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Dear Teachers,

1. He wants to keep you busy so you are off the market.

- What does "you are off the market" mean here?

2. Does "what am I to do?" mean "what do I have to do?"?

3. To get to know her really well, You have to talk to her more often.

- What does "to get to know" mean here?

4. I'm very good to her.

- This means "I treat her well", right?

5. We get along fine except for one thing.

- I think "well" is better than "fine" here, right?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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1. He wants to keep you busy so you are off the market. unavailable (e. g. for competition)

- What does "you are off the market" mean here?

2. Does "what am I to do?" mean "what do I have to do?"? basically, yes

3. To get to know her really well, You have to talk to her more often.

- What does "to get to know" mean here? Become acquainted.

4. I'm very good to her.

- This means "I treat her well", right? Yes.

5. We get along fine except for one thing.

- I think "well" is better than "fine" here, right? Yes.
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Hi,

1. He wants to keep you busy so you are off the market.

- What does "you are off the market" mean here? I don't know. Possibly he wants to prevent you from looking at the 'job market', ie trying to find another job. But, I'm not sure. It's an odd sentence.

2. Does "what am I to do?" mean "what do I have to do?"? What should I do? What choices do I have?

3. To get to know her really well, You have to talk to her more often.

- What does "to get to know" mean here? To become familiar with her, to understand her.

4. I'm very good to her.

- This means "I treat her well", right? Yes

5. We get along fine except for one thing.

- I think "well" is better than "fine" here, right? Both are OK. 'Fine' is very slightly more informal, I think.

Best wishes, Clive