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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #95021: Meetings and prepositions
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    Meetings and prepositions

    Meetings and prepositions

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    1. Thank you all coming today.

    2. I would like to introduce you Mr Brown.

    3. The purpose of this presentation is to give you an overview our Marketing strategy.

    4. What we absolutely need do today is to decide in which countries we will launch our new product.

    5. I suggest that we start by going the table and briefly introducing ourselves.

    6. We have a very busy schedule, therefore we need be efficient.

    7. I think that we should discuss the topics order.

    8. Turning the first item on today's agenda, we need to discuss our sales strategy in America.

    9. Don't you think we should move to the next point?

    10. We need to try and reach an agreement this.

    11. There is no need to go the details right now.

    12. Does anyone have questions?

    13. Please, let's deal these questions at the end!

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