Casual Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences in Different Scenarios – Top 600+ Terms)/
Concluding Statements

Concluding Statements

Total: 17 words

In conclusion...

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said when presenting the final argument; lastly

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To sum it all up...

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to briefly summarize or assess something

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For this reason...

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said when expressing a fact, claim, or opinion, especially after justifying it

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At the end of the day...

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said before expressing the main point or argument

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When all is said and done...

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means when everything is settled or taken into consideration; said before one's final statement or judgment about something

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To wrap it up... / To wrap this up...

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said when summarizing or finishing something

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On the whole...

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said when speaking about a general situation; generally or ​considering everything

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One solution would be…

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used to propose or suggest a fix

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I strongly suggest…

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used to recommend something, such as a solution, you absolutely believe in

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This is the key to...

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said about a suggestion or idea that one believes to be an effective solution or method

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What we need is…

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said about something that is required or essential in accomplishing something

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We need to think outside the box.

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used to invite the listener to think in an original, creative, or expansive way

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We have to do our part.

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used to invite the listener to do what they can to help achieve something

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We're all in this together.

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used to encourage people to cooperate with each other in order to achieve something

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You have to pull your weight.

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used to encourage the listener to work as hard as everyone else

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We have to act now. / We must act now.

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means to take action right away

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We have to do something before it’s too late.

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used to express the urgency of taking action right now, before the problem starts or worsens

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