Here are some types.
Type A Shall I verb (….)?
Do you want me to+ verb (….)?
Would you like me to verb (….)?
A – Shall I carry your bag for you?
B – Yes, please. It’s too heavy. I can’t carry it
A – Do you want me to buy the tickets’?
B – Yes, please. I’ll look alter my bags and wait for Ravi here.
A – Would you like me to call the doctor?
B – No. thanks. I will wait till this evening if I don’t get better
I’ll call myself. Don’t worry now.
Type B Would you like
Do you want
A - I’m thirsty
B - Would you like some Fanta?
A- No. thanks.
B- Would you like some apple juice?
A- Oh, yes please.
A – I’m hungry. Is there anything to eat?
B – Do you want some biscuits?
A – No. thanks. I’d like some sandwich.
B - Cheese or ham?
A – Cheese and ham please.
Type C Imperative + noun phrase
A - Have another slice of cake. Help yourself.
B - Ok, just one slice.
A - Try one of these chocolates
B - Yes please. They’re really tasty.
A - Help yourself to more coffee.
B - No thanks. I’m, full I think.
Type B structures are also used in offering a choice between two (or more) things.
A - Would you like tea or coffee?
B - I’d like some coffee, please.
A – Black or milk?
B – Milk please
A – Do you want your coffee sweet?
B – Not too sweet, please.
A – Would you like a drink?
B – Yes please. Some Coke is nice.
A – Would you like to have some cakes?
B – No, thanks. I’m not hungry,
A – Would you like a cigarette?
B – No. thanks, I don’t smoke.
A – Are you ready to order your meal sir?
B – Yes. I’d like a roll, please.
A – Have some jam with your bun.
B – No, thanks. I don’t like it. I wouldn’t like it too sweet.
A – What drink do you like sir?
B – We’d like a glass of lime juice.
A – Here’s the lime juice sir.
B – We’d like a glass of lime juice with soda.
A – Have another cream cake my dear. They are delicious!
B – I couldn’t, I’m full.
A – Oh…. Go on man!
B – Well, all right, just one more. That chocolate one