Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

in two minds

in two minds
1) unable to decide about something
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    • I'm in two minds about whether I should take the job
  • Analysis
    To be into minds about something means to be unable to make a decision between two things or on a course of action. This is an idiomatic expression used in both social and professional contexts.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. I'm in two minds about whether to go to the pub tonight. It would be nice to see my friends, but I'm conscious of the fact that I have an early start tomorrow.
    2. I'm in two minds about whether to take the job or not. The salary is good, but I don't think i would enjoy the work.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. After your poor performances recently, I'm in two minds about whether I should keep you on. It's time you got your act together! 
    2. Lisa was in two minds about whether she should hire the candidate. He really impressed her in the interview, but he has very little experience.
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