how about 定 what about ...
細細個學係 how about..
但係 *(唔知有冇聽錯) 睇電視/電影 又成日聽到人講 what about..
係咪唔同情況用 what / how 咁 ?
- ?Lv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
1) "how about" ---->This is used to make a suggestion.
2) "what about" ---->This is used as a reminder about something. It is like saying "Let's not forget about......".
Additionally, I would say it has more of a suggestive quality to it because it is an interrogative.
If we say, "Let's not forget.....", it sounds more like a command. (Actually, I'd say it is.) It's a negated imperative form. (first person plural) It is a stronger sounding statement.
Tom: How about going to the cinema?
John: What about your exam tomorrow?
John:Oh, don't worry. I'll study after the movie.
I hope that helps. =DSource(s): 自己..... 10 幾年在加拿大生活所得的經驗