excuse me, may i ask you something?
1.You're not still moping about Hugh, are you ?
Q1: what dose moping about means here?
2.Ok that's enough play-by-play, I don't want to know what happens next !
3.Are you two up to joining me ?
Q3: Does up to here means willing to do something?
4.I can't believe she actually got him up on his feet.
Q4: got him up on his feet??
thank you so much^^
A1: To "mope about something" is to be very sad about something.Originally Posted by sage
A2: "Play-by-play" or "blow-by-blow" are sports idioms, that mean everything as it happened in great detail.
A3: "Up to" can involve willingness, but it is mostly about being able. "Up for" is more about willingness and preference.
A4: In this case, it sounds like somebody helped another person to stand up.
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