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    #1

    call/attract/draw your attention

    Hello.

    Do the bolded phrases in the sentence below make sense?

    I would like to call/attract/draw your attention to the issue."

    Thank you.

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    Re: call/attract/draw your attention

    'Attract" is wrong; 'call' is unusual. Only 'draw' is natural.

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    Re: call/attract/draw your attention

    I don't find 'call' unusual.

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