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How to Identify the Speaker Final Choice or Decision in TOEFL Dialogues

Examples of Dialogues to Identify the Speaker Final Choice or decision after a change of opinion on the listening Section on the Institutional TOEFL.


Do you need a ride to the airport?

Thanks, anyway. I thought I would, but I have my car back now.


What’ll you have?

Give me the eggs and potatoes. Oh, wait a minute. How about the eggs and pancakes?


How many boxes of Girl Scout cookies did you order?


What is the area code from which you are calling?


I thought you said it was eight cents a copy.

I did, but it´s ten cents a copy when you make fewer than twenty copies, and you have only fifteen.


How much to send a one-page fax?

One dollar. Oh, wait a minute. This is an overseas transmission. That´s two fifty.


Let me see. There´s a documentary about wolves on Channel Three.

That sounds pretty interesting, but I´d rather go to the movies.


Do you want large bills or twenties.

Give me twenties, please. Oh, wait, maybe I should take two fifties and the rest in twenties.


Where shall we go for lunch? It´s your turn to choose.

How about The Country Kitchen, or better yet, The Old House.


Will you be home again late tonight?

I´m afraid so. But I should be able to get away by six, or let´s say seven, just to be on the safe side.