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21st March 2017

It's up to you

We use this expression to say that the other person can decide something.
Usage
Written: 
Yes
Spoken: 
Yes
Formal: 
No
Informal: 
Yes
Example 1
Where shall we go on Friday?
It's up to you. I don't mind.
Example 2
Do you want me to finish late tonight or start early tomorrow?
It's up to you. As long as the work is finished by lunchtime.