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    Question Please help me with these words

    please help me how to use and when to use the words like
    "how about" and "what about" in a sentence.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyy View Post
    please help me how to use and when to use the words like
    "how about" and "what about" in a sentence.
    Use "how about" to make a suggestion. Use "what about" to remind someone of something.

    How about getting a pizza? I'm hungry.
    How about taking a walk to the park? It's nice out.

    What about Paul? Let's give him a call to see if he wants to go.

    Do you know anyone who can recommend an accountant?
    What about Cheryl? She might be able to recommend someone.


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