60. Let's say that + (subject + verb)
i) "Let's say that you have $100 to spend. How would you allocate it between your needs and wants?" (In this example, the speaker is proposing a hypothetical scenario in order to spark a discussion about budgeting and prioritizing spending.)
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Let's say that you get the job, what would be your first priority?
Let's say that we arrive at the airport early, what can we do to pass the time?
Let's say that he decides to join the team, how would that change the dynamic?
Let's say that it rains on the day of the picnic, what alternative plans do we have?
Let's say that she wins the lottery, what would she do with the money?
Let's say that they finish the project ahead of schedule, what would be the next step?
Let's say that the company expands overseas, how will that impact the local economy?
Let's say that the restaurant is fully booked, where else can we go for dinner?
Let's say that the proposal is rejected, what can we do to improve it?
Let's say that the movie ends with a cliffhanger, how do we satisfy our curiosity?