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  • It's time for English University Siri's that teaches some English phrases to help you through your first year of study abroad.

  • Her first business studies lecture, and now she's decided to go to professor Notes.

  • Evening seminar.

  • That's when a group of students meet with their teacher to discuss what they've learned.

  • The problem is, there's always a chatterbox, you know, someone who likes to do a We're talking so glad you could make my seminar, Mary, Although I don't know where everyone else is.

  • Maybe it's the rain.

  • Well, it is quite wet out there.

  • There you go, Robert.

  • Red wine for you.

  • And so hello.

  • It's Mary, isn't it?

  • What are you doing here?

  • I thought you just did administration.

  • I do.

  • But Robert, I mean, Professor not likes help with his spreadsheets and photocopying and stuff.

  • Yes, I give you a lift home after the seminar as you live around the corner from me.

  • Oh, right.

  • I I didn't know.

  • Anyway.

  • Don't mind me.

  • I'll just sit here while you chat about clever things.

  • Like business eyes.

  • It just you tonight, Mary.

  • I'm not too late, am I?

  • He did say eight o'clock.

  • Yes, I did.

  • Come and sit down.

  • No, not on my books.

  • Just there.

  • Have you met Sharon?

  • Hello.

  • So that's begin.

  • Shall we now?

  • I talked about business being on economic system.

  • But what do we mean by system?

  • I think Well, obviously system is, ah, thing you know.

  • But on economic is about the economy.

  • Yeah, Daniel put a sock in it.

  • You can't get a word in edge ways with him around.

  • Mary, don't let him dominate the conversation.

  • He needs the pipe down.

  • And you need to speak up a polite but firm and say you want a chance to speak.

  • All right, if I must.

  • Daniel, would you mind if I had a chance to speak, please?

  • Oh, right.

  • Yeah, of course.

  • I was just explaining the economic I know, But I would like to say something.

  • Do, if you don't mind.

  • Exactly.

  • I think Mary should give us her views.

  • So, Daniel, zip it, please.

  • Thank you for giving me the chance to speak.

  • I'd like to contribute to the discussion and say that to be in business, you need something to sell.

  • Oh, that's very good, Mary.

  • Excellent.

  • Very impressive.

  • Once.

  • Daniel, stop talking your ears off you finally got a chance to express yourself with the help of these useful phrases.

  • Would you mind if I had a chance to speak?

  • Please.

  • I'd like to say something to if you don't mind.

  • Thank you for giving me the chance to speak.

  • I'd like to contribute to the discussion.

  • Please.

  • You can practice these phrases, pick up a few more plus learned some top tips for studying in the UK on our website at BBC Learning english dot com Now House professor.

  • Not seminar going.

  • So I think you'll find some useful stuff in my book.

  • Mind your own business, but we call it a day for now.

  • I'll see you at my next lecture.

  • Yes, yes, I do it.

  • It's a very interesting Oh, look, a rain out there.

  • It's pouring.

  • Still giving me a lift home, Robert?

  • Yes.

  • Yes, of course.

  • Maybe I could drop you off on the way home to Mary if it's not too much trouble.

  • Of course not married, but sorry, Daniel.

  • It's quite a small car, so I don't think we're fit you in.

  • Okay?

It's time for English University Siri's that teaches some English phrases to help you through your first year of study abroad.

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