Jen’s English Tip’s – Business language terms



Business language terms


Could I just say something?
Excuse me, but could I just say…
Asking for clarification
How do you mean?
What exactly are you saying?
What exactly do you mean?
Are you saying that we need to…..?
Sorry I don’t follow you.
Can you explain in more detail?
Providing clarification
What I mean is….
What I am saying is….
No, I was thinking of….
To be more specific….
To clarify….
Dealing with interruptions
Hold on, can I finish the point….
Let John finish please.
I would like to finish if I may.
Just a moment.
Making proposals
I suggest….
I propose that….
How about….
We could….
Rejecting proposals
Sorry, I do not think it is a good idea.
Sorry, I do not think that is a good idea.
I am not sure I agree with you on that.
It just will not work.
That just will not work.
Well, I am not happy about that.
Well, I am not happy about it.

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