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what's on your mind or what's in your mind? I think i only remember people saying the former. Do people say the latter? If so, is there any difference between the two expressions? Thanks a great deal :) yeah, i remember that people would sometimes say "what's in your head," right? :)
Mar 10, 2010 5:49 AM
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NoAgenda, What's on your mind? means "What are you thinking about?" What's on your mind? can also refer to something important you are thinking about which you would like to discuss. What's in your mind? Sure you can use this. English is a flexible language. It would refer to something a little deeper in your thoughts, perhaps an intention. It is similar to... What do you have in mind?
March 10, 2010
Hi... you have to use "what's on your mind?" here.
March 10, 2010
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