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Did you know that you can decide something, decide on something, decide to do something, or even decide against doing something. Thanks for making the decision to listen to this podcast. Let’s study together.
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- The board of directors has to decide what to do about the budget for the next fiscal year.
- I can’t seem to decide which one of these two job offers to accept.
- I can’t decide what to have for lunch. Everything looks delicious!
- After reviewing all the candidates, the HR department decided on the most suitable person for the position.
- The family had a hard time deciding on a vacation destination, but they finally decided on Hawaii.
- We need to decide on a strategy to increase sales before the end of the quarter.
- Kim decided to take an English course to improve her language skills.
- I’ve decided to go back to school and get my MBA.
- After much thought, I’ve decided to leave my job and start my own business.
- The company decided against investing in the new product line due to the high risks involved.
- I decided against taking a job overseas because I didn’t want to be away from my family.
- After careful consideration, we decided against expanding into the new market at this time.
- The committee was tasked with making a decision on the proposal, and they finally came to a consensus.
- We need to make a decision on the budget cuts by the end of the week.
- The company made a decision to close its branch in London.
- After much discussion, we came to a decision to purchase the new software.
- Finally, the council members came to a decision to allocate more funds for the road repair project.
- The team finally came to a decision to hire a consultant to help with the project.
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