Student or Learner
I know the prases "give/pay attention to something".
Is it also OK to say:
"You have attention for" / "attention for"? Or can't you use to have as a verb and for as a preposition here?
You can't use the verb to have or you can't say attention for?
I'm just wondering what else works in this context. If have attention for has a different meaning, and you cannot use it in the same context as give/pay attention to, I would like to know what the difference is.
An organisation dealing with for instance the enviroment. So they have attention for the environment. By now, I know this is incorrect.
They pay attention to the environment. They have concern for the environment.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.