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In this Youtube video, there's a following phrase:

... but are you everywhere you should be.

Suppose the caption is correct, I don't quite really get the meaning and also the grammar pattern being using here. Could you please help to set light on this?

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    It's an interrogative, a yes-no question. It means something like "Are you reaching all the customers you could be?"
    – ishtar
    Commented Jun 27 at 7:48
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    "Are you [selling] in every place that you could find customers?" NB You mean "Can you throw some light on this?" To set light to something is to make it catch fire! Commented Jun 27 at 8:23
  • Ohm, that's right, I was misled by the context coming before this sentence.
    – Kt Student
    Commented Jul 2 at 6:29

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