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what about? How about? What the difference between what about and how about? I would like to know how to use these words. Thank you:)
5 окт. 2016 г., 1:41
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In most cases, you can use either one. There is a slight distinction sometimes, but not an important one. I advise my students to use "how about" when the focus of the question is feelings. It's like an abbreviation of "how do you feel about ...?" Q: Would you like pizza for dinner? A: I prefer something lighter. Q: How about salad? Q: Is David coming for dinner? A: He said he is busy tonight. Q: What about Simon?
5 октября 2016 г.
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