Which is correct between up for and up to? Who's up for chicken? Who's up to chicken? Are you up for chicken? Are you up to chicken? I'm not up for chicken. I'm not up to chicken. ........ Feel free to point out my errors.
Aug 16, 2014 1:15 PM
Answers · 5
They're slightly different. "Up for" is asking about willingness or desire, while "up to" is asking about health or ability. I'm too tired to cook. Are you up for take-out? I know you twisted your ankle last week. Are you up to a walk around the block?
August 16, 2014
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