Signposting Practice

By: Study Tips Today

Here are some exercises for signposting practice in your presentation.  Signposting will help your presentation be organized and easy to follow.

Exercise: Complete the following fragmented sentences.  Try to say the phrase before you write it down.  The first one has been done for you.

1. Moving on / the question / the US market,

Moving on to the question of the US market,

2. I’d like / recap / the key points.
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3. Let’s go back / issue / assessment validity.
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4. /Expand / the statistics / previous quarter,
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5. /Digress / briefly, let’s look at / possible alternative options.
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6. Going back / crisis last year,
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7. Let’s turn / question / time frame.
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8. I’d like / turn now / predictions / next year.
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9. /Go back / the main idea / our presentation.
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10. I’d like / expand /, before / moving on.
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