MIND – 4 idioms



Does it ever happen to you that you can’t decide what to prepare for lunch, pasta or some other dish? Or whether you really want to go out for a drink with friends tonight when it’s so tempting to stay home on the sofa in front of the television. It happens, doesn’t it? Well, next time it does, you could easily say that you ARE IN TWO MINDS ABOUT going out. Or you ARE IN TWO MINDS ABOUT what to cook for lunch.

If you follow this blog regularly, you might remember (I hope you do!) the term nosey (or nosy) for someone who is too curious about other people’s private affairs. Fortunately, not everyone is like that because a few of us prefer to MIND OUR OWN BUSINESS. In my case, I MIND MY OWN BUSINESS so much that I’m usually the last one to know about any changes that happen at work.

It’s your turn now. Send in sentences with the other two idioms – SPEAK YOUR MIND and CROSS YOUR MIND – to show that you understand their meaning.

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