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ziawj2

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At the end of a poster which calls on students to prepare some performances, such as English poems, Short plays, etc. for an English Evening on Christmas Eve.
Can I use 'Hoping your participation' at the end of the poster? Is it natural? Could you give some advice?
 

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'Hoping for your participation' would be better.

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Is 'participate on time' natural if it is written at the end of advertisement?
 

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No, it is not.
 

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'Hoping for your participation' would be better.
And 'Looking forward to your participation' is more positive, in my opinion.
 

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Is 'participate on time' natural if it is written at the end of advertisement?

As the event sounds quite informal, you could say 'Be there/get there on time/in good time'.

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