Can I say attend instead of pay attention to? for example,
We need to attend that William is always late for work. or
we need to pay attention to the fact that William is always late for work. or
we need to be aware of the fact that William is always late for work.
which sound best? The first one makes no sense.
also, if you see any problem in the following sentnece, can you correct them for me?
Recently an impractical plan has almost ruined our company, so you need to consider carefully whether your proposed plan is practical. It is important that all proposals should be realistic and profitable for the company. I look forward to receiving your changed plan A.S.A.P.
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