how etc about someone or something

how etc about someone or something
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1)

How about a drink? — Ну что, выпьем?

How about calling him John? — А если мы назовем его Джоном?

What about giving me a nice kiss? — Ну а как насчет того, чтобы поцеловать меня?

Well, what about it? Are we going? — Ну что, идем мы или не идем?

What about painting it pink? — Давай покрасим это в розовый цвет, а?

2)

What about your holiday? — Как у тебя насчет отпуска?

What about the election? — Ну как выборы?

And what about our guests? — Ну что вы скажете о наших гостях?

What about it? — Ну и что ты на это скажешь?

3)

How about carrying my bag? — А сумку мою ты не хочешь понести?

How about letting them know? — Ну ты им сказал, я надеюсь?

How about me? — А как же я?

You're the last one to talk about wasting electricity! How about all the times you fall asleep with your bedside lamp on all the night? — Только не тебе говорить об экономии электричества. Ты что, забыл, сколько раз ты засыпал, а лампа у тебя горела всю ночь?

What about your promise? — А как же насчет твоего обещания?

What about that coffee, waiter? — Официант, а где же кофе?

And what about our guests? — А как же наши гости?

What about father? We can't just leave him here — А как же отец? Мы ведь не можем оставить его здесь

What about money to pay for it? — А кто будет расплачиваться, а?

What about the daft things you do yourself? — А ты-то что вытворяешь, забыл?


Новый англо-русский словарь современной разговорной лексики. - М.:«Русский язык-Медиа» . . 2003.

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  • how — [ hau ] function word *** How can be used in the following ways: as an adverb (introducing a direct or indirect question): How do you spell your last name? I don t know how the system works. (introducing an EXCLAMATION): How I hate the winter!… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • how */*/*/ — UK [haʊ] / US adverb, conjunction Summary: How can be used in the following ways: as an adverb (introducing a direct or indirect question): How do you spell your last name? ♦ I don t know how the system works. (introducing an exclamation): How I… …   English dictionary

  • about — 1 preposition 1 on or dealing with a particular subject: a book about politics | She said something about leaving town. | all about (=all the details of a particular subject): Naturally, my mother wanted to know all about it. 2 in many different… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • how — W1S1 [hau] adv, conj [: Old English; Origin: hu] 1.) used to ask or talk about the way in which something happens or is done ▪ How do you spell your name? ▪ How can I help you? ▪ I d like to help in some way, but I m not sure how. ▪ He explained… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • how — 1 /haU/ adverb 1 QUESTIONS a) used to ask about what way or what method you should use to do something, find out about something, go somewhere etc: How do you spell foyer? | How should I dress for this job interview? | How on earth do you manage… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • about — a|bout1 W1S1 [əˈbaut] prep 1.) concerning or relating to a particular subject ▪ a book about politics ▪ She said something about leaving town. ▪ He lied about his age. ▪ About that car of yours. How much are you selling it for? ▪ What s he on… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • something — some|thing W1S1 [ˈsʌmθıŋ] pron 1.) used to mean a particular thing when you do not know its name or do not know exactly what it is →↑anything, everything ↑everything, nothing ↑nothing ▪ There s something in my eye. ▪ Sarah said something about… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • about — a|bout [ ə baut ] function word *** About can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): He told me about your problem. as an adverb (without a following noun): Stop rushing about. followed by an infinitive with to : I… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • about */*/*/ — UK [əˈbaʊt] / US adverb, preposition Summary: About can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): He told me about your problem. as an adverb (without a following noun): Stop rushing about. after the verb to be : Is… …   English dictionary

  • How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life —   …   Wikipedia

  • how — how1 [hou] adv. [ME hwu, hu < OE, akin to OHG hweo (Ger wie), Goth hwai wa < IE interrogative base * kwo , *kwe > WHY, WHO, L quo, Sans kā] 1. in what manner or way; by what means 2. in what state or condition 3. for what reason or… …   English World dictionary


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