The Successful Start Of A Presentation Is 50% Of Success

Having mastered business English, anyone will feel comfortable in business meetings, negotiations, presentations, in discussions, and in everyday life. For the literate business communication skills needed statements of opinion. Rarely any feedback on the idea of another person manages in English without the introductory part of the sentence. There are many words and short phrases, which begins with the proposal and that help us make a personal comment. Words and phrases that represent your own idea: From my point of view, In my opinion / view, Personally. Words for repetition, and the conclusions that you have just heard: Apparently, It seems that Word for the transfer of ideas, known most people: Clearly, Of course, Obviously words to express good luck / bad luck: Luckily, Fortunately, Happily, Sadly, Unfortunately, Unhappily words to support your righteousness: To be honest / frank, Actually, Frankly if you want to apply the idea of a then one point of view, you can take things like Technically speaking, Scientifically speaking, From a financial / technical point of view and others. There are many other words and phrases used in speech to express their views – this is admittedly, coincidentally, curiously, incredibly, interestingly, ironically, naturally, paradoxically, predictably, significantly, surprisingly, unbelievably, understandably, unexpectedly …

you can often use a your presentation, opening words and phrases to emphasize important example or situation: Especially, In particular, Above all; correct themselves, to clarify: I mean, Or rather; support the previous statement: After all; change the subject (informally): By the way, So, Anyway, and In relation to, As regards, Moving on to, As far as … is concerned (more formally), to conclude, to prepare students for the end of the speech: Anyway. To the very beginning of the sentence to draw attention to important information that is contained in this presentation is to use speech structure of the + noun + is: The thing is …, The question is …, The trouble is … The next part of the proposal and that usually contains question on the Wh-, for example, which, what, when, how, etc.: The point is that the whole idea is just too risky. Nouns in such structures can be so: answer, fact, point, problem, question, solution, thing, trouble, truth: The trouble is it’s going to be rather expensive. The question is, what were you going to do about this? Another way to focus the attention of the audience of your presentation on an important idea – it start with What: What we need is some time to think about this in more detail. Thus, the opening of a sentence to help highlight key points in your business presentations, organize it. The use of such input structures – an essential element of the ethics of business communication in English.

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