How do we answer it?“Oh not much”“Not too much”“Not a whole lot”
Essentially, what are you up to is just another way to ask “what are you doing?” Now, this can be interpreted many ways, such as what are you doing now, what have you been doing today, or what do you plan on doing later today.
So "What did you get up to" means "What did you do?" Perhaps your friend wanted to ask you about how you spent your free time and also implied about the rest of it. "What did you get up to?" is asking what you've been doing, in the past. "What are you doing tonight?" is asking what you will be doing, in the future.
Another similar question is "What are you up to (these days)?" which basically means, "What have you been doing lately?" See a translation.
“What are you up to?” is the right way to use this idiom. “Too” is incorrect because it refers to “as well” or “additionally,” while “to” refers to a sequence of space and is therefore correct. English speakers frequently use this idiom to ask what someone is doing.
If you want to stop “Maybe” from appearing next to a contact's name on your iPhone lock screen, go to Settings -> Siri and turn off the switch next to Suggestions on Lock Screen.
About This ArticleOpen the Messages app.Tap the three-dot icon on the top-right.Tap Settings.Scroll down and tap Advanced.Switch Auto-download MMS to Off.Nov 30, 2020