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Thread: How and what

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    How and what

    '' You read her new book, didn't you? ( A )''
    ''Very good! You should read it , too.''

    If we put one sentence into (A), which sentence is better,

    1.How did you like it? or
    2.What did you think of it?

    or quite same? Could anyone tell me the difference?

    Thank you.

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    Re: How and what

    They're both fine. the first sugests that the person is likely to have enjoyed it to a degree. You could change 'like' to 'find' to make the question completely open, if you want.

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    Re: How and what

    tdol san
    Thank you every time!


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