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Attending a meeting

PHRASES FOR INTRODUCING YOURSELF

PATTERNS FOR INTRODUCING YOURSELF (2 mins)

Teacher:
Let's read the following sentences.
They are used to introduce yourself.

Hello! !
My name is

......

ronunciation
[dp:rtmnt]
Department.

I am from the

Nice to meet you.

for example: sales, HR, marketing etc.

PATTERNS FOR ATTENDING A MEETING (3 mins)

Teacher:

Let's read the following sentences.


They can be of great help for you
to attend a meeting.
speak more slowly

Would you please slow down a bit?

Please say it again.


ronunciation
[n]

Shall we

......

e.g. talk about our next year's


marketing plan?

PHRASES FOR INTRODUCING YOURSELF

CONVERSATIONS (4 mins)

Teacher:

When you introduce yourself

Let's read the conversation. First I'll be


Jack, you'll be the chairperson. Then
we'll exchange our roles.

Jack: Hello, everyone! My name is Jack. I am from the Marketing Department.


Thank you!
Jack

Chairperson: Welcome, Jack.


Jack

When you want someone to speak slowly


Jack: I am sorry. I cant follow. Would you please slow down a bit?

Chairperson: No problem.

You are speaking too fast.


I can't catch your point.

CONVERSATIONS (4 mins)

Teacher:

When you want to ask forronunciation


repetition ['rp'tn]

Let's read the conversation. First


I'll be Jack, you'll be the
chairperson. Then we'll
exchange our roles.

a noun that comes from repeat

Chairperson: Is everything clear now?

Jack: Would you please repeat the actions for the final plan?

When you make a suggestion

tell us the final action plans again?

Chairperson: Do you have any suggestions, Jack?


Jack,

discuss the details about

Jack: Yes. Shall we talk more about the second plan?

PHRASES FOR INTRODUCING YOURSELF

PRACTICE (5 mins)

1. This introduction is not in order. What should Tom say first?


Give the correct order of his introduction. Tom
a) I am from the IT Department.
b) Thank you!
c) Hello, everyone! My name is Tom.
Correct order: __________

__________
(a)

(c)

__________
(b)

2. Complete the following sentences using the phrases from the box on the left.

1. A: Am I speaking too fast?


shall we talk about
slow down a bit

slow down a bit

B: Yes, _______________________, please.


2. A: Is every point clear?

Shall we talk about

B: Yes. __________________ the agenda for the next meeting?


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SUMMARY (2 mins)

Teacher:

Let's read the sentences below.


Try to use your own words to
complete them. I'll check your
pronunciation while you read.

Attending a meeting
Introduce yourself :
My name is

. I am from the

Department.

Ask someone to speak slowly :

Would you please slow down a bit?

Ask for repetition :

Would you please repeat

Make a suggestion :
Shall we

?
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