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26 Oct 2017

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What is then difference between
'How about' and 'What about'

Eg,
'I am going to having a dinner, what about you James?'
And
'I am going to having a dinner, how about you James'
------
'Are you busy now? Well, what about tonight.'
And
'Are you busy now? Well, How about tonight.'
------
'What about you? Did you feel better?.'
'How about you? Did you feel better?'

Do these sentence get difference meaning?

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