It’s up to you.

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Notice the pronunciation of the “t” in “its”, with a stop way down where you make a /h/ sound. This is easier. Notice also the weak vowel /ə/ in “to”.

This phrase means “It’s your choice”, or possibly, “It’s your responsibility”.

“Where shall we go tonight?”
“It’s up to you.”

“It’s up to you to get the job done.”

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