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Web developer with a background in marketing, management & writing. BA in English.


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comment Usage of “make up my mind”
Going back to OP's example, the exact phrasing would probably be "I made up my mind to quit smoking" - past tense - since the phrase refers to a past decision not to the process of making decision.
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comment Verb for “piece together clues”?
Welcome to EL&U. Your answer would be more helpful if both explained why those words would be appropriate and linked to sources.
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answered Is “increment” perfectly synonymous with “increase”?