A: Having agreed that... is the best option, what are the most important points we can mention in our presentation?
B:I'd say one thing we should mention is that.... Don't you agree?
A: Definitely. That has to be one of the important points. We can say it's important because.... That's a good explanation, isn't it?
B:Yes, it is.
A: Why don't we also emphasize that... What do you think?
B: Actually, I think it'd be better to highlight the fact that.... I think that's much more important than...
A: Ok. Let's do that. And we could say that that's important because..... Is that what you'd say?
B: So those are the four reasons. Now how are we going to allocate them?
A: Well, I could present the points about... and..., unless you want to take those.
B: No that's fine. So I'll talk about..and..., . How shall we present these points? I could present two and then you could present two, or we could take the points one at a time and swap over after each one. Which do you prefer?
A: Let's present the reasons in pairs. First you, then me.
B: Ok, that's settled.
(from the book ECPE Challenge)