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Partecipation or attendance?



chiaras
Italy

Partecipation or attendance?
 
Hello!
I was wondering.....can you say in English: " Please confirm your participation to/in the (English) course!" Or would you say "confirm your attendance of the course". I want the sentence to be informal! Any other ideas to say the same thing in an informal way?
 
Thanks a lot for your help!
 
Chiara

29 Sep 2011      



Teacher Khalid
Jordan

check attendance
 

29 Sep 2011     



chiaras
Italy

In the end I īv chosen the following sentence: "let me know if you are going to join the course". I needed something informal, because the course is for my collegues!
Thank you anyway
Chiara 

29 Sep 2011