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    Question note or noticed?

    How could the different use of "note" and "notice" the drawn, in a simple and understandable way?( 14-year-olds)

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    Re: note or noticed?

    The student noticed his name in the small note.

    I hope this example can help.

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    Re: note or noticed?

    A notice is intended for display for the public, so it would be on a wall or sign, etc. A note is like a bried letter for a person or a restricted group to read.

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