mark my words
This page is about the conversational phrase mark my words
You can say this if you want someone to listen carefully, esp. if you're warning them or predicting the future.
- The Pope said, "If we don't reduce carbon emissions now, we're facing disaster - mark my words."
- "Unless something's done to bridge the gap between rich and poor, a new revolution's possible - mark my words."
If someone says "mark my words", they want you to
Contributor: Matt Errey