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    Have you changed your mind? = Have you changed your opinion?

    Have you changed your mind? = Have you changed your opinion?

    Are both the sentences have the same meaning?

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    Re: Have you changed your mind? = Have you changed your opinion?

    Quote Originally Posted by habjan View Post
    Have you changed your mind? = Have you changed your opinion?

    Do both the sentences have the same meaning?
    No. If I ask the server for tea and when he brings it I tell him I'd prefer coffee, I've changed my mind – not my opinion.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 16-Jan-2014 at 21:47. Reason: minor typo

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