Announcing your decision - 62 - English at Work gives you the words

source: BBC Learning English     2017年9月6日
Anna's been offered a promotion and a marriage proposal at the same time! She's taken some time out to think about her reply. What will her decision be?
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Narrator: Hello again and welcome back to English at Work – the drama about life at the plastic fruit production company called Tip Top Trading. You may remember Anna, the company's newest and brightest sales executive, was offered a promotion and a marriage proposal at the same time. She's taken time out to think about her reply but everyone in the office really misses her.
Tom: I dunno Denise, I'd be good for Anna, I think we would be been a perfect pair. Mr and Mrs Darcy… it sounds good…
Anna: I'm back!
Tom: Anna! I…we weren't expecting you.
Anna: Yes I can see – perhaps you could tidy up your desk Tom.
Tom: Very funny Anna – still trying to be the boss! So did you have a good trip? Did you get some 'head space'?
Anna: Eh?
Narrator: He means time alone to think about the things you want to think about. Tell him you've been chewing things over – it means you've been thinking about your proposals and say I have come to a final decision.
Anna: OK, well it's true; I have done a lot of thinking. Tom, I did have some head space and a chance to… chew things over…
Tom: Yes! Yes! And?
Anna: And I've come to a final decision. The answer is 'yes'. I accept. There's no doubt really… I should give it a go… I need the experience… and besides, what's the worst thing that can happen?
Tom: Oh Anna. I'm so happy. You won't regret your decision.
Narrator: Hmm – is Anna really saying 'yes' to Tom's marriage proposal or has there been a misunderstanding?

Here are some of the phrases we've heard today:
I've had a chance to chew things over
I've come to a final decision
I'll give it a go
You won't regret your decision