If you are stuck for what to say in Japanese, Google search — and in particular, its auto-fill function — can be your friend.
Introducing how to use Xなら、Y, meaning "if X, Y" or "if it is the case that X, Y."
Former Japan national team manager Takeshi Okada voices his approval of newly appointed Akira Nishino.
Shōhin-ni tsuite go-setsumei-shitara, kyōmi-o shimeshite-kudasaimashita. (When I explained our product, they showed interest in it.) Situation 1: Section Chief Mr. Okubo asks Ms. Gray about her visit to the TK Co. offices. 大久保: TK社の反応はどうだった？ グレイ: 商品についてご説明したら、興味を示してください ました。 Ōkubo: TK-sha-no hannō-wa dō-datta? Gray: Shōhin-ni tsuite go-setsumei-shitara, kyōmi-o shimeshite-kudasaimashita. Okubo: How was ...