This blog has been divided into a set of two blog series. The first part is about Starting a Meeting or Discussion and the language used to manage the meeting or discussion. The 2nd part is about closing and summarizing the meeting or discussion. This is the 2nd part of the blog set series. Link to part 1 can be found below.
Let’s have a look below at some useful language:
Closing an item
I think that covers the first item.
I think that was taken care of pretty well.
Let’s move on to…
If nobody has anything more to add, then we…
Before we are done here, let’s summarize the important points.
We can quickly go over the main points.
To sum up what we talked about .,.
In brief …
Shall I go over the main points?
Great, it seems like we covered the items we wanted to talk about.
Right, if there are no other questions or comments, our meeting is finished.
Are there any other questions?
Thanking participants for attending
Thank you all for attending.
Thanks for your participation.
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