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People are talking before the meeting. What do you say when it’s time to start?
Right then. Shall we get down to business?
The first thing to discuss is new products. What do you say?
The first item on the agenda is new products.
How do you check that people have understood something you’ve said?
Is that clear?
Someone complains about what they think you said, but you didn’t say this. What do you tell them?
I think you’ve misunderstood.
Someone talks and you don’t understand the last part. What do you say?
I’m afraid you’ve lost me there. Could you go over that last part again?
Someone says a product will be ready ‘soon’, and you want to be clear what they mean. What do you ask?
What exactly do you mean by ‘soon’?
You’re not sure if someone is saying that production should be stopped. How do you check?
I’m not sure I’ve understood properly - are you saying that production should be stopped?
What do you say after someone talks and you want to say more on that subject?
Could I just add something?
How could you suggest continuing with the product?
I think we should continue with the product.
It’s not what anyone really wants to do, so how would you suggest selling it for no profit?
We could always sell it at cost price.
Someone says what you think. What do you say?
What do you say when someone says exactly what you think?
I couldn’t agree more.
Someone says something you agree with partly, but only in theory. What do you say?
I see your point, but I don’t think it would work in practice.
What do you say when someone says the opposite of what you think?
I disagree with you there.
It’s time to discuss the next point. What do you say?
Right, I think we should move on.