attend|attended|attending|attends in English
[at·tend || ə'tend]
be present in a place; care for, serve (attend to); accompany
Use "attend|attended|attending|attends" in a sentence
1. Students attend public schools while attending the cultural exchange program in China.
2. Those attending will meet with the city's lobbyists and attend a luncheon with Gov.
3. 3 About one-eighth of secondary pupils in Northern Ireland attend grammar secondary schools, the remainder attending secondary intermediate schools.
4. She attends to the list?
5. The bridesmaid attends the bride.
6. She attends Britain's premier university.
7. He attends regular yoga classes.
8. He attends inadequately to technological development.
9. Success usually attends on one's effort.
10. The servant attends on his master.
11. She goes to/attends chapel regularly.
12. Every day he attends the office punctually.
13. Tom attends the college on day release.
14. Attends first grade, but soon drops out again.
15. She writes, attends university and teaches to support herself.
16. Attending court to issue proceedings, on interlocutory matters or attending trial.
17. Tom attends the technical college on day release.
18. Attending as Respectful Observers
19. She dislikes the loss of privacy that attends TV celebrity.
20. After the course , 35 teachers who attended the training course shared the techniques and skills with other teachers who were not be able to attend it .
21. She will be an asset to any school she attends.
22. She attends regular training weekends to sharpen her skills.
23. ATTENDING DISTRICT ASSEMBLIES HELD ABROAD
24. The EU Director (or his alternate) attends all these Boards Committees.
25. 6,045 students attended primary schools and 3,719 students attended secondary schools.