Master of Ceremony.

MCThe style of the MC is to open and close any event; introduce the topic and speakers; and ensure that the event runs smoothly and according to the planned time schedule. there are few strictly formal terms except in reference to the rank and title of important guests. language is more or less formal according to the nature of the event. for instance, the role of an MC at a seminar or wedding is fundamentally similar but, of course, the style of language used and format of these two events will vary substantially. it is a matter of applying common sense.

At a formal seminar, etc. the MC’s first duty is to great the audience. if there are important guests, they are greeted according to the rank. for example:

“His Highness, the Sultan of Yogyakarta, the Director of the world Bank, Mr William Frawley, The Vice President of Texaco, Mr Michael McDonald, Professor Smith, Mr Joned, Mrs Bryan, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen….”



* it is great pleasure for me to be given the opportunity to deliver a speech on the subject of….

*I’m greatly honored and grateful for the opportunity given to me in addressing a speech on….

*May I tell you, first of all, how pleased I am to have an opportunity to stand here and deliver my speech about…..



*i have divided my speech into four sections….

*I’d like firstly to talk about….

*My second part will concern on…

*Let me begin by noting that…

*Let me now turn to…



*In conclusion, I ould like to express…

*I would like to conclude my speech by…

*At the end of my speech, I would like to conclude that…

*Finally, I conclude that…


*Thank you for your attention.

*thank you very much.


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