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    puzzled about this phrase

    I am not sure whether ot say "make up our mind" or "make up our minds" when I want to express the meaning of "decide". Thanks!

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    Re: puzzled about this phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by chinatown
    I am not sure whether ot say "make up our mind" or "make up our minds" when I want to express the meaning of "decide". Thanks!
    You'll hear it both ways. In my opinion, if there are two or more people, we should use "minds". Each person has his own.

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