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  1. NortT's Avatar
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    Mind the coats.

    Hello. What does the phrase "mind the coats" mean? Is it something like "chose any coats you like"?
    Please, show me every single one of my mistakes. Thank you.

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    Re: Mind the coats.

    No. I would say "take care of" or "take charge of" the coats.

    In your last phrase "chose" should be "choose".

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