Watt：Hi, Maggie. Have you made up your mind?
Watt：I mean, have you decided to study abroad or to find a job after graduation?
Maggie：I haven’t made my decision yet. It’s kind of a hard decision.
Watt：Why’s that? Just a couple of days ago, you were telling me how much you wanted to go overseas to study.
Maggie：Yes, but a vacancy just opened up in the English Department.
Maggie：They offered it to me. So now I don’t know what to do.
Watt：What a great opportunity! I see what you mean though, tough choice.
Maggie：I’ve been preparing and studying to go abroad. I’ve spent a lot of time and energy, and I hatee to see it all go to waste?.
Watt：Don’t think about it too much. The job sounds like an excellent opportunity. You should grab it while you have the chance.
○ I can’t hesitate like this any longer. 我不能再這么猶豫下去了。
我該怎么做呢？What should I do?
○ Should I do that? 我是否應該那么做呢？
我真的不知道該選哪一個了。I really don’t know which one to choose.
= I really don’t know how to make the choice.
★ choose [tFu:z] v. 選擇，選定（其名詞形式為choice）
I was wondering whether I should go with them tomorrow.
○ Should I go with them or not? 我是否應該和他們一起去。
我沒法做決定。I can’t decide.
○ Don’t push me to decide. 別逼我做決定。
請告訴我該怎么做吧。Please tell me what to do.
○ God，please give me a sign. 上帝啊，求你給我個指示吧。
我還沒有拿定主意呢。I haven’t made up my mind.
● make up one’s mind“下決心，拿定主意”
我還沒做決定呢。I haven’t made my decision yet.
★ decision [di5siVEn] n. 決定，決心
我怎么就不能堅定一點呢？Why can’t I be a little determined?
★ determined [di5tE:mind] a. 堅決的，堅定的
我知道，猶豫者終難成事。I know that he who hesitates is lost.
○ Hesitation does me no good, but... 猶豫不決對我一點兒好處也沒有，但是…