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Changing Your Tune ( what you do or say now is different from before ... )

"Changing Your Tune"



When the story that you are telling people has changed, you have changed your tune.

Example: "She always said she would never get married, but now she's the one getting married." Reply: "She has changed her tune."



Your belief has changed, so you are talking or acting differently, when you have changed your tune.

Example: "I thought you said that driving your car in traffic does not bother you?" Reply: "Well, I am changing my tune."



You change your tune when what you do or say now is different from before.

Example: "My father was very critical of people using cell phones, but now he has changed his tune."





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