字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello everyone. Because of COVID-19, you've probably had at least one online meeting or class in the past year. Thanks to the globalized world, we can talk to people from many cultures via online meeting platforms. In today's video, I'll give you some phrases you can use in these types of situations. Let's check them out. Hello everyone. Good morning. Daisy, are you with us? Can you please "turn your camera on"? I can't see you. Most online meeting platforms have a camera button, which you can turn on and off. Oh, there you are. Do you have the numbers for our presentation? I'm afraid your microphone "is on mute," Daisy. We can't hear you. Like the camera button, meeting platforms have a microphone icon which allows you to speak. If it is "on mute," no one can hear you. Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't realize it was on mute, and, yes, I have the numbers for the presentation. Can you please "share your screen then," so everyone can see them? When you "share your screen," people on the call will see what is on your computer or cell phone screen. Oh, yes, of ... Oh dear, I think Daisy's "breaking up." This expression means that you can't hear, or see well, someone on the call. Can you hear me, Daisy? "You've frozen." This means that the video stream of the person has stopped, or is still, like an image. I'm so sorry, boss. I have a "terrible connection" today, and I can't open my camera or share my screen. To have a "bad" or "terrible connection" means you have a poor internet connection in that moment, which causes some instability for the person to participate in the online meeting. Oh, don't worry about it, Daisy, it happens to all of us. Can you please "share the link" for the presentation on the chat box so I can "share my screen"? To "share something on the chat box" means to type in a link or a message for participants to see. Sure, no problem, here you are. So, those were our expressions related to connection and online meetings. Do you have any other expressions you use during online meetings or video chats? Let me know in the comments section. If this video has helped you, please give it a big like and share it with your friends, co-workers, or students. Don't forget to subscribe for more videos full of fun and excellent tips to help you learn English. I'll see you soon. Bye.