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    Hi,

    Someone said "It is upto you"

    To reply this can I use "It is upto me only" or "It is only upto me"

    Which is correct, or is there any other way to say this.

    Thanks

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    Re: Help

    Quote Originally Posted by vishalinit View Post
    Hi,

    Someone said "It is up to you" use a space between up and to
    To reply this can I use "It is up to me only" or "It is only up to me"

    Which is correct, or is there any other way to say this.

    Thanks
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    Maybe just, Yes, it is.

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    Re: Help

    I am not a teacher.

    If your answer was a question, it would make more sense to me: Is it up to me alone? "Only" does not work. As a statement: It is up to me alone.

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    #4

    Re: Help

    What about "it is just up to me."?

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    Re: Help

    Hi,

    My answer was not a question , I just wanted to say it is just up to me alone (not using only now :)) .

    Thanks

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    Re: Help

    Quote Originally Posted by vishalinit View Post
    Hi,

    Someone said "It is up to you"

    To reply this can I use "It is up to me only" or "It is only up to me"

    Which is correct, or is there any other way to say this.
    Hi... I first wanted to make sure that you noticed that "up to" is two words.

    In response to your original question, in order to emphasize that you are alone, you can use this construction:
    - It is up to only me.

    This is often used for emphasis, such as in the song or movies Only You.

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