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Opening

– It’s a great pleasure to be here today

– I am delighted to hava the opportunity to present …

– Thank you all for coming today

– Before we start, let me introduce myself / my team

– Maybe I could start by asking …

– The aim of this presentation is …

– My presentation today is about …

– Today I’d like to talk about …

– What I am going to talk about today is …

– The objective of this presentation is to …

– Today we are here to give a presentation on …

– In this presentation, we will look at …

– I hope by the end of it, you will have a clear idea about …

– Please feel free to interrupt me as we go along

– If you have any questions, I will be pleased to answer them at the end of the presentation

 

Table of Content

– During the next minutes, I shall …

– First of all, I’d like to outline the main points of my talk

– Just to give you a brief overview

– Let’s take a brief look at the agenda

– My presentation will be divided into three parts/sections

– My talk will be in two (three/four) parts: First, … after that, … then, … finally

– Firstly, … Secondly, … Thirdly, … Finally, …

– I’ll begin by looking at… Then, I’ll move on to … Towards the end I will …

– There are three things to consider, First … Second … Third …

– First, we will take a brief look at the …

– Then/Next, I will explain the key (issues, points)/ address the main (issues)

– At the end, a conclusion/finally

 

Start A New Topic

– Let me begin by sharing an interesting story/fact about

– Let’s start by looking at …

– Let me start with some general information on …

– Let me begin by explaining why/how …

– I’d like to give you some background information about …

– I think everybody has heard about …, but hardly anyone knows a lot about it.

– Now I’d like to turn to …

– Now let’s look at …

– I’d now like to move on to the next part …

– This leads me to my next point, which is …

– Turning our attention now to …

– Let’s move on to the next parts …

– Moving onto the second part, …

– The next issue/topic/area I’d like to focus on …

– This leads us to the next point

 

Detailed Explanation I

– I’d like to expand on this aspect/problem/point

– Let me elaborate further on …

– I mentioned earlier …

– We’ll come back to this point later …

– As I said at the beginning, …

– This relates to what I was saying earlier …

– Let me go back to what I said earlier about …

– To expand a little on that, …

– As you can see, the figures speak for themselves

– Here is an example to give you a better understanding

– I will explain this concept with an example

– A good example is

– Looking at the chart you can see …

– As you can see from the graph, …

– I’d like to expand on this aspect/problem/point

 

Detailed Explanation II

– It should be emphasised that …

– I would like to draw your attention to this point …

– Another significant point is that …

– The significance of this is …

– This is important because …

– To put it more simply, …

– What I mean to say is …

– So, what I’m saying is …

– To put it in another way …

– We have to keep in mind that …

– I would like to concentrate on the problem of …

– Please allow me to correct a mistake in my presentation. Instead of … it should be …

– Likewise / Similarly

– Conversely / On the contrary / On the other hand

– Therefore / As a result / For that reason / Consequently

 

Conclusion

– Let’s summarize briefly what we have looked at

– Here is a quick recap of the main points of this section.

– I’d like to recap the main points.

– Well, that’s about it for this part. We’ve covered …

– In conclusion, let me sum up my main points.

– So, to sum up

– Weighing the pros and cons, I come to the conclusion that …

– I’m sure the implication is clear to us

– That brings me to the end of my presentation

– Thank you for listening/your attention

– To summarise everything that we’ve talked about today …

– So far we have covered these points …

– I hope my presentation can help you gain a better understanding of …

– I hope I’ve managed to give you a clearer picture of …

– I hope you gave found this useful …

 

Q & A

– Please feel free to ask questions.

– I am more than happy to answer any doubt you might have in mind.

– Please raise your hand if there’s anything you would like me to talk about.

– Now I am ready to answer your questions, if any.

– That’s a tricky question.

– That’s a very good point.

– I am afraid there’s no easy answer to that one …

– I’m sorry I forgot your first question. Would you be so kind as to say it again>

– If I understand you correctly, you are saying/asking …

– This is a challenging question and I’m afraid I can only provide a partial answer to it.

– I think it will be possible to answer this question when more experiments are completed.

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