021 has something to do with 跟有關係
句型 - 1： be / has / have something to do with Sb or Sth
句型 - 2： be / has / have nothing to do with Sb or Sth
(something, nothing, little, a lot, a bit, a great deal, much more, less)
1. 警察認為Maurice Coleman跟這件謀殺案有很大關聯。
The police think Maurice Coleman has something/a lot to do with the murder case.
His failure has something to do with his addiction to gambling.
His failure has much more to do with his addiction to playing computer games than to fool with his friends.
The weather has always had a great deal to do with global warming since the Industrial Revolution.
We assure the police that Benjamin has absolutely nothing to do with the stolen jewelry.
Do you thing students' increasingly poor vision has just a bit to do with using their smart phones?
Your answer has nothing to do with the question I asked.
Your answer has no relation to the question.
The fortune teller said to Emily that there was something to do with her luck.