A common phrase is "are you up to mischief?” which It means, 'What are you doing?' and is similar to the phrase, 'He's up to something'. Yes.
Example, I'm afraid George is up to one of his old tricks again. A third meaning is: doing something. Example: What are you up to right now?.
Today find out the best ways to respond to small talk questions like “how have you been or it could still mean “What are you doing right now?.
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Which means, 'what are your plans/what are you doing today?' although it sounds more natural to use it when asking someone what he is doing right now.
another way to ask someone, what are you doing? used to inquire what People asking what you are up to makes it look like they are trying to keep tabs on you.
Hi you all.I'm new here I just wonder what should I say when a friend say ''What are you up?'' or ''what are you up too'' Is the last answer or.