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GIVING YOUR OPINION IN A MEETING

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In this conversation you can find some expressions to give your opinion about something in a meeting. Watch the video and go through the text.

 

Allie: That was a great concert last night, Scarlett.

Scarlett: Thanks.

Allie: As we know, Scarlett’s got a new CD coming out soon. So let’s have a look at the best way we can promote it in France.

Mark: OK, well I think Scarlett should visit the major music stores. In my opinion, that’s the best way to meet her fans.

Allie: I’m not so sure. What do you think, Jacques?

Jacques: Actually, I don’t agree with Mark. Scarlett isn’t commercial in that way.

Allie: Scarlett? Scarlett?

Scarlett: I agree with Jacques. I don’t have a commercial image. It isn’t my style.

Mark: OK, but Scarlett needs more publicity. What about a series of TV and radio interviews? Don’t you agree?

Allie: Yes, but that’s what everybody does. What we want is something different.

Jacques: Personally, I think Scarlett should tour clubs and summer festivals. She can DJ, play her favourite music, play the new CD, and meet her fans, too.

Allie: Yes, absolutely! That’s a much better idea. Mark?

Mark: OK, why not?

Allie: Scarlett?

Scarlett: I think that’s a great idea. Thank you, Jacques.

 

Now practise saying the expressions in red.

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