A speaker says: Well, I was waiting for you. I thought you, like, changed your mind, but.

A speaker says:

Well, I was waiting for you. I thought you, like, changed your mind, but.

 

Which of the following is the correct way to transcribe this according to our Clean Verbatim Style Guide?

 

A) Well, I was waiting for you. I thought you, like, changed your mind, but.

B) Well, I was waiting for you. I thought you changed your mind, but.

C) I was waiting for you. I thought you changed your mind.

There are three different options for this question. Let see which one is correct.

According To Grammer and Transcription Guidelines, this question Well, I was waiting for you. I thought you, like, changed your mind, but. Option C) I was waiting for you. I thought you changed your mind. That is the correct answer.

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Did you wanna, you know, go to the park today? And what should we pack for lunch?

I mean, I kinda wanted to go to, you know, the fair, like, this weekend. But then it sorta rained.

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