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My favourite aspect of Leonardo English is meeting the curious minds who are part of our community, and it’s for this reason that I always look forward to our monthly “Icebreaker” sessions.
This month, to do something a little special, we had a “Show & Tell” session, where the homework was to bring five “curious objects” in these categories:
- The smallest object in your house
- The most unusual object in your house
- Your least favourite object in your house
- The best thing you have bought this year
- Something in your kitchen that you don’t think you will ever eat
When you bring curious people together from a wide variety of different countries, you have a lot of fun seeing what they have come up with, and yesterday evening’s “show & tell” objects included everything from a miniature instrument to a garlic press, a mystery key to a strange rock, cockroaches to a past-its-sell-by-date bottle of children’s cough syrup.
Unfortunately we didn’t get a group photo this time 🤦!
I'm looking forward to the next one already!
If you're a member of Leonardo English, look out for the announcement about the next session, and I hope to see you there.
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