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    Posted by antonio1s (U15409346) on Saturday, 17th November 2012

    Hi experts. In this week's episode 40 of English at Work, at the very beginning there is: Could it have something to do with Rachel, the pen thief or is it just to do with biscuits?! What's the difference between "have to do with" and "is to do with"? Many thanks.

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