As you can see, (sentence)

Say this at the beginning of a sentence when you're showing people a document, a chart, a photograph, etc. to an audience. You use "As you can see,..." to point out something that you want them to look at:

As you can see, the numbers for this quarter are still looking pretty good.

As you can see, we had a ton of people come out for the opening night.

Use this expression in meetings, in presentations, when you're teaching a class, and so on.

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