A: Devi, have you thought about where would you like to go to dinner on Friday for your birthday?
B: I am not sure. I don't know that many restaurants around here.
A: You know, we could look online at the local Internet sites.
B: Good. Let's take a look!
A: What kind of food would you like for your birthday?
B: I enjoy Thai or Japanese the best.
A: This one, Shogun, looks good.
B: Oh yes, I've heard of that one. Everyone I've spoken with says that it is great!
A: Would you like to go there then?
B: I think that that would be a really good choice! Let's call and make a reservation.
A: Devi, do you have any preference for where you would like to go for dinner for your birthday?
B: I don't really know where I want to go. I am having trouble thinking of a particular restaurant.
A: There is a great restaurant directory here in the weekend section of the newspaper.
B: OK, we could look at that.
A: Do you have a particular type of food that you would like?
B: I really like Japanese or Thai food.
A: That Japanese restaurant, Shogun, got good reviews.
B: Oh yeah! I saw a review of that restaurant on television. The reviewer loved it!
A: Would that be a place that you might like to go to for your birthday?
B: That would work out great! Why don't we call and get a reservation?
A: Devi, do you have a favorite place that you would like to go to for your birthday dinner?
B: I am kind of at a loss right now to think of some place special.
A: I've got a great guidebook here of local restaurants.
B: That would be a good place to look.
A: What is your favorite type of restaurant food?
B: I like a lot of things, but Thai or Japanese would be good.
A: Shogun looks pretty good!
B: Oh, I remember that restaurant. I went there years ago. I really enjoyed it!
A: Would that be a good choice for your birthday dinner then?
B: I would enjoy going there. Let's call ahead to make sure that we can get a table for that night.
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