Better double check. There's no requirement to identify at the beginning of a communication (though it's common practice, and was required at one time), only every ten minutes and at the end of the communication.
The "every ten minutes" is often handled (say, on 2 meter or 440 band repeaters, which is where Technician licensees most commonly use voice communication) by identifying each time the repeater automatically does so. So, if I were in conversation with another local ham on my nearest repeater, a listener might hear:
"Okay, Donald, I'll try putting my antenna up in the oak tree when I
"K-X-4-Q-P. Yep, that antenna will work a lot better if you can get it even twenty feet up."
"W-N-4-Zed-P-H. Oh, I don't doubt that, but I thought it was supposed
to work better than it is even just on the roof; I saw where someone
had one in their attic and they were getting out okay."
And communication continues.
I also regularly hear things like "For ID, this is [call sign]", again, often prompted by the repeater ID or by the other party identifying.