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    Re: how about +verb

    Quote Originally Posted by Khosro View Post
    It is not just about being formal or informal. The third sentence has a different meaning. I don't consider it a suggestion, but a threat.
    How about we go to the movies?

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    Re: how about +verb

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    How about we go to the movies?
    Yes, informally. That's just a suggestion, not a threat.

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