I'm not a teacher.
There are a few words concerning the matter in question.
look for = 1. Search for; also, seek out. For example, “A search party was sent to look for the lost fliers”, or “Those kids are just looking for trouble.”
2. Expect, anticipate, as in Look for a change of weather in March.look out = be careful, be watchful
look out for = see to the welfare of, as in “Mary was assigned to look out for the youngsters on the playground.”
draw s.o.’s attention = attract s.o.’s attention = arrest s.o.’s attention
With Mr. Obama drawing so much early attention for his opposition to the Iraq war
…I would like to draw the author’s attention to the fact that his
.. because we don’t like to draw attention to ourselves,
Funny, too, how reading the books in this way can also draw the reader’s
too much = being excessive or unreasonable
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