A: What do you plan on making as a side dish for dinner?
B: I was planning on making some kind of vegetable.
A: Do you know what kind?
B: What kind of vegetable do you want?
A: I wouldn't mind eating some corn.
B: How do you want it?
A: What do you mean?
B: I can boil it, grill it, or microwave it.
A: You should throw some corn on the grill.
B: Is that really what you want?
A: That sounds good.
B: I guess I can do that.
A: Are you going to make anything to go with dinner?
B: I may make a vegetable.
A: What vegetable are you going to make?
B: What kind do you like?
A: I like corn.
B: How would you like me to make it?
A: Excuse me?
B: How do you want your corn?
A: I'd like it grilled.
B: Are you sure that's how you want me to make it?
A: I'd love that.
B: That's what I'll do.
A: What's the side dish that you're making for dinner?
B: I'm not sure. I was thinking of making a vegetable.
A: What kind of vegetable are you thinking about making?
B: Do you know what kind of vegetable you want to eat?
A: Why don't you make some corn?
B: How would you like the corn?
A: I don't understand what you mean.
B: Do you want it boiled, grilled, or microwaved?
A: Why don't you grill it?
B: That's how you want it?
A: Yes, that sounds delicious.
B: Okay, I'll grill some corn then.