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Make Up Your Mind

Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. If people tell you that you need to "make up your mind," what do you think they mean? A: I'd like to go to France to see the Eiffel Tower, or Italy for the awesome food, or maybe Spain for the amazing beaches!
B: Okay!Okay! Make up your mind!
Make up your mind! Make up your mind is a way of saying, "make a decision" or "pick something." It might mean making a choice from two or more things. Some people have trouble making a decision, so others might tell them, "make up your mind!" and pick one. Make up your mind! And that's English in a Minute.
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