Change Your Mind – American English Idiom Lesson

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The Idiom to change your mind means reconsider a past decision and to do something different from that. In other words, when you change your mind you decide something differently.

  • I was going to have coffee, but I changed my mind and ordered tea.
  • At first, the boss said he would let me go home early. Then, he changed his mind made me work late!
  • We were going to buy a new car, but we changed our mind and decided to keep the old one a little while longer.

Have you changed your mind recently? Why not leave a comment and let us know!

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