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    workshop

    Which verbs can I use with the noun "workshop", if I want to say that someone is organizing a meeting for a group of people in order to explore some subjects and develop some skills?


    Can I say to run/hold/conduct/deliver a creative workshop?

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    Re: workshop

    You could use "hold", "run" or "organise".
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