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    Default miss

    At what level would the following text be taught at?

    been working

    needn't have

    I wish I didn't

    put me up

    It's up to you

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: miss

    What do you think first?

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    Default Re: miss

    what is the meaning of " It's up to you" please?

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    This means that it depends on you whether you accept to do something or not

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