It's all about
connecting the dots

横店大学口语课(date forgetton)



  1. Good morning and welcome to [name of company, name of conference, hotel, etc.]
  2. Thank you all very much for coming today.
  3. On behalf of _____, I would like to welcome you here.

Introducing yourself:

  1. My name is Mark Watson and I am responsible for …
  2. My name is Mark Watson from [name of company], where I am responsible for …
  3. Let me introduce myself. My name is Mark Watson and I am responsible for …

Introducing your presentation:

  1. The purpose of today’s presentation is …
  2. The purpose of my presentation today is …
  3. In today’s presentation, I would like to show you …
  4. Today, I would like to explain to you how …

Starting the presentation:

  1. To begin with …
  2. To start with …
  3. Let’s start by look at …
  4. I’d like to start by looking at …

Beginning a new section of the presentation:

  1. Now, let’s move on to …
  2. Now, let’s take a look at …
  3. Now, I’d like to move on to …
  4. Next, I’d like to take a look at …
  5. Moving on to the next part, I’d like to …

Referring to a previous point made:

  1. As I mentioned earlier …
  2. As we saw earlier …
  3. You may recall that we said …
  4. You may recall that I explained …

Concluding and summarizing the presentation:

  1. Well, that brings us to the end of the final section. Now, I’d like to summarize …
  2. That brings us to the end of the final section. Now, if I can just summarize the main points …
  3. That concludeds my presentation. Now if I can just summarize the main points.
  4. That’s an overview of it. Now, let’s quickly look at the main points again.

Finishing and thanking:

  1. Thank you for your attention.
  2. That brings the presentation to an end.
  3. That brings us to the end of my presentation.
  4. Finally, I’d like to finish by thanking you for your attention.
  5. I’d like to thank you all for coming today.

PPT used for making presentation:


  • Military dictatorship centralized China
  • Emperor Shih Huang Ti
    • Destroyed nobles’ feudal power
    • System of taxation
    • Established weights and measures
    • Great Wall (1500 miles)

HAN DYNASTY (206-220 CE)

  • Conquerors
  • Empire – central Asia to China Sea, Indochina to Korea
  • Trade
    • Chinese fruits, silks, and spices in Rome (1st century CE)
    • Buddhism came from India
  • Civil service system
  • First paper made


  • 400 years of warfare between Han and Tang dynasties
  • Tang reunited China
  • T’ai Tsung
    • Emperor in 627 CE
    • Education and government reforms
  • Extended boundaries
  • Alliances and peace treaties with neighbors
  • Industry and trade
    • Jade porcelain, and silks to Arabia, India, Japan, and Persia

P.S.: 上课时间已经不记得了。

以上,Yakima Teng,2015年6月2日于浙江东阳横店。


赞(0) 打赏
文章名称:《横店大学口语课(date forgetton)》

评论 抢沙发

  • 昵称 (必填)
  • 邮箱 (必填)
  • 网址