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What does brought to my attention mean?
Definition of bring to someone's attention
: to make someone aware of (something) It has been brought to my attention that the meeting has been canceled. via
When something is brought to your attention?
to make someone aware of something; to mention or show something to someone. I would like to bring this problem to your attention. If there is something I should know about, please bring it to my attention. via
When should I use bought and brought?
'Brought' is the past tense of bring. When you pronounce the word 'brought', listen for the 'r' sound after the 'b'. I brought my guitar along with me. 'Bought' is the past tense of 'buy'. via
How do you say bring to your attention?
What does thank you for bringing this to our attention mean?
: to make someone aware of some problem Thank you for bringing the matter to my attention. via
How do you politely say about your information?
Perhaps one of these might work:
What is difference between bought and brought?
Brought is the past tense and past participle of the verb to bring, which means “to carry someone or something to a place or person.” Bought is the past tense and past participle of the verb to buy, which means “to obtain something by paying money for it.” via
What is the meaning of kind attention?
expression used for catching the attention of an audience. heed v. to pay close attention to (someone or something) bask v. to lie lazily (in the sun): lizards bask on rocks, people bask on beaches. via
Did he bring or brought?
The correct tense in this situation is bring, so you would write or say, "Did you bring your pillow?" "I have not brought" would be correct, because the word "bring" is in the present tense and "brought" is past tense. When you put the word "have" in front of another verb, it implies that you're speaking in past tense. via
What is the meaning of brought forward?
to move to an earlier time or datethe kickoff has been brought forward to 2 p.m. via
Is bring to your attention polite?
It's not a typo; the sentence is correct grammatically. However, your sentence "I am writing to bring your attention to." is not correct grammatically. You can bring something to someone's attention, but you cannot bring someone's attention to something. However, you can call/draw someone's attention to something. via
Is kind attention rude?
Kind Attention, Dr. To be frank, though as it includes the word kind, it looks like a bit of oxymoronic usage with the word attention. In other words, a bit impolite! via
Is draw your attention formal?
It's simply to draw somebody's attention to a specific fact, right? And also, let me draw your attention to the fact that this phrase is somewhat more professional, formal, if you know what I mean. Imagine giving a presentation, or giving a speech, and that's when you would use this phrase. via