1.I agree with you on that point.
2.That's a fair suggestion.
3.So what you're saying is that you...
4.In other words, you feel that...
5.You have a strong point there.
6.I think we can both agree that...
7.I don't see any problem with/harm in that.
1.I understand where you're coming from; however,...
2.I'm prepared to compromise, but...
3.The way I look at it...
4.The way I see things...
5.If you look at it from my point of view...
6.I'm afraid I had something different in mind.
7.That's not exactly how I look at it.
8.From my perspective...
9.I'd have to disagree with you there.
10.I'm afraid that doesn't work for me.
11.Is that your best offer?
1.What are all of the alternatives I can think of?所有我能想到的替代方案是什么？
2.Why do I deserve to have my goals met?为什么我值得得到这些？
3.What will my opponent's counter proposal likely consist of?我的对手会提出什么问题？
4.What is my bottom-line?我的底线是什么？
5.What market research/homework do I need to do to back up my cause?我需要做什么市场调查/功课来支持我的理由？
6.What is my bargaining power compared to my opponent's?针对对手的反对，我的议价能力是什么？
7.What do I know about the principles of negotiating?对谈判的原则了解多少？
8.I've been with Landscape labourers for 5 years now and there have been many other years that were profitable. Despite how much your business has grown, I'm making less than a dollar more than I was the day I started.
9.I'm very thankful that you have employed me all this time, especially during the slow seasons when the company is struggling to make a profit. It means a lot to me to have that stability, which is why I have remained loyal to your company. 我非常感谢你一直雇用我，尤其是在公司不盈利的淡季。拥有这样的稳定性对我来说意义重大，这就是为什么我一直对贵公司忠心耿耿。
10.I'd like to finish what I have to say and then you can let me know what your position is.我想先说完我要说的话，然后你可以告诉我你的立场是什么。
11.I will say that I hope I will never have to work for a company that does a poor job.我会说，我希望我永远不必为一家工作不好的公司工作。