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  1. peteryoung's Avatar

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    what is "it is noted that"?

    It is noted, however, that, in the opinion of the French Government, the refugee problem can be solved only through a more equitable distribution of refugees


    I've come across thousands of cases where a sentence starts with 'it is noted that'? What on earth does that mean? Would anybody please give a little information on that? Thanks a lot

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    Re: what is "it is noted that"?

    Quote Originally Posted by peteryoung
    It is noted, however, that, in the opinion of the French Government, the refugee problem can be solved only through a more equitable distribution of refugees


    I've come across thousands of cases where a sentence starts with 'it is noted that'? What on earth does that mean? Would anybody please give a little information on that? Thanks a lot

    It is noted means to recognize/acknowledge/observe the existence or presence of something.


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    Re: what is "it is noted that"?

    Very helpful. Thank you!

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