What is the difference between "We are decided" and "We decide".

Thanks in Advance.

  • I'm not sure if "We are decided" is even grammatically correct.
    – Bella Swan
    Jul 10, 2019 at 5:33

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We are decided to go to the park means that you have already made the decision (in the past) to go to the park. And now you just go because you already made the decision.

We decide to go to the park means that you are deciding now (in the present) to go to the park.

  • Thx Tomas, It would be great if you could clear me the differences between "We are decided" VS "We have decided"
    – Prasanth
    Jul 10, 2019 at 14:32
  • @Prasanth We have decided means that in the recent past you made a decision. We are decided means that you have a clear goal for something. For example We are decided to go to hell means that you really want to go to hell, you know you want it, you decided for it.
    – user98110
    Jul 10, 2019 at 14:56

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