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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83330: Public speaking
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    Public speaking


     

    Public speaking

     

    Before starting

    Shall we get started?

    I am afraid xxx can't be with us today.

    Let's get down to business!

    Can you all hear me?

    Can everyone see the screen?

    Has everyone received a copy of the agenda?

     

    Thanking listeners for being there

    Ladies and Gentlemen, good morning.

    Thank you for coming (in such large numbers / so many) today.

    Thank you for giving me the floor

    I would like to begin by thanking xxx

    I would like to express my joy …

    It's my honor to …

     

    Introducing one's topic

    Let me begin my presentation by ….

    Let's start with the first item on the agenda.

    I suggest we start with …

    I am going to present …

    First I would like to talk about …


     

    Expressing a viewpoint

    I speak on behalf of xxx.

    I would like to give the floor to xxx

    I would like to hand over to xxx

    All those in favour, raise your hands.

    Would anyone like to add anything?

    If you have any questions, I'd be happy to answer them.

    Let me put this another way.

    I don't quite follow you.

    What exactly do you mean?

    Sorry, I think you misunderstood what I said.

    I tend to think that …

    Are there any more comments?

    Excuse me for interrupting.

    Get to the point please.

    I am afraid we are getting sidetracked.

    Could we stick to the item?

    Let's get back on track, shall we?

    Let me go over the main points.

    Shall we leave that item?

    We are running short of time.

     

     

    Closing the speech

    I would like to wrap this item up.

    That concludes our business for today.

    I declare the meeting closed.

    Thank you all for attending.

    Let's set a date for the next meeting.

    Thank you again.

     





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    Good morning.
    !I am pleased to see so many of you here today.
    My name is Bridg. I am a nurse in the operating room at this hospital.
    Your training staff asked me to talk about the safety checklist we have to use before all surgery.



    with a short video, showing you the different steps a patient goes through before reaching the operating room.



    Well ! after this film? No?
    .............OK! So, . Did this film help you to define the potential risks for a patient out of control?

    -I am Jane. Yes indeed, it is really scary but we didn't see what the checklist is composed of.


    -There are twenty items to be carried out throughout surgery, and I would like you to find those items.

    .....

    -Great! You have found lots of them. ?

    -Yes, I would like to know whether it's hard to work as part of an operating room team.

    -If you don't mind please? But if you are interested, about that item.



    - I am afraid , so, now I'll give you the checklist and by saying that a change in the mentality of caregivers is required for this checklist to be usable. I hope you'll be largely supportive of it during your training in our department,

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