Cevat
My lesson today was “up to” and “up for” Today I have learnt some sentences about up to and up for.

A) Hi there, what’s up? What are you up to?

B) I’m not up to much. I am just reading.

 What are you up for tonight ?

A) I’m not good enough to do this!

B) Oh yes, you are definitely up to (doing) it!

You are good enough to do this

A) Let’s go out tonight!

B) No I feel sick myself. I’m not up to it!

to not feel well enough

A)  what are you up for tonight ?

B)  I don’t care.  It’s up to you .

 It depends on you

Up for 

 I’m not up for that means I don’t want to do that.

 I’m up for that means I want to do that.

 I am not up for going out means I don’t want to go out.

 I am not up to going out means  I don’t feel well enough to go out.

 I hope I’ve learned my lesson well.

Jun 10, 2018 10:14 PM
Comments · 5

Hi, Cevat.

In your example:

A) I’m not good enough to do this!

B) Oh yes, you are definitely up to do it!


I would leave out the "do" in the second sentence so it would read, "Oh yes, you are definitely up to it!"

This sounds more natural to me--at least in American English (on the west coast).

Another option would be, "Oh yes, you are definitely up to doing this!"

June 10, 2018
Oh thanks for your proofreading Bruce.

You are absolutely right.

June 10, 2018
Haha good job my friend it's funny because english is my native language I don't really think about little things like this but yeah I can see why that might have been confusing for sure! Very good reasoning 
June 11, 2018
Thank you cevat ,I benefited from you
So Thank you very  much
June 10, 2018
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June 10, 2018