IDIOM OF THE DAY: versions of “feel up to it” or “feel up for it”

Using the phrase “up to it” or “up for it” can be used to express whether or not you want to do something.

Examples:

A: “I want to talk about our finances tonight. Do you feel up to it?”

B: “No, I’ve had a really rough day. I just don’t feel up for that.”

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A: “Do you feel up for going to the movies tonight?”

B: “Yes, I’d be up for that.”

Now you try using this expression with your friends!! Are you UP FOR THAT??