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    #1

    That's it/That's that

    As far as I know they are not interchangable. But somehow I don't see a great difference between:

    It's no use arguing. She's made up her mind and that's that.
    It's no use arguing. She's made up her mind and that's it.

    How would you explain the diference?

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    Re: That's it/That's that

    Quote Originally Posted by Kotfor View Post
    As far as I know they are not interchangable. But somehow I don't see a great difference between:

    It's no use arguing. She's made up her mind and that's that.
    It's no use arguing. She's made up her mind and that's it.

    How would you explain the difference?
    There is no difference in meaning. The first one is more usual/natural, but you will hear both.

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