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RE: [KLBC] is there a word for 'attend'?

> I wanted to translate "I don't think I'll go to my exam tomorrow" (I have
> some stupid test in school tomorrow but I think I'll skip it), and I came
> up with:
> wa'leS DuSaQ qaDwIj vISuchbe'law'
> Two questions... 1) is this sentence correct

"Tomorrow I apparently will not visit my test of school."

This might be better with -Daq on school.
DuSaQDaq ...  - "... at school"

> and 2) I used {Such} "visit",
> but it's not really the right word I think... nor is {ghoS}... I need
> something like 'attend', like 'attend school' and such... is
> there anything you can suggest?

SaH - be present
jeS - participate
ta' - accomplish

chaq wa'leS DuSaQ vIghoSbe' 'ej qaD vIta'be'.

There are many ways to do this.  We'll see what ideas others come up with.

DloraH, BG

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