[Grammar] it's to do with

kadioguy

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In the CALD, it says:

to do with
​connected with

"Why did you want to talk to me?"
"Well, it's to do with a complaint that's been made about your work."
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Do it refer to 'it is to do with...' or 'it has to do with...'?
Or are both acceptable?
 

Rover_KE

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They are both acceptable.
 

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American English prefers it hasor has got to do with.
 
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