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    Question Attention or attendance?

    Hi,
    At the end of a lesson, my fellow teacher says ," Thanks for your attention", but another fellow teacher says,"Thanks for your attendance". Which is right ?


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    Re: Attention or attendance?

    why dont you check the meanings of these words in a dictionary? you can easily find out the difference between them

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