Home SKILLS How to Close a Speech

How to Close a Speech

ways to close a speech

Closing or concluding a speech effectively is essential to leave a lasting impression on your audience. A strong conclusion should summarize your key points, reinforce your message, and leave your audience with something to think about. Your conclusion should be tailored to your specific speech and audience. It should reflect the purpose and tone of your speech while leaving a strong, positive, and memorable impact on your listeners.

Here are some sentences and expressions commonly used to close or conclude a speech:

  • That’s all. Thank you very much
  • It has been an honour speaking with you today
  • Thank you, you’ve been great!
  • Thank you for allowing me to speak to you today
  • I’m filled with gratitude to speak with you today
  • Thank you for your attention, your time, and your dedication
  • In conclusion, I’d like to leave you with this final thought….
  • As I bring my remarks to a close, let’s reflect on….
  • Before I finish, I want to emphasize….
  • As we conclude, let’s not forget that….
  • I appreciate your attention. I hope you all have a great day/night
  • Let me conclude by saying….
  • I will close by saying….
  • To end on a high note, let’s focus on….
  • To close with a final message, think about….
  • In conclusion, I’d like to leave you with this final thought….

also read:

How to Open a Public Speech
20 Ways to Ask for Help
20 Ways to Say ‘Congratulations!’
20 Ways to Say ‘Also’
20 Ways to Say ‘I think…’
20 Ways to Say ‘I like it…’ 


Previous article20 Ways to Say ‘No’
Next articlePoem: ‘Small Towns and Rivers’ by Mamang Dai: Presentation & Analysis
“I am a Professor of English Language. I am able to teach English, using my own Creativity. I always like to create something innovative. My dream is to make the English teaching-learning process joyous, providing solutions to all Global educational needs." - Prof. Dipak Burhade


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here