To notice something is to see it, recognize it, or understand it.
- Javier's parents have noticed that his grades in school are improving.
- His teachers noticed that he's paying more attention in class.
- Javier's classmates noticed that his English is getting better.
- People have been noticing that Marie is losing weight.
- Marie's husband hasn't noticed.
- Marie notices that her clothes fit her a little better now than before she lost the weight.
- What do you notice about this website?
- Do you notice anything new?
- Has anyone noticed that the chat room has been very busy lately?
- Notice how much a difference it makes to practice your English every day?
The word "notice" can also be used as a noun:
- When you quit a job, you should give two weeks notice.
- The owner of the factory put his employees on notice that there might be layoffs coming soon.
- A notice was sent to tenants of the apartment building that their rents were going to increase.
- You should take notice of changes in interest rates if you are an investor.
Notices are posted onto a bulletin board.
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Date of publication: October 17, 2016