LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||25/FEV/2006 9:31 AM|
Interestingly, "mind you" seems to be the only current and commonly
used form of a slew of such old-fashioned terms: "mind me", "mind
your mother", "mind the teacher", etc - generally meaning to do as one
Oh yes, we still use "never mind" (short for 'never you mind') very commonly - meaning: "forget about that" or "don't pay attention to that".
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