A: I really want to get something to eat.
B: What are you going to get?
A: I don't know what I want to eat.
B: Well, do you want burgers, Chinese food, or Mexican food?
A: Chinese food sounds good.
B: Where are you going to get it from?
A: I haven't the slightest idea.
B: I usually get my Chinese food from Panda Express.
A: You like Panda Express?
B: The food there is actually pretty good.
A: Maybe I'll go there then.
B: You should. I know you'll like it.
A: I think I'm going to go get some food.
B: What do you want?
A: I can't decide what to get.
B: What kind of food do you want to get?
A: I think I might like some Chinese food.
B: Do you know where you're going to get it?
A: I honestly don't know.
B: I go to Panda Express for my Chinese food.
A: You like the food there?
B: I really like the food.
A: I think I'll go and get my food there.
B: I think you'll enjoy the food.
A: I want to get a bite to eat.
B: What are you thinking of getting?
A: I have no idea what I want.
B: You can get a burger, or some Chinese food. Or maybe you can get some Mexican food.
A: I wouldn't mind getting some Chinese food.
B: Where are you going to get your Chinese food from?
A: I'm not sure.
B: When I want Chinese food, I go to Panda Express.
A: Do they do a good job on the food?
B: The food isn't bad there.
A: I think I will get my food from Panda Express.