"What do you have me do?" or perhaps "What do you have me to do?" Which one is correct and could you please anyone tell me the meaning of the phrase? Thanks
I agree with the tendency of the many comments to your question.
Userr2684291 directs our attention to a scene in which Elizabeth I says the line "What would you have me do?"
As I read that scene, Elizabeth means to ask "What would you like me to do?" But her implication is rhetorical. She means that if you consider that question, "What would you have me do," you will realize that the proposed answer ("Cut out" half the people of England) is obviously a bad answer; and therefore Elizabeth has no real alternative to the plan she favors.