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A: I just want you to answer the question. Well, do you remember?
B: No, I don’t.
A: C, what about you?

Can I use "How about you?" instead of "What about you?"?
In this situation, A is asking them if they remember what they did.
(I found this line used in an anime.)

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A: I just want you to answer the question. Well, do you remember?
B: No, I don’t.
A: C, what about you?
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Can I use "How about you?" instead of "What about you?"?
In this situation, A is asking them if they remember what they did.
(I found this line used in an anime.)
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