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An Easy Way to Start a Presentation with a Story

An Easy Way to Start a Presentation with a Story

As an audience member, I also like it when a presenter tells a story and gets my attention with something that helps me relate to the topic. So in this video, I wanted to teach you a simple English presentation expression that will help you start your next presentation with a story.

Presentation Expression – Using a Story to Start a Presentation [VIDEO]

Presentation Expression – Using a Story to Start a Presentation [VIDEO]

In this video you will learn a presentation expression that will show you how to start your presentation with a story, and you will also learn a second expression to show you how to transition from your presentation story to your presentation. It’s a jam packed video! But hopefully, you learn how to start your presentation with a story and try it in your next presentation. (more…)

How to tell people your opinion in a presentation [VIDEO]

How to tell people your opinion in a presentation [VIDEO]

Hey there, it’s Carl Kwan. In this video, you’re going to learn how to present your point of view about a particular topic and a presentation expression to help you do that. Okay, so, most presentations require you to present your findings or opinion about a certain topic.  (more…)

Sample Presentation: How to start and end a presentation in 2 minutes 37 seconds [VIDEO]

Sample English PresentationWhat is the ideal amount of time to give an effective presentation? If you’ve ever watched a Ted video, you’ll have seen that some of the presentations are very short. In fact, some of them are only about three minutes or less. However, those presentations are highly effective and often very memorable.

I’ve never given a presentation at Ted, but I have given a short presentation in the past. So this week, you’re going to see a sample presentation of me giving a real presentation that is only two minutes and 37 seconds long.

But to make this more helpful for you, I’m also going to include an analysis of what I said and the key expressions that I used. (more…)