Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Participation"

Synonyms of "Participation" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Your participation is not compulsory and Participation is not compulsory ?
A: They mean the same thing, but the first one sounds like it's directly addressing YOU.
The second one is addressed to anyone.

-"You are not forced to participate."

-"Nobody is forced to participate."
Q: What is the difference between Your participation is not compulsory and Participation is not compulsory ?
A: hmm with "your participation is not compulsory" I believe it is being more directed towards one person and with "participation is not compulsory" it means in genral, not addressing anyone in particular. :)

Other questions about "Participation"

Q: Participation in early childhood education and care progragms enable children to build a very fundamental, yet firm learning and social skills. It is possible to state that having solid foundations in the first few years will certainly contribute to a positive educational and social outcomes, and thereby they are more likely to overcome a range of on-going challenges in life does this sound natural?
A: I think it’s academic enough. The important thing is the ideas are good and clear. 🙂

You have two surplus “a”s.

build very fundamental

contribute to positive
Q: Participation fee is 300 yen each. does this sound natural?
A: Just add "the" at the beginning of the sentence :)
Q: Participation to The International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) Self Portrait Exhibition 2014 does this sound natural?
A: "Participation in"
Q: Participation to The International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) Self Portrait Exhibition 2014 does this sound natural?
A: Participation in The

The sentence is incomplete.
Q: Participation fee is 10 turkish liras does this sound natural?
A: *The participation fee

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