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1 English Presentation Skills- The End Yu-Hui Tao 愈忙愈要學英文字串 簡報篇 by Quentin Brand 貝塔語言出版

2 Listen to mp3.23 on pp mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 1.Signaling the End - Formal (mp3.23)

3 Formal Ending 1.I ‘d like to [end|finish|round off|wrap up] by summarizing [n.p. |+ wh-clause]. 2.I’d like to [end|finish|round off|wrap up] by Ving. 3.I’d like to [end|finish|round off|wrap up] with n.p. 4.That ends the main part of my presentation to you today. 5.That’s the end of my presentation today. 2.That concludes my presentation (to you) today.

4 Practice I 1. Choose your “formal ending” sentence. Practice with a partner.

5 Listen to mp3.24 on p. 194mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 2. Signaling the End - Informal (mp3.24)

6 Informal Ending 1.Ok, I think that just about covers it. 2.Ok then. That’s it from me. 3.Ok. Well, that’s all I’ve got today. 4.So, let’s just summarize the main points. 5. Ok. That’s it. 7. Ok. That’s all. 8. I think I’ll stop here.

7 Practice II 1. Choose your informal ending sentence. Practice with a partner.

8 Listen to mp3.25 on pp mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 3. Concluding your Presentation - Formal (mp3.25)

9 Concluding - Formal 1. The key issue is + [wh-clause| n.p.|Ving] 2.In conclusion, I would like to [recommend|suggest] [that + clause|n.p.] 3.There are two recommendations I would like to make at this point. First,… and second,… 4.In conclusion, I think we need [to V.|n.p.]

10 Practice III 1. Choose your sentence for formal conclusion. Practice with a partner.

11 Listen to mp3.26 on pp mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 4. Concluding Your Presentation – Informal (mp3.26)

12 Concluding - Informal 1.I think it’s clear that we [should | need to] V. 2.I think it’s clear that we need n.p 3.So, to wind (things) up, I think we should V. 4.I want to emphasize two things here.

13 Practice IV 1. Choose your sentence for informal-conclusion sentence. Practice with a partner.

14 Listen to mp3.27 on pp. 204mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 5. Thanking the Audience – Formal (mp3.27)

15 Thanks - Formal 1.Thank you for your attention. 2.Thank you for being such an attentive audience today. 3.Thanks for your listening and for inviting me here today.

16 Practice V 1. Choose your sentence for formal-thanks sentence. Practice with a partner.

17 Listen to mp3.28 on pp. 205mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 6. Thanking the Audience – Formal (mp3.28)

18 Thanks - Informal 1.Thanks, everyone. 2.Thanks for listening. 3.Thanks you all.

19 Practice VI 1. Choose your sentence for informal-thanks sentence. Practice with a partner.

20 Listen to mp3.29 on pp. 206mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 7. Inviting Questions – Formal (mp3.29)

21 Inviting Question - Formal 1.Now I would like to invite you to ask any questions you may have. 2.At this point, I’d be very interested to hear any questions or comments you may have. 3.I’d now like to open the floor for questions. 4.The floor is now open for any questions. 5.At this point please don’t hesitate to ask any questions. 6.Some of you may have some questions, which I’ll do my best to answer. 7.You are now welcome to ask any questions.

22 Practice VII 1. Choose your sentence for question-invitation sentence. Practice with a partner.

23 Listen to mp3.30 on pp. 208mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 8. Inviting Questions – Informal (mp3.30)

24 Inviting Question - Informal 1.(So,) any questions? 2.Right then, are there any questions? 3.Questions, anyone? 4.Anyone got any questions? 5.If you’ve got any questions, now’s the time. 6.Ok, I’ll take questions now, if anyone’s got any. 7.I’d like to open it up (now) for questions.

25 Practice VIII 1. Choose your sentence for question-invitation sentence. Practice with a partner.

26 Listen to mp3.31 on pp mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 9. Questions You KnowYou can Answer (mp3.31)

27 Questions – Know the Answer 1.Yes, good [point|question]. I think + clause. 2.Thanks for that question. In my opinion, + clause. 3.Yes, I understand. As I mentioned earlier, I (don’t) think + clause. 4.Yes, that’s a very good question. It depends on + wh-clause. 5.Well, I think I answered that earlier, but to repeat, +clause. 6.I’m glad you asked me (that). I think + clause. 7.Thank you for pointing out the mistake here. I’m afraid it’s a typo. That correct figure should be n.p.

28 Practice VIIII 1. Choose your sentence for sure-answer sentence. Practice with a partner.

29 Listen to mp3.32 on pp mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 10. Questions You Know You Are Not Sure You Can Answer (mp3.32)

30 Questions – Not sure the Answer 1.You’ve raised a contentious’ issue here. 2.Hmm. Yes. Interesting point. What do you think? 3.Yes, I see. What are your views on this before I give my own? 4.I am not sure I follow. Do you mean…? 5.Well, you’ve raised a very interesting point here. In reply I would like to point out + clause. 6.To be honest, I think that raised a different issue. 7.I think that’s a legitimate concern.

31 Practice X 1. Choose your sentence for unsure-answer sentence. Practice with a partner.

32 Listen to mp3.33 on pp mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 11. Questions You Know You Cannot Answer (mp3.33)

33 Questions – Don’t Know the Answer 1.I am not sure I can answer that at this time. 2.I am afraid I simply don’t know. 3.I haven’t seen the data on this, so I’m not in a position to give you a clear answer yet. 4.Could I deal with that later? Thanks. 5.Can I get back to you on that one? 6.Perhaps you could write to me with your question. 7.I don’t know without seeing the figure. 8.I’m afraid I can’t comment on that. 9.I don’t know the answer to your question, but I’ll make a note here. 10.Let me find out and get back to you. Do I have your contact details?

34 Practice XI 1. Choose your sentence for no-answer sentence. Practice with a partner.

35 Listen to mp3.34 on pp mp Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 12. Examples (mp3.34)


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