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    #1

    to do with

    I have two questions



    I would like to know why something is omitted.
    1. It has to do with money. = It has something to do with money.


    I would like to know the difference between "what(1)" and "what(2)".
    1. What's your name?
    2. What does age have to do with learning?

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    Re: to do with

    1. has something to do is a set phrase: omit something and the phrase's meaning stays the same.

    2a. Subject
    Max is your name.
    What is your name?
    2b. Object
    Age has something to do with learning.
    What does age have to do with learning?

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