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What did you get meaning?

Add a comment | Up vote 2. “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. They don’t mean the same thing.

What did you get up answer?

It just means “do something.” 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.

How did you spend your day answer?

As I’m in my home,I will get a lot of free time. I will try my best to spend the free time for doing different creative and productive things. I will try to read books of different genre to increase my knowledge about different topics. I will also try to do something about my hobbies,like painting and gardening.

How was your day so far answer?

Just answer the question the same way you’d answer it to a friend. “Pretty good, hbu?” is a fine response. “How’s your day going?”

How do you use these days?

“These days” just means presently, at the present time, now, etc. It is used as a contrast to a discussion of things in the past.

How do you write now a days?

There’s only one way to spell nowadays—as one word. Even though this adverb evolved from the Middle English now adays, spelling it as more than one word today is a mistake. You shouldn’t write it as now a days, nowdays, nowaday, or any other spelling: You can’t buy spirits if you’re a minor now a days .

Are these days correct?

“these days” is correct; “this days” is wrong. The demonstrative determiner “this” has a singular form “this” and a plural form “these”, and its plurality must match that of the noun that follows it. “days” is a plural noun. These for plural noun, and days is the plural form of day.

Which tense is used with these days?

We use nowadays, these days or today as adverbs meaning ‘at the present time, in comparison with the past. ‘ So, the sentences must be in the present tense: The price of gas is on the rise (increasing). The price of gas is higher these days.