A: What can I do for you today?
B: I have a question.
A: What do you need to know?
B: I need to take the driver's course. How many hours do I need?
A: It depends on what you're trying to do with the completion of the course.
B: I need to get my license.
A: You're going to need to complete six hours.
B: How many hours a day can I do?
A: You can do two hours a day for three days.
B: That's all I need to do to finish?
A: Yes, that's all you need to do.
B: Thanks. I'll get back to you.
A: What can I help you with?
B: May I ask you something?
A: What's your question?
B: How many hours behind the wheel do I need?
A: What do you need to take it for?
B: I'm trying to get my license.
A: You need six hours.
B: Can I do all six hours in one day?
A: You have to do it in three days.
B: That's all I have to do?
A: That's everything.
B: Well, that's a relief.
A: May I help you?
B: I needed to ask you a question.
A: Ask away.
B: How many hours of the behind-the-wheel course do I need to take?
A: Why do you need to take the course?
B: I want to get my license.
A: You have to do six hours behind the wheel.
B: How many days do I need to finish the course?
A: You can't finish in less than three days.
B: Is that all?
A: There's nothing else to it.
B: That sounds easy enough.
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