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Is the use of "what about you" correct in this case please?
A says to B: My favourite film is "fast and furious", what about you?
A says to B: My best work experience was in KKK, what about you?
A says to B: I like people who are straightforward, what about you?
Thanks a lot for your help
You can say "How about you?" to mean "What about you?"
1 used when asking for information about somebody/something
How about Ruth? Have you heard from her?
I'm having fish. What about you?
2 used to make a suggestion
How about going for a walk?
(especially North American English) How about we go for a walk?
What about a break?
"how about" or "what about"?
"how about" vs. "what about"
How about / What about
how about you / what about you
How about you vs What about you
How about/ What about
How/What (do you think) about
How/What about you?
What about.../How about...? *
what about/how about