Make Up Your Mind – Happy English Idiom Lesson

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When you make up your mind, it means you decide something. You can make up your mind [to do something] or [about something]:

– I made up my mind to go skiing this weekend.
– Did Kenji make up is mind about the car?

I made up my mind about lunch! I’m having pizza! How about you?

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