Summing Up Your Presentation

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Summing up your presentation is important because it will help to leave a lasting impression of your talk with your audience. Here are some important phrases and expressions to use when recapping at the end of your talk:

Summing up:
So, to sum up,…
To summarize,…
To recap,…
Let me sum up now by…

Concluding:
Let me end by saying…
I’d like to finish by emphasizing…
In conclusion I’d like to say…
Finally, may I say…

Making a recommendation:
So, what I would suggest is that…
So, I would recommend that…

Handouts:
I’ll be distributing handouts in a few moments.
The handouts are over by the door.  Please pick one up as you leave.
Copies of my slides are over by the door.

Questions:
If you have any questions or comments, I’ll be happy to answer them now.
If there are any questions, I’ll do my best to answer them.
Are there any questions?
Does anyone have any questions or comments to start us off?
OK, so, any questions?

Closing:
Thank you for your attention / time.
Thank you for listening.
Thank you very much.

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