Discussion Phrases
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Discussion Phrases

Anbei eine Auswahl nützlicher, nach Situationen geordneter englischer Redewendungen für Diskussionen.

Auftakt Gliederung
  • I would like to start with ...
  • To start with, ...
  • Let me begin with ...
  • There are four points I would like to make.
    First of all , ... .
    Secondly, .... .
    In addition ... .
    Finally, ... .
Meinungsäußerung Meinungsnachfrage
  • From my point of view ... .
  • In my mind, ... .
  • It looks to me as if .... .
  • I'm convinced that ... .
  • My best guess is ... .
  • How do you feel about this?
  • Do you also think that's the case?
  • What about you?
  • What's your view on this?
  • I would be very interested to hear your opinion on this
Zustimmung Widerspruch
  • Exactly my point of view.
  • I totally agree.
  • I share your opinion.
  • I can go along with that.
  • You might be right there.
  • That's true, I suppose.
  • Frankly, that's not really how I see it.
  • I am sorry but I don't agree at all.
  • I agree up to a point, nevertheless ... .
  • To be honest, I think you are wrong here.
  • I'm afraid you're mistaken.
  • I see what you mean, but ... .
Vorschläge Ergänzungen
  • If I were you, I would ... .
  • I would suggest that ... .
  • I'd like to add that ... .
  • Another reason is that ... .
Unterstützung Abwägung
  • Thats a good idea.
  • That sounds very convincing.
  • On the one hand ..., but on the other hand ... .
  • That's certainly true, but at the same time it's obvious that ... .
Unterbrechung Umgang mit einer Unterbrechung
  • May I interrupt you for a second?
  • Excuse me, could you explain that again?
  • Could I come in here?
  • Could I just comment on that?
  • May I make a point on that?
  • If I might just finish ... .
  • I haven't finished yet if you don't mind.
  • I haven't got my point yet.
Hinterfragen Klären von Missverständnissen
  • Just a moment, please. What exactly do you mean by that?
  • I didn't catch that completely.  Could you just go over it again?
  • Am I true in understanding, that ... ?
  • Do you really mean to say that ... ?
  • I'm afraid that there has been some misunderstanding. What I actually said was ... .
  • Don't get me wrong. What I meant was ... .
  • That's not quite what I meant by ... .
Wiederaufgreifen eines Themas Verteidigen eines Standpunktes
  • I'd like to go back to ... .
  • As we just heard from ... .
  • On the subject ... you said ... .
  • You seem to have misunderstood me. What I meant was ... .
  • That's not what I was trying to say. My point is that ... .
  • I see your point but I still feel that ... .
  • Perhaps I didn't explain that point clearly enough. Let me put it another way ... .
Unterlegen von Aussagen Anführen von Beispielen
  • I would like to draw your attention to the fact that ... .
  • We do need to know ... .
  • The statistics do show ... .
  • Let me give you an example what I mean by ... .
  • To illustrate this point, ... .
  • For instance, look at ... .
Zusammenfassen Spielen auf Zeit
  • That's why ... .
  • This results in ... .
  • The logical consequence is that ... .
  • This implies that ... .
  • That's a very interesting question. Perhaps we could return to that later.
  • I'm sure you will appreciate how complex this matter is. I'm afraid I don't have all facts at my fingertips.
  • I'd rather not comment on that at present.


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