What does “what you up to” mean? Is this phrase correct? When do you use this phrase, and how would you answer it? Your answer would help a lot in my English studies. Thank you.
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The correct sentence would be “What are you up to?” and it’s used to ask someone what they’re doing/ plan on doing.
It can be used to ask about your immediate present or a period of time near the present.
“What are you up to?”
-“Nothing much, just watching Netflix.”
“What are you up to these days?”
-“I became a realtor just recently, so I’m looking for houses to sell.”
Although, it can also be used when suspecting someone is doing something odd or that “They’re up to something.”
You can definitely use “What you up to?” with friends or informal conversations (usually just in text)
It’s basically another term you can use instead of “What are you doing?” and you can answer them the same.
Hope this helped.