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Business Meetings - 4
In this section, you will find recorded phrases for conducting and participating in meetings. To help you improve your business English for meetings, you will have a chance to compare your audio version of the phrases with the recorded version.
Let's discuss this issue tomorrow.
We should consider Michael’s suggestion.
Why don't you prepare a report?
What about meeting again next week?
I suggest that we wait for the final report before making a decision.
Let me spell out what I think the problem is.
Have I made that clear?
Do you see what I'm getting at?
Let me put this another way.
Please, could you repeat the question?
I'd like you to visit the plant next week.
Would you mind talking to Bob Walters from the HR department about this?
Asking for repetition
I'm afraid I didn't understand that. Could you repeat what you just said?
I didn't catch that. Could you repeat that, please?
I missed that. Could you say it again, please?
Could you run that by me one more time?
Asking for clarification
I don't quite follow you. What exactly do you mean?
I'm afraid I don't quite understand what you are getting at.
Could you explain to me how that is going to work?
I don't see what you mean. Could we have some more details, please?
Asking for verification
You did say tomorrow, didn't you?
Do you mean that that is not possible?
Is it true that all sales are up 20%?
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