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Dec 10, 2019

This week we are coming to the end of our series on participating in meetings. I hope you have enjoyed the series over the last few weeks. 

Firstly, today we are going to be looking at how to clarify, summarise and close a meeting. I have put together a list of 11 expressions that you can use and have categorised them accordingly. 

In the first part of the episode I will be covering some expressions for clarifying what was agreed in the meeting. As always you will have a sample sentence to help with context.

In the second part, we will be looking at ways to summarise, so that everything is clear before we finish the meeting. 

Finally, we will go over some expressions that you can use to signal that the meeting is coming to a close, as well as actually close the meeting. 

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Let's dive in.