be/have nothing to do with sb/sth
to have no connection or influence with someone or something:
We are nothing to do with the firm which has the offices next door.
In the evening he likes to read books and articles which have/are nothing to do with his work.
Pittsboy wrote:JackFrost wrote:It has nothing to do with (...).
yeah, but in that article Psi-Lord posted on Bush, the guy says the correct is It is nothing to do...
"The war on terror has nothing to do about oil."
Talked about or discussed, please, George, but not discussed about. And you mean the war is nothing to do with oil.
Dminor wrote:Maybe it's the contracted form 'it's [=it has] nothing to do with' that caused confusion and led to 'it is..'? Or the other way round, of course, but that sounds more unlikely to me.
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