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Meeting Between Colleagues Ketua Rapat : chairman, chairperson, chair, chairwoman
Opening -Ladies and gentlemen, I declare the meeting open -Right, shall we get started?
The Agenda The first item on the agenda today is.... The purpose of today’s meeting is..... The first problem we have to consider is....
Giving the floor (memberi kesempatan untuk berbicara) I’d like to give the floor to Miss.Hinton. Mrs.William, would you like to say something about this? Mr.Brown, I think you know something about this problem. Have you got anything to say, John? What are your views on this, Anne?
Taking the floor (menanggapi satu hal) Excuse me Mr. Chairman, may I say something please? Could I just make a point about....? Could I say something here, please?
Moving to a new point Could we move on to item 4 on the agenda? Now, I’d like to turn to... Can we go on now to....
Postponing discussion If no-one has any objections, I suggest that we leave this matter until our next meeting. Perhaps we could leave this for now. We can come back to it later.
Moving to vote Can I ask for a show of hands? Let’s put it to the vote. Could we take a vote on it? Can we move to a vote on this?
Voting Those for the motion, please? Those against?
Any Other Business (AOB) Is there any other business? Is there anything else to discuss?
Closing I declared the meeting closed. Thank you ladies and gentlemen. That concludes our business for today. Thank you. Well, I think that covers everything. That’s all for today. Thank you.
Asking For An Opinion What’s your opinion of..... ? What do you think of...... ? I’d like to hear your views on......
Strong Agreement I completely agree. I agree entirely with your point of view. I’m in total agreement. I’m of exactly the same opinion.
Neutral Agreement I agree. I think we are in agreement on that. I think you’re right. I think we can accept your position on that.
Strong Disagreement I totally disagree with you. I don’t agree at all. You’re completely mistaken. I disagree entirely.
How To Survive A Boring Meeting 1.Imagine the Chairman or Chairwoman with no clothes. 2.Start a lottery for the time the meeting will finish. 3.Write a love poem. 4.Write a shopping list for the next six moths. 5.Photocopy the next 50 pages of the novel you are reading and put them between the pages of a report.
6. Fantasize about what absent members are doing. 7. Draw caricatures of the members you hate. 8. Note one of the favourite phrases of the Chairman/Cairwoman and count how many times he/she uses it.