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Frases útiles para escribir un mail en Inglés

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Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms Dupuis Dear Mary

Hi/Hello Mary Mary,…(or no name at all)

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Thank you for your email of… In reply to your email,…

Thanks for your email.Re (regarding) your email,…

picklinkReasons for Writing

I am writing in connection with…
I am writing with regard to…
Your name was given to me by…

Just a short note about…
I’m writing about…
I got the name from…

picklinkGiving Information

I’m writing to let you know that…
We can confirm that…
We regret to inform you that…

We can confirm that…
Good news!
Unfortunately,…

picklinkAttachments

Please, find attached my report.
I’m sending you a…as a pdf file.

I’ve attached…
Here is the …you wanted.

picklinkAsking for information

Could you give me some information about…
I would like to know…
I’m interested in receiving/finding out…

Can you tell me a little more about…
I’d like to know…
Pls, send me…

picklinkRequests

I’d be grateful if you could…
I wonder if you could…

Pls, can you…
Can I have…?
I’d appreciate your help on…

picklinkPromising Action

I will…
I will contact you again shortly…

I’ll…
I’ll look into it.
I’ll get back to you soon.

picklinkOffering Help

Would you like me to…?
If you wish, I would be happy to…

Do you want me to…?
Shall I…?
Let me know if you’d like me to…

picklinkFinal Comments

Thank you for your help.
Do not hesitate to contact us again if you require any further information.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Thanks again for…
Let me know if you need anything else.
Just give me a call if you have any
questions.

picklinkClose

I am looking forward to… (v+ing)
Give my regards to…
Best wishes
Regards

Looking forward to… (v+ing)
Best wishes to…
Speak to/See you soon.
Bye (for now)/All the best!

Frases útiles para preparar una presentación en Inglés

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Welcoming the audience Good morning / afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Hello / Hi everyone. First of all, let me thank you all for coming here today. It’s a pleasure to welcome you today. I’m happy / delighted that so many of you could make it today. It’s good to see you all here.
Introducing yourself Let me introduce myself. I’m Ann Brown from … For those of you who don’t know me, my name is … Let me just start by introducing myself. My name is … Giving your position, function, department, company As some of you know, I’m the purchasing manager. I’m the key account manager here and am responsible for … I’m here in my function as the head of … I’m the project manager in charge of …
Introducing your topic What I’d like to present to you today is … I’m here today to present … Today’s topic is … The subject / topic of my presentation is … In my resentation I would like to report on … In my talk I’ll tell you about … Today I’m going to talk about… I’ll be talking about …
Saying why your topic is relevant for your audience Today’s topic is of particular interest to those of you / us who … My talk is particularly relevant to those of us who … My topic is / will be very important for you because … By the end of this talk you will be familiar with …
Stating your purpose The purpose / objective / aim of this presentation is to … Our goal is to determine how / the best way to … What I want to show you is … My objective is to … Today I’d like to give you an overview of … Today I’ll be showing you / reporting on … I’d like to update you on / inform you about … During the next few hours we’ll be …

StructuringI’ve divided my presentation into three (main) parts. In my presentation I’ll focus on three major issues.
SequencingPoint one deals with … , point two … , and point three … First, I’ll be looking at … , second … , and third … I’ll begin / start off by … . Then I’ll move on to … Then / Next / After that … I’ll end with …
TimingMy presentation will take about 30 minutes. It will take about 20 minutes to cover these issues. This won’t take more than … Handouts Does everybody have a handout / brochure / copy of the report? Please take one and pass them on. Don’t worry about taking notes. I’ve put all the important statistics on a handout for you. I’ll be handing out copies of the slides at the end of my talk. I can email the PowerPoint presentation to anybody who wants it. Questions There will be time for questions after my presentation. We will have about 10 minutes for questions in the question and answer period. If you have any questions, feel free to interrupt me at any time. Feel free to ask questions at any time during my talk.

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Rhetorical questions Is market research important for brand development? Do we really need quality assurance? Interesting facts According to an article I read recently, … Did you know that … ? I’d like to share an amazing fact / figure with you. stories and anecdotes I remember when I attended a meeting in Paris, … At a conference in Madrid, I was once asked the following question: … Let me tell you what happened to me …

Problem to think aboutSuppose you wanted to … . How would you go about it? Imagine you had to … What would be your first step?

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Saying what is coming In this part of my presentation, I’d like to talk about … So, let me first give you a brief overview. Indicating the end of a section This brings me to the end of my first point. So much for point two. So, that’s the background on … That’s all I wanted to say about … Summarizing a point Before I move on, I’d like to recap the main points. Let me briefly summarize the main issues. I’d like to summarize what I’ve said so far … Moving to the next point This leads directly to my next point. This brings us to the next question. Let’s now move on / turn to … After examining this point, let’s turn to … Let’s now take a look at … Referring to other points I have a question in connection with / concerning payment. There are a few problems regarding the quality. With respect / regard to planning, we need more background information. According to the survey, our customer service needs reviewing. Adding ideas In addition to this, I’d like to say that our IT business is going very well. Moreover / Furthermore, there are other interesting facts we should take a look at. Apart from being too expensive, this model is too big.


Talking about (difficult) issuesI think we first need to identify the problem. Of course we’ll have to clarify a few points before we start. We will have to deal with the problem of increasing prices. How shall we cope with unfair business practices? The question is: why don’t we tackle the distribution problems? If we don’t solve this problem now, we’ll get / run into serious trouble soon. We will have to take care of this problem now. We are currently having difficulties with … Rhetorical questions What conclusion can we draw from this? So, what does this mean? So, just how good are the results?So, how are we going to deal with this increase? So, where do we go from here? Why do I say that? Because … Do we really want to miss this opportunity to … ?

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Indicating the end of your talkI’m now approaching / nearing the end of my presentation.Well, this brings me to the end of my presentation. That covers just about everything I wanted to say about … OK, I think that’s everything I wanted to say about … As a final point, I’d like to … Finally, I’d like to highlight one key issue. Summarizing points Before I stop, let me go over the key issues again. Just to summarize the main points of my talk … I’d like to run through my main points again … To conclude / In conclusion, I’d like to … To sum up (then), we …

Making recommendationsWe’d suggest …We therefore (strongly) recommend that … In my opinion, we should …Based on the figures we have, I’m quite certain that …Inviting questionsAre there any questions?We just have time for a few questions.And now I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

picklinkEffective Conclusion

Quoting a well-known personAs … once said, … To quote a well-known businessman, …To put it in the words of …

Referring back to the beginningRemember what I said at the beginning of my talk today? Let me just go back to the story I told you earlier. Remember, …

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