TO MIND-2 (REVISION)
TO MIND-2 (REVISION): meaning and examples
Today we will continue looking at the verb to mind (if you don't mind). If you have ever travelled on a train or the underground in England, you have surely heard or seen the expression MIND THE GAP.
Today's meaning of mind as a verb is: to be careful of something. It is used to warn somebody of a possible danger or problem.
This meaning is more common in UK English than US English, and it is usually used in the imperative form.
Mind (that) you don't step in the puddle (charco). (= Be careful you don't step in the puddle.)
Mind your head as you go through the doorway! It's quite low.
Mind you don't break any dishes while you are doing the washing up! They belonged to my grandmother and they are irreplaceable.
I hope you don't mind if we continue this topic in Monday's Daily Vitamin! Tomorrow (Friday) we will be sending the Essential Weekly Vitamin for beginner students.
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