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    looking for a word


    I want to say that :

    I and my colleague will teach the workshop. However i don't want to use the word teach or instruct since I can learn from the participants a good deal and I don't want to appear that I will be lecturing them. Is there any word that can imply what I have just said instead of teach.

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    Re: looking for a word

    How about 'to facilitate/to lead' the workshop?

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