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    #1

    pay attention to DOING?

    Dear Professors,

    I would be grateful if any of you wrote me in which form I need to use the verb after 'pay attention to'. Is it pay attention to DOING sth?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: pay attention to DOING?

    Welcome to the board, aphi.

    Yes - you are right.

    As far as I know, none of us is a professor, so just miss out the 'Dear xxx' and go ahead and ask your question.

    Rover

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