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Today's Idiom = "What Are You Up To?"
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What Are You Up To? ( what you have been doing; what are you doing lately ... )

"What Are You Up To?"

The thing you are "up to" is what you have been doing.

Example: "So what have you been up to lately?"

"Up to" can also mean doing something wrong.

Example: "I think those kids are up to something!"

"Up to" can also be a measure of how good something is.

Example: "This is going to be a tough game. Do yo think you are up to it?" Reply: "Absolutely."

If you are "up to it" then you are able to do it.

Example: "We can play another game, if you are up to it." Reply: "Let's do it."

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