Attendance and absence in the sense of attending or skipping a lecture.

e.g. in the sentence:

If you continue to skip your lectures, your attendance will be poor and eventually fail those modules.


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For attendance I would say ĉeesto and for absence foresto. Maybe for skipping lectures you can say preterlasi. So a complete translation of your example could be:

Se vi daŭre preterlasos viajn lekciojn, via ĉeestado estos malalta kaj finfine vi malsukcesos je tiuj kursoj.

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    Jan 24, 2018 at 20:11
  • What indication is there that ĉeesto and preterlasi are actually used this way? Jan 25, 2018 at 5:17

"Attendance" in the sense of a record of the number of times that you've participated in something is vizitado.


  • doni al studento ateston pri vizitado.

El Vivo Vokas:

  • Iu fariĝas plej eminenta en kurado, alia en naĝado, tria en ŝakludo, kvara en preĝejvizitado

So, it seems that vizitado is something that is measured, that people can excel at, and which I school might provide a record for - like "attendance".


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