I want to ask you, the English native speakers, regarding to a post in my blog which was commented by a visitor:
Before applying for a job, please notice the following requirements: write down your application letter neatly, attach your latest CV, …. the copy of your IDCard and your latest close-up photo, and send to us using well-sealed envelope.
a. to enclose
Here is the comment of a visitor:
I have seen examples of national exams where the English was so wrong that there were no correct options. Even the example included here is a bit strange. We would never use ‘notice’ we would say ‘pay attention to’. And write down is not appropriate in this context, it should be write.
Could you explain me about that "wrong example"? I found that example somewhere on net and I do forgotten the source. Is it possible for you to mark and correct the example (plus the options)? Why 'notice' and 'pay attention' are different, and why 'write down' couldn't fit the context?
Thank you, Khadis