I haven't figured out which one to buy


Senior Member
Let's say you are in a bakeshop. A few seconds later, the store attendant asks what you would like to buy. You see lots of small servings of cakes, and you need more time to decide which one(s) to buy because all look good. Please confirm if the italicized text sounds natural:

Sorry, I haven't figured out which one to buy. I need more time.
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  • elroy

    Imperfect Mod
    US English, Palestinian Arabic bilingual
    The sentence is correct in American English, but unlikely to be said in that context. I would probably say “I’m still deciding.”
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