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Common Expressions #6 (Business Meetings) | English Listening & Speaking Practice

Common Expressions #6 (Business Meetings) | English Listening & Speaking Practice

Do you need you attend business meeting and discussions? Do you need you attend business meeting and discussions ? Then, join me in this lesson to practice some comon meeting expressions Hello and Welcome everyone This Minoo at Anglo-Link This the 6th lesson in our serie Listening & Speaking Pratice In this lesson, we’re going to practice some expressions that are commonly use in businness meeting

99 thoughts on “Common Expressions #6 (Business Meetings) | English Listening & Speaking Practice

  1. i choose English to learn as my second language, i can listen well but my speaking is terrible. how can i improve my speaking ? do you have any online class suiting to my need ? i can pay by visa card. thanks

  2. One of my best channels in YouTube.. Great teacher! You are really super! Keep going teacher you r so useful for many students
    I just have a question teacher related to this lesson…( I second that).. Does that mean I make a matter for example in second stage for handling as I have another matter with first priority?did I get it right?… And i wanna know please is that right for (second) to come as a verb in the sentence… If sure I got it right…. Sorry for long writing my best teacher…. I really appreciate your efforts
    Thank you.

  3. hi friend  , thanks and i have a doubt  in tenses "you are allotted a seat"   this  text had sent to me by someone  my questions is   you have  allotted  a seat ( or) you are allotted a seat which one is correct   (as u r tenses videos  you have allotted a seat  is correct o.k              you are allotted  a seat is also correct or wrong ? and  if it"s correct  please clarify it finally bye friend

  4. Dear teacher Minoo,
    How have you been? May I ask you something?
    Could you please make a video on sentence transformation CPE/CAE style? I would love to get some tips from you on this matter as well as learn from you the best way to succeed when taking the exam. You're such an amazing teacher.

    Best regards,

  5. i'd enjoy it, this is helpful for me because I'm preparing myself for an English language certification, and I found it cool and efficient, this tool is useful to interact with tourists from abroad whom visits Mexico, thanks for this

  6. i'd enjoy it, this is helpful for me because I'm preparing myself for an English language certification, and I found it cool and efficient, this tool is useful to interact with tourists from abroad whom visits Mexico, thanks for this

  7. +Anglo-Link thank you very much for your lesson, you're very detail in explaining, it's helpful for me and other..I will continue learning listening and speaking..

  8. Thank you very much.Your lessons are very useful and your teaching method is very interesting.I am looking forward to watching all your coming videos, but may I ask you one question ? Why don't you make videos about IELTS preparation? I think It'll be a perfect contribution from you.
    Best Regards

  9. Hi there. Thanks for doing this lessons, but I believe you have a mistake in this Video (Lesseon n° 2)

    It's time we GOT down to business. If you use present tence in the first part of the sentence, then you stay in present. We GET down then ist the right expression.

    Tell me if I am wrong, but I don't think so:)

  10. Hi anglo-link thanks so much for your works. that helps me to improve my listening skill.
    I come from Taiwan. I usually learned American English until now unfortunately i found it out that is not enough for English learning.
    these sentences all are British accent, right?
    It's difficult to me and I'm not used to on it as well.
    but I definitely recognize the both accents must to catch it. especially I am gonna take TOEIC. QQ

  11. I was looking for help to improve my english listening and speaking competence. Therefore, I've seen many youtube channels and videos on english lessons. I need to say yours is far better, plain and direct which I have been looking for. Thank you for these useful videos.

  12. A very valuable course i have got up to now, useful content, please suggest something that will help all the users how we can improve our english speaking quickly or in a short time of period

  13. 1. Shall we get started?

    2. It’s time we got down to business.

    3. First of all, I’d like to welcome our guest.

    4. Firstly, I’d like to thank you all for coming.

    5. Has everyone read the minutes of the last meeting?

    6. There are some urgent points on today’s agenda.

    7. Why don’t we deal with the urgent matters first?

    8. We can then move on to the less pressing matters

    9. How does that sound to you?

    10. I suggest we tackle point 5 first.

    11. Does that meet with everyone’s approval?

    12. Alternatively, we could proceed according to the agenda.

    13. I have no objection to that.

    14. That might be a better idea.

    15. I’m happy either way.

    16. I think we should stick to the agenda.

    17. I’d rather we dropped the less urgent matters.

    18. What do you think of this project?

    19. What are your feelings about this project?

    20. Personally, I feel it’s too much of a risk.

    21. I believe the benefits outweigh the drawbacks.

    22. I second that.

    23. I couldn’t agree more.

    24. I’m afraid I have to disagree.

    25. I can’t go along with that.

    26. May I interrupt you there?

    27. Could I just come in here?

    28. There must be an alternative.

    29. I think you’re missing the point.

    30. We seem to have got side-tracked.

    31. Let’s get back to the matter in hand.

    32. We must come to an agreement on this.

    33. Let’s put this one to the vote.

    34. Raise your hand if you’re in favor.

    35. Could all those against raise your hands?

    36. To sum up, the majority approve.

    37. In conclusion, we’ve decided to go ahead with it.

    38. Is there any other business?

    39. We seem to have run out of time.

    40. Let’s wrap up then, shall we?

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  15. This video is useful. We come across such situation where we can use such sentences and put our point clearly and in a positive way.

  16. Thank you very much for your vdo.
    Today i have exam becoz i listen ur vdo last night i will pass exam. it help me improve listening skill and pass test conversetion. Thanks so much.

  17. Wonderful video – pl listen to my video on Impact in meetings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGhxVXs_-70&t=177s

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