1. You got me there

Today we are going to learn “You got me there”. It means that you are right especially someone is hiding the truth.
eg:
A: Someone told me that you weren’t at home last night. You went out with Suzy, right?
B: Uh-oh! You got me there.

2. have something to do with

Another phrase is “have something to do with”. It means that those things are relative.
eg:
(1) Nancy’s bad work has something to do with her cold.
(2) You surely have something to do with the accident.

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