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I was wondering, if we want to ask someone their answer on something in this kind of context below:

A: How did you feel after graduating from high school? B: To be honest, I felt nothing. It was not that special. What about you or how about you?

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How about and what about ... Google has them both as: used to make an offer or a suggestion; or to enquire for information. I have heard them both used in this way this last 70 years, so believe you may use either.

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    What is this Google that has expressions? The dictionary that appears top of a Google search when I enter say stenographer ... meaning is Lexico. – Edwin Ashworth Aug 23 at 14:14

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