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  • Hey guys, it's Shane from English Understood here.

  • What have you been up to lately? What have you been up to lately?

  • Huh?!

  • What did you say, Shane?

  • I said, 'What have you been up to lately?'

  • This is how native speakers say it really quickly.

  • Wodduyuhbinuptolately?

  • First, let's talk about what this question means.

  • 'What have you been up to lately' means what activities have you done recently?

  • And 'recently' means not long ago.

  • So maybe one week ago, one month ago.

  • But probably not longer than three months ago.

  • Some common answers could be 'Not much, you?'

  • 'Not much, you?'

  • Or, 'I've just been working really hard. What about you?'

  • 'I've just been working really hard. What about you?'

  • 'Nothing exciting, I just got back from a holiday last week.'

  • 'Oh, nothing exciting, I just got back from a holiday last week.'

  • So, now you know what to say if someone says to you, 'Wodduyuhbinuptolately?'

  • 'Wodduyuhbinuptolately?'

Hey guys, it's Shane from English Understood here.

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How To Answer 'WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN UP TO LATELY' (Common English Questions/Phrases And Answers)

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