1. I think you'll agree that our necks are on the line here.
2. Don't you agree that Action is taking a risk with this new contract?
3. We're certainly all aware of the risks with this new contract.
1. To begin, let's take a look at the distribution contract we just signed with StandardSuppliers.
2. Let's get started by taking a look at the Standard distribution contract.
3. To get started, I'd like you to go over the distribution contract we just signed withStandard Suppliers.
1. Frankly speaking, we're worried that current productivity can not keep up with demand.
2. To be honest, we're worried that current productivity can not keep up with demand.
3. Basically, there is concern about productivity levels not keeping up with demand.
进一步地指明问题;但绝不说出某某部门或某人应负责这类话。注意说话者仍然使用"we"为主词，表示这件事大家都有责任。句子开头可加上"Frankly speaking"、"To be honest"(坦白说)，这样的词汇加重口气。
1. What we'd like each of you to do is go over your respective operations, makerecommendations about improving production, and report back to us.
2. What we recommend is that each of you evaluates your departments and makesrecommendations for improvement.
3. We'd like to see each of you go over your operations, and think of where we can improveproduction.
问题点明之后，接着就提出明确的要求。用间接语法的句子如"what we'd like", "what we recommend"，可使语气婉转，让听者较没有被命令的感觉。