferring soon.
B: Where are you going to transfer?
A: I want to transfer either to NYU or UCLA.
B: I'm glad to hear that, but what can I do for you?
A: I was wondering if you could write a couple of reference letters for me.
B: Is that all?
A: That's all I need from you.
B: I can do that for you.
A: You're a lifesaver.
B: They'll be ready tomorrow.
A: I need your help.
B: What do you need me to do for you?
A: I want to transfer pretty soon.
B: Where to?
A: I'm applying to both NYU and UCLA.
B: What do you need me to help you with?
A: Could you write two letters of reference for me?
B: Is that all that you need?
A: It would mean a lot to me.
B: I'll write a couple of letters for you.
A: I really appreciate your help.
B: Pick them up from me tomorrow.
A: Do you think that you can help me?
B: What can I do for you?
A: I'm going to be transferring schools soon.
B: That's great! Where do you want to transfer to?
A: I'm going to apply to NYU and UCLA.
B: That's wonderful, but what do you need from me?
A: I need you to write a couple of letters of reference for me.
B: That's it?
A: Yes, that's it.
B: That shouldn't be a problem.
A: Thank you so much.
B: I'll have them ready for you tomorrow.
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