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    Live up?

    Hi,



    Can you say: "Your drawing is amazing, I hope i can live up to do that" (like do as good as him/her)

    Thanks

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    Re: Live up?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    Hi,



    Can you say: "Your drawing is amazing, I hope i can live up to do that" (like do as good as him/her)

    Thanks
    No.

    live to up something means to justify expectations of you or fulfill your promise

    Thank you for saying that I'll be able to draw as well as you by the end of this class. I hope I can live up to that.
    I promised I'll learn to draw as well you as. I hope I can live up to that.

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