by Deborah Healey
Here are a few useful words and phrases:
--We ought to .... [We ought to buy more lemons; we ought to choose B.]Agreement:
--Let's ... [Let's buy more lemons; let's choose B.]
--Why don't we ... ? [Why don't we try the other one next time?]
--What do you think about ... ? [What do you think about trying the other one?]
--Sounds good to me.
--Let's try it.
--Well, I think we should ... instead. [Well, I think we should choose A instead.]
--I don't think that's a good idea.
--Let's ... instead. [Let's try the other one instead.]
--I'm not so sure.
--Let's think about it some more.
--Why do you think so?
--That doesn't seem right to me.
If you have questions, comments, or for more information, contact Deborah Healey, dhealey AT uoregon DOT edu
Last updated 26 June, 2009