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What is the Difference Between "On your mind" and "In your mind"?


Facebook asks you in its status box, "What's on your mind?". What is the exact meaning of it? If I am talking about my current thoughts in this moment, then I should say in my mind.. right!? or Can I also use "On my mind"? If no, then how "On your mind" is different from "In your mind"?

 

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    David Carl 3 years ago

    It is difficult to define some terms without using part of the phrase itself. I can see how difficult it must be to learn the English language.