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How to describe the contents of agenda in an English presentation?



 
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How to describe the contents of agenda in an English presentation? #1 (permalink) Sat Apr 06, 2013 17:03 pm   How to describe the contents of agenda in an English presentation?
 

Sorry. My question is in the third post.
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How to describe the contents of agenda in an English presentation? #2 (permalink) Sat Apr 06, 2013 17:12 pm   How to describe the contents of agenda in an English presentation?
 

Sorry! My question is in the third post.
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How to describe the contents of agenda in an English presentation? #3 (permalink) Sat Apr 06, 2013 17:15 pm   How to describe the contents of agenda in an English presentation?
 

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Hi, everyone

How to describe the contents of agenda in an English presentation?

For instance,

I would like to introduce a topic, "How to live in Taiwan for foreigners".

The first page that I would show,

Agenda:

1. How well do you know Chinese?

2. Experiences

3. Friends

etc.

Now I am tring to illustate the three points above,

1. Today I would like to teach you that how to live in Taiwan. I prepare three points to share with you guys.

2. Today I would like to teach you that how to live in Taiwan. There are three questions you need to understand and answer me firstly.

3. Today I would like to share three ideas with you guys. The first one is "How well do you know Chinese?
", The second one is " Experiences. I mean that have you been to Taiwan? And so on,

What I do not understand is that what I can say. If I explain the agenda, could I say three questions, three ideas or three points? Or what's your answer?
Hopefully, you guys understnad that my questions. Thanks in advance.

Mggie^^
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