Harry
What does "What you do" mean? What you do is be that type of person, the type of person who does not pay to fix a scratch in car she didn't cause What does "What you do" mean? Can i understand "What you do" like what you have to do?
Jul 25, 2014 3:14 PM
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"What do I do?" "What you do, is be that type of person, the type of person who does not pay to fix a scratch in car she didn't cause." In this example that you gave, that sentence has to be an answer to a question like that. The person answering is just responding with part of the question. But yes, they are giving advice, so it means something like "you should...".
July 25, 2014
Yes, I think you are right too, Terry. It's one person giving advice to another, telling her how she should behave.
July 25, 2014
I think you are correct, it's something like "what you have to do" or "what you should/ought to do".
July 25, 2014
If there it was following something like this : "Be careful for" that would make sense
July 25, 2014
Where is this example from? It does not seem to be written in accurate English.
July 25, 2014
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