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He has what he gotta do at circuits, so do I here.
I mean, "So do I here" = "I have what I gotta do here. "
I wonder, is there better English sentences for this one? Because I feel mine is not correct.
"For him at circuits, for me here .... " ??? This one is also wrong, right?
Last edited by Masa Kaneda; May 01, 2012 at 11:35 AM.
He has things to take care of/do at the (auto racing) circuit, and so do I over here.
Like he has things to take care of at the (auto racing) circuit, I have things to deal with right here.
You may want to make a full sentence by adding ", and" to your sentence.