what's it about washing dishes that you don’t like? What is the difference between "what's it about washing dishes that you don’t like?" and "Why don't you like washing dishes ?"
Jul 28, 2014 12:57 AM
Answers · 1
They are asking the same thing, but the first is asking the person to give a specific thing they don't like about it; the second is just asking in general why they don't like it. To me, the second sentence sounds more like the person is trying to annoy the other person because it makes it sound like they think the person should like washing dishes.
July 28, 2014
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