'회의영어'에 해당되는 글 1건

회의용 영어 문장 :: 2006. 2. 27. 15:00

  1. 환영 인사
    • Welcome to all of the members.
    • I welcome you all gathered here today.
    • As Chair, it is my great pleasure to welcome to you. (의장으로서 ~ 환영합니다)

    • 개회선언 및 주제소개
      • I would like to open this meeting.
      • I would like to call the meeting to order. (~를 개회합니다)
      • We are assembled here to discuss the future of our company.
      • The aim of this meeting is to discuss what is going to happen to our economy.
      • The title of this symposium is "Uncertainty in the 21st century"

  2. 회의진행에 관한 일반사항 안내
    • We have some basic rules.
    • The speakers have been asked to limit their remarks to 15 minutes.
    • The speakers are going to speak for 20 minutes.
    • At the end of each presentation, there will be a 5-minute discussion period.
    • We ask that your questions be brief and to the point and that you introduce yourself by name.
    • Could you introduce yourself in turn? (차례대로 자기소개를.....)
    • After his speech, we will have a twenty-minute break.
    • We will have another session after lunch.

  3. 발표자 소개시 표현
    • Our first speaker is Dr. Kim. He will be talking to us about our role in the society.
    • The first Special Lecture is being presented by Dr. Lee, Professor of Economics at Munhwa Univ.
    • I'd like to call on Dr. Lee to deliver his lecture. (이박사의 강연을 청해 듣겠습니다.)
    • I'd like to invite Dr. Kim to express his opinions.
    • We are very happy to have Dr. Park as our guest speaker this morning.
    • The first speaker regrets that he could not be here.
    • I want to express on behalf of Dr. Lee, his regret at not being able to be present. He has a very serious illness in his family.

    • 진행자를 중심으로 발표자 소개시
      • On my immediate left(right), Dr Lee, professor at Munhwa Univ. (제 바로 옆에는.....)
      • And to his right, ....... (그리고 그 옆에는......)
      • To my far right, ........ (제일 오른쪽 끝에는....)

    • 발표자 약력소개시
      • Professor Lee holds the B.S and MBA degrees from Munhwa Univ. and Ph. D. from Harvard Univ.
      • His major field of interest and his professional career have been in politics.

  4. 발표자의 인사말
    • Thank you very much Mr. Chairman for your kind introduction.
    • I am honored to be here, today.
    • First, I'd like to say that I am honored by your invitation to talk at this Annual Meeting.
    • It is a great privilege and honor for me to be called upon to give this address.
    • I appreciate the opportunity to be here today.
    • I wish to express my deep appreciation for the honor of being allowed to present my work to you all.
    • I will read a paper by Dr. John, who regrets that he could not be here.

  5. 일반적인 질문 例
    • I would like to ask Mr. Kim a question.
    • I have a question about your remarks on WTO.
    • I have a question for Dr. Kim.
    • I'd like to raise a question about what the last speakers addressed.
    • My question concerns the future economy in Korea.
    • Could you comment on this?
    • What is your opinion on this matter?
    • Do you support the proposal, or oppose it?
    • Would you give us your opinion about our proposal?
    • Would you tell us your experience at UN?
    • What are your thoughts on this problem?
    • Would you explain about that more in detail? (자세한 설명 요구시)
    • Would you go into this a little more? ( " )
    • Would you give a little more detail about that? ( " )
    • Would you be more specific about that? ( " )
    • Do you have any evidence for this concept?
    • Do you have any data on birth rate?

  6. 간접적인 질문시 표현
    • I wonder you would comment on this point.
    • I wonder if there is any more information about that.
    • I wonder if you could elaborate on that. ( 좀더 상세히 설명....)
    • I'd like to ask whether or not this has any effect on the current situation.
    • I'd like to know(hear) a little more about that.
    • I'd like to ask Dr. Lee to clarify this point.
    • I'd be glad to have your views on the Gulf War.
    • I'd be grateful to have your opinion on this point.
    • I would be interested in hearing other views from Mr. Lee.
    • I don't know whether you have any opinions on this matter.

  7. 구체적인 질문 例
    • Do you see any relations between smoking and lung cancer?
    • How does unemployment correlate with crime? (어떤 상호관련이.....)
    • What is the advantage of using this machine?
    • What would you say are its advantages and disadvantages?
    • How does it differ from that?
    • Is there any evidence that smoking will cause cancer?
    • Is there any statistical data concerning that matter?
    • Have you had the opportunity(time) to look into that matter? (검토할 기회가...)
    • How, in your opinion, can such things be stopped?
    • What is your position on the use of physical punishment on children? (당신의 입장은 무엇.....?)
    • What do you think is the best way to stop it?
    • How long do you think it will be before they reach their goal?
    • Are you saying that the situation is still unclear?
    • Do you have any speculation about the current labor problems? (의견, 추론)
    • Am I correct in thinking that you also support the proposal?
    • Is that what you're suggesting?

  8. 자기주장을 말할 때
    • My comment concerns the newly proposed plan.
    • My views is that his theory has no evidence.
    • I have an impression that his proposal has no difference.
    • It is my understanding that they have no interest in this matter. (제가 이해하기로는...)
    • I regard the situation as serious. (저는 상황이 매우 심각하다고 봅니다.)
    • I'd like to place emphasis on the fact that no one is care about it.
    • I believe very strongly that the current business recession would be over soon.
    • It is perhaps a little premature for us to talk about it.
    • I have a feeling that you are wrong.
    • I disagree with Mr. Jung on that point.
    • I'd like to support Mr. Kim's remarks.
    • I'd like to make a comment in support of Mr. Kim's proposal.
    • I strongly oppose that plan.
    • I would speak in opposition to Mr. Kim's proposal.
    • I'd like to raise an objection to his idea.

  9. 기타 유용한 표현
    • I would like to say a few words concerning the current situation in Korea.
    • If I understand you correctly, you said that ~
    • I may have missed a point which you made.
    • I didn't quite get the last point of your question.
    • Let me first reply to the first question briefly.
    • May I answer your second question first?
    • Does that answer your question? (당신의 질문에 답이 되었습니까?)
    • I cannot give you an answer that goes in the direction you would like.
    • I have had very little experience with this matter.
    • That's all I can say at the present.
    • I can only provide a partial answer to that question. (부분적인 답변만 가능....)
    • That would be one possible explanation.
    • Dr. Lee would be a better person to answer that question since he is an expert in that field.
    • Perhaps he is in a better position to tell us more about it.
    • He is richly(poorly) experienced in this field.
    • I don't know if I fully answered your question.
    • I would like to make a comment on Mr. Choi's presentation.
    • I hope this will help resolve the long standing problem.
    • This is a matter of great urgency.
    • What is important is that everyone could access to it easily.
    • Necessary steps must be taken immediately.
    • No doubt, there are many difficulties lying in the way of a solution to this problem. (물론, 이 문제 해결에는 많은 어려움이.....)
    • These will demand of us much time and perseverance. (많은 시간과 인내가 필요....)
    • This is the key issue. (이것이 핵심 쟁점......)
    • This is precisely the point.
    • But in practice, things just do not work that way. (그러나 현실은 꼭 그렇지만은 않습니다.)
    • This is an exceptional case. (이것은 예외적인 사건입니다.)
    • We can approach this problem from many directions. (이 문제를 우리는 여러 방향에서 접근해 볼 수 있습니다.)
    • I think you are mistaken about that. (당신의 생각이 틀린 것 같습니다.)
    • It is impossible to reach a solution without the cooperation of all.
    • That is a good point. (좋은 지적입니다.)
    • When all are ready, we shall call for a toast. (준비가 되는대로 건배를 하겠습니다.)
    • I ask you to drink a toast to Mr. Chair. (의장을 위해 건배합시다.)
    • I would like to propose the toast. (축배를 올리고 싶습니다.)

  10. 유용한 문장 유형
    • You might say …… (…라고 말할 수도 있습니다.)
    • It may be that …… (……일지도 모릅니다.)
    • I think I can say …… (……라고 할 수 있겠습니다.)
    • I don't think I can say …… (……라고는 할 수 없습니다.)
    • I may be mistaken[wrong], but I think that …… (제가 틀릴지도 모르지만 …… )
    • If my memory serves me right …… (제 기억이 틀림없다면 …… )
    • During your talk you said that …… (당신의 말중에 .......)
    • Needless to say …… (말할 필요도 없이....)
    • What I am going to suggest is (My suggestion is) …… (제가 제안하는 것은.......)
    • It is my understanding (My understanding is )that …… (제가 이해하기로는......)

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