A.: I'm going to the post office. Does anyone want anything?
P.: I'd like some stamps, please.
A.: How many do you want?
P.: Two books, please. First class.
C.: Are you going into town, Ann?
A.: Well, I'm not actually going into the centre of town. Why? Do you want a lift?
C.: Yes. If you don't mind. I want to buy a couple of magazines and do a bit of window shopping.
A.: Well, I can drop you by the bank. Is that any good?
C.: Yes, thanks. That's fine. I'm going to see if I can get some ideas for presents. One of my friends has got a birthday soon. I want to send her something typically British. Any ideas?
P.: A cassette of God Save the Queen? A hundred tea-bags? A bulldog? The Union Jack?
C.: Thanks, Peter. You're a great help.