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Daily English 1149 - Delaying Making a Decision

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Dialogue/Story

Thomas: You’ve hemmed and hawed for weeks. It’s time to make a decision.

Eugenia: I know, but I need to sleep on it. This is a very big decision.

Thomas: You’ve dragged your feet for far too long. Are you having second thoughts?

Eugenia: No, no second thoughts. I just want to be absolutely sure I’m making the right choice. I’m on the fence between two options. We’ll have to live with this decision for years.

Thomas: I thought you’d already made a tentative decision days ago.

Eugenia: No, no, no. In my mind, the jury is still out.

Thomas: You can’t leave everyone hanging.

Eugenia: I know that, but how can I choose if I’m not 100% positive about either option.

Thomas: I understand that, but it’s now down to the wire. You’ve got to bite the bullet and decide.

Eugenia: I know. If only I had a few more days to think about it…

Thomas: Too late. They’re here.

Eugenia: The painters are here?

Thomas: Yes. So will this be a blue or green house?

Eugenia: How about stripes?

Category: About You|Daily Life


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