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WORK SKILLS ESP English for Presentations Expressions Selection

Presentation Phrasebook

www.englishforuniversity.com presents useful phrases to help us perform the functions of giving a presentation: phrases for our introduction, phrases for the main parts of our presentation, phrases for our conclusion, and phrases for managing questions.

English for Presentations

Cornelsen Corporate Solutions at http://kella.edu.vn website presents useful phrases and vocabulary about English for presentations in different language functions: introduction, effective openings, the middle/main part, conclusion and effective conclusions.

Starting and Ending Presentations

www.usingenglish.com website presents useful phrases for starting and ending presentations.

Giving Presentations - Expressions and Introductory Phrases

Oxford University Press for http://oupeltglogal.com website presents expressions and introductory phrases for giving presentations, for example, thanking people for coming,beginning and stating objectives, organization, introducing another speaker, recapping what the previous speaker has said, referring to a diagram/figures, and etc.

Presentation Signpost Expressions

www.janinakuh.tripod.com website presents presentation signpost expressions.

Presentations - Linking Phrases

GNOSIS learning for www.gnosislearning.com presents some standards phrases which we can use to link the parts of our presentation together. These act as a signal to the audience, telling them what they will hear next.

Signaling Phrases for a Presentation

Thosmas Tasker at www.personal.psu.edu website presents signaling phrases for a presentation.

A Short Guide to the Oral Presentation in English

Martha Grand for http://step.inpg.fr presents a short guide to the oral presentation in English which contains a lot of useful phrases about presentation in many stages: how to get started, how to conclude, and suggestions for what to do in between.