Each successful presentation should contain phrases and expressions that

  • lead the audience
  • makes it easy to understand
  • give an idea of it’s lenght and content

The sentences below follow the logical progression of a well-prepared presentation and contain necessary phrases and expressions.

At the beginning of the presentation we greet and welcome the audience.

  • Good morning and welcome to today’s presentation.
  • Thank you all very much for coming today.
  • I hope you all had a pleasant journey here today.

Than we introduce our presentation.

  • The purpose of today’s presentation is to…
  • The purpose of my presentation today is to…
  • In today’s presentation I’d like to explain to you how…
  • In today’s presentation I’m hoping to give you an overview of…

We give the audience a clear overview of what they can expect.

  • In today’s presentation I’m hoping to cover three points:
  • Firstly, … ,after that we will look at … ,and finally I’ll … .

We start the presentation.

  • To begin with…
  • Let’s start by looking at
  • I’d like to start by looking at

We close a section of the presentation.

  • So, that concludes…
  • So, that’s an overview of…
  • I think that just about covers…

Otevřeme další část prezentace.

  • Now let’s move on to…
  • Now I’d like to move on to…
  • Now let’s take a look at…
  • Now I’d like to take a look at…
  • Moving on the next part I’d like to…

We conclude and summarise the presentation.

  • That brings us to the end of the final section. Now, if I can just summarise the main points again.
  • Well, that brings us to the end of the final section. Now, I’d like to summarise by…
  • That concludes my presentation. Now, if I can just summarise the main points….
  • Now, just to summarise, let’s quickly look at the main points again.

We finish the presentation and thank.

  • Thank you for your attention.
  • That brings us to the end of my presentation.
  • Finally, I’d like to finish by thanking you all for your attention.
  • Finally, I’d like to end by thanking you all for coming today.

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Lector and language consultant. Studied English at the Faculty of Education. Having worked as an English tutor at nursery school, she got experience with working with children with learning disability. During her 8-year experience with teaching adults she has implemented her findings from learning children and has created simple and transparent explanations of complicated grammar features. Teaching both children and adults, she keeps encouraging them not to fear a foreign language and to learn with pleasure.



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