- Starting and finishing / transition
- Supporting
- Exploring
- Focusing
- Analysing
- Giving Explanations
- Presenting solutions with “what”
- Repeating

##### 1. STARTING your points

Beginning / to begin with (x point), let me explain…

Let me start by outlining the advantages of…

Let’s / let me / I will / we will begin with…

##### ending

To end this point,

To finish

before we move on to …

To close this point

##### transitions

Now that’s done, let’s move to

moving on

let’s move on to

continuing on

##### 2. SUPPORTING a statement

Data shows that X is … which leads us to conclude that B is true / accurate.

Data proves that…

X is evidenced by the (study/ data/ etc) .

We can see that X is better (etc) due to the data described here (pointing at slideshow).

##### 3. EXPLORING a list of points

In relation with/ to…

Regarding…

Concerning…

With respect to…

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Beginning / Begin with (x point), let me explain…

Let me start by outline/outlining/outlined the advantages of…

Data shows/demonstrates/reveals that X is …

The evidence is clear that X is more better/efficient/upper than the competition.

##### Focusing

I’d like to emphasise…

I’d like to stress…

I should reiterate/repeat…

It is critical/essential to understand…

##### Analysing

Let’s look at this more closely.

What does this mean exactly?

In other words…

##### Giving explanations

The cause

This happened because…

This was a result of…

So…/therefore…

The result

This will result in…

This will lead to…

Consequently…/As a result…

##### presenting solutions with “what”

What we can’t do is…

What I’d like to do is…

What is really important is…

##### Repeating

This is a very, very difficult problem.

We thought for a long, long time about this.

We need to do something and we need to do it now.

### Mini test

Using repeating, give your opinion of the last movie you saw.

Using “what”, explain what you would like to do to improve your skills

Explain what happened as a consequence of decision.