June Conversation Session: Films, Books & TV Series

Published on
June 24, 2022
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November 15, 2022
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Alastair Budge

Curious about what happened at our June Conversation Session? It was a wonderful evening full of discussions about interesting films, books & TV series. Here's what happened.

June Conversation Session: Films, Books & TV Series
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One of my favourite parts of Leonardo English is connecting with curious minds from all over the world.

Last Wednesday was one such occasion, where curious minds from a wide range of different countries joined together for our "Films, Books & TV" conversation session.

The "homework" was simple. Everyone had to prepare one film, one book, and one TV series to talk about in small groups.

There were some wonderful recommendations, with everything from deep philosophical novels to popular children's books.

We all split into small groups, allowing everyone time to discuss this subject with a variety of different people from different countries.

Being in small groups also allows everyone to speak in a relaxed and friendly environment.

I also joined all of the groups, and I left the evening with a long list of excellent films, books & TV series to get stuck into.

If you're a member of Leonardo English, keep a lookout for the next session.

And if you're not yet a member but this sounds like fun, I'd love for you to check out our membership options.

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