What's the difference between them. "What are you up to tomorrow? " and "What are you doing tomorrow?" What's the difference? also which is more common use? If I want to ask my friends for hanging out and don't know they are free or not. How can I say? How can I ask them?? I want to know some phrase. Thank you :)
Aug 12, 2018 2:54 AM
Answers · 2
No difference in my opinion. But i would agree that "what are you up tomorrow" is a bit more friendly and also quite a fluent/natural phrase.
August 12, 2018
Hello! If they are your friends, using 'what are you up to tomorrow' is a friendly way to ask them! They also have the chance to say they are busy tomorrow without causing you distress ( they could down a direct invitation). It can also help your friend feel good--you want to know what is going on in their life! 'What are you doing tomorrow' is more direct, so if you feel like being direct (like asking them to a movie) you can use this instead. But, I think the first option is much more friendly. Hope it helps :)
August 12, 2018
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