A: I think I'm going to go to the market today.
B: Do we need food?
A: Yes, I think so.
B: What are you going to get?
A: I'm not sure what we need.
B: Maybe you should go and look in the refrigerator.
A: Could you do it for me, and write out a list of things that we need?
B: Just get the basics.
A: Like what?
B: You know. Get some eggs, milk, and bread.
A: Just go and make a list for me, please.
B: Fine, I'll go do that for you.
A: I may go grocery shopping later.
B: We need to get food?
A: I don't think we have any food.
B: What are you going to buy?
A: What food are we out of?
B: Go and look in the kitchen.
A: Could you look for me?
B: You should just get the basics.
A: What would that be?
B: Get some eggs, milk, and bread.
A: Would you please make a list for me?
B: Okay, I'll write it down for you.
A: I'm going to go shopping for groceries in a little bit.
B: Why, do we need groceries?
A: I believe we are all out of food.
B: Do you know what to get?
A: I don't know what we need.
B: Why don't you go and check the refrigerator?
A: I would appreciate it if you would do that for me.
B: Why don't you just get the basics?
A: What do you mean?
B: Eggs, milk, bread. Things like that.
A: Go make that list.
B: Sure, no problem.