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  • Hi, I’m Gina.

    嗨,我是吉娜。

  • Welcome to Oxford Online English!

    歡迎來到牛津在線英語!

  • Tomorrow, you have an important meeting, and youre the chair.

    明天,你有一個重要的會議,你是主席。

  • It’s the first time youre chairing a meeting in English!

    這是你第一次用英語主持會議!

  • Think about this situation.

    想想這種情況。

  • Would you know what to say to start the meeting, present your main ideas, or summarise your

    你是否知道該說些什麼來開始會議,提出你的主要觀點,或者總結你的。

  • meeting agenda?

    會議議程?

  • In this lesson, youll learn how to chair a meeting in English.

    在本課中,你將學習如何用英語主持會議。

  • You can learn useful English words and phrases which you can use in your next meeting.

    你可以學習有用的英語單詞和短語,你可以在下次會議中使用。

  • Now imagine: youre in the meeting room.

    現在想象一下:你在會議室裡。

  • You need to start the meeting.

    你需要開始會議。

  • What will you say?

    你想說什麼?

  • Part one: welcoming attendees and starting the meeting.

    第一部分:歡迎與會者並宣佈會議開始。

  • Before the meeting starts, you have to make sure that everyone is paying attention.

    在會議開始之前,你必須確保每個人都在關注。

  • Do you know how to do this?

    你知道怎麼做嗎?

  • You could say:

    你可以說:

  • If I could have your attention, please.

    請大家注意

  • Could I have your attention, please?

    請大家注意,好嗎?

  • Good afternoon, everyone.

    大家下午好

  • You can also put two of these phrases together.

    你也可以把其中的兩個短語放在一起。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • Good morning everyone, could I have your attention please?

    大家早上好,請大家注意了。

  • Remember, youre the chair.

    記住,你是椅子。

  • You need to take charge and lead the meeting.

    你需要負責和上司會議。

  • Make a strong start to your meeting by using emphasis in your voice.

    通過聲音的強調,使你的會議有一個強有力的開始。

  • For example, in the first phrase, we have the word please after the pause at the end.

    比如第一句話中,我們在結尾的停頓後有一個請字。

  • Emphasise the word please to sound firmer and show people that you expect them to listen

    強調 "請 "這個詞,讓人聽起來更堅定,讓人知道你希望他們聽你說話。

  • to you.

    給你。

  • Do it like this:

    像這樣做。

  • If I could have your attention, please.

    請大家注意

  • You could also do this for the phrase:

    你也可以對這句話做。

  • Could I have your attention, please.

    請大家注意

  • Listen to the phrase again.

    再聽聽這句話。

  • When I say it, does it sound like a question?

    我說出來的時候,聽起來像個問題嗎?

  • Could I have your attention, please.

    請大家注意

  • The form is a question, but you can read it like a statement.

    形式是個問題,但你可以把它當做一個陳述來理解。

  • This makes it sound firmer and shows people that you need them to pay attention to you

    這讓人聽起來更堅定,讓人知道你需要他們關注你

  • now.

    現在。

  • After you have everyone’s attention, it’s time to welcome the attendees and get things

    當你吸引了大家的注意力後,是時候歡迎與會者,並讓事情變得更簡單。

  • started.

    開始。

  • Here are some good general phrases to use:

    這裡有一些好的通用短語可以使用。

  • I’d like to welcome you all here today, now let’s get down to business.

    今天在這裡歡迎大家的到來,現在讓我們進入正題。

  • In this phrase, ‘get down to businessmeansbegin discussing the important information.’

    在這句話中,'開門見山'的意思是'開始討論重要資訊'。

  • Thank you all for coming.

    謝謝大家的到來。

  • Perhaps we can make a start.

    也許我們可以開始了。

  • Thanks everyone and welcome to today’s meeting.

    謝謝大家,歡迎參加今天的會議。

  • Let’s begin.

    我們開始吧

  • If this is your first time meeting these people, you could also introduce yourself.

    如果你是第一次見到這些人,你也可以自我介紹。

  • If there are other presenters in the meeting, this is also the time to introduce them.

    如果會議上有其他發言者,這也是介紹他們的時候。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • I’d like to welcome you all here today, my name is Gina Mares and I’m the Marketing

    歡迎大家今天來到這裡,我的名字是吉娜-馬雷斯,我是市場部的。

  • Manager, and this is Jon and he’s the head of the design department.

    經理,這是喬恩,他是設計部的負責人。

  • Now let’s get down to business.

    現在,讓我們開始談正事吧。

  • Thank you all for coming.

    謝謝大家的到來。

  • My name’s Gina and I’m the Marketing Manager.

    我叫吉娜,我是市場部經理。

  • I’m sure you all know Dasha, who’s in charge of web content.

    相信大家都知道大夏,她是負責網絡內容的。

  • Perhaps we can make a start.

    也許我們可以開始了。

  • Thanks everyone and welcome to today’s meeting.

    謝謝大家,歡迎參加今天的會議。

  • I’m Gina Mares, the Marketing Manager.

    我是Gina Mares,市場部經理。

  • This is Jess, from the accounts department, and shell also be presenting today.

    這位是Jess,來自會計部,她今天也會做報告。

  • Let’s begin.

    我們開始吧

  • Next, we have to introduce the topic and talk about the items on the agenda.

    接下來,我們要引入話題,談一談議程上的項目。

  • Part two: introducing the topic and outlining the agenda.

    第二部分:介紹專題和概述議程;

  • After youve welcomed everyone to the meeting, you want to make sure they have a clear idea

    當你歡迎每個人參加會議後,你要確保他們有一個清晰的想法,即

  • of what youll be discussing.

    你們要討論的內容。

  • This can also help you to stay organized throughout the meeting.

    這也可以幫助你在整個會議過程中保持有序。

  • First, you want to introduce the overall topic of the meeting.

    首先,你要介紹會議的總體議題。

  • Then, introduce the agenda of the meeting: all the key points you will be discussing.

    然後,介紹會議的議程:你們要討論的所有要點。

  • Today’s meeting is about ... Well talk about ...

    今天的會議是關於...我們將討論...

  • The aim of this meeting is to ... Well go over ...

    這次會議的目的是......。我們將討論...

  • When you go over something, what do you think that means?

    當你去做某件事的時候,你覺得這意味著什麼?

  • It means to analyze or look at something carefully.

    意思是仔細分析或觀察某件事情。

  • You can also use cover.

    你也可以用蓋子。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • In today’s meeting, well go over ... Or: In today’s meeting, well cover ...

    在今天的會議上,我們將介紹......。或者:在今天的會議上,我們將討論......。

  • These are both useful when discussing an agenda.

    在討論議程時,這些都是有用的。

  • Now, it’s your turn to practice beginning a meeting.

    現在,輪到你練習開始會議了。

  • Start with getting the attendeesattention, then welcome the attendees and get the meeting

    首先要引起與會者的注意,然後對與會者表示歡迎,並讓會

  • started.

    開始。

  • Finally, you can introduce the topic of the meeting and outline your agenda.

    最後,你可以介紹會議的主題,並概述你的議程。

  • I’ll give you an example, and then you can create your own.

    我給你舉個例子,然後你就可以自己創作了。

  • Good morning everyone, if I could have your attention please.

    大家早上好,請大家注意。

  • I’d like to welcome you all to the meeting today.

    歡迎大家參加今天的會議。

  • Let’s begin.

    我們開始吧

  • The aim of this meeting is to talk about the marketing strategies for the next few months.

    本次會議的目的是討論未來幾個月的營銷策略。

  • Well go over our budget, goals, and welcome the new hires.

    我們會介紹一下我們的預算、目標,並歡迎新員工的加入。

  • OK?

    好嗎?

  • Now, it’s your turn.

    現在,輪到你了。

  • Create an introduction for a meeting youve recently had, or you can just use some general

    為你最近的一次會議創建一個介紹,或者你可以只用一些一般的。

  • topics from your job.

    你工作中的話題。

  • You can pause the video and think about it.

    你可以暫停視頻,想一想。

  • How did you do?

    你是怎麼做的?

  • OK, now let’s move on to the main part of the meeting.

    好了,現在讓我們進入會議的主要部分。

  • Part three: getting through the agenda.

    第三部分:通過議程。

  • Now, you will get into the most important part of the meeting: presenting your main

    現在,你將進入會議最重要的部分:介紹你的主要。

  • ideas.

    思想。

  • How you do this depends on what you are talking about, but there are some general rules that

    如何做到這一點取決於你在說什麼,但有一些通用的規則,即

  • you can always use.

    你可以隨時使用。

  • You want to begin with the first item on your agenda.

    你要從議程上的第一個項目開始。

  • To do this, use phrases like:

    要做到這一點,可以使用這樣的短語。

  • So, let’s start with ... The first item on the agenda is ...

    那麼,讓我們從......開始。議程上的第一個項目是... ...

  • After a phrase like this, you will present and discuss the agenda item.

    在這樣一句話之後,你將介紹和討論這個議程項目。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • So, let’s start with some new business: marketing strategies.

    那麼,我們就從一些新業務開始:營銷策略。

  • The first item on the agenda is how we can make our online advertising more effective.

    議程的第一項是如何讓我們的網絡廣告更有效。

  • After youve discussed this first topic, you need to let the attendees know that youve

    在你討論完這第一個話題後,你需要讓與會者知道你已

  • finished and that the discussion should move forward.

    討論結束,應繼續進行。

  • How can you do this?

    你怎麼能這樣做呢?

  • A simple closing statement will be good, such as:

    簡單的結束語就好,比如:

  • I think that covers the first, or second, or third item.

    我想這涵蓋了第一項,或第二項,或第三項。

  • If nobody has anything else to add, we can continue on to the next item.

    如果沒有人要補充,我們可以繼續討論下一個項目。

  • Now, you can move on to the next point.

    現在,你可以繼續下一點了。

  • Here are some useful phrases for this:

    以下是一些有用的短語。

  • Let’s move on to the next item: … Now we come to the

    讓我們進入下一個項目。現在我們來談談...

  • The final item on the agenda is

    最後一個議程項目是... ...

  • Using words like next or final can be very helpful.

    使用下一個或最後一個這樣的詞可以非常有用。

  • It helps everybody understand where you are and what youre doing.

    它可以幫助大家瞭解你在哪裡,你在做什麼。

  • Let’s see how to use these in some full sentences:

    讓我們來看看如何在一些完整的句子中使用這些。

  • Let’s move onto the next item: the marketing budget for these new strategies.

    讓我們進入下一個項目:這些新戰略的營銷預算。

  • Now we come to the main challenge: how to get 100,000 new contacts in the next few months.

    現在我們來看看主要的挑戰:如何在未來幾個月內獲得10萬個新的聯繫人。

  • The final item on the agenda is to welcome our new hires: James in Finance and Debra

    最後一項議程是歡迎我們的新員工。財務部的James和Debra

  • in HR.

    在人力資源方面。

  • You can repeat these steps until youve covered all of the items on your agenda.

    你可以重複這些步驟,直到你涵蓋了議程上的所有項目。

  • Now it's your turn.

    現在輪到你了。

  • Imagine youre chairing a meeting at your company.

    想象一下,你在公司主持一個會議。

  • Write down three agenda items.

    寫下三個議程項目。

  • Practice using different English phrases to introduce each item.

    練習使用不同的英語短語來介紹每個項目。

  • Again, you can pause the video and think about the points weve just gone over, and also

    同樣,你可以暫停視頻,思考一下我們剛才的觀點,也可以是

  • practice making your own examples.

    練習自己做例子。

  • Next, were going to look at attendee participation in the meeting.

    接下來,我們來看看參會人員的參會情況。

  • Part four: inviting attendees to participate.

    第四部分:邀請與會者參加。

  • As chair, one of your responsibilities is making sure attendees get a chance to express

    作為主席,你的責任之一是確保與會者有機會表達自己的觀點。

  • their ideas and take part in discussions.

    他們的想法並參加討論。

  • What can you say to bring others into the discussion?

    你能說些什麼來帶動別人的討論?

  • You could ask a question like:

    你可以問這樣一個問題:

  • ..., what’s your opinion on this?

    ...,你對此有什麼看法?

  • Would you like to share your thoughts on this question?

    你願意分享你對這個問題的看法嗎?

  • Could you add anything to our ideas here?

    你能在這裡給我們的想法補充點什麼嗎?

  • These are good phrases to make sure all attendees have a chance to participate.

    這些都是確保所有與會者都有機會參與的好話。

  • Also, as a chair, you may have other attendees who need to present ideas or lead the discussion

    此外,作為主席,你可能有其他與會者需要提出意見或引導討論。

  • for part of the meeting.

    部分會議。

  • When you want to hand over to another attendee, you can use phrases like:

    當你想交接給另一位與會者時,你可以使用這樣的短語。

  • ..., would you like to introduce this item?

    ......,你要不要介紹一下這個項目?

  • I’d like to turn it over to ... who is going to lead in the next point.

    我想把它交給......誰來上司下一點。

  • Alright, now ... will have the floor.

    好了,現在... ...將擁有的地板。

  • Just add the person’s name to use these phrases.

    只要加上人名就可以使用這些短語。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • Amit, would you like to introduce this item?

    阿米特,你要不要介紹一下這個項目?

  • However, there could be a problem here.

    不過,這裡可能有一個問題。

  • What if some of the attendees talk too long, or start going off-topic?

    如果有些與會者講得太長,或者開始偏離主題怎麼辦?

  • Part five: dealing with distractions and staying on topic

    第五部分:處理好分心的問題,緊扣主題

  • Nobody likes meetings which go on too long, right?

    沒有人喜歡開會時間太長,對吧?

  • To be a good chair, you need to keep people focused on the agenda and avoid distractions.

    要想當好主席,你需要讓人們專注於議程,避免分心。

  • When someone is speaking for too long, there are good, professional phrases that you can

    當有人說話時間過長時,有一些好的、專業的短語,你可

  • use:

    使用。

  • Let’s not get too far off-topic here.

    我們不要離題太遠。

  • We can discuss that at the end if you feel it’s important.

    如果你覺得重要,我們可以在最後討論。

  • I don’t think that’s relevant to today’s discussion.

    我認為這與今天的討論無關。

  • If someone talks about a topic that would be good to discuss at a later time, you can

    如果有人談到一個話題,在以後的時間裡可以討論,你可

  • use the phrase shelve it or table it.

    用 "擱置 "或 "擺放 "來形容。