A: I'm new to the neighborhood.
B: Have you been able to find everything okay?
A: Actually, could you help me with that?
B: What can I help you with?
A: I'm trying to find a nice restaurant to eat at.
B: What kind of food do you want?
A: I wouldn't mind some good Chinese food.
B: There's a great Chinese restaurant right down the street.
A: Could you tell me how to get there?
B: It's a few blocks down. You'll find it on the right-hand side.
A: Would you like to come eat lunch with me?
B: I would love to. Thanks.
A: I just moved into the neighborhood.
B: Do you know where everything is around town?
A: I could use your help with something.
B: Exactly what can I do for you?
A: I'm looking for somewhere to eat.
B: What kind of restaurant do you want to eat at?
A: I want Chinese food.
B: I know of a fabulous Chinese restaurant down the street.
A: How do I get there?
B: It's just a few blocks away.
A: Would you like to go to lunch?
B: That would be great.
A: I'm new to town.
B: Oh, really? Are you finding everything all right?
A: I need some help.
B: What do you need help with?
A: I would like to find a nice restaurant.
B: What kind of food would you like to eat?
A: Chinese food sounds good to me.
B: You can always go to this Chinese restaurant just a few blocks away.
A: Where exactly is it?
B: If you go three blocks to the east, you can't miss it.
A: Why don't you come to lunch with me?
B: Sure. Let's go.