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I confirm my attendance to the course.

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by mauricioenglishlearner, Jul 10, 2006.

  1. mauricioenglishlearner Junior Member

    Spanish (Chile)
    Hi, i'm replying a mail to a university professor. Could you tell me if this attempt is correct? how does it sound?
    Thnaks in advance.

    Simon,
    Thanks for your reply. I confirm my attendance to the course.
    Our classes will start at July, 24, right?.
    See you in classes.
    Best regards,
     
  2. Yyrkoon Senior Member

    Valencia
    Castellano-España
    Yo cambiaría el "right" por "won´t they" y el "see you" lo suprimiría, suena un poco informal no?
     
  3. Gargoyle Senior Member

    Spanish-Spain
    I would say this.
    (I just corrected some words but I think that the word "right" is not completely proper there)
    Anyway, let´s wait for a native speaker.
    Good luck.

    Simon,
    Thank you very much for your reply. I confirm my attendance to the course.

    Our classes will start on July 24th. right?
    See you soon in classes.
    Best regards.

    (Tiene razón Yyrkon, suena bastante informal "see you"pero no sé cómo se podría poner de manera formal)
     
  4. Snita Senior Member

    Madrid
    Spanish Spain
    O tal vez:
    Can you confirm that classes start July 24?
    See you then.
    Best regards,
    Espera a los nativos si no te urge demasiado
    Saludos
     
  5. plutonianstraw

    plutonianstraw Senior Member

    Washington, DC
    U S of A, English
    Hola, habría algunos cambios.

    Simon,

    Thank you for your reply. I will be attending the course.
    Classes begin on July 24th, correct (don't they, functions here as well)?
    See you in class.

    Best regards,
     
  6. Singinswtt11

    Singinswtt11 Senior Member

    Bay Area, California
    English since birth, Spanish shortly thereafter
    How would you say "I confirm my attendance" in Spanish? Is it as easy as "confirmo mi asistencia"?
     
  7. Arkian New Member

    Mexican Spanish


    La parte de "See you soon in classes" la puedes cambiar por "Looking forward to see you soon" para que suene mas formal.
     
  8. melanie.olvera Senior Member

    English- Southern United States
    Estoy de acuerdo con lo que dice plotonianstraw.
    Su versión suena muy bien. Yo creo que "correct" suena mas formal que "don't they".

    Saludos!
     
  9. Arkian New Member

    Mexican Spanish
    Para que suene formal y claro de entender yo lo escribiria asi:

    Thanks you for your reply. I confirm my attendance to the course.
    As far as I know classes begin on July 24th right? Please Correct me if I'm wrong.
    Looking forward to see you soon

    Best Regards,
     
  10. Crouza Junior Member

    Valencia, España
    England / English
    Thank you for your reply. I confirm my attendance on the course.
    Classes begin on July 24th, I believe.
    See you in class.

    Best regards,

    Sounds more formal, if you're writing to a university professor.
     

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