Grab (someone’s) attention

Do you know the English expression “to grab (someone’s) attention“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Andrew: What do you think of my presentation?

Jeremy: I think it’s OK. I’m not sure about the opening though. It doesn’t grab people’s attention. Could you make it more interesting?

Does it mean:

a) grab someone physically

b) attend to someone

c) turn off (someone’s) attention

d) attract (someone’s) attention

The answer is below!

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Answer: d) attract (someone’s) attention

 

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