Key Word – Point

Practically speaking:

  1. To get to the point, we want to help out all the sites around the world. (stop digressing).
  2. What’s the point of me being here today? (what is the reason for).
  3. I’d like to point out that over the years, I have been continually improving procedures. (make you aware of the fact that).
  4. There is no point me rambling on if you can’t understand what I am saying. (it isn’t worth).
  5. The point is, we’re finding it really tough to keep on top of demand. (what’s important is).
  6. Talking to him is pointless. (useless).
  7. At what point in your life did you decide to become a teacher(‘at what point’ in a question just means ‘when‘).
  8.  I’ll come around at some point this week. (‘at some point’ simply means ‘some time‘).