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Presentations: questions


At the end of your presentation, you may wish to open the floor to questions – to ask if anyone has any questions about your presentation.


Imagine it is the end of your presentation and you are asking if there are any questions. What phrases might you use or hear?


Now listen to someone asking if there are any questions. As you listen, try to hear some of the phrases above.

Check understanding

Check your understanding by reading the script below:

Tim: Ladies and gentlemen, if you have any questions, I'd be happy to answer them now.
Carrie: Yeah, can I just ask, graph number 3, that last one you showed us, can you explain to me where you’re intending to find the extra income to increase the designer range in the maternity wear?
Tim: Yes, a very good question. I’ve looked at the office wear range and it’s quite heavy on material, holiday wear tends to be much lighter, much smaller amounts of material involved and I ...

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