unwis_virvatuli (unwis_virvatuli) wrote in linguaphiles,
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make up your mind vs. decide

Is there any difference between the phrases 'So, make up your min, yes or no?' and 'So, decide, yes or no?' and which of them is better if an immediate, vital and difficult decision is needed and the person who has to make a decision is hesitating. And which of these will sound more dramatic?
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