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You can't be right! | What does this phrasal verb mean: 'take off'? Is it an idiom?
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What are you up to? #1 (permalink) Mon Mar 21, 2005 16:14 pm   What are you up to?
 

Test No. express/advan-7 "Prepositions", question 1

What are you up to?

(a) trying now
(b) doing now
(c) achieving now
(d) starting now

Test No. express/advan-7 "Prepositions", answer 1

What are you doing now?

Correct answer: (b) doing now
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What are you up to? #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 21, 2005 16:23 pm   What are you up to?
 

What are you up to = What are you doing now.

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