A speaker says: You know, dinner is taking, like, forever to cook, and I’m starving.

Crutch Words, Informal Speech

A speaker says:
You know, dinner is taking, like, forever to cook, and I’m starving.

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

A) Dinner is taking forever to cook, and I’m starving.
B) You know, dinner is taking, like, forever to cook, and I’m starving.
C) Dinner is taking, like, forever to cook, and I’m starving.

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

According To Grammer and Transcription Guidelines, this question: A speaker says: You know, dinner is taking, like, forever to cook, and I’m starving. Option A) Dinner is taking forever to cook, and I’m starving. This is a correct answer.

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