Summarising, concluding, thanking the audience and inviting quesitons.
From more formal to less formal, here is some language you can use at the end of the presentation. Summarising each point in a brief, clear way will help the audience remember the most important aspects of your topic.
It is sometimes useful to have a ‘take home message’ from your presentation, which can be part of your conclusion. And don’t forget to warmly thank your audience with a smile!
1) Summary/conclusion/final thoughts..
– So, to summarise, today I’ve talked about X (topic), from the points of
X, X and X. In conclusion, I’d like you to consider.. X
– So, to conclude this presentation on X (topic), I have focused on X, X
and X. As a final thought, we should think about the implications of..X
– Ok, to sum up, I’ve looked at X (topic) in 3 parts – X ,X and X. Let me
leave you with this thought…
2) Thanking the audience and inviting questions
– Thank you all for your attention. I’d now like to invite any questions
you may have.
– Thank you for your time today. I’m happy to answer any questions now.
– Thanks for listening. Now does anyone have any questions?
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