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    PT.RADIAN Autoparts JL.Berkembang No.10 Medan 20124 Telp: 061 8457823 Fax: 061 8457823 NAMA:RADIAN SYAHPUTRA HASIBUAN KELAS : AKUNTANSI C NIM : 7163220046 TUGAS RUTIN 5 Let's look at some phrases you can use to express disagreement. I'm afraid I'm not convinced. I don't entirely agree. I'm not sure about that. I can't agree with you there. I don't think that's quite correct. Notice that all of these ways of disagreeing are polite. If you use stronger terms of disagreement - it can sound rude, or argumentative. Well, I'm not convinced that the work is as urgent as this report suggests, so perhaps... Don't be ridiculous! Excuse me? When disagreeing, the speaker normally also gives a reason for their opinion, and may use an expression showing that it is their opinion. Listen to Walter.Well, as far as I'm concerned, it's a question of safety. So I think we should go ahead.  Are you suggesting that someone could get hurt? In my opinion, yes.Let's practise some phrases you can use to introduce your opinion about something. In my opinion...  As far as I’m concerned...    If you ask me... The way I see it is this...  And of course you can simply sta te ‘I think…’ or ‘I believe’...  Notice that Tan asks for clarification of the point Walter makes. He wants to make sure he understands what Walter is saying. Let’s look at some ways of seeking clarification, and checking understanding. Practise these with Tan.  Are you suggesting that someone could get hurt?  Are you saying that someone could get hurt? Do you mean someone could get hurt?  Are you implying that someone could get hurt? One of the roles of the Chairperson is to make sure everyone gets to have their say. All discussion should go through the chair - that is, people talk to the Chairperson, not to each other directly. So the Chairperson sometimes has to interrupt, or stop someone from speaking. Let's see how Denise does this. Well, I'm not convinced that the work is as urgent as this report suggests, so perhaps... Oh come on - the building is practically falling down!Sorry Lin - I don't think Tan had finished. We'll get to you in a minute. Sorry.By saying 'I don't think Tan had finished', Denise is politely telling Lin that she shouldn't interrupt, and Lin apologises. But what should you do if someone keeps trying to interrupt? So perhaps... Oh come on - the building is practically falling down! Sorry Lin - I don't think Tan had finished. We'll get to you in a minute. Well it's obvious...Yes, but we do need to hear everyone's views on this... Let's just vote on it All in good time Lin. Please go on Tan... Notice that the language the chairperson uses is always polite, but firm. She uses 'sorry' 'thankyou' and 'please' as a way of respecting the other members of the committee - although she is in charge.  On the other hand, there is a time factor - it may be necessary to cut people short. ...and furthermore, if we look more closely at some of the estimates, we can see... Excuse me - sorry Tan, perhaps we should move on. I'm nearly finished.Yes but we do have to keep an eye on the time. Perhaps we can come back to that point later.I think it's quite important. It is important, but I think it's more important we hear everyone's views on this. Barbara? There were two key phrases used to stop Tan from sending everyone to sleep. The first one - 'perhaps we should move on' is phrased as a suggestion - but it is said in a firm way - with a falling intonation at the end. Practise with me: 'Perhaps we should move on.'. This falling intonation makes it a more definite statement, rather than a suggestion.The second one was put as a reason for moving on - that time is short - notice the emphasis on the word 'do', and practise after me: 'We do have to keep an eye on the time.'. Remember we said the discussion has to be relevant. What do we do if someone makes an irrelevant comment? What about the problem with parking. There were no places again this morning. Maybe if you got to work on time..  All comments through the chair if you don't mind Walter. Parking isn't on the agenda for this meeting - perhaps you could suggest it for our next meeting Barbara.When Walter makes a comment directly to Barbara, Denise says: 'All comments through the Chair if you don't mind'. This is a way of reminding Walter of correct meeting procedure. 'All comments through the chair' means he must speak to the meeting, not directly to one person at the table. Denise suggests that 'Parking isn't on the agenda for this meeting'. But so that Barbara doesn't feel bad.
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