To pay attention to

to be courteous or attentive to; to wait upon as a lover; to court.

See also: Attention

References in classic literature ?
I wish you to pay attention to what I am going to say to you.
Rosalind was very reassuring on that point, and then said musingly, as if half to herself, "But that hill is dangerous, you know; and young people would do well to pay attention to the danger-board
Messieurs," said he, "let no one of you raise his head as he walks, or appear to pay attention to me; continue walking, we are alone, listen to me.
We had been too absorbed in watching our fate to pay attention to each other.
As he was at last compelled to pay attention to them, his capacity for self-hate was multiplied.
We hope you will continue to pay attention to China in the future, continue to pay attention to bilateral contacts and continue to pay attention to the regional cooperation, especially the process of building the Belt and Road,' he said.
USA], July 5 (ANI): Busting a popular stereotype, a study recently found that periods have no impact on a woman's working memory, decision-making or ability to pay attention to two things at once.
He urged the people to pay attention to proper drainage of water and cleanliness at their homes.
With her finely-detailed drawings and true stories, Beth Surdut, winner of the 2013 Tucson Festival of Books Literary Award for Nonfiction, invites you to pay attention to the spirited critters that crawl, fly, and skitter around your neighborhood.
Dubai Police Rescue team has called on parents to pay attention to their children, and not leave them alone in the car under any circumstance.
Our attention can be drawn to something by its strangeness or novelty, or we can consciously decide to pay attention to it.
Tristan Bekinschtein, from the MRC, said: "Our attention can be drawn to something by its strangeness or novelty, or we can consciously decide to pay attention to it.