Victor Khanin
IT'S UP TO YOU I can't understand the answer to this question. What does it mean? "Do you think I should go and complain to the manager?" - "It's up to you really. It depends how strongly you feel."
Jul 5, 2019 11:14 AM
Answers · 2
By saying ‘it’s up to you’ you are giving that person the choice to decide. For example Emma: I’m really hungry, but I’m not sure if we should eat now or later Emma’s friend: it is up to you, I will eat whenever you want to So in theory, it really means you are giving that person the choice to decide. I hope this makes sense!
July 5, 2019
It's up to you means as you wish
July 5, 2019
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