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    notice x tell

    Blind people are able to ________________ when they are being stared at.
    To notice? To tell? Either? Any other verb?

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    Re: notice x tell

    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy View Post
    Blind people are able to ________________ when they are being stared at.
    To notice? To tell? Either? Any other verb?
    They are both OK. I'd use "tell".

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