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What to say in the conclusion

Looking at the conclusion in more detail.
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After providing details of the important elements in the main body of the talk, you should provide a short conclusion and make it clear that you have reached the end of your presentation.

Use language that sums up what you have covered and reinforces the central message. Indicate that you have finished the presentation and invite questions.

Here are a few key terms that you could use when concluding your presentation:

Your task

Listen again to Zahra’s conclusion and discuss with your fellow learners which phrases signal that this is the final part of the talk.
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