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.
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.
(1) Nancy’s bad work has something to do with her cold.
(2) You surely have something to do with the accident.