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Assume that the employer gives a presentation to the public audience. After the presentation, you as the employee want to appreciate it.

What is the best expression used by an employee to appreciate his/her employer?

For example, is it polite to say "Anata no happyoo ha ii desu." ?

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Maybe something like お疲れ様でした。Xさんの発表とてもよかったです。 –  Jesse Good Jul 4 '12 at 8:03
    
How about 「(name)+(title like 課長/部長)のプレゼン、大変[たいへん]勉強[べんきょう]になりました。」? –  Choko Jul 4 '12 at 14:21
    
I wonder why this has 2 close votes and 1 down vote... It seems like a perfectly reasonable question. –  atlantiza Jul 5 '12 at 0:02
    
+1 because of the unexplained downvote and close votes, and since the OP themself has made an attempt. –  Andrew Grimm Jul 5 '12 at 2:57

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