3. Learning How to Drive (1)


A: You know how to drive, right?

B: I'm pretty good.

A: Do you think you can teach me?

B: Did you get your learner's permit yet?

A: I have it already.

B: Do you have any experience driving a car?

A: I've only done it once.

B: Do you know all the controls in the car?

A: Yes, I am aware of them.

B: When do you want to start learning how to drive?

A: Whenever you have time.

B: We can do it tomorrow; just call me.


A: Do you know how to drive?

B: I'm a great driver.

A: Could you teach me how to drive?

B: Have you gotten your learner's permit?

A: Yes, I have my learner's permit.

B: Have you ever been behind the wheel?

A: I've only driven a car one time.

B: You do know all the controls in the car, don't you?

A: I know them.

B: Tell me when you want me to teach you.

A: We can do it when you have some time.

B: I'm not busy tomorrow. Call me then.


A: Are you a good driver?

B: Yes, I'm rather good at driving.

A: I need you to teach me how to drive.

B: Yes, but do you have your learner's permit?

A: Yes, I have it.

B: Have you ever driven a car before?

A: I drove a car before, but only once.

B: Are you aware of all the controls in the car?

A: I already know all of them.

B: When would you like me to start teaching you?

A: When do you have time?

B: Call me tomorrow, and we'll get started.

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