Question: Did You Get Up Too Much Meaning?

How do you reply to up to much?

Another way to interpret the question is meaning is how Able are you to do something.

If you are busy one could say, I’ve got a lot going on, if you don’t have allot going on your answer would be I’m not up to much.

If you are not feeling well or are tired the answer is the same..

What is go to bed?

: to lie down in one’s bed to sleep She usually goes to bed around 11:00.

What is the phrasal verb of get up?

get up to get into a standing position from a sitting, kneeling, or lying position:Please don’t get up!

Does get up mean outfit?

The definition of a get-up is an outfit or costume that a person is wearing, or high energy. An example of a get-up is someone wearing a pirate costume. An example of a get-up is a person who is motivated to do well in order to get promoted.

What have you been up to meaning?

what have you been up to? – it means I haven’t seen you for a long time, so tell me what you have been doing? You can answer anything that kept you busy. E.g: “What have you been up to today?” – , “I was at work until 2:00pm, and then I went to the store to pick up some milk.” Hope this helps :D.

What did you get or got?

“Did I get” is correct . “Did I got” is incorrect because both did and got are in past tense. Get is the principal verb and do is the auxiliary or helping verb. ‘Did’ is the past tense of ‘do’.

What does get up too much mean?

“to get up to” in the sense (this is very informal by the way) means “to do something”. This can be better interpreted as: Do you have much to do on the weekend? (implying if you are free in the weekend).

How do you answer what did you get up to?

3 Answers. “Get up to + something” is a British and informal expression. It just means “do something.” So “What did you get up to” means “What did you do?”

What does you up to much mean?

This is very idiomatic. … is an idiomatic way of saying, basically, ‘What are you doing?’ ‘Are you up to much?’ probably means here ‘Are you doing much?’ ie ‘Are you busy?’

What is the meaning of get up?

English. Phrasal verb. get up (STAND) get up (GROW STRONG)

What are you up to on the weekend?

Now, this phrase, ‘to be up to’ is also used to talk about someone’s free time. For example: “What are you up to this weekend?” is an informal way to ask what someone is doing over the weekend, to ask if they have any plans. So, I think I’ve ended up at the end of the explanation, I hope it has helped.

What are you up to VS What are you doing?

Does “What are you up to?” mean “What are you doing?” Yes, they do mean the same, but they’re not always used in the same way. ‘What are you doing?’ is a simple request for information.