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I want to know how to use 'in the mind' and 'on the mind' in British English and American English?
What is in your mind? OR What is on your mind?
Thanks a lot.
What is the meaning of 'in mind' in the following sentence:
1. He already had in mind what he was going to do.
Is it correct to say:
2. Some ideas are on/ in my mind now. (any difference between 'on' and 'in'?
3. Some ideas come to my mind now.