Jane: Hey, Henry. You look busy. What's that you're reading?
Henry: Oh, hi, Jane. I'm studying the driver's manual so I can finally get my driver's license. I just hope I can remember all these traffic laws.
Jane: I’m sure you’ll pass the tests with flying colors, especially since you can miss a few and still pass. Just don't forget to bring your glasses with you so you don’t fail the vision test.
Henry: Yeah, I know. I think the written test will be okay, but I’m really worried about the road test. I never took driver’s ed and I’m nervous behind the wheel. My brother failed his test the first time because he forgot to signal a left turn, and then he didn't yield to a pedestrian. He also screwed up on the parallel parking.
Jane: It sounds like he just got nervous. A busy intersection is always tricky. So when's your appointment at the DMV?
Henry: Next Tuesday. But I might just go in earlier and take the test as a walk-in.
Jane: Can't wait, huh? Well, I'll let you get back to studying. Good luck!
Henry: Thanks. See you around.