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What is the difference between ‘pay attention to something’ ，‘focus on something’ and concentrate on something'?
What is the difference between those phrasal verbs？
1，pay attention to: to listen to, watch, or consider something or someone very carefully
2，concentrate on :to give all your attention to the thing you are doing
3，focus on: to concentrate on something and pay particular attention to it
4，keep one's mind on: to concentrate on someone or something.
I have checked the meaning of them, I think they are the same and can be used interchangeably when referring to give your attention to something.
the only difference is that ‘pay attention to’ is a little weaker in this meaning. Is that right?