Common Expressions #6 (Business Meetings) | English Listening & Speaking Practice

Common Expressions #6 (Business Meetings) | English Listening & Speaking Practice



Do you need you attend business meeting and discussions? Do you need you attend business meeting and discussions ? Then, join me in this lesson to practice some comon meeting expressions Hello and Welcome everyone This Minoo at Anglo-Link This the 6th lesson in our serie Listening & Speaking Pratice In this lesson, we're going to practice some expressions that are commonly use in businness meeting

22 thoughts on “Common Expressions #6 (Business Meetings) | English Listening & Speaking Practice”

  1. This video is useful. We come across such situation where we can use such sentences and put our point clearly and in a positive way.

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  3. 1. Shall we get started?

    2. It’s time we got down to business.

    3. First of all, I’d like to welcome our guest.

    4. Firstly, I’d like to thank you all for coming.

    5. Has everyone read the minutes of the last meeting?

    6. There are some urgent points on today’s agenda.

    7. Why don’t we deal with the urgent matters first?

    8. We can then move on to the less pressing matters

    9. How does that sound to you?

    10. I suggest we tackle point 5 first.

    11. Does that meet with everyone’s approval?

    12. Alternatively, we could proceed according to the agenda.

    13. I have no objection to that.

    14. That might be a better idea.

    15. I’m happy either way.

    16. I think we should stick to the agenda.

    17. I’d rather we dropped the less urgent matters.

    18. What do you think of this project?

    19. What are your feelings about this project?

    20. Personally, I feel it’s too much of a risk.

    21. I believe the benefits outweigh the drawbacks.

    22. I second that.

    23. I couldn’t agree more.

    24. I’m afraid I have to disagree.

    25. I can’t go along with that.

    26. May I interrupt you there?

    27. Could I just come in here?

    28. There must be an alternative.

    29. I think you’re missing the point.

    30. We seem to have got side-tracked.

    31. Let’s get back to the matter in hand.

    32. We must come to an agreement on this.

    33. Let’s put this one to the vote.

    34. Raise your hand if you’re in favor.

    35. Could all those against raise your hands?

    36. To sum up, the majority approve.

    37. In conclusion, we’ve decided to go ahead with it.

    38. Is there any other business?

    39. We seem to have run out of time.

    40. Let’s wrap up then, shall we?

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