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Expression: 'To make up one's mind'



 
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Expression: 'To make up one's mind' #1 (permalink) Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:24 am   Expression: 'To make up one's mind'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #711 "Real Life: Making Decisions", question 8

Sara can't make up her ......... right now. On one hand, she could make a lot of money if she goes through with the deal. However, if she does, she may lose a good friendship.

(a) mind
(b) thoughts
(c) decision
(d) consideration

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #711 "Real Life: Making Decisions", answer 8

Sara can't make up her mind right now. On one hand, she could make a lot of money if she goes through with the deal. However, if she does, she may lose a good friendship.

Correct answer: (a) mind
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Expression: 'To make up one's mind' #2 (permalink) Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:47 am   Expression: 'To make up one's mind'
 

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'To make up one's mind' = to decide..
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