57. It's up to
i) "It's up to you to decide where we go for dinner." (In this case, one person is indicating that the choice of restaurant is in the hands of the person they are speaking to.)
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It's up to you to decide what to do next.
It's up to us to make this project successful.
It's up to the parents to ensure their child's safety.
It's up to the chef to decide the menu for the evening.
It's up to the teacher to grade the papers fairly.
It's up to the coach to motivate the team for the game.
It's up to the jury to decide the verdict in the trial.
It's up to the CEO to steer the company towards success.
It's up to the voters to choose the next government.
It's up to the individual to take responsibility for their actions.