Expressions with 'mind'
FCE Result SB p125
Terms in this set (12)
mind your own business
to think about your own affairs and not ask questions about or try to get involved in other people's lives
For example: 'What are you reading?' '_________!'
I was just sitting there, ________, when a man started shouting at me.
Do you mind if...
used to ask permission to do sth
For example: ________ I open the window?
I don't mind
+ noun / -ing
to not care or not be concerned about something
For example: 'Would you like tea or coffee?' '________ —either's fine.'
change your mind
to change a decision or an opinion
For example: Nothing will make me ______.
make up your mind
to decide something
For example: They're both beautiful—I can't ________ my _____.
Have you ____________s where to go for your honeymoon?
mind your head
Be careful! You're going to hit your head!
spring to mind
if something ______s ________, you suddenly remember or think of it
For exaqmple: When discussing influential modern artists, three names immediately ___________.
take your mind off something
to make you forget about something unpleasant for a short time
For example: Painting helped ______________ her troubles.
be bored out of your mind
to be extremely bored
For example: When I'm __________, I always end up on YouTube.
be in two minds about something
+ noun / -ing
to be unable to decide what you think about somebody/something, or whether to do something or not
For example: I was _______________ the book (= I didn't know if I liked it or not).
She's ________ accepting his invitation.
bear something in mind
to remember somebody/something; to remember or consider that...
When you speak to Lee, _________ he's still pretty upset about what happened.
Would you mind...
used to ask somebody in a polite way to do something
For example: ________ explaining that again, please?
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