What does the sentence 'That wording already exists in several forms' mean after you attempt to add a question alternate?
The message 'That wording already exists in several forms' is to tell you "We got that and don't need another with the same wording". Frequently asked questions often have thousands that are nearly exact and all should be merged into one strong question.
The word "attempt" can be either a transitive verb or a noun. It can be spelled the same in either use. The context of the sentence it is used in determines which part of speech it is. The sentence "He made an attempt to run a mile," uses the noun form of the word. If the sentence was written "He attempted to run a mile," then it would be a transitive verb.
Ontario is in two hemispheres, Northern and Western. If you followed instructions and did not attempt to answer your own question, you would have much better results with the Answers.com website. When you write in this box, you cause the computer to send your question to the "already answered" bucket.