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    been up to.

    What do you really mean by "where you have been up to'? even correct me if the sentence is in the other form.

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    Re: been up to.

    Quote Originally Posted by mahesh877 View Post
    What do you really mean by "where you have been up to'? even correct me if the sentence is in the other form.
    I am familiar with 'What have you been up to?'

    not

    'where ...'

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    Re: been up to.

    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad View Post
    I am familiar with 'What have you been up to?'

    not

    'where ...'

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    Thanks, In what context people use this?


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    #4

    Re: been up to.

    It means 'What have you been doing?'


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