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Today, let's learn some useful expressions that can be used in online business meetings, such as Zoom.
I guess some of you have several opportunities to participate in meetings at work.
Since COVID-19 began spreading April in 2020, I imagine most of you have had a lot more opportunities to join online meetings.
Actually, some of our students at English Plus have had more chance to join online meetings since the pandemic happened.
During online meetings, you or your co-workers may sometimes be required to speak or listen.
While listening, you might need to make a verbal reaction; however, at the same time, it sometimes interrupts the speaker's speech.
In this case, we can say something to the speaker to let him/her continue his/her talk.
Today, let's learn some English expressions in case you have this kind of situation; for example...
・I'm sorry to interrupt. Please go on.
・Excuse me. Please continue.
If you have a chance, please use some of them above during online meetings.
At English Plus, we provide "Business English course" which we are planning to start soon.
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