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Id like to finish by...

Im going to explain

Today Id like to talk about...

The subject of this report is...

Inversion can create impact:What Id like to talk about today is..., What Ill be explaining in my report is...

Giving an overview

Your introduction should offer some signpoints for the audience, telling them the main points to be developed and the order in which they will be developed. This defines for the audience the limits of your report and focuses them on the aspects of the topic you wish to talk about.

Ex. Im'going to divide my talk into X parts.

My report will be in X main parts.

Id like to outline X areas which I shall be looking at

There are X points Id like to make.

 

First, Ill give you... Second,... Lastly...

In the first part Ill...And then Ill...

Firstly Id like to... Secondly I want to...

Firstly we can...Then Id like to turn to...and then move on to...And Ill finish with...

The body of the presentation

(Signposting the route through a report)

Showing where one part ends and a new one starts makes the structure of the report clearer to follow.

Ex. Ill begin by + -ing Lets start with + noun Now lets look at + ing If I could now turn to.,.

Now, turning to...

Now, what about,..?

Let me now move on to...

It is also useful to offer summaries at the end of major parts of your report or after key points.

That completes my overview of...so now Id like to move on to...

So thats the general picture for.... And now lets look at...

Analyzing information Giving one main reason:

Ex. The main explanation for this is...

A particular reason is...

A key problem is...

Giving more than one main reason:

Ex. There are two reasons/explanations for this. First,... Second,...

This is/can be explained by two factors. Firstly,... Secondly,...

This is due to... and also to...

One reason for this is... Another reason is...

Commenting on the information:

When you give your subjective comments to factual information, a slight pause helps the audience to distinguish them, even where both within one sentence.

 

 

Recommending action

Show that you have looked at different ways of dealing with a situation by explaining the alternatives to your favored ^proposal:

Ex. Weve considered/looked at three options

One way to solve this problem is... Another is to...

There are two alternatives...

The first option is to... But what about the second option?

(outline both the benefits and weaknesses for each of the options you consider)

To recommend:

 

Ex. My suggestion would be
our proposal is to
The recommendation ----- //-----
We recommend setting up a.,.
Id like to suggest ------- //-----
I propose II
We suggest you set up a..,
I recommend II
We propose II

 

 

Concluding the presentation



(Giving a summary).

This is often needed before you give your final conclusions. A review of the key points helps to reinforce them for your audience.

Ex. So, to sum up... To summarize...

As Ive explained... As weve seen...

Summarizing in this way will often involve generalizing about specific cases that were dealt with in the report (presentation):

Ex. Generally speaking... In general...

All in all... On the whole...

Concluding

Ex. Lastly Id like to...

Finally ---- //-----

In conclusion //----

Id like to finish by...

The conclusion will often take the form of recommendation or call for action. It may be a challenge or it may consist in a dynamic concluding statement to reinforce your message.

Asking for questions and closing formalities.

Ex. Do you have any questions? Does anyone have any further questions?

If anyone has any questions? Id be happy to answer any questions.


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