1.Announcing the Beginning of the Speech Text表示presentation主体内容开始的语句
• To begin with, I would like to talk about a principle.
• I think it would be best to start out by looking at some pictures.
• The first thing I would like to talk about is the definition of the terms which I’ll use in my presentation.
2.Shifting to the Next Main Point要点之间的过渡
• Well, let's move on to the next point.
• We will now come to the second problem.
• Turning to the next question, I' 11 talk about the stages of the procedure.
• As the second topic, I shall stop here. Now let' s turn our attention to the third topic.
• So much for the methodology of our experiment. I would now like to shift to the discussion of the results.
• Now, let's move away from the first part and switch over to the next part of my presentation.
• That's all for the introduction and now we can go on to the literature review.
• Next, I would like to turn to a more difficult problem.
• The next point I'd like to talk about is the feasibility of this project.
• That brings me to my second point.
• I am glad that we can now leave this rather boring subject of mathematic deduction and go into a more attractive one, that is the application of the formula.
3.Resuming the Topic重申中心思想
• Let' s come back to what I said in the first part of my speech.
• Getting back to the subject of the problem of theoretical considerations we can find that...
• I want to return to the first part of my presentation.
• Now, to get back to the effect of temperature, you may be aware that the problems have been solved.
• This brings me back to the question of security.
• At this point I would like to refer again to the question of methods in the first part of my lecture.
• Referring again to the first question, I think...
• Referring to the Coming Point
• I'll deal with it later.
• I' ll touch upon that point in a moment.
• I shall tell you in detail shortly.
4. Introducing the Supporting Materials介绍你的论据
• I think this part is the most difficult, so I'll explain it in greater detail.
• I think this part of my paper is most important, so I plan to spend more time on it.
• Please allow me to deal with this matter more extensively.
• Being the most important part of my presentation, I will elaborate on it with more slides.
• I' ll expand this topic with drawings and figures.
• Indicating the Points Briefly
• Limited by the time available, I can only give you a very brief account of this matter.
• I don't think that I should describe the methods in detail, because they are included in the handout.
• I will not go into detail on it.
• This point has been talked about repeatedly in this symposium, so I am not going to spend too much time on it.
• Let's go through the following points very rapidly.
• I just want to outline for you what I experienced in using this new drug.
• I shall not go over all these explanations. My time is running short. So I'll be brief.
• It is sufficient to say that these experiments were poorly designed and without controls.
1.Repairing a Slip of Tone更正口误
• The first of such experiments began in 2000, rather than 1999.
• May I have the lights, I mean the slides.
• The temperature increased, I shall say decreased.
• The population is 13 million, sorry, 31 million.
• The exchange rate dropped from 2.5 to 1.8, I beg your pardon, 1.9.
• As you can see from the first row, excuse me, the second row, that the output increased two fold.
2.Expressions Concerning Audio-Visual Aids寻求现场人员的帮助
• Could we have the lights off? And the first slide, please.
• Lights off, first slide, please.
• Dim the lights, and first slide, please.
• The slide is not so clear. Please darken the room a little more.
• Could you please turn on the lights, please?
• Now, we can have the lights on.
• Please switch on the lights.
• Lights on, please.
• I apologize that this slide is not so clear, but I hope you can still make out the general idea.
• Sorry for the small print.
• I'm sorry we left a figure out here.
3.Explaining the Contents on the Slides向观众解释幻灯片上的内容
• This slide demonstrates ...
• On this slide, you can see...
• This curve in this slide shows...
• This figure in this slide exhibits...
• This table on this slide presents...
• This diagram on this slide depicts...
• This chart on this slide displaces ...
• The picture on this slide shows ...
• The photomicrograph on this slide shows ...
• The flow-chart on this slide points out...
• The circuit diagram on this slide represents...
• Indicating the Sources of the Content in a
• This figure is taken from.., by Dr. Li.
• This diagram is after that of Prof. Wang with some modification
4.Demanding to Change the Slide要求切换幻灯片
• May I proceed to the next slide, please?
• I think we can move on to the next slide.
• Let me show you the next slide.
• To make a comparison, can we return to the first slide, please?
• Let's go back. No, not this one. One back. Back one more. Yes, that’s it. Thank you.
• May I go back two slides, please?
• Sorry, this one is in the wrong order. May I have the next one?
• Oh, this slide is misplaced. Please skip over it. Yes, this is the correct one.
• I'm afraid I didn't ask for this slide. Can we go back to the previous one? Please.
• Let's go through the following slides rapidly.
• The following three slides we will go through quickly without explanation.
• Wait a minute, please. I want to say more about this slide.