Smalltalk auf Englisch
Englisch Smalltak - Smalltak auf Messen und Reisen, reden über Job und Familie, Urlaub, Sport und das Wetter. Fragen nach dem Befinden. Unterhalten auf Englisch.

Korrespondenz auf Englisch
englische Korrespondenz, englische Briefe verfassen, englische Angebote, englische Mahnbriefe, englische Weihnachtsgrüße, Beschwerdebriefe auf Englisch, Zahlen auf Englisch Korrespondenz

Geschäftsreise auf Englisch
Englisch für die Geschäftsreise, Englisch auf Reisen, Business-Englisch auf Geschäftsreisen, Englisch lernen für Geschäftsreisen

Telefonieren auf Englisch
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Meetings auf Englisch
Besprechungen auf Englisch, English for Meetings, Englisch für Meetings, Business English Meetings, Meetings in Englisch, Meetings Englisch, Business Englisch Meetings, englischsprachige Meetings

Grammatik auf Englisch
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Meetings auf Englisch- Unterbrechen

Schlagwörter: Meeting auf Englisch, Meetings auf Englisch, Englisch Meeting, Konferenz auf Englisch, Englisch Konferenz, Besprechung auf Englisch, Englisch Besprechung, Meeting unterbrechen Englisch, Konferenz unterbrechen Englisch, Besprechung unterbrechen Englisch


May I break in here for just a moment?

Excuse me, I’d like to break in here.

May I interrupt for a moment?

Sorry, could I interrupt for a moment?

Do you think so? My impression is that ...

I’m afraid I can’t let that go unchallenged.

Can I just quickly add to that?

I’d like to briefly add something to Barry’s statement.

I’d like to make a point here.

Could I just say something here?

Excuse me, but may I ask for clarification on this (point)?

Excuse me, but may I ask a question here?

If I may interrupt, could you ... ?

Sorry to interrupt, but ...

If I can just butt in here, I’d like to say/state that ...

I’d like to address this point before we continue/before we go any further.

One moment, please. Could I just say something on this point?

I feel I must draw your/everyone’s attention to (the fact that) ...

Handling interruptions

Yes, go ahead.

Sorry, please let me finish ...

If I may finish this point, ....

That’s not really relevant at this stage.

Can we leave that for another discussion?

Sorry, could I just finish the point I was making?

I’d just like to finish this point, if I may.

Sorry, may I just finish?

May I just finish what I was saying, please?

Can I deal with that later?

Can I come to that later?

May I continue?

Just softens. Leaving it out makes
you sound like you’re irritated, and
sounds rude.

Anyway, as I was saying, I really think ...

Going back to what I was saying, my point was that ...

Moderating interruptions

Yes, but I’d like to hear John’s opinion first.

Yes, but we have to keep an eye on the time.

Can I ask you to keep it short?

Yes, of course.

Yes, but could we just let James finish first?

Everyone will have the opportunity to voice his or her opinion shortly.

Let’s allow Holger to finish first, please.

Can we save all comments and questions until the end, please?

I’m sorry, but it’s not your turn to speak yet.

I’m sorry everyone, but we won’t make any progress this way. It has to be one at a time, please.
Meredith, would you please start/continue?

I must insist on keeping with the order of requests to speak.

I’m sorry, but we’ll be discussing that in a moment. Could we please finish our
current discussion before moving on?

I’m sorry, but too many of you are trying to speak at once. Michael, would you like to say something?

Can we keep the discussion orderly, please?

Could everyone please direct all questions to the chair?

I’m sorry, but I think the number of interruptions is beginning to be counterproductive.
From this point on, I’d like to ask everyone to hold his or her comments and questions until the end,

Moderator’s interruptions for keeping things on track

I think we’re digressing here.

I’m sorry, but I’m afraid we’re straying a bit too far from our agenda.

Could we come back to our agenda point?

Could we come back to the point we were discussing?

Yes, your issue touches on our next agenda item. Could we hold this discussion for
a moment until we come to this topic?

I think we’re getting sidetracked.

I’m afraid we’ve already overrun the time allocated to our current topic by
five minutes. Could you please hold your comment or question until the end of
our meeting?

I’m afraid I’ll have to end our discussion here so that we can move on to the next

I propose we postpone the rest of this discussion and handle it offline in my
office after lunch. Could we move on to the next agenda item please?

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