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其他会议主持参考。


篇一:英文会议主持词
  Good morning ladies and gentlemen

  welcom to the 20xx SUST model united nations.

  SUMUN was established in April 2009. our continuous efforts and innovation, and relentless pursuit and struggle. Today, Model United Nations has developed into a powerful team which Made a lot of achievements.

  Today we are pleased to gather here to host 2011 SUST Model United Nations.

  let me introduce our distinguished guests tonight:

  now i have the great privilege of presenting our distinguished guests today. They are*******welcome

  let’s warmly welcome the chairman SUMUN Miss luo to make a speech.

  Finally, we hope all the delegates can make effort to show your talent and model united nations can get a complete sucess.

  篇二:英文会议主持词
  Distinguished guests, distinguished delegates,ladies and gentlemen, and all the friends:

  At this special time of wonderful December, in this grand hall of the beautiful

  city, our respectable guests are here getting together. On behalf of the organizing committee and the program committee, I am happy to welcome your participation in “International Phocology Developing Conference”, held in Shihezi University. Now, first of all, please allow me to give our hearty welcome to all of you present, and thank you, for your friendly coming,despite the long distance and the cold weather. We feel so proud, and appreciated as well to be the host of the event.

  Let me introduce myself. I am Wang Yulin, from Epidemiology and health

  statistics, and I'm greatly honored to be the anchor of the session.

  We are honored to have invited professors all over the word, they are 陈宏志

  (University of Oxford),杜鹃(Stanford University),黄亚兰(Harvard University),马红梅(University of Cambridge).Let's give them a warm welcome.In addition, we are also honored to invite experts and scholars from various fields.Thank you for coming. Here, let’s welcome the chairman of this conference deliver her opening speech. A great applause for宋凌勰.

  【主席致辞】

  Thanks for the chairman's speech,now let’s go on our conference.

  【陈宏志】

  The first paper this morning will be presented by Dr. 陈宏志, professor of pathology science at University of Oxford, and his topic is “SEIPIN and adipocyte maintenance”. Let's welcome Dr. Chen.

  Thank you very much, Dr. Chen, for your excellent lecture.

  Time for discussion, do you have any question?

  Any more questions or comments for Dr. Chen ?

  提问:what is the significance of this research for the study of human disease ?

  【杜鹃】

  Thank you. The next presentation in this session is on “Cell-Based

  Small-Molecule Compound Screen Identifies Feetinide as Potential Therapeutic for Translocation-Positive Rhabdomyosarcoma”. I would like to call on Dr.Du, professor of pathology science at Stanford University, to talk this very import subject. Let's welcome Pr. Du.

  Thank you very much, Dr. Du, for your excellent presentation.

  Time for discussion, do you have any question?

  Any more questions or comments for Dr. Huang ?

  【黄亚兰】

  Thank you. The third paper will be presented by Dr. 黄亚兰, professor of pathology science at Harvard University, and her topic is “Inhibition of phosphorylated c-Met in rhabdomyosarcoma cell lines by a small molecule inhibitor SU11274”. Let's welcome Dr. Huang.

  Thank you very much, Dr. Huang, for your excellent paper ,you have presented us the role of c-Met in the development and progression of RMS. Furthermore, the inhibitor of c-Met, SU11274, could be an effective targeting therapy reagent for RMS, especially alveolar RMS.

  Time for discussion, do you have any question?

  Any more questions or comments for Pr. Huang?

  【马红梅】

  Thank you. The last presentation in this session is on “Histone H3.3 Mutations:

  A Variant Path to Cancer”. I would like to call on Dr. Ma, professor of pathology science at University of Cambridge, to talk this very import subject. Let's welcome Pr. Ma.

  Thank you very much, Pr. Ma, for your excellent contribution.

  Time for discussion, do you have any question?

  Any more questions or comments for Pr. Ma?

  【会议结束】

  It’s time for us to close this meeting and say goodbye. Thank you for your attention. Thank you.

英文会议主持词

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用英语主持会议

☆☆☆The Structure of a Meeting 会议的结构☆☆☆
One of the most common requirements of business English is holding meetings in English. The following sections provide useful language and phrases for conducting meetings and making contributions to a meeting.
Meetings generally follow a more or less similar structure and can be divided into
the following parts:

I - Introductions
Opening the Meeting
Welcoming and Introducing Participants
Stating the Principal Objectives of a Meeting
Giving Apologies for Someone Who is Absent

II - Reviewing Past Business
Reading the Minutes (notes) of the Last Meeting
Dealing with Recent Developments

III - Beginning the Meeting
Introducing the Agenda
Allocating Roles (secretary, participants)
Agreeing on the Ground Rules for the Meeting (contributions, timing,
decision-making, etc.)

IV - Discussing Items
Introducing the First Item on the Agenda
Closing an Item
Next Item
Giving Control to the Next Participant

V - Finishing the Meeting
Summarizing
Finishing Up
Suggesting and Agreeing on Time, Date and Place for the Next Meeting
Thanking Participants for Attending
Closing the Meeting

☆☆☆Running a Meeting 主持会议☆☆☆
The following phrases are used to conduct a meeting. These phrases are useful if you are called on to conduct a meeting.
Opening 宣布会议开始
Good morning/afternoon, everyone.
If we are all here, let's get started / start the meeting / start.
Welcoming and Introducing 欢迎和介绍出席人员
Please join me in welcoming (name of participant)
We're pleased to welcome (name of participant)
I'd like to extend a warm welcome to (name of participant)
It's a pleasure to welcome (name of participant)
I'd like to introduce (name of participant)
Stating the Principal Objectives 阐明会议主要议题
We're here today to ...
I'd like to make sure that we ...
Our main aim today is to ...
I've called this meeting in order to ...
Giving Apologies for Someone Who is Absent 对缺席者表示遗憾
I'm afraid.., (name of participant) can't be with us today. She is in...
Unfortunately, (name of participant) ... will not be with us to day because he ...
I have received apologies for absence from (name of participant), who is in
(place).
Reading the Minutes (notes) of the Last Meeting 宣读上次会议记要
To begin with I'd like to quickly go through the minutes of our last meeting.
First, let's go over the report from the last meeting, which was held on (date)
Here are the minutes from our last meeting, which was on (date)
Dealing with Recent Developments 询问近期动态
Jack, can you tell us how the XYZ project is progressing?
Jack, how is the XYZ project coming along?
John, have you completed the report on the new accounting package?
Has everyone received a copy of the Tate Foundation report on current marketing
trends?
Moving Forward 转向下一个议题
So, if there is nothing else we need to discuss, let's move on to today's agenda.
Shall we get down to business?
Is there Any Other Business?
If there are no further developments, I'd like to move on to today's topic.
Introducing the Agenda 介绍议程
Have you all received a copy of the agenda?
There are X items on the agenda. First, ... second, ... third, ... lastly, ...
Shall we take the points in this order?
If you don't mind, I'd like to go in order today.
skip item 1 and move on to item 3
I suggest we take item 2 last.
Allocating Roles (secretary, participants) 分配秘书和出席者的会议角色
(name of participant) has agreed to take the minutes.
(name of participant), would you mind taking the minutes?
(name of participant) has kindly agreed to give us a report on ...
(name of participant) will lead point 1, (name of participant) point 2, and (name
of participant) point 3.
(name of participant), would you mind taking notes today?
Agreeing on the Ground Rules for the Meeting (contributions, timing,
decision-making, etc.) 
就会议程序(发言,时间,决策)达成一致
We will first hear a short report on each point first, followed by a discussion of ...
I suggest we go round the table first.
Let's make sure we finish by ...
I'd suggest we ...
There will be five minutes for each item.
We'll have to keep each item to 15 minutes. Otherwise we'll never get through.
Introducing the First Item on the Agenda 介绍第一项议题
So, let's start with ...
I'd suggest we start with...
Why don't we start with...
So, the first item on the agenda is
Pete, would you like to kick off?
Shall we start with ...
(name of participant), would you like to introduce this item?
Closing an Item 结束一个议题
I think that takes care of the first item.
Shall we leave that item?
Why don't we move on to...
If nobody has anything else to add, lets ...
Next Item 开始下一个议题
Let's move onto the next item
Now that we've discussed X, let's now ...
The next item on today's agenda is...
Now we come to the question of.
Giving Control to the Next Participant 请下一位出席者发言
I'd like to hand over to (name of participant), who is going to lead the next point.
Next, (name of participant) is going to take us through ...
Now, I'd like to introduce (name of participant) who is going to ...
Summarizing 总结
Before we close today's meeting, let me just summarize the main points.
Let me quickly go over today's main points.
To sum up, ...,.
OK, why don't we quickly summarize what we've done today.
In brief, ...
Shall I go over the main points?
Finishing Up 结束今日议题
Right, it looks as though we've covered the main items.
If there are no other comments, I'd like to wrap this meeting up.
Let's bring this to a close for today.
Is there Any Other Business?
Suggesting and Agreeing on Time, Date and Place for the Next Meeting
建议和征询下一次会议时间,日期和地点
Can we set the date for the next meeting, please?
So, the next meeting will be on ... (day), the . . . (date) of.. . (month) at ...
Let's next meet on ... (day), the . . . (date) of.. . (month) at ... What about the
following Wednesday? How is that?
Thanking Participants for Attending 感谢出席人员
I'd like to thank Marianne and Jeremy for coming over from London.
Thank you all for attending.
Thanks for your participation.
Closing the Meeting 宣布散会
The meeting is finished, we'll see each other next ...
The meeting is closed.
I declare the meeting closed.

☆☆ Language Used to Participate in Meetings 出席会议常用语☆☆☆
The following phrases are used to participate in a meeting. These phrases are
useful for expressing your ideas and giving input to a meeting.
Getting the Chairperson's Attention 引起会议主席的注意
(Mister/Madam) chairman.
May I have a word?
If I may, I think...
Excuse me for interrupting.
May I come in here?
Giving Opinions 表达意见
I'm positive that...
I (really) feel that...
In my opinion...
The way I see things...
If you ask me,... I tend to think that...
Asking for Opinions 询问意见
Are you positive that...
Do you (really) think that...
(name of participant) can we get your input?
How do you feel about...?
Commenting 做出评论
That's interesting .
I never thought about it that way before.
Good point!
I get your point.
I see what you mean.
Agreeing 表示同意
I totally agree with you.
Exactly!
That's (exactly) the way I feel.
I have to agree with (name of participant).
Disagreeing 表示异议
Unfortunately, I see it differently.
Up to a point I agree with you, but...
(I'm afraid) I can't agree

Advising and Suggesting 提出建议
Let's...
We should...
Why don't you....
How/What about...
I suggest/recommend that...
Clarifying 澄清
Let me spell out...
Have I made that clear?
Do you see what I'm getting at?
Let me put this another way...
I'd just like to repeat that...
Requesting Information 请求信息
Please, could you...
I'd like you to...
Would you mind...
I wonder if you could...
Asking for Repetition 请求重复
I'm afraid I didn't understand that. Could you repeat what you just said?
I didn't catch that. Could you repeat that, please?
I missed that. Could you say it again, please?
Could you run that by me one more time?
Asking for Clarification 要求澄清
I don't quite follow you. What exactly do you mean?
I'm afraid I don't quite understand what your are getting at.
Could you explain to me how that is going to work?
I don't see what you mean. Could we have some more details, please?
Asking for Verification 请求确认
You did say next week, didn't you? ('did' is stressed)
Do you mean that...?
Is it true that...?
Asking for Spelling 请求拼写
Could you spell that, please?
Would you mind spelling that for me, please?
Asking for Contributions 请求赐教
We haven't heard from you yet, (name of participant).
What do you think about this proposal?
Would you like to add anything, (name of participant)?
Has anyone else got anything to contribute?
Are there any more comments?
Correcting Information 更正
Sorry, I think you misunderstood what I said.
Sorry, that's not quite right.
I'm afraid you don't understand what I'm saying.
That's not quite what I had in mind.
That's not what I meant.
Keeping the Meeting On Target (time, relevance, decisions) 转入正题
We're running short of time.
Well, that seems to be all the time we have today.
Please be brief.
I'm afraid we've run out of time.
I'm afraid that's outside the scope of this meeting.
Let's get back on track, why don't we?
That's not really why we're here today.
Why don't we return to the main focus of today's meeting.
We'll have to leave that to another time.
We're beginning to lose sight of the main point.
Keep to the point, please.
I think we'd better leave that for another meeting.
Are we ready to make a decision?


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