• So, let's throw it open to questions.
• Now I' d like to answer any questions, if you have any.
• Now I am ready to answer your questions, if any.
• I'd be glad to try and answer any questions.
• Are there any questions?
• Any questions?
2.Asking for Repetition请求观众重复问题
• Pardon, I couldn't hear what you said.
• I beg your pardon, I didn't catch what you said.
• I'm sorry I forgot your first question. Would you be so kind as to say it again?
• I'm not quite surge what your question is.
• I didn't quite get the last point of your question.
• You mean, there may be some mistake in the calculation?
• Are you referring to the significance of the difference?
• Are you suggesting that the temperature might have affected the results?
• If I understand you correctly, you are saying/asking...
• I didn't quite catch that.
• Could you go over that again?
• I'm not sure what you're getting at.
3.Welcoming the Question对问题表示欢迎
• This is a very good question.
• Thank you for that question.
• I'm glad this question has been brought up
• I appreciate that question.
• This is a hard question.
• This is an interesting question.
• This is a big question.
• I'd be delighted to answer your question.
• Thank you for that question. This is a challenging question and I'm afraid I can only provide a partial answer to it. Anyway, I'll try my best to answer it.
4.Responding to Difficult or Challenging Question对困难问题的回答
• Perhaps in another year or so we can answer that question, because these studies are now in progress.
• We are now working on this problem and, if you agree, I'll answer your question in a few weeks.
• The only answer I can give at present is to wait a few more years, at which time something better might ultimately come out of all our efforts.
• I think it will be possible to answer this question when more experiments are completed.
• The answer to this question needs further study.
• I hope I will be able to answer your question later.
5.Responding to Improper Question对不合适的问题的回答
• I appreciate your interest in my research, but I just don't want to talk about it now. Let's talk about something else.
• I'd rather not say.
• Why do you want to know?
• Before I answer you that question, let me ask you: where do you think we should have the project?
• What do you think?
6.Responding to the Questions You Do Not Know对你不懂的问题的回答
• I'm sorry. I don't happen to know the answer to that question, but I'll be happy to check into it for you.
• I don't think I can answer your question.
• I wish I could answer your question, but unfortunately I have no good answer.
• I'm not sure that I can answer your question. What I'm going to say is not quite an answer to your question.
• I think that question could be better answered by Dr. Liu than by me.
• I think perhaps Dr. Chen would be better able to answer this question.
• Prof. Li would be a better person to answer your question since he has done a lot of work in this field.
• Fortunately, Prof. 'Ma, who is an authority in this area, is 'here. I think no one is more suitable than him to answer your question.
• Dr. Sawyer is perhaps in a better position to tell us something about it.
• Perhaps my colleague Dr. Emery here has some better ideas.
• I think it would be better if Prof. Wu were to make some comments on this matter.
7.Referring Back to the Questioner向提问者确认回答
• Did I answer your question?
• Did I answer you satisfactorily?
• Did your question get answered?
• I don't know whether this answered your question.
• I don't know if this is a satisfactory answer.
• I hope this may serve as an answer to Dr. Li.